The venue is in Oakland. If you don’t want to stay in Oakland you should base yourself in San Francisco and take the BART to the game. You get off at Coliseum, take the footbridge and walk around the coliseum. To be honest, you take the BART and follow the crowds. It’s about 45 mins from downtown to the venue (including the walk).
One of the older venues in the NBA it’s easy to see why the Warriors want to move to new premises. The building is functional but has seen better days.
Pretty comfortable for such an old venue and the sight lines seem to be good from all sections.
This is where the age of the venue can be seen. Although there are fan shops and food stalls there are fewer of each that you would find in other venues meaning that the queues can be much longer than you would expect pre-game.
There is a good range of food and drink available including healthy options
We bought one water and one shock-top beer and paid $20.
We were at the Spurs @ Warriors game which was sold out so there was a good atmosphere. I know there are plenty of fans who only discovered the Warriors when they started winning championships but there fans at the Oracle are loud and proud of the Warriors.
If you are planning a trip to Oracle make it soon as the new venue is scheduled to open in time for the 2019/20 season.