When the Arizona Diamondbacks take the field Friday at Chase Field it will be the first time they’ve played a meaningful game in front of fans in over a year. Fans attending games this year will notice new food and drink options along with the ability for mobile ordering.
New food items also include items from locally owned Gadzooks and Danzeisen Dairy. Here are some new food items fans can snack on during the game.
Gadzooks (located at Sections 116 and 314)
Poblano Cheesesteak (Shaved Philly Ribeye, American Cheese, fire roasted poblano chile, barbecue aioli, battered onion straws)
A 25% discount off purchases at Taste of Chase for those using a Chase credit or debit card
The Still at Cutwater- Award-winning distillery Cutwater Spirits will have an assortment of ready-to-enjoy canned cocktails, including limited-edition cans of its popular classic Vodka Mule featuring D-backs marks.
Fry’s Grab n’ Go- Unique stands throughout the main concourse stocked with small bites, drinks and pre-packaged goods available to purchase quickly.
For more information about what else you can expect at Chase Field for the 2021 Major League Baseball season head to the Diamondbacks website.
Oktoberfest becomes Husstoberfest when Huss Brewing Company celebrates the traditional German eating and drinking festival at their Taphouse at Uptown Plaza. Saturday October 19th guests will enjoy locally made bratwurst and other authentic German fare from Schreiner’s and the untapping of Huss’s Bavarian style Marzen beer. The full bodied dry beer is copper red in color and has slightly malty sweet taste.
Other award-winning Huss beers will be poured in traditional German steins. Gourmet caramel dipped apples will be available from Not Your Granny’s Apples food truck.
Husstoberfest takes place from 12- 6 p.m. at 102 E. Camelback Rd. Suite 160 Phoenix 85012.
Scottsdale beer garden Brat Haus celebrates the fall harvest kicking off Oktoberfest on Saturday, September 17th starting at 4pm and lasting late in to the night. The open air beer garden will serve traditional Oktoberfest cuisine including knockwurst, schnitzel, brats and beer to chug it down with.
Part of proceeds donated
A portion of ticket and food sales will be donated to benefit Honor Flight Arizona www.honorflight.org , a non-profit to honor veterans and helps transport them to war memorials to pay respects to their fallen soldiers who made the ultimate sacrifice when in the military.
Music and festivities
This years festival starts later in the day and is a 21 and older event with more grown up games being played.
4-10 p.m. Beer Garden Games
4-10 p.m. DJ
5 p.m. Oktoberfest Tapping (first 100 through the door get a tasting from firkin)
5:30 p.m. Brat Haus Brat Eating (First to finish one Das Brats)
6 p.m. Lederhosen Contest
6:30 p.m. Dirndl Contest
7 p.m. Badass Beard Contest
7:30 p.m. Lazer Etch Stein Holding
8 p.m. Brat Haus Brat Eating (First to finish one Das Brats)
8 p.m. Lederhosen Contest
8:30 p.m. Dirndl Contest
9 p.m. Lazer Etch Stein Holding
Pre-sale tickets are available online or at Brat Haus for $8 and are $10 on the day of the festival. Show up in your lederhosen or dirndl and you get in for free. www.brathausaz.com
Brat Haus is at 3622 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale, AZ 85251