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Must Haves @ AT&T Stadium (aka. PacBell Park)

wchane | Apr 10, 2007 04:33 PM

Although plastered for Bond's 735th I remember the Stadium Dogs and Gordon Biersch Garlic Fries to be tastey.

Stadium Dog - comes with saurkraut, onions and peppers. The bun falls apart and your hands and mouth is covered in mustard, relish, ketchup and whatever else you put on a hot dog but it's all part of the fun.

Garlic Fries - I normally skip these as they're soggy and over done, but these tasted great - like they were rushed over from GB just up the street.

Churro - everything is overpriced at the ball park but at $4 this was the worst bargain that we stumbled upon. Cold, stale, and tasted like sugar'd cardboard - I was so drunk I ate it anyway.

Nachos - Your standard ball park nachos, round factory produced tortilla chips with questionable yellow goo they claim to be cheese and a scoop full of pickled jalapenos. yum.

I have a feeling I'm leaving some other food item out, but that's all that's in my memory now.

$8.25 for a large bud light - I consumed enough to feed a small country, however upon leaving I found out you can get a pint...or maybe just a red silo cup full of Guinness for $9.

what do you recommend? I'm willing to try almost anything but the deep fried chocolate covered coconut raspberry donut hole filled baseball.

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