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AT&T Park Adds a Proxy-Style Retail and Dining Pop-Up

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Combine shopping with visits to AT&T Park this baseball season at the Yard. The new pop-up space will feature retail and food options in recycled shipping containers—much like those at Proxy in Hayes Valley. You can check out the new shopping and dining feature in March, when it opens in the parking lot south of McCovey Cove. (Two rows of existing handicap spaces have relocated to make way for the new site, KTVU reports.) There's no word yet on what types of stores are expected to move into the Yard, but here's to hoping that they're selling more than just Giants paraphernalia.
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