In early May, I was able to tag along with my wife to SFO. The plan was for me to arrive later in the week then head up to Napa. After doing some research, I decided to add on 2 extra days in San Francisco and enjoy a baseball game at AT&T park (a place I had yet to see a game at). While I'm a Dodger fan, I enjoy any baseball park regardless of who's playing. I'm not one of those fans that hates the opposing team (fans maybe but not the team!) and hopes they lose. I just enjoy my team. After arriving on a long 4 hour flight from Chicago on a Wednesday, I showered up and we decided to head out for the evening. The plan was a small dinner followed by a concert. My wife was attending a social media conference and they had Lionel Richie on tap for the show. That is until he bailed at the last minute. The management company found a good substitute (more expensive even) and offered to wave the extra costs to work it out. So we were treated with Earth, Wind & Fire instead. That evening, we ventured over to Tropisueno for dinner. This is a modern Mexican restaurant that really delivered. Most menu items were <$10 and very tasty. Think of it as Mexican tapas. Once dinner was completed, we went to the concert at the nearby Hilton They put on a killer show. While most of the 20 something age Iphone carrying marketing types were a bit clueless on who EW&F was, they put on a show that got the crowd rocking! The next morning, I met up with Allen for a day at AT&T park. On the way to the park, I walked by Yorba Buena Park. You can see the MoMA in the background A short walk later, I arrived at AT&T park and had lunch with Allen at Momo's. At this point, the rain started and it looked bleak outside. After lunch, we sauntered over to AT&T park for the game which featured the San Francisco Giants vs the Miami Marlins. The Marlins ended up winning this game. I REALLY enjoyed my time at AT&T and will return as soon as possible Here are some pics of AT&T Main Entrance Willie Mays statue out front View from our seats Right Field Looking towards Right Field from the seat Ditto but towards the left Center Field Towards McCovey Cove over right field and Finally Left Field That evening, we decided to hit up Kuleto's which felt like old time San Francisco. This place oozed History. The food was amazing. I recommend this place.