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Where to Eat at Chase Field, Home of the Arizona Diamondbacks

Yes, including the churro dog.

Chase Field, Phoenix.
Chase Field, Phoenix.
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Chase Field is home to the Arizona Diamondbacks, but it's also the place to find some pretty flashy stadium food — including some dishes making their very first appearances this season. Here's where to eat at the Phoenix ballpark, no matter how hungry you are.

Of Note at Chase Field

Churro Dog. [Photo: Arizona Diamondbacks]

Churro Dog — Announced earlier this year to much fanfare, this new creation sees a cinnamon churro housed inside Long John chocolate-glazed doughnut and topped with frozen yogurt, caramel, and chocolate sauces. Calories? An estimated 1,117. Price? $8.50. Where: Sections 114 and 123.

D-Bat Dog — Behold an 18-inch corn dog. It's wrapped in six slices of bacon and it's filled with melted cheese. And, of course, it's battered and deep fried. The D-Bat Dog, coming in at a cool 3,000 calories, arrives with a pound of fries to round out the $25 meal. Where: Section 130, Taste of Chase.

New Additions to the Stadium

Above: Sonoran Dog and D-Back Dog. Below: America's Taco Shop.

Food Truck Alley — Two to three rotating food trucks will serve just outside Gate A on game days. Get hungry once you're already inside the stadium? This area will be accessible to ticket-holders. Where: Outside the stadium near Gate A.

Taste of Chase — It's not just massive corn dogs at Taste of Chase: Fans can also pick up a bacon-wrapped Sonoran Dog with pico de gallo, beans, and mayo, as well as a footlong habanero sausage topped with the same toppings — plus guacamole — called the Venom Dog. In addition, there's the Ring of Wings, a pepperoni and sausage pizza ring topped with a dozen spicy chicken wings and served with blue cheese dressing and marinara. Where: Section 130.

Lo-Lo's Chicken and WafflesDeemed an institution, this area favorite will open a stadium outpost this year. Expect fried green tomatoes, spicy corn fritters, and red velvet cake alongside the namesake dish. Where: Section 141.

Ball Park Poppers — This State Fair-inspired stand offers deep-fried cheeseburger poppers, jalapeno poppers, and something called "grand slam cheese sticks." Where: Sections 106 and 310.

Head this way to AZ Snake Pit for more information on stadium newcomers, like America's Taco Shop (sections 115 and 314), Guy Fieri-approved burgers (121), frozen yogurt (138), and craft beer at the Draft Room, located in right-center field.

Stadium Dining by Location

As is expected, there are hot dog stands and pizza purveyors all across Chase Field. But what else is around? Grab a table at barbecue-style Game Seven Grill, a sit-down restaurant located on the Gila River Casinos Plaza, or head to any of these stands throughout the stadium.

  • Gluten Free Cart: 106
  • Cappuccinos, Etc: 106, 307
  • Panda Express: 110
  • Hungry Hill Sangwich: 112, 122, 315, 326
  • Wetzel's Pretzels: 121, 320
  • Bowls & Wraps: 126
  • ReyGloria's Tamales: 137
  • A-Zona Mexican Grill: 208
  • Steakout Grill: Section 214
  • Liquor Bar: Sections 109, 114, 127, 129, 136, 217, 324
  • Oasis Beer Garden: Sections 300, 332
  • Beer Carts: 104, 108, 110, 113, 116, 121, 124, 126, 128, 134, 136, 140, 141, 205, 216, 306, 308, 311, 314, 318, 323, 328

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