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World Series food: What to eat at AT&T Park in San Francisco

The Crazy Crab’z Sandwich at AT&T Park in San Francisco.
The Crazy Crab’z Sandwich at AT&T Park in San Francisco. The Daily Meal

If you’re headed to Game 3 of the World Series in San Francisco, start your stadium experience off right with two things: a full plate and an even more full stomach. Here’s a guide on the best AT&T Park and food provider Centerplate have to offer:

Crazy Crab'z Sandwich

An AT&T Park staple, this signature sandwich features piles of sweet, locally sourced Dungeness crab between two slices of garlic butter-brushed grilled sourdough bread. Other options at Crazy Crab stands include a crab salad and a crab cocktail, but the sandwich is the standout.

Gilroy Garlic Fries

Take your carb cravings to the next level with these garlic fries, which are cooked in olive oil and offer a twist on the traditional french fry.

Caramel Apple Fries

It may not look like fall in San Francisco, but that doesn’t mean it can’t taste like it. Salty transforms into sweet with the caramel apple fries, located in the Farmer’s Market behind first base. The “fries” are sliced thin and are served in a bed of caramel sauce with nuts on top.

Memphis Dog

Available at The Dog House, the Memphis Dog includes roasted tender pork butt, white baked beans, an all-beef jumbo hot dog, and barbecue mustard.

Hot Pastrami and Swiss on Naan Bread

Can’t decide between Asian and Italian food? You’re in luck. Try the hot pastrami and swiss on naan bread for a a taste of both, located at Murph's on the Promenade.

Edible Garden

If you’re going the healthy route, AT&T Park offers an “Edible Garden,” behind the centerfield wall, where fans can literally pick toppings, like fresh basil, for pizza or pasta. The garden features fresh fruits and veggies, flatbreads, pasta, smoothies and soups and is all organic.

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