Care to enjoy a pint of the finest local beer while brushing up on your bocce game? Game on! Fieldwork at Bay Meadows has opened and is welcoming visitors to its beer garden.
Summer hours are: Sunday-Thursday, 11 am-10 pm and Friday/Saturday 11 am- 11 pm.
In addition to 30 beer tap lines, the location features food made to order by Berkeley’s Comal restaurant. The menu will feature chicharrones, tamales, habanero black bean dip, chili-lime corn nuts and Mexican-influenced grilled cheese sandwiches.
Anyone who has visited Fieldwork’s original East Bay taproom knows that the craft brewer is all about creating a family-friendly, community vibe. That combination of Fieldwork’s artisan spirit along with their focus on fun, authentic gathering spaces made them a perfect match to open an outdoor beer garden at Bay Meadows.
The local press couldn’t wait to report on the opening of Fieldwork’s latest location:
“Fieldwork’s Massive San Mateo Beer Garden Now Open” by Caleb Pershan
With bocce ball courts, fire pits, and 30 taps of beer
“Several double IPAs and a summery salted watermelon gose are currently on draft.” Read the full article here >
From Silicon Valley Business Journal
“Fieldwork Brewing Co. expands into South Bay this summer” by Olivia Schaber
“Fieldwork’s Bay Meadows retail neighbors will include Roam Artisan Burgers, LIFT Fitness, Blue Bottle Coffee and Tin Pot Creamery.” Read the full article here >
Looking for a great place to ride? Bay Meadows and the surrounding San Mateo area are bike friendly and offer many different paths to ride and sights to see. The City of San Mateo even have an easy-to-use bike-sharing system, Bay Bikes. Plus, Bay Meadows has a convenient bike map that you can download here, so you can decide exactly where to ride. Some resident favorites include the Bay Trail as well as Coyote Point Park, and here’s a handy list of 10 sites within a six-mile bike ride. And join the Bay Meadows email list to stay on top of fun dates, such as Bike to Work Day 2018!