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Experience the Park Chase Field Fan Guide
Chase Field offers a broad selection of tempting eats, ranging from the traditional grab-and-go munchies to the opportunity for a hearty sit-down meal in a restaurant overlooking the field, with plenty in between.
For the hungry fan who doesn’t want to wander far from his or her seat, a diverse set of general concessions featuring recognizable brand names dot the main concourse: Panda Express ($7.50 2-item plate), Garcia’s ($5 burrito), Fat Burger ($6.50 burger), Peter Piper Pizza ($5.75 8” pie), and Gordon Biersch ($7.50 burger). In an interesting arrangement, Illinois’ Hungry Hill Sangwich ($6.00 meat ball w/marinara) has found a sister location exclusively in Chase Field. The wide umbrella of Levy’s Restaurants includes Big Dawgs ($9 foot-long brat), Red Hot ($7.00 catfish tenders), Ribbies BBQ & Wings ($7.50 pulled pork sandwhich), and Taste of the Majors ($7.50 Philly cheese steak).
Exclusive snack sellers include Cold Stone Creamery ($6 waffle cones), Mike & Sharon’s Cactus Corn ($4/$6 kettle, gourmet, or old fashioned), and Double Headers- Snacks, Bites, Beers ($4.50 peanuts, $3.50 pretzel, $3.00 assorted candy).
Friday’s Front Row Sports Grill is the only full-dining option for general admission tickets at Chase Field. The restaurant is owned by the mostly forgettable TGI Fridays chain, but for ballpark eats it’s a pretty good option. Situated above left field, the restaurant features multi-tiered dining areas for a maximum number of vantage points. “It’s a restaurant feel while you’re watching the game, and our prices are actually cheaper than many of the concessions,” says Chip of Phoenix, one of Front Row’s managers. The demographic is diverse, and its stats are impressive: 39 digital flat-screens, 700-person capacity, and 18 outdoor tables ($8.39 sesame jack chicken, $9.29 cedar seared salmon pasta, $17.99 Jack Daniels glazed ribs).