There are very few things in life that I love more than San Francisco, Giants baseball, and food. Anytime I go to a game, I also get irrationally excited about what I'm going to eat. So, if you happen to find yourself at AT&T Park sometime soon, here are my suggestions for the five best things they have to offer.

1. Crazy Crab’z Sandwich

For just three payments of $99.99, your first-born child and your soul, you can buy this sandwich! Okay, not really, but it will set you back a steep $16. This might seem excessive to most, but it is honestly the best sandwich I have ever had in my entire life.

I’m not ashamed to admit that I have had dreams about the next time I will be home just so I can get one. It consists of two slices of garlic bread, fresh crab and slices of tomato. 10/10—would recommend.

2. Ghirardelli Hot Fudge Sundae

It’s hard to beat vanilla ice cream, hot fudge, chopped almonds, and whipped cream with a cherry on top. To make it even better, you can eat your sundae out of a mini Giants helmet.

3. Gilroy Garlic Fries (with chicken tenders, of course)

It’s not a complete ballpark experience without an order of these chicken tenders and fries. Although it is a simple meal, it’s a classic. These fries are special because the garlic comes in fresh from Gilroy.

#SpoonTip: Gilroy has an annual garlic festival and you can get garlic ice cream. They also have an outlet mall there and the entire city smells like garlic all year round.

4. Clam Chowder Bread Bowl

San Francisco is famous for their sourdough bread. It is such a big deal that my eighth grade science class grew our own sourdough for a project. It was extremely gross and mine turned black for some reason. Moral of the story: get your bread bowl from AT&T. There are very few things more satisfying than a hot bowl of chowder on a foggy night.

5. Cha Cha Bowl from Orlando’s

This is basically a fancy Chipotle burrito bowl. With white rice, black beans, grilled chicken or pork, and pineapple-zucchini salsa, it truly is a home-run.

Hungry for more? In case you are wondering what else AT&T has to offer, Eater San Francisco has a full list of every vendor in the stadium.