Guy Fieri’s restaurant will be the main attraction at the Caesars Sportsbook Arizona location at Chase Field.

Guy Fieri Restaurant to Anchor Caesars Sportsbook Arizona Location at Chase Field

The top figure in sports betting is partnering with the mayor of Flavortown.

The Arizona Diamondbacks announced on Monday that a Guy Fieri restaurant concept will be the featured attraction at the new Caesars Sportsbook opening at Chase Field this spring.

The latest Arizona sports betting location will be housed in the former Game 7 Grill, located on the northwest side of Chase Field.

Last year, Fieri, the well-known Food Network host of “Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives,” introduced his delivery-only restaurant idea, Flavortown Kitchen, to the Phoenix region.

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Experience Caesar’s with Fieri

Caesars Sportsbook is expected to open at Chase Field in time for the Diamondbacks’ home opener on April 7 at 6:40 p.m. against San Diego.

The restaurant and sportsbook will be open year-round, with the sportsbook offering a 20,000-square-foot, two-story area for both indoor and outdoor seating options. Situated near the ballpark, fans attending games will need to use Arizona betting apps to place bets on sports events.

Derrick Hall, President and CEO of the D-backs, stated that the restaurant offers a unique and exciting opportunity for those dedicated to delivering exceptional dining experiences for guests and sports fans. He characterized it as a chance to be involved in a cutting-edge concept in food, gaming, and baseball at Chase Field right from the start.

The Diamondbacks and Caesars kicked off sports betting at Chase Field on September 9, marking the first day of legalized sports betting in the state.

Sports Franchises Opening Sportsbooks

Caesars will operate the second full-service sportsbook at Chase Field, making it the second of its kind run by a professional sports team in Arizona.

FanDuel Sportsbook Arizona and the Phoenix Suns have partnered to operate a popular retail sportsbook situated at the Footprint Center.

This autumn, The Footprint Center, just a short stroll away from the newly opened Caesars Sportsbook, buzzed with excitement as fans gathered to watch Arizona Cardinals games.

In January, the Cardinals announced plans to debut a 17,000-square-foot BetMGM Sportsbook at State Farm Stadium in preparation for the 2022 season.

DraftKings Sportsbook Arizona is currently in the planning stages for a retail location at TPC Scottsdale. An official opening date has not been confirmed at this time.



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