SAN FRANCISCO—The San Francisco Giants hosted an open house on Wednesday, March 29 to introduce the new eateries that have been constructed at AT&T Park.

Garlic fries are reportedly the top-selling food at the ballpark. They are adding a fast-food joint called The Organic Coup, a local company which is USDA Certified Organic and located on the Promenade Level of the stadium in Section 134.

San Francisco is the first in the country to open an organic fast-food restaurant. Menu items include popcorn shrimp, fried chicken sandwiches and tenders, cole slaw, tots, and ice cream. Other new eateries on the stadium’s Promenade Level include C.R.E.A.M. (a Bay Area-original ice cream shop), San Francisco Soup Company, Mission Street Taqueria, and McCovey’s BBQ.

In addition to the Promenade Level, new restaurants have opened on the Field Club Level including Toni’s Slice House and Zach’s Deli and on the Virgin America Club Level, The Cove and Murph’s Pub have opened, with Bar San Pancho opening on both sites.

Officials have estimated that there will be approximately 3.3 million customers throughout the spring, summer, and fall. Additional highlights for the 2017 season have been detailed in a press release from the Major League Baseball website.