Arizona All-Star Game Postgame Scene

Arizona All-Star Game Postgame Scene After Tuesday's 82nd MLB All-Star Game concludes at Chase Field, much of the action will take place near the downtown Phoenix ballpark, with activity also heading north and northeast of the city center.

These areas will be a bevy of activity after the game, as well as during Wednesday.

For those staying put in downtown Phoenix, the Sheraton Downtown Phoenix Hotel and the Hyatt Regency Phoenix will be hopping once the game is in the books.

Downtown dining and nightlife options of note include: Kincaid's, Portland's, Alice Cooperstown (owned by Alice Cooper) and Majerle's Sports Grill (owned by former NBA player Dan Majerle).

The players and coaches are staying at the Arizona Biltmore Resort & Spa, located eight miles north of the ballpark. This legendary property serves as the hotel of choice for many MLB and NBA teams when visiting Phoenix.

Off Camelback Road, just south of the Biltmore sits the Ritz Carlton, Phoenix. This property is also a center of baseball activity.

Nearby dining hotspots include: Morton's The Steakhouse, McCormick & Schmicks, Ruth's Chris Steak House and the Capital Grille. All these venues can be found within a few block stretch of Camelback Road.

A 10 minute drive east on Camelback brings fans to the famous Phoenician Hotel and a 15 minute drive leads folks to the heart of Scottsdale, the dining and nightlife hub of the Phoenix Area.

The vibrant W Scottsdale will be hosting a postgame party. The Montelucia Resort & Spa and the Hotel Valley Ho will also be centers of action.  

Don & Charlie's Steak House is a favorite of the sports community, as noted during iFollowSports's Cactus League spring training coverage. Mastro's City Hall Steakhouse will also be a place to be.