Get ready, baseball fans: Pitchers and catchers have reported, full-squad workouts are getting underway, and exhibition games will begin next week. That’s right, the 2016 MLB season will be here before we know it, and in the meantime, each team will get a few weeks to figure out and finalize its roster before heading home.
If you plan to attend one (or more) of the 30 team’s spring training games this year, you might want to know a little bit about each of the stadium’s surrounding areas. More specifically, what is there to eat?
Whether it’s for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, there are ample options for dining around — but not all of them are spectacular, and not all of them are necessarily convenient to the stadiums. We looked exclusively at eateries within a five-mile radius of each stadium, and picked the best place to grab a bite, be it from a fancy, four-diamond establishment, a popular local diner, or a friendly neighborhood tavern.
So as you get ready for baseball, leave the food decisions to us, and instead just concentrate on debating and deciding which pitchers should make the starting rotation, and who should be batting cleanup for your favorite team.
Stay tuned for Part 2: The Cactus League.
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