The 2010 Major League Baseball All Star Game will be happening this year on July 13, 2010 and will be broadcast on Fox. For those of us lucky enough to be in the Anaheim area on that day or if you can make it out to Anaheim, the game will be played at Angels Stadium. Many exciting players will be on hand at the event but for all the fans involved, you need to be able to eat! while stadium food has advanced beyond hot dogs, peanuts, and Cracker Jacks, Anaheim is a great place for tourists to come and relax. If you’re considering heading out to the 2010 MLB All Star Game you should find your way out to one of these four following restaurants.
JT Schmid’s Restaurant & Brewery (2619 East Katella Ave Anaheim CA 92806. 714-634-9200.) Who doesn’t like to go to a ballgame and get a beer? At JT Schmid’s Restaurant & Brewery, fans can come out early, come out for extended periods, and totally get their buzz started before they even leave the pub. Serving ribs, chicken, pasta, and steaks is good; offering an exotic blend of hand-crafted premium ice cold brews is the real deal.
Benihana (2100 East Ball Rd Anaheim CA 92806. 714-774-4940.): Though they are a chain, the long running dinner show put up at Benihana seven nights a week makes this sushi and Asian cuisine destination the perfect spot for your pre-MLB All Star Game festivities. Moreover the Benihana in Anaheim is right next to Angel’s Stadium and Disneyland!
Jagerhaus (2525 East Ball Rd Anaheim CA 92806. 714520-9500): For a true MLB All Star Game experience you should have some food with ethnic flair. So it goes for Jagerhaus; a casual yet elegant attitude combined with the authentic German cuisine makes Jagerhaus an Anaheim destination and key component when you’re out at the 2010 MLB All Star Game.
Ralph Brennan’s Jazz Kitchen (1590 Disneyland Drive Anaheim CA, 92802. 714-776-5200.): A final stop for your 2010 MLB All Star Game dining in the vicinity of Angel’s Stadium just might be Ralph Brennan’s Jazz Kitchen. Serving up beignets, gumbo, jambalaya, red fish, and bread pudding with whiskey sauce, the Ralph Brennan families hospitality and food-service esthetic has been around for more than 60 years. Ralph Brennan carries the torch for his family today and this would be one fine spot to hit when you’re on the town of Anaheim for your MLB All Star Game festivities this year!