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San Francisco Giants: Rating the top-10 food options at AT&T Park

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Apr 18, 2015; Toronto, Ontario, CAN; Cory Helvig (right) and Evan Fort, from Saratoga Springs, NY, show off their hot-dog themed clothing during batting practice before the game between the Atlanta Braves and the Toronto Blue Jays at Rogers Centre. Mandatory Credit: Dan Hamilton-USA TODAY Sports

#1. Say Hey Sausage Specialties: Hot Dog

I apologize if you were expecting something more irregular and jaw-dropping, but I have legitimate reasons for my number one choice. It’s simple, can you name anything better than kicking back in your seat with a ‘dog in your hand, ice cold refreshment in the other hand, and America’s pastime in front of your eyes? I cannot. This scene is a life goal and is why I have chosen the classic hot dog as my number one food choice at AT&T Park.

To be fair, if I were doing a list for any ballpark, I would most likely choose a hot dog as my number one choice because it is just too ideal and peaceful not to be number one. There is just something special about having a hot dog at a ballgame. Not only is it the perfect feel, but a dog from Say Hey Sausage Specialties is flat delicious.

A big, fat, juicy hot dog at a San Francisco Giants ballgame is the way to go. So sit back, crack open a drink, and relax as our boys try and pull out a victory in the greatest ballpark in Major League Baseball.

*For more on AT&T Park concessions and food amenities, visit Eater.com or BallparkRatings.com.

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