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About Angel Stadium – Lexus Diamond Club Restaurant
*PLEASE NOTE THAT EACH GUEST MUST HAVE A DIAMOND CLUB OR SUITE TICKET TO GAIN ACCESS TO THE DIAMOND CLUB FOR DIRT EVENTS (SUPER CROSS AND MONSTER JAM). THIS RESTAURANT IS ONLY FOR INSIDE SEATING. *
Welcome to the Diamond Club RESTAURANT (Inside). Located next to the home plate gate on field level, the Diamond Club features a cocktail bar and a dining lounge that offer sweeping views of Angel Stadium. Major renovations are currently underway in the Lexus Diamond Club Kitchen in preparation for the 2018 Angels Baseball season. These renovations will prompt some changes to our service for the 2018 Motorsports season, in comparison to events you may have experienced in past years. Buffet service will not be available at this time, however a la carte options will be available to those dining with us.
There will only be one 5:00 pm seating available for all DIRT EVENTS. RESERVATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CANCELLATION 15 MINUTES AFTER THE TIME OF THE RESERVATION.
Anaheim, CA 92806
Contemporary American, Californian, Bar / Lounge / Bottle Service
Hours of Operation:
LOS ANGELES ANGELS HOME GAMES
- 2 Hours Prior to First Pitch
- Tables will be held 15 minutes and released to general seating unless restaurant is able to accommodate the reservation.
- Table time duration in place. First seating guests' will have up to 30 minutes prior to first pitch in order to accommodate the 2nd seating.
- First Pitch
State College Blvd
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
ARTIC Train Station
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Wheelchair Access
Angel Stadium – Lexus Diamond Club Restaurant Ratings and Reviews
Won tickets and a pass to the diamond club,from work. WAY too expensive for normal people! And we were treated like trash from the moment we walked in. I wouldn't recommend going there unless you're one of those kind of people.....which aren't there to see a baseball game anyways
It's always a treat to see what they've prepared for the buffet although we did miss the entrée menu, which has been discontinued. The girls at the front desk seemed to have trouble remembering me as I kept waiting for a patio table and I'm not sure they actually put me on the waiting list. We basically gave up our reservation when we chose to wait for outdoor seating so we just stood around being ignored for about 30 minutes. Finally they told us no patio table would be available and seated us inside. The manager comped two drinks each for our inconvenience, which was very nice, although we only had one each. After dinner a patio table opened up so they moved us outside for dessert and coffee. Overall a very nice evening at the ballpark.
The buffet does not have many options. Especially for vegetarians. Also They don't have regular menu service on Sunday, not everyone enjoys brunch and they need to keep that in mind. For the price definitely NOT worth it. There was also a bug in my strawberry salad and no manager ever came to apologize and the server just took it away like it was a common occurrence without any apology either. Very disappointed.
Part of the pleasure of eating there for my group is always the gelato and sorbet assortment. When my husband went to get some he was told by the server that they were out and this was early in the second seating. She said that she had forgotten to get some. Not sure what that meant. She took off "running" and then came back with two flavors. Odd and unusual for the Diamond Club.
If you've got the bank, it's a fun way to have a meal at the ballgame. It's a long way from a bag of peanuts and a steamed hotdog. And it's also a way of dealing with a manageable number fellow sports fans.
The service was the best part of the evening, our waitress sang to us. And the food was varied and good. This was a good way to watch Angels baseball.
Second time in two week. Beware buffet only. We still miss the traditional menu instead of just buffet. They changed the buffet menu items which is good. The quality is good. Outstanding service, Sammi is great. We have had her for our server for three years.
Hint: You can order bar menu items as long as you also order the buffet.
It was $50 each for a lunch buffet. No options on meals. Everyone gets the buffet and they were going to kick us out in an hour and forty five minuets so they can seat the next reservation. So four people with drinks well over $300 for buffet and get rushed out of our table. No thank you, We went into the bar and ordered appetizers and we had our food and drinks there. That was great!
