It's no longer the only Thai restaurant in town, but it remains most folks' favorite. With enticing dishes such as Evil Jungle Princess, who can blame them? A wide variety of vegetarian options are among the curries, rice and noodle dishes on the menu. Satays and Tom Yum Gai soup are also favorite options. The staff is very willing to customize the dishes to fit your desired level of spice and your dietary restrictions. Full bar service is available. The dining room is Asian-style sparse but welcoming. An Asian beer makes a great accompaniment to the food.
Just east of Downtown Flagstaff on historic Route 66, this has long been a favorite local choice for Sonoran-style Mexican cuisine. The building is rustic and the decor festive in the Mexican tradition. Service is efficient and friendly. A full range of specialties runs from tacos and tostadas to burritos, enchiladas to combination plates. Full bar service is available.
Since 1973, this eatery has satisfied local cravings for perfect pies. Order them by the slice or whole, and the Italian treats will be served up (or delivered) hot, fresh and flavorful. Stromboli, calzones and lasagna are also local favorites. Beer and wine are served. Much of the business is take-out and delivery, so don't expect much more than a friendly, neighborhood atmosphere. Concentrate on the quality of the food rather than the under-whelming atmosphere; you'll be more than satisfied.
Walk under the shark, past the row of what looks like old brightly painted race car seats, and you're entering the party zone. This Cabo San Lucas/Puerto Vallarta/Acapulco-inspired cantina is fun and funky. It's a favorite place to drink, dine and dance any night of the week. The menu tends toward the tropical with items like Mango Chicken and Margarita Shrimp. Buckets of shrimp, huge burritos and fish and shrimp tacos are also favorites; all at reasonable prices. Live music on weekends will put you in a "fiesta" state of mind.
If you're expecting belly dancers and an exotic atmosphere, you might be disappointed. With its bentwood furnishings, brick walls and plethora of plants, this place is more like a Boston college-area cafe or a Seattle eatery. But, don't let its looks deceive you, it serves some very authentic Middle Eastern and Mediterranean fare. Many vegetarian selections are on the menu, as are seafood, poultry and steaks. At lunch, choose from hot and cold sandwiches and pasta dishes. Full breakfasts are served, as are baked goods and specialty coffees. Dinner main courses are mostly in the $10-15 range, breakfasts and lunches $4-8.
The two dining rooms here are decked out in different decors: one has sunny yellow walls and a more airy feel, while the other has a sports classic East Coast Italian styling with brick walls and painted tin ceilings. No matter where you're seated though, you still get the same great meals. On the menu, you'll find both traditional and creative pasta dishes. There is also a wide variety of appetizing entrées such as the Shrimp Parmigiana and Pine Nut Crusted Chicken.
This is one of Flagstaff's most popular places for those of the non-nightclub set, especially those of the vegetarian persuasion. Works by local artists grace the walls, and the menu includes everything from amaranth to tempeh. The outdoor deck is a favorite place to sip an espresso and read, or discuss current events and environmental issues. Remember, this is a laid-back kind of place, so don't expect speedy service.
You will just have to stop by to find out. Other than the mysterious pies, this popular Flagstaff brewpub offers ales that have been made on-site, using traditional brewing methods. The menu offers cuisine that is both made with, and matches well with, the beers. So grab a seat at the bar and hoist a mug of Mogollon's best. The atmosphere is friendly and the place virtually screams "brew pub" with its production paraphernalia. Both bar and table seating are available for dining. Live music is offered six nights a week. Pizzas, sandwiches and a few hot items are offered with its house-brewed beers as a main ingredient.
Yes, you'll find traditional burritos, tamales and tacos here, but you'll also find more creative fare, not to mention a more healthful approach to Mexican cuisine. The kitchen's lard-free cooking uses only pure vegetable oils, an artery-sparing alternative to the usual fat-laden fare. Be sure to try the Green Chile Tamales and the Chicken Posole Stew. Many vegetarian dishes are also offered. Sip an unusual tequila/wine margarita along with your lunch or dinner. This place feels a lot more like earthy Flagstaff than many of the pseudo South-of-the Border restaurants in town.
Salads, sandwiches, soups and baked goods are made fresh daily using top quality natural ingredients at this favorite Flagstaff market and deli. You'll never find any artificial flavors, colors or preservatives here. Anyone with vegetarian