Best Dining For Spring Training Baseball Fans Around Phoenix

Hilarye Family Travel, Food 1 Comment

Spring Training is a fun time of year to gather as baseball fans and root for the hometeam, even though you are likely far from home. Although there is nothing like enjoying a hot dog and coke at the stadium, cheering on your favorite players can work up quite a hunger. Try on of these independently owned restaurants the next time you are in town!

Phoenix Public Market

Phoenix Public Market Cafe

Phoenix Public Market, downtown Phoenix

The very best the state of Arizona has to offer in agriculture, fresh jams and honey, baked goods, prepared foods, and specialty items. I had the breakfast burrito which was delicious.

fresh local fruits and veggies

breakfast burrito at Phoenix Public Market

Culinary Dropout in downtown Scottsdale

A gastro-pub with a relaxed atmosphere and a delicious “easy” menu. Pub inspired food all with a modern twist.

Culinary dropout sandiwch

One of the best French dip sandwich’s I’ve ever had


Culinary drop out creme brulee

Caramel popcorn creme brulee

Pink Pony Steakhouse, Scottsdale

pink pony steakhouse

Pink Pony Steakhouse

Scottsdale’s longest running restaurant that was re-opened in 2011 while staying true to it’s roots. The restaurant origgianlly opened in 1949 and has attracted baseball fans and players ever since. Delicious steakhouse with favorites for all generations including pigs in a blanket.

pink pony steakhouse meatballs

Delicious meatballs from the Pink Pony Steakhouse

The Arrogant Butcher, CityScape Phoenix

An open dining room and a exhibition style kitchen, The Arrogant Butcher features delicious urban style comfort food. Make sure to try the sloppy joe (I’m serious it’s delicious!).

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