They probably won't be open until next Friday's home game, but considering the place serves oyster po' boys, bacon-packed biscuit sandwiches and the Southern delicacy known as Chicken and Waffles, it'll be worth the wait.
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What to Eat on Game Day This Season
Another year, another baseball season. <br /> <br /> But don't let your game-day diet be so predictable. Instead, here's a short list of places you'll want to hit when the Giants are on the field—from now through October (and beyond). After all, America 's pastime is best appreciated with a bacon-wrapped hot dog on deck—not to mention a few Korean cocktails, a few oysters and a biscuit sandwich or two. Right?
If you want to watch baseball the Japanese way, head down to this sushi-and-spirits bar for $4 sushi, soju cocktails and a chance to hear about the Giants' playoff chances. (The Yomiuri Giants, that is.)
The microbrew standby is opening up its beer garden for home games with burgers, pizza and house-brewed IPAs—including an Opening IPA available this week. Best of all, it's stumbling distance from the park, making it the ideal spot for a little pre-game gluttony.
Perry's offers potato skins, wings and calamari for game food, but the real draw is seven HDTVs broadcasting every MLB game from everywhere in the country. Consider it the equivalent of NORAD for fantasy baseball geeks.
Of course, if you're lucky enough to nab some tickets, the main show is Tres Agaves' new stadium-wide setup, including the local favorite's new bacon-wrapped hot dog. (It swaps out the usual mustard and kraut for cucumber pico de gallo and chipotle mayo.) Peanuts and cracker jacks sold separately.