Food Review: Ballpark Edition

The Giants lost tonight.  That sucks.

It’s hard to be happy after a loss.  Luckily I was happy at the beginning of the game, for one simple reason.  They call it a Tri-Tip Sandwich and at the yard it comes from the Baby Bull Tri-Tip food stand out in center field.

Baby Bull

Eating a hot dog certainly has its appeal.  So do garlic fries, which we are known for.  Sidebar: only get the garlic fries from the Gilroy Garlic stand because the ones from McGraw’s Grill are terrible.  Anyway, the sheboygan sausage has become a popular choice as well for more gourmet food at AT&T park.  None of these compare to the tri-tip sandwich though.  They cut it fresh, right in front of you with an option of homemade sauerkraut or pickled carrots and peppers as a topping.  I prefer to smother it in either BBQ sauce, Chipotle sauce or a mixture of both.  It really is fresh, tender and most importantly juicy.  This might be hard to believe but for expensive ballpark food, this might be the best bang for your buck.  Where else can you spend almost $15 and get juicy meat at the yard??  No where! That is because if there is anything juicier available I am sure it is around $20.

Lots O' Sauce

If you are up for it, make the trek to the center field courtyard to spend just a little more money for some much better meat.  Oh, and they also serve Sweet Potato Fries.  I know there are people out there who love Sweet Potato Fries.

The Yard At Night

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