Plan Your Trip to AT&T Park

AT&T Park

Capacity: 41,915     Opened: 2000


When the lights go down in the City
And the sun shines on the bay
Do I want to be there in AT&T Park
watching the Giants play. … maybe we’ll leave the song writing to Journey, but you get the picture.


What makes this stadium unique?

AT&T Park sits on the water and offers fans a picturesque view of the bay and marina. The ballpark is most known for the McCovey Cove behind right field. On most game days the cove is packed with fans in kayaks trying to score a “Splash Hit.” For those without game day tickets there is a promenade where fans can watch up to three innings through the right field fence. Statues of Willie Mays and Juan Marichal guard the King St. Clock Towers at the home plate entrance. A statue of Willie McCovey graces the China Basin Park and Giants’ history walk. It’s hard to miss the giant glove and 80 foot tall Coke Bottle behind left field. The Coke Bottle doubles as a slide for fans of all ages to enjoy and lights up following Giants’ home runs and wins. Joining in on these celebrations are the four pillar salute in right field and the fog horn from the Giants former home, Candlestick Park.


Dining and Nightlife

  1. Public House

    Public House

    24 Willie Mays Plaza
    San Francisco, CA


    Public House a sports bar located directly next to the park, making it easy to stroll on over before or after the game.
  2. Pete’s Tavern

    Pete’s Tavern

    128 King Street
    San Francisco, CA


    Pete’s is a sports bar with an attitude. Come hungry for grass-fed burgers and full bar.
  3. Little Skillet

    Little Skillet

    360 Ritch Street
    San Francisco, CA


    Take the time to walk a block to the Little Skillet, and prepare to fall in love. The best chicken and waffles can be found here.
  4. Brick House Café

    Brick House Café

    426 Brannan Street
    San Francisco, CA


    If quiet and casual is preferred, head to Brick House Café, located a block away from the stadium.
  5. Mijita


    1 Ferry Building
    San Francisco, CA


    Located on the bay, Mijita serves gourmet Mexican dishes and classic Mexican street foods.


Weekend for Two*
The Opal – San Francisco (2 Nights) $228
Tickets (2 View Reserve Tickets) $10
Breakfast Complimentary at hotel
Friday Dinner (Pete’s Tavern: Rusty’s Ty Cobb Salad, Pot Roast, 2 Glasses of Wine)
Saturday Lunch (Little Skillet: 2 Piece Chicken & Waffles, 2 Piece Chicken Box, 2 Sodas)
Saturday Dinner (The Brickhouse Café: Soma Burger, Hawaiian Burger, 2 Beers)
Pre-game (4 Drinks)



1 Day Passports (14) $28
Total $413

*Prices may differ depending on time of travel. All restaurant and bar prices include tax and a 20% tip.



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