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Dining Guide | Spring Training: Where to Eat Near Surprise Stadium

Posted on: February 18th, 2017 by Taryn Jeffries No Comments

Headed out to Spring Training this year? Whether you are local or visiting from out of town, we’ve got you covered with our Spring Training Dining Guides. If the Rangers or the Royals are your team, you might be spending a lot of time at Surprise Stadium, so we want to make sure that you stay well fed and hydrated. If you need a place to eat near Surprise Stadium, we got you!

Where to eat near surprise stadiumCheck out our Guide to Where to Eat Near Surprise Stadium.

Amuse Bouche | 17058 W. Bell Road | Surprise | 85374 | 623.322.8881

Headed out for an early game? Pop into Amuse Bouche for a great selection of breakfast and brunch items. The restaurant specializes in European food, from eggs Benedict to crepes, Belgian waffles to quiche Lorraine.
We Recommend | Corned Beef Benedict | $15 | The priciest of the Benedicts is worth every penny! They make their corned beef in house and you can taste every sprinkle and dash of spices!

PT Noodles | 13749 N, Litchfield Road | Surprise | 85379 | 623.322.8399

PT Noodles offers up some of the best Vietnamese food in the area. The service is always quick and friendly. The menu items contain the highest quality cuts of meat with tons of flavor and texture. Bonus: They have a call button in some booths so you can let your server know when you are ready to order.
We Recommend | House Special Hot Pot Combination | $45 | If you visit with a few friends try one of their house specials. The combination hot pot is enough to serve 3 or 4 hungry diners and has every protein you can think of. So much goodness!

Rito’s | 15643 N. Reems Road | Surprise | 85374 | 623.546.3835

Here in the Southwest, we love our Mexican fare and if you are looking for a seriously good and authentic version you are going to want to pop into Rito’s. This local family owned restaurant is serving up straight-forward, simple and flavorful Mexican cuisine.
We Recommend | Green Chili Beef with Beans | $12.10 | That green chili sauce! It’s amazing, so full of flavor and depth. Cutting through that crispy exterior to dig into the juicy, flavorful beef and hearty beans is an amazing (and delicious) experience.

State 48 Brewery | 13823 W. Bell Road | Surprise | 85374 | 623.584.1095

This local brewery offers up a variety of their specialized craft beers along with some familiar labels. State 48’s menu focuses on from-scratch dishes made with seasonal ingredients, created specifically to highlight the craft beer they are so proud of.
We Recommend | The PB&J Burger | $13 | Combining the comforting flavors of a childhood classic along with a juicy burger may not be your first choice of flavor combinations, but after on bite of this tasty burger it might be. State 48 combines 2 hefty burger pattys with an apricot chili jam, peanut butter and a generous helping of Applewood smoked bacon.

Uptown Alley | 13525 N. Litchfield Road | Surprise | 85379 | 623.975.7529

If you bring in your ticket from a spring training game from a game at the Goodyear, Camelback, Peoria and Surprise stadiums you will receive $5 off a purchase of $15 or more. This is limited to one per person and is valid up to seven days after the game.
We Recommend | The El Diablo Burger | $11 | This beautiful burger comes with candied jalapenos, bacon, red onions, lettuce and a spicy cream cheese. Add in some tater tots and you are golden!

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© Taryn Jeffries 2017

About the Author - Taryn Jeffries

Editor and Chief Eating Officer of PhoenixBites, 2017 Food Writer of the Year (Arizona Culinary Hall of Fame) Taryn grew up in a small town in Illinois with a doting Grandmother who taught her the way around a kitchen and that food is representative of love. Her current quest is to find the love in local dishes and the chefs behind them. In addition to running all things PhoenixBites, Taryn is also a freelance writer, sharing her insight on the best dishes and where to get them each and every month.

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