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Camelback Ranch: Where to eat and drink before or after the game
Where to eat and drink nearby:
This Long Beach, Calif., franchise takes drink-menu variety seriously. Near the stadium in Westgate City Center, the restaurant and bar offers more than 100 beers on tap. Order one of their specialty burgers, such as the Hawaiian burger with chopped pineapple, pepper jack, aloha sauce and garlic aioli and fries ($11.25).
Details: Loop 101 and Glendale Avenue, Glendale. 623-872-3900, yardhouse.com.
Keep the rowdiness of the game alive at this dueling-pianos bar at Westgate. In addition to live entertainment and decent bar food, one of the biggest draws is the 32-ounce Big Ass Beer Cup ($7, with $5 refills) of Bud, Bud Light, Coors Light or Miller Lite. Get there before 7 p.m., or bring cash on Fridays and Saturdays for the $5 to $10 cover charge.
Details: Loop 101 and Glendale Avenue, Glendale. 623-772-1500, theshouthouse.com.
This pub brings a bit of the Emerald Isle to Westgate, offering Irish-American fare and a full bar. The place is packed with dancing partiers on the average weekend, but it really comes alive during spring training. Enjoy happy-hour deals, DJ music and 40 plasma televisions.
Details: Loop 101 and Glendale Avenue, Glendale, 623-872-0022, mcfaddensglendale.com.
If you’re looking for something heftier than a hot dog, check out this popular downtown Glendale restaurant and bar. Along with a selection of pilsners, lagers and Hefeweizens, the Bavarian-themed menu includes a sausage sampler, giant pretzel and multiple variations of schnitzel.
Details: 5739 W. Glendale Ave. 623- 939-2480, hausmurphys.com.