From Salt River Fields in Scottsdale to Glendale's Camelback Ranch, the 10 ballparks that accomodate the Cactus League's 15 teams are scattered all over the Valley of the Sun. Whether you're looking for a walkable place to grab a beer or a local restaurant to enjoy a post-game meal, we've done our best to find the top places to eat and drink near each metro Phoenix spring training stadium.
Just because you're headed out to watch your favorite team doesn't mean you need to sacrifice eating a good meal — and it certainly doesn’t mean you should settle for bad booze. Here are 10 of our favorite places to eat and drink while catching the game in metro Phoenix.
From a quick meal of tacos to a 22-course dining experience, the Phoenix food scene has it all these days. Check out Chow Bella's five current must-try restaurants.
Don't know about you, but we're always looking for a new happy hour to check out. Here are eight of our favorites. You're welcome.
Just in time for spring training, plenty of restaurants and bars around the Valley are branding themselves as Cubs Hubs — the go-to places for food and drink after a long afternoon at Sloan Park in Mesa (a.k.a. Wrigleyville West). For a taste of metro Phoenix’s long-standing Cubs Hubs, though, we recommend skipping the bandwagon restaurants and otherwise obvious choices (Portillos and Lou Malnati’s, for instance) and exploring these spots instead.
For nearly 20 years, the wine world has wavered in its opinion about whether Arizona wines can live up to the popularity of California varietals or the distinction of Oregon and Washington vines. Well, waver no more, and make up your own mind by taking a wine walk in Old Town Scottsdale.
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