Where to Eat and Drink Near Surprise Stadium

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Hole 'n One Nothing too fancy at this golf-themed breakfast and lunch spot of classic American fare, just a decent meal and service with a smile. Familiar favorites such as corned beef hash and eggs, three-egg omelets, and buttermilk pancakes should do the trick for a pre-game fill-up. And since breakfast is served all day, you can come back for seconds.


Lucky's Pizza Family owned since 1994, this New York-style pizza joint serves its pies thick-cut and piled high with premium toppings. A large menu selection also includes dishes such as salads, hot and cold traditional Italian sandwiches, and pasta plates of spaghetti, lasagna, and baked ziti - all are available for take-out or eating indoors. The lunch specials, like two slices of cheese pizza and a medium soda for under five bucks, beat stadium food anyday.

Big Buddha This cute and cozy neighborhood spot serving traditional Chinese dishes calls its spicy and sweet orange peel chicken and Singapore-style fried rice specialties of the house, but its lunch specials, all under $7 and available every day until 3:30 p.m., make stopping in all the easier. Served with fried rice, the soup of the day, an egg roll, and a crab puff, hungry baseball fans can order up wallet-friendly mid-day deals like sesame and Kung Pao chicken and curry tofu with vegetables. Bonus points for the outdoor patio.

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Laura Hahnefeld
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