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, as an A's fan I think I'm just used to going to see my man Suzuki in Oakland –great fans.
We still had our fun though, and I dont feel like getting any shit for wearing A's gear. 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