San Francisco Giants Game Day: Bars and Restaurants

Sure, the garlic fries and Sierra Nevada at AT&T Park are a solid 50 percent of why so many San Francisco Giants fans regularly attend games, but they can also take a toll on your bank account by mid-season. Here, we give you some options for pre-game drinking (i.e. beer that's less than $9) and eating (a burger you can split with friends) that are only steps away from the ballpark.

Updated: June 03, 2010

San Francisco Giants Game Day: Restaurants and Bars

AT&T Park

24 Willie Mays Plz, San Francisco, CA 94107

Opened in 1999, this is one MLB's newest and most state-of-the-art ballparks. Even if you're not a fan of the San Francisco Giants (or any baseball team), you'll definitely be a fan of the sweeping bay views.

Restaurants and Bars Near AT&T Park

21st Amendment

563 Second St, San Francisco, CA 94107

Fill the tank with affordable craft beer in cans on the sidewalk patio at this brewpub before heading over to see the San Francisco Giants play--or come even earlier for some solid comfort food in the restaurant.

Paragon Restaurant & Bar San Francisco

701 Second St, San Francisco, CA 94107

San Francisco Giants fans pack the house on game days at this upscale American brasserie located just two blocks from the ballpark.


760 Second St, San Francisco, CA 94107

Located directly across from the A&T Park, this New American restaurant's huge front patio is packed with Giants fans sipping beer or waiting for a table.


680a 2nd St, San Francisco, CA 94107

You won't feel underdressed in your Lincecum jersey and baseball cap at this Western saloon-style cafe with both wine and beer on tap.

Public House

24 Willie Mays Plaza, San Francisco, CA 94107

It doesn't get much closer than this. Come to this bar and restaurant on Willie Mays Plaza for stellar pub grub and your choice of 100 drafts--all of which can be taken into the ballpark (and cost a lot less than the concession stands).

Pete's Tavern

128 King St, San Francisco, CA 94107

An offshoot of Momo's down the block, this cavernous sports bar has a huge horseshoe-shaped bar for speedy service--plus downright delicious nachos.

Nova Bar & Restaurant

555 Second St, San Francisco, CA 94107

A pinch dressier than other bar-restaurants near the AT&T Park, Nova is the perfect spot to hit for a pre-game cocktail before an evening game when you haven't had a chance to change out of your office gear before the game.


600 Third St, San Francisco, CA 94107

As divey as sports bars get around these parts, Zeke's is a well-worn and comfy spot for cheap beer and adequate bar food, including beer-boiled bratwurst. Who can argue with that?