Restaurants in Arizona

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Enjoy down-home chicken-fried steak or breakfast enchiladas while admiring the extensive collection of Route 66 memorabilia (much of it dates back to... Read More

Cure a serious iron deficiency with a thick cut of steak, ostrich, bison, or the tried-and-true liver and onions. Don’t pass up the margaritas. Read More

The restaurant serves good home-style grub—breakfast kielbasa-and-potato omelettes, pot roast, and yes, wonderfully juicy burgers. Read More

The restaurant serves up hearty breakfasts (try the Navajo-style huevos rancheros). Read More

At Kai in Phoenix’s Sheraton Wild Horse Pass Resort, the focus is on Native American cuisine. Meaning “seed” in the Pima language, Kai... Read More

Get a literal taste of Native American culture at Kai, which means “seed” in the Pima language. The restaurant at the Sheraton Wild Horse Pass Resort... Read More

Serious wine lovers will appreciate Kazimierz’s listing of 2,000 wines from around the world, which regularly earns recognition for its depth and value.... Read More

A nostalgic ’50s-style joint serving coke floats from an old-fashioned soda fountain. Read More

LGO is one those perfect neighborhood spots. Drop in early for the signature fresh-squeezed O.J., and try out the killer Commuter egg sandwich, served... Read More

They used to make and sell the pizza at La Grande Orange out of a little market, but the pies became so popular that they opened a full-size restaurant... Read More

Chef Richard Sandoval regularly earns kudos for his high-end take on Mexican cuisine: grilled trout with Poblano cream, lobster tacos, and chicken in a... Read More

Travis Nass’ creative, yet not overly frou-frou drinks attract a cocktail-savvy crowd to the bar at The Heromosa Inn, a boutique hotel in the desert... Read More

This venue closed when the resort changed to a Waldorf Astoria property. ... Read More

The simple, flavorful dishes (many of them vegetarian) won’t break the bank Read More

For a city with such a small African-American population (just over 5 percent, according to the latest census), Phoenix boasts some surprisingly good... Read More

Situated in a residential neighborhood near Camelback Mountain, Hermosa Inn’s flagship restaurant serves American-Southwest cuisine, using fresh... Read More

You’ll find good hearty barbecue and smoked pork—plus plenty of old-timey atmosphere—at the town’s oldest continually operated... Read More

Once the home of cowboy artist Lon Megargee, this elegant yet cozy restaurant embodies the essence of old Arizona. Western flavors rule, with roasted,... Read More

Take heed: the motto for this Phoenix standard is “Some like it hot.” From the green and red salsas served with homemade tortilla chips to... Read More

Owner Azucena Tovar draws upon her Central Mexican roots in crafting a deliciously original menu. For something on the lighter side, try the fig and... Read More

A mecca for the health-conscious set with its fair-trade coffee, all-vegetarian menu, and decadent baked goods like fruit tarts, brownies, and cheesecakes. Read More

The margarita is Arizona’s unofficial state cocktail, and with 10 salt-rimmed options to choose from at the Mission, you’ll understand why. Among my... Read More

Sit at the counter for a beer and the spicy, lemony Seven Seafood Stew. Read More

Just the mention of AZ88 to its devoted regulars brings the same response: Oh, the martinis! This place knows how to shake (or stir) a mean dirty... Read More

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