Public House As the Giants begin playing at AT&T Park today, if you can’t score tickets then the next best place to watch a game is with the throngs of fans at the Public House in Willie Mays Plaza. The huge, open bar serves 24 kinds of beer, in addition to cocktails, and faces the 24 palm trees surrounding the Say Hey Kid’s statue. Read More
While the Fall Classic between the Giants and Detroit Tigers pits clubs from two very different cities, the distinctive style and taste of each team’s partisans also pour through the beer taps at their ballparks. Read More
The Giants madness that overtook The City through October has hardly lessened, and now the big payoff moment has arrived: the home opener for the World Series champs.
Today’s game will kick off with the raising of the 2010 World Champion flag. Saturday night, the team will be presented with World Series rings, and on Sunday, Buster Posey receives his Rookie of the Year award. Read More
After an eight-year run, Acme Chophouse, the groundbreaking steakhouse attached to AT&T Park, closed, and a couple of months later, it reopened as Public House, a pub with 22 beers on tap, two in cask, 24 in bottle, $200,000 worth of mounted flat-screen televisions, each with a DirecTV hook up, and a pared-down menu of bar food made with good ingredients. Read More