More Bites (and a Tailgate Party) Around the Ballpark

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“Meat” the Lou Seal hoagie from Deli Board. Photo courtesy of Deli Board.

Baseball season is here (the Giants’ home opener is Monday April 13th), and to add on to our post last week about the new culinary options around AT&T Park, here are a few more for your consideration.

If you miss 1058 Hoagie’s big-ass hoagie, you’ll be happy to hear ~DELI BOARD~ is (re)launching their Lou Seal hoagie on opening day, packed with Genoa salami, capicola, mortadella, provolone, cherry peppers, lettuce, their house Italian dressing, housemade Shum (garlic) spread, and salt and pepper onions, all on Dutch crunch. The Lou Seal is offered for $14 on game days only, so make sure to check the schedule. And yes, you can bring it into AT&T Park. 1058 Folsom St. at Russ, 415-552-SOUP (7687).

James Syhabout (Hawker Fare, Commis, The Dock) is going to be hosting a tailgate party for the home opener on Monday April 13th at the EatWith test kitchen, which is right across from the ballpark. On the menu: oysters (see, this is a classy tailgate), West Oakland Dock po’boys, jerk-spiced chicken wings, smoked beef tri-tips with Korean BBQ lettuce-wrap garnishes and potato salad, and more. $57. The event starts at 11am, game starts at 1:35pm.

One more item: ~G FOOD LOUNGE~, the food truck gathering spot under the 80 freeway (with seating), will be opening a beer and wine bar with some food trucks before Giants evening home games, from 5pm-7:30pm. Look for some promos, like $4 beers. 431 2nd St. at Bryant.