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Grab some Grub
San Francisco is known internationally as a culinary capital with its amazing array of restaurants, and AT&T Park reflects that with concessions that must be the most diverse and delicious in baseball. There is the standard hot dog, of course … not bad, but just a hot dog after all. If you’re looking for something a little more interesting and flavorful, head to Orlando’s Caribbean BBQ (named for ex-Giant Orlando Cepeda) for the Cha Cha Bowl, a combination of rice, black beans, jerk chicken and pineapple-zucchini salsa. It’s about $9 but an entire meal in one, and worth it.
Other local favorites include chowder in a sourdough bowl, seafood, Chinese food and the Gilroy Garlic Fries. They’re so named because of Gilroy, California, the ‘Garlic Capital of the World,’ and fans start lining up before opening pitch for these delicious fries; there are several stands so don’t be discouraged (try the left-field lower concourse). If you’re looking for something zestier than a hot dog, the Willie Mays Sausages stands offer bratwurst, Italian sausages and Louisiana hot links. There is also pizza, Mexican food and the garlic chicken sandwich at the Stinking Rose Restaurant stands. As a capper there are Ghirardelli stands selling hot fudge sundaes and other chocolate treats, and Tully’s Coffee stands. So, come ready to see some baseball, and bring your appetite.