Where to eat near Milwaukee Brewers spring training at American Family Fields of Phoenix – The Arizona Republic

Longtime Brewers fans might remember this stadium in its former life as Maryvale Ballpark, before it underwent a massive renovation and debuted as American Family Fields of Phoenix in 2019. The stadium offers a number of Wisconsin-inspired fare, like The Bratcho — kettle chips topped with bratwurst and nacho toppings — but when in Rome (or, Phoenix), you should eat like a local.
Perfect for satisfying pre-game or post-game cravings, here’s where to eat and drink near American Family Fields of Phoenix.
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Mouth-watering Sonoran-style tacos are the specialty at this popular counter-service Mexican restaurant. Mesquite-grilled carne asada is the highlight, and you’ll also find less common cuts like beef lengua (tongue).
Details: 2929 N. 43rd Ave., Phoenix. 602-682-7701, tacarbon.com.
This Pueblo-style Mexican restaurant serves cemitas — almost the size of a catcher’s mitt — the sesame seed bread roll sandwiches feature breaded steak, ham, chipotle sauce, papalo, onion, avocado and stringy Oaxaca cheese. Also try the Lebanese-influenced tacos árabes made with cumin-marinated pork.
Details: 4012 N. 75th Ave, Phoenix. 623-247-1055, lapoblanitaphoenix.com.
This longstanding family-friendly Mexican restaurant boasts festive decor and a huge menu of Mexican-American combo plates like cheesy chiles rellenos and machaca. The restaurant has a popular happy hour from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. daily and 99-cent margaritas on Tuesdays.
Details: 6542 W. Indian School Road, Phoenix. 623-846-2636, poposmexicanfood.com.
Tortas Paquime serves up classic Mexican street food like tortas a la plancha (Mexican sandwiches pressed on the grill), tostadas, burritos and huge assortment of antojitos (“little cravings”). The family-friendly restaurant is also a neveria and bakery, so you can grab ice cream and pan dulce.
Details: 4344 W. Indian School Road, Suite 1, Phoenix. 623-848-8616, tpqfoods.com.
This popular family-run Vietnamese restaurant serves 20 renditions of pho, the popular Vietnamese beef noodle soup. Rice platters like Com Bi Cha Thit Nuong, made with savory grilled pork and slices of steamed egg meatloaf, are equally memorable as are the unique desserts.
Details: 2844 N. 43rd Ave., Phoenix. 602-269-3383.
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