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Why You Should Be Out in Left Field

May 15, 2015
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Lo-Lo's sign at the ballpark

Heading to Chase Field for a ball game? Your options to dine local just got a whole lot better.

Local restaurants Lo Lo’s Chicken and Waffles, America’s Taco Shop and Zoyo Neighborhood Yoghurt join existing local vendor ReyGloria’s Tamales on the third base side of the stadium this baseball season. All offer extensive (although shortened) menus of customer favorites from their regular menus.

Another local dining option is Food Truck Alley. Two local food trucks now set up just outside the stadium for every home game (see for which vendors are on the schedule). The entrance to the trucks is positioned just past the ticket booths so that you can come and go both before and during the game.

To wash everything down with a local brew you’ll need to head to the outfield and the Draft Room on the second level (elevators behind section 105). Although this level is primarily for boxes and Diamond level seating, everyone is welcome at the Draft Room. You’ll find a dynamic list of the available craft beers, about half of which are brewed in Arizona, on the chalkboard at the entrance to the bar.


Some seating is available in front of Draft Room to watch the game (reserve a spot in advance), but if you ask for your beer in a plastic cup, you can take it with you back to your seat and drink, as well as eat, local.

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