. Caesars Sportsbook at Arizona Diamondbacks’ Chase Field Now Open

Caesars Sportsbook at Arizona Diamondbacks’ Chase Field Now Open

Written By C.J. Pierre on June 24, 2022Last Updated on January 30, 2023

The Arizona Diamondbacks and Caesars Sportsbook add yet another team to the state of Arizona’s sports gambling business.

In downtown Phoenix, the Caesars Sportsbook lasting financial gambling site is now operational. It is situated directly across the plaza from Chase Field‘s key entrances.

Guy Fieri & rsquo’s DTPHX Kitchen + Bar will open at the same time as the launch. This brand-new, top-notch casino and full-service restaurant partnership provides a very special experience.

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Inside the brand-new Caesars retail sportsbook is What & rsquo.

The new Caesars Sportsbook and Guy Fieri’s DTPHX Kitchen + Bar are replacing the old Game 7 grill. What once was a prime location for Arizona Diamondbacks fans is now a premier site for sports bettors.

The two-story, 22,300 square-foot facility is now the largest freestanding sportsbook in Arizona and the largest retail sportsbook to open in partnership with a major sports stadium across the nation. This new retail betting location slides right into an already thriving Arizona sports betting scene.

The location has 13 self-service gaming kiosks and nine gaming windows. Wall-to-wall flatscreen televisions and a fantastic garden area with tables and comfortable lounge-style seating are also available for sports fans. More than 425 people can fit in the betting. Additionally, personal space is available for hire.

We’re very proud to bring Caesars Sportsbook, Guy Fieri & rsquo, S & nbsp, Kitchen + Bar to Chase Field and Downtown Phoenix, according to Eric Hession, Co-President of Caesar’s Digital. & ldquo, This location offers both activities and non-sports bookmakers, locals and visitors alike, an experience they can’t find anywhere else. & rdquo,

Previously, bets could be placed near the ticket windows on the Fourth Street side of the ballpark. Fans can now walk inside the property to place their bets and order food from the full-service restaurant. D-backs President & CEO Derrick Hal says it’s an incredible time for fans, sports enthusiasts, and also the D-Backs organization.

Hall said,” We are proud to collaborate with Caesars Entertainment and Guy Fieri to bring a year-round first-class sportsbook, restaurant, and event space to downtown & nbsp, Phoenix, & rdquo.” For an exceptional guest experience, every aspect of this active venue has been properly planned, including the food, design, and service. & rdquo,

Sports betting became legal in Arizona last September. On that day, Chase Field became the first MLB stadium to allow sports fans to place bets in person.

Inside Guy Fieri & rsquo, DTPHX Kitchen + Bar, Caesars Sportsbook

The opening of Guy Fieri’s DTPHX Kitchen + Bar at Caesars Sportsbook marks the celebrity chef’s first-ever full-service restaurant in Arizona. The restaurant offers scratch-made food, signature and classic cocktails and an extensive beer and wine menu.

Additionally, the menu includes a mix of fresh dishes and Fieri & rsquo’s personal favorites from his other eateries. For instance, Fieri & rsquo, the renowned Trash Can Nachos ($ 20 ), and there & requo. Additionally, there is the award – winning Bacon Mac & lsquo, n & rsquo, Cheeseburger ($ 18 ).

Another selection stand – pitches include:

    Jalapeno Pig Poppers: andouille and cheese – stuffed jalapenos wrapped in maple bacon and then smoked and glazed with bourbon brown sugar barbeque sauce($ 18 )
  • Real Deal Dilly Wings: a dozen wings with dill pickle salt, garlic butter and buttermilk ranch & nbsp,($ 16 )
  • Motley Que Pulled Pork: pulled pork shoulder smothered in Guy & rsquo, s bourbon brown sugar sauce, stacked with citrus slaw, pickle chips, aged cheddar cheese, onion straws and donkey sauce on a toasted pretzel hoagie & nbsp,($ 17 )
  • Blackened Salmon: pan – roasted salmon with blackened & ldquo, dirty & rdquo, fried rice, charred asparagus and garlic – lime compound butter & nbsp,($ 28 )
  • Cheesecake Challenge: half of a New York – style marble cheesecake topped with potato chips, pretzels and hot fudge & nbsp,($ 24 )

Fieri has opened cafes all over the country alongside Caesars. He says working with them to open a restaurant in Arizona was an easy choice.

& ldquo, The idea of bringing this next – level restaurant concept to Arizona, a place where I have showcased more than 30 restaurants through & lsquo, Diners, Drive – Ins and Dives & rsquo, over the years, was a no – brainer for me, & rdquo, said Fieri.

Caesars Sportsbook is now open Monday through Thursday from & nbsp, 9 a. m. to 11 p. m., on Friday from & nbsp, 9 a. m. to 1 a. m., on Saturday from & nbsp, 8 a. m. to 1 a. m., and on Sunday from & nbsp, 8 a. m. to 11 p. m. & nbsp, Guy Fieri & rsquo, s & nbsp, DTPHX Kitchen + Bar is open Sunday to Thursday from & nbsp, 11 a. m. to 10 p. m. & nbsp, and on Friday and Saturday from & nbsp, 11 : 30 a. m. to 10 p. m. & nbsp, for food service and until & nbsp, 1 a. m. both nights for beverage service. The location will also be available during D – tails off days and have expanded hrs during football season.

Photo by Caesars Entertainment, Inc.
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CJ Pierre is a multimedia journalist who now resides in Arizona’s Phoenix-Metro Area. For more than ten years, he has covered news and sports for both TV and virtual channels. He is a graduate of Minnesota State University, Moorhead, and was born and raised in Minneapolis. In addition to covering high school, college, and professional athletics throughout his career, CJ has encounter as a writer and video. most somewhat after the soccer teams of North Dakota State University, Arizona Cardinals, and Phoenix Suns.

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