|Nelson @ATTParkSF @LoveGhirardelli: Stunningly beautiful ballpark, but this blog isn't reviewing ballparks, it's reviewing food. So how is the food? I went on two separate days to watch the @BlueJays play here. On the second day I got my typical photo of food in foreground and park in background. This is from "California Cookout", a San Francisco Cheeseburger. What makes it unique to San Francisco? Nothing as far as I could tell. It was decent though and filled me up, but I was hoping for something more unique.|
|Garlic Fries! Glad to see other stadiums also gouge their patrons as these cost $8.50. It doesn't look like it has much garlic, but it was very strong. Raw garlic is spicy. And Delicious!|
|All Beef Colossal Dog for $7.y5 with kraut. I was expecting a bit bigger. Nothing too special here.|
Finally we find something unique to AT&T Park. As you may know, Ghirardelli chocolate is from San Francisco and they have someone with a backpack dispensing hot chocolate. San Francisco, especially right by the water, can get really chilly. I was wearing 7 layers that night and it got really cold, so as soon as I saw this, I knew I had to buy it. It was so cold that the hot chocolate seemed to cool down almost instantly. But it was still delicious, especially with all that cream on top. What a great idea and I got my wish to have a uniquely San Francisco ballpark experience. Also, AT&T Park is absolutely beautiful.
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