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have to eat inside jobing.com arena - best of the lot???

chowing kat Oct 8, 2010 12:10 PM

OK. My niece and her new hubby are going to be in Phoenix for 2 night, with one of them going to a hockey game at Jobing.com arena. Since the game starts at 6pm, they won't have a chance to get dinner beforehand and they are leaving early the next morning to drive to L.A.
Out of the choices available at the arena, what would be the best choices? They are from back East, so they'll know nothing of the stands except the the national chain-type stuff.


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    mdepsmom Oct 8, 2010 02:41 PM

    I think there is a Samurai Sams there. That would be my first choice - I love their teriyaki bowls.

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      kmarg Oct 9, 2010 09:05 PM

      See if you can get club level tickets. They have a great buffett up there that is as good is it gets in the arena. As far as the vendors on the concourse go, Tortilla flats does a good quesadilla, and the brats at the deli stands are passable.

      1. themis Oct 10, 2010 07:52 PM

        I guess I don't see as where they have to eat inside the arena, unless it will absolutely kill them to miss a second of the game. It's in the Westgate Center which has a number of sit-down and fast-casual restaurants, and there are TVs everywhere, and the announcers are piped outside of the stadium. There is a Tuscan Oven, a Johnny Rockets, a Which Wich, a Moe's, a Shane's Rib Shack -- those are all fast casual. For sit down, there's a Yard House, Margaritaville, Kabuki, Gordon Biersch, Camarones, etc.

        Shane's Rib Shack
        2501 W Happy Valley Rd#50-1280, Phoenix, AZ

        Gordon Biersch
        6915 N 95th Ave, Glendale, AZ 85305

        Which Wich
        9404 W Westgate Blvd Ste C102, Glendale, AZ 85305

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