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So here’s where we mix it up a bit and cheat a little. Usually we choose one thing to eat in each city. This time we chose something for the grown up night out. With so many guides out there on food in San Francisco we took a different approach. Our choice for an enjoyable night out drinking with friends is Pacific Cocktail Haven. A nice cozy bar in downtown. With pleasing aesthetics and good...

Our Journey finally brought us to San Francisco and AT&T park.  The city by the bay was a gracious host of The Great Baseball Stadium Journey. AT&T park opened April 11, 2000 and with its stunning views of the bay does not lack in aesthetic charm. It was designed with an old time feel with brick encompassing much of the exterior architecture. Blending seamlessly into the waterfront AT&T park feels like a piece of the city. With this comes some neat ways to get to and enter the ballpark. Public transportation options include the BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit), metro, trolley cars and even the ferry. The ferry was one of the most unique ways I've encountered to get to a game. Getting to the stadium was hassle free with so many options and navigating the crowds were not a problem. Though be aware the metro and other options can get crowded.

No food is more Pittsburgh than a Primanti bros sandwich. Pittsburgh has many great eateries varying from steaks, to fish but nothing is more Pittsburgh when it comes to food than Primanti. If you’re from Pittsburgh you don’t need any explaining but if you’re not this part is for you. What started as a food cart in the early 1930’s, has expanded into 17 different locations. Primanti Bro’s founded by Joe Primanti specializes in sandwiches...

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania was a gracious first stop on our journey to see all 30 baseball stadiums in the next two years aka "The Great Baseball Stadium Journey". PNC Park home of the Pirates with its majestic views and thriving nightlife surrounding the ball park area make it a premiere spot for entertainment. Though PNC park holds only about 38,000 fans this intimate setting lends to great baseball game atmosphere. You never feel far from the action, and no matter where you sit you have a great view. Though the best seats are facing the outfield gazing upon the Allegheny river as pictured below. If baseball isn't your thing make sure to check out our other article series in "The Great Baseball Stadium Journey". We have a link below to "One thing you must do in each city" with "One thing you must eat in each city" coming later tonight.