The Snakebite at Jack Daniel's liquor bars
There's a list of four cocktails found at the bars of Chase Field, the most popular of which, folks will tell you, is the Snakebite. All four will run you $11 but come in tall glasses. The Snakebite is a punch-like cocktail of Absolut berry acai vodka, red wine, club soda, and sour mix with a skewered grape and a few pieces of melon floating on top.  The red wine and sour mix keep things from being too sweet, and you'll probably be able to down the whole thing in less than an inning.

Loaded Nachos at Gluten-Free stand
Located behind section 107
Gluten-free-ers will be happy to know that Chase has an entire stand dedicated to gluten-free eats and drinks. That's right, they even carry gluten-free beer. The stand has a nice selection of gluten-free snacks, including a pulled-pork sandwich and hot dogs, though your safest bet would be the loaded gluten-free nachos. They use corn tortilla chips that wouldn't contain gluten in the first place but also come from individual-serving packages, meaning those with serious gluten sensitivity probably don't need to worry about cross-contamination.

They'll ask you just what you want smothering your chips, and we suggest skipping the overly sweet barbecue pulled pork. The beans, nacho cheese, and sliced jalapeños are just fine on their own. 

Candy Shop Popcorn
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Candy Shop Popcorn
Gluten-free Loaded Nachos
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Gluten-free Loaded Nachos
Buffet at Arizona Baseball Club
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Buffet at Arizona Baseball Club

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Chase Field

401 E. Jefferson St.
Phoenix, AZ 85004

Category: Attractions and Amusement Parks

Region: Central Phoenix

Game Seven Grill

201 S. 4th St., Chase Field
Phoenix, AZ 85034

Category: Restaurant > Barbecue

Region: Central Phoenix

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Roasted Peanuts
Indulging in one — or two, or a few — of the specialty items available at Chase is an adventure in its own right, but there's nothing as satisfying as cracking roasted peanuts during a baseball game. At the Diamondbacks' stadium, a bag will cost you $4, and the best part is that you don't have to leave your seat to get them, since walking vendors will come around hawking them throughout the game. Throw the shells on the floor, share them with your neighbors — it's a rite of passage when it comes to the sport.

Buffet at Arizona Baseball Club 
This might be the best-kept secret of Chase Field. Take the elevator up to the second level and work your way over to the section behind left center field. That's where you'll find the Arizona Baseball Club, a buffet restaurant open to anyone with a ticket to the game.

For $34.99, enjoy all-you-can-eat privileges from an impressive menu. Chef Michael Snoke changes the selections with every series and takes his inspiration from the visiting team's hometown. When the San Diego Padres were in town, for example, he offered achiote-braised pork loin street tacos to channel the flavors of southern California. They also offer high-end options you wouldn't expect to find at a baseball stadium buffet, like a selection of local cheeses, Queen Creek antipasti, and Queen Creek olives.

The best part of the experience is that no matter what you paid for your ticket to get into the stadium, you can make a reservation to sit on the patio at the Arizona Baseball Club. And reservations are recommended for patio seats.

Tailgate on a Plate at Extreme Loaded Dogs
Located behind section 208
When it comes to stadium hot dogs, this one might just be our favorite. There are plenty of quirky hot dog options from Extreme Loaded Dogs, but this is one of the most popular and memorable of the batch. As the name implies, the hot dog comes loaded with everything you might enjoy at a typical tailgate: sweet and tangy barbecue beans, barbecue sauce, cheese, and three little mounds of potato salad. The foot-long wiener is best enjoyed with a fork and knife, and though the prospect might sound strange, this tailgate really works.

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TioTony
TioTony

Sorry, that is not a sonoran dog, you can't get a real sonoran dog north of Tucson, that thing in the picture must have come from the prosecution file of that abortion doctor in Philly.

Paul Falsone
Paul Falsone

Anything I sneak into the game. Ooops, just kidding.

Elaine Martinez
Elaine Martinez

How did the garlic fries not make the list? You cant go into the park without smelling them! Lol

 
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