San Francisco Giants Stadium Food Guide | Best Food at Oracle Park

The San Francisco Giants play their home games at the beautiful Oracle Park, which is formerly known as AT&T Park. While the aesthetics of playing their games on The Bay can’t be topped, fans have even more reason to make it out to Giants games this year: the excellent array of food that’s available in the stadium that ranges far beyond the standard hot dogs and Cracker Jacks. One question that plenty of Giants fans always have is what is there to eat at Oracle Park?

Read below in order to find out about the best food at Oracle Park. In the meantime, if you’re looking for general seating information on the stadium, be sure to check out our detailed San Francisco Giants Seating Chart.

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The Best Food at Oracle Park

The fries from famous Gilroy Garlic Fries are a staple at Oracle Park and have been for years. You can find them pretty much all throughout the ballpark at any one of their 10 locations, and while the lines should always be long, they move plenty fast enough for you to get your snack and head back to your seat.

 

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The variety of cheesesteaks from Outta Here Cheesesteaks in center field, which include classic Philly, Chicken, and NorCal Veggie, and are all excellent offers for any taste. New this year at this vendor are the Philly cheesesteak nachos.

Ballpark staple McCovey’s BBQ in Section 110 is a ballpark staple that offers barbecue platters, sides, and sandwiches for fans of smoked offerings. Ribs and chicken platters are also on the menu at this purveyor.

Local Favorite Food at Oracle Park

Head to Mission Street Taqueria at Section 130 or 233 for the Mission District’s famously massive burritos, as well as tacos and helmet nachos, which are always an excellent choice for any fans craving some authentic Mexican food.

The Dungeness Crab sandwich (a locally famous delicacy in the Bay that’s pictured below) from Crazy Crab’z is fresh crab on grilled sourdough bread, and is the source of plenty of long lines at Oracle. Don’t sleep on their clam chowder in a bread bowl, and other delectable seafood items are available at their locations in the Sierra Nevada Pale Ale Plaza, the Cove on the Alaska Airlines Club Level, and the Blue Shield Field Club at the Wine Bar.

 

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New Food at Oracle Park

Grab a delicious burger from local favorite Super Duper Burgers in Section 136, or you could go with one of their organic shakes, if you’re so inclined.

 

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Cinnamon sugar nachos with house-made caramel sauce from the Snack Stand at the Alaskan Airlines Club Level are one of the best new items for 2019, particularly those who have a sweet tooth.

The Best Dessert at Oracle Park

CREAM (Cookies Rule Everything Around Me) Ice Cream Sandwiches from their four carts between Sections 128 and 130 on the Promenade level are fantastic. They even let you substitute cookies for brownies, if that’s more of your thing.

DOUGHp Cookie Dough is serving up some heavenly edible cookie dough in waffle cones (or cups), with plenty of excellent flavors available. Find this location under the Coke bottle in center field.

 

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Head to Stormin’ Norman’s for their fry bread topped with your option of cinnamon, honey, powdered sugar, and more.

Healthy & Vegetarian Food Options at Oracle Park

If you skipped breakfast (or dessert) before heading to a Giants game, grab one of Organic Coup’s delicious Acai Bowls or other items from their large menu of chicken wraps and sandwiches, among other things, from their location in Section 133.

 

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Find highly-popular Impossible Burgers at the John J. McGraw Derby Grill on the Promenade level.

You can pick and try plenty of fresh fruits and veggies from The Garden at Oracle Park, located behind the center field wall, under the scoreboard. They also serve up smoothies, and gluten-free  flatbreads using their fresh produce during the season.

Where to Drink at Oracle Park

The View Level in the upper deck of the ballpark offers some solid areas to enjoy a beverage or two, including the Corona Beach Bar, which is a shipping container bar serving Coronas and nachos, and Vintage 58 Wine Bar, which has local wines on tap and pairs them with fruit and cheese or charcuterie platters can be found at Sections 118 and 324.

Can I Bring Food or Drinks into Oracle Park?

A little-known-secret at Oracle Park is that they have a no questions asked outside food policy for those fans who may be looking to save a buck by bringing in their own eats to the game. This policy does not apply to bringing in any alcoholic drinks or non-alcoholic beverages that aren’t in a sealed plastic bottle.

Can I Bring Bags, Containers, or Coolers into Oracle Park?

No bags or items larger than 16″ x 16″ x 8″ will be permitted inside of Oracle Park, nor will any hard-sided coolers or glass containers.

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