5 Spring Training Food and Drink Specials Around Metro Phoenix

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Spring training season is great for a number of reasons including that it brings plenty of visitors to town and gives locals a good excuse to dine out and day drink. We've already given you an ultimate spring training guide spring traing to restaurants, bars, and more, as well as our list of must-eat and drink restaurants to hit while you're visiting town. And now we've gathered a handful of food and drink specials at bars and restaurants all over town.

See also: Spring Training 2014: Your Ultimate Guide to Restaurants, Bars, and More in Metro Phoenix

  • Kelly's at Southbridge
  • From now through the entire spring training season, Kelly's at Southbridge will be offering several drink specials. In addition to 20 percent off all items (excluding happy hour and any other already discounted items) with a ticket stub, this Old Town Scottsdale spot will be selling San Francisco Giants logo bottles of Mumm Napa Winery sparkling wine for $36 and $4 Anchor Steam brews all day every day.

  • Various Westgate restaurants
  • Glendale's Westgate Entertainment District isn't far from several of the West Valley spring training stadiums and several of the area's restaurants will be offering dining deals. Kabuki Japanese Restaurant and Saddle Ranch Chop House with both be offering 20 percent of your total bill with a same-day ticket stub, while McFadden's will offer 15 percent off. Show your ticket at The Shout! House and you'll get a $1 well drink or $1 domestic draft.

    For a complete list of Westgate spring training deals, visit the Westgate website.

  • RnR
  • You've been warned, RnR falls into all-out Giant's baseball territory. The popular Old Town Scottsdale bar and spring training party spot will be serving a spring training drink menu with Giants-inspiried cocktails and other boozy deals. There's a McCovey Mule ($10) -- named for Hall of Famer Willie Lee McCovey -- and a Panda's Yard -- named for Pablo Sandoval -- that features a whole yard of alcohol-infused slushy ($12). Domestic pitchers will be available for $16, while craft pitchers will cost $20.

  • Taggia at FireSky Resort
  • Taggia's Executive Chef Massimo De Francesca has created a Italian and Spring Training-themed menu to celebrate the season. The menu includes popcorn with butter and southwest spices ($5); nachos with achiote cheese sauce, salsa, jalapeños, olives, guacamole, and lime creme ($12); poutine with red wine demi glace, cheddar cheese curds, and black pepper ($10); chicken wings with marsala BBQ sauce or hot sauce glaze ($12); smoked chicken pizza with sweet onion, chicken, smoked mozzarella, queso fresco, and BBQ sauce ($13); pretzel bites with fontina fondue and truffle mustard ($7); and Italian fennel sausage with chipotle corn relish on a brioche bun served with fries ($9).

    For reservations call 480-424-6095 or visit the Taggia website.

  • Draft House Eatery & Lounge
  • This recently opened bar and restaurant is located just across the street from the Peoria Sports Complex, where the Seattle Mariners and San Deigo Padres play their spring training games. If you bring your ticket stub into Draft House Eatery & Lounge you can get a $1 draft beer and with dozens of brews to choose from, there's likely to be something for everyone.

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