From ballpark classics like hot dogs and crackerjacks to trendy offerings like the Impossible Burger and seasonal salads, Oracle Park dining options are just like San Francisco, endlessly innovative and delicious. This is what you can look forward to this season.

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April 5, 2018
The Juicy Lou, a new offering this season at Oracle Park.

What to Eat at Oracle Park This Season

“I’ll take two Juicy Lous.” Curious? This is one of the latest offerings fans will be able to order this season during a San Francisco Giants game. This new signature burger is named for Giants mascot Lou Seal. Sold exclusively at the McGraw Grill, the diner-style, cheese-stuffed creation is modeled after the Midwest’s famous Juicy Lucy burger.

Here are a few more tips on the new ballpark fare to tantalize the taste buds:

The Garden

In addition to seasonal salads inspired by what’s growing in the Garden, located behind the centerfield wall just below the scoreboard, a new soft-serve ice cream option offering fresh fruit as well as assorted herbs for toppings will be served at the Garden Table. The Hearth Table will offer gluten-free flatbreads with seasonal vegetables and toppings.


On the Promenade Level, the aforementioned Juicy Lou will be sold exclusively at McGraw Grill. Add to that a side of crinkle cut fries, served plain or seasoned ballpark-garlic style. Twelve inches of all-beef hot dogs more your style? Order them grilled and topped with peppers, onions, sauerkraut or chili and cheese.

Two locations in Oracle Park will now offer Dippin’ Dots ice cream – Promenade and View levels. Among the flavors are cookies and cream, rainbow ice and banana split.

Take home a Giants souvenir-style helmet with an order of Garlic Fries Forever or try the ribs-and-chicken platter at McCovey’s BBQ. Other new menu items include new pineapple sausage and spicy linguica sausages (Say Hey Sausage); chicken parmesan sandwich (Tony’s Slice House, a spin-off of Tony's Pizza Napoletana in North Beach); battered and fried spicy green beans served with lemon aioli (Great House of Brews); acai bowls (The Organic Coup), and fresh ahi tuna served over a choice of rice, organic greens or tortilla chips (Da Poke Man Window).

View Level

Along with those Dippin’ Dots, the View Level is the new home of the Corona Beach Bar. Constructed of shipping containers and serving Corona and nachos, the opening is slated for early in the season.

Blue Shield Field Club

In a change this year, all hot dogs and sausages will be served unwrapped and open-faced in a paper boat at the Derby Grill – also home of the Impossible Burger, a juicy, plant-based burger that tastes, yes, like beef.

Likely to be a new fan favorite are the cinnamon-sugar nachos with house-made caramel from the Snack Stand. Burrito bowl options range from ground beef or achiote chicken at Bar San Pancho and be sure to try their new Milanese de San Pancho, a fried-chicken torta. Can’t make up your mind? Zach’s Deli offers the new “Triple Play” – a choice of three sliders: pastrami, brisket, and corned beef or turkey.

Alaska Airlines Club Level

Sweet-savory fish tacos are the draw at The Cove. Another location of Derby Grill is on this level or opt for a bacon-wrapped dog and a new build-your-own dog at the Dog House. In addition to just-picked fresh fare and warm house-made soups, Farmers offers craft beers on tap and craft cocktails on draft.

Make sure you come to Oracle Park this season on an empty stomach. You don't want to pass this food up.

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