Every year the price goes up and the quality of food goes down. Someone at the Angels front office should take a look at and eat there. Perhaps the price needs to go for payroll of those $20 million dollar players. We have been season ticket holders and have been going to the Diamond club. After this visit it will be our last. Even a small bottle of water at the seat is $5.75 + $1.25 tip. Gas is $3 a gallon.. Water at your seat in Angel Stadium is close to $30 per gallon.
Plus we had 3 people at $325 a seat x 3 = $975 and a $225 food bill in the Diamond club.
$1200 for 3 people to watch a baseball game. Ridiculous !!!
The buffet was at a cost of $49.95 per person. For the selection and poor quality of the food, I am sorry to say it was not worth it. The location and service was great. It was our first time eating there, glad we did it, but would not do it again.
We went the second night of the season, so perhaps they are going to improve things and just don't have their act together yet. No longer do you choose an entrée, but instead the entire meal is a buffet of small plates. Some of the small plates were very good, like the crab cakes and salads. Unfortunately, several others were just fair to poor. The tri-tip was cold and had been sitting out for a while. When we told our waitress, she suggested that we ask for a freshly cut piece of meat. When I went up and asked for a fresh portion, it was room temperature. The carne asada tacos were chewy and also cold. Even when we asked for a new portion, it was cold. The tandoori chicken was tough and cold. Again we were disappointed. Those manning the food stations cooked up large amounts of food and left it sitting. It would be better to cook it as people are at the food stations so that everything would be tender and fresh. The cheese and cold cuts were good, as well the several interesting salads. For the price of $49.95, I would say the food was not a good value. Our waitress was terrific, and she even offered to go get us different helpings. We have been season ticket holders for many years, and this was the first time we were very disappointed. I hope that they iron out the kinks because we have always loved this place.
My wife and I enjoyed the experience at the LDC Restaurant very much. It offered an opportunity to have a sit-down, tabled dinner inside the ball park, making it unnecessary to either eat at a separate stop before the game or to struggle with food and drink in our stadium seats (and laps). Our server inquired if it was our first time and explained nicely how it worked when we indicated that it was. The served entre selections were a bit limited, but the appetizer, side dish and dessert buffet selections more than made up for that and offered a nice array of palate pleasers. We definitely enjoyed the option of returning for more buffet selections as the game progressed. We recommend the Lexus Diamond Club as a real positive addition to the live ballgame experience.
I always eat at Diamond Club when I go to an Angel Game and have always enjoyed the dinning experience before the game, but this time they forgot to pay their electric bill and it was extremely warm & uncomfortable inside the restaurant.
I wont be back until the weather cools off .......
This is only open to people with high dollar Angel tickets so it is a limited group. Since we only get these tickets once in a great while, we do not have many chances to eat there. Since there was only one veggie meal available, I did not have a choice. However, it was good enough and since there was a buffet for salads etc., I did find enough to eat. A bit pricey, considering my entree, but it was still a good experience.
The food quality is getting worse
I have been many many times over the years and was embarrassed to have business clients and pay this high of a price for such terrible quality
Very sad to see it go down. The service is good and they really try to do a good job
As a 25 plus year season seat holder I am done with this restaurant
Most of the food was good. Appetizers are served buffet style and you can have as much as you want. You choose your entree off the menu, but the items are basic: chicken, salmon, raviolis. You may upgrade for an additional fee which is quite pricey. Service was good.
First time there. Waitress did not inform us or ask us whether it was our first time. We saw the buffet tables, so thought it was a buffet meal. Only after we loaded up at the buffet table, and virtually had our "meal," did she inform us that first page of the menu book which we thought was the beverage list, listed the choices for our dinner. So, we actually paid full price for what were "appetizers!"
If you are fortunate enough to have Diamond Club Seats for an Angels game, you should go ahead and make a reservation for dinner at the Diamond Club, you wont regret the experience! The buffet is well laid out with a wide variety of appetizers, salads and side courses to accompany your main entre, plus there is the dessert bar! A great way to enjoy a game. Outside seating is especially cool...
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