Someburros Is Now Open at Arizona State University's Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe

Later today the Arizona State University Sun Devils will host the University of New Mexico Lobos for the college football team's week three matchup. And while most people will be interested in the action on Frank Kush Field, we're a little more excited about the latest addition to Tempe stadium's dining options. 

Last week, Tempe-based family-owned and operated restaurant Someburros debuted its seventh Valley location inside Sun Devil Stadium. The Someburro eatery can be found in Sun Devil Stadium’s Section 14, near the North End Zone/North Gate entrance.

It's currently the only Mexican food option inside the stadium and will serve burros, churros, and speciality drinks at every Arizona State University home football game through the end of the season. Someburros will even be offering some game day deals including a free churro for anyone who buys a burro before kick off. The restaurant's Sun Devil Stadium offerings range from about $2 - $10. 

Here's the menu: 

Someburros Sun Devil Stadium Menu

Bean and Cheese Burro with Chips and Salsa
Green Chili Burro with Chips and Salsa
Carne Asada Burro with Chips and Salsa

Chips and Salsa 

Agua de Jamaica


George and Mary Vasquez established Someburros in 1986 in Tempe in order to bring fast-casual Mexican food to the area. Now the Someburro's mini-chain includes locations in Tempe, Scottsdale, Chandler, Flagstaff, and beyond, all of which are operated the founders and their three children. 

For more information, visit the Someburros website and Facebook

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