way) and then we sat by the new open space where there is a second location to the Mijita's restaurant and you can have a drink and some snacks as an alternative to the typical stadium food. This recently redone space with Public House is *excellent* for people watching, and so we sat around, chatted and did plenty of sightings for a bit. I got to meet one of my fave beer loving-blog readers inside the park, J (+♥thanks!!) and then we went on to see the Giants get their butts kicked by the Red Socks.
We had fun but most Giants fans are boring, actually. (KT + all the girls I have gone with are super fun). We weren't even cheering much, and we were perhaps the loudest ones around our section. I guess people cheer now via twitter. Who knows, I think I'm just used to going to see my man Suzuki and the A's games –great fans.
We still had our fun though, and before heading home I refueled my caffeinated jets by stopping at the Philz on 3rd and Berry and let the car+pedestrian traffic mellow out.
Remember, bike parking at the Giants is super cool and for all of you visiting from outside SF, you can also use it. More info here: Giants Games via sfbike.org