The Garden at AT&T Park
San Francisco, CA
Blasen Landscape Architecture and EDG Design
Principals in Charge: Eric and Silvina Blasen
Project Manager: Gary Rasmussen
Landscape Designer: Jodie Lustgarten
Client: Bon Appetit Management Company
The Garden at AT&T Park is the first functional edible garden within a Major League Baseball venue. Located behind the center field wall, this 4,320 square-foot space features raised edible beds, aeroponic towers, a bar, dining table, benches, fire pits, ground-level views of the playing field, and two gourmet concession stands. The Garden is a destination within the ballpark, where one can enjoy a meal with fresh ingredients harvested from the garden while sitting in from of the fire pit while sipping on a refreshing beverage. The Garden also serves as a culinary and nutritional classroom for local San Francisco children. Children will visit the garden during field trips and will have the opportunity to learn about growing, harvesting and preparing locally cultivated food. The garden is a prime event space offering a unique ballpark experience and makes a statement about the values and spirit of San Francisco.