The best part about attending a game at Petco Park in my opinion is the food. I look forward to my dinners there. It wasn't always that way though. Prior to 2012, I'd get my ticket stamped, leave the ballpark and eat outside so I wouldn't have to stomach another unappetizing hot dog for $5. That all changed when Tom Garfinkel and Scott Marshall brought in some of the best food and drink San Diego has to offer - inside the ballpark. I haven't left since, except for those few times when I crossed the street to get a burrito from Lolita's.
My go to purchases are Hodad's burgers, Broham pulled pork sandwich from Phil's, Cardiff Crack and a pizza slice from Pizza Port. I've been known to hit Rimel's up on occasion as well. This season I plan on leaving my comfort zone and expanding my menu further. I'm gonna get fat, son.
The local tourism group released a commercial on YouTube today featuring Trevor Hoffman and a fellow super fan who takes him on a food tour. I like this super fan's style because of his throwback cap, so does Trevor. It's a good commercial except for a few cringe worthy exchanges between the two that were probably forced upon them by the director. At least I hope that's the case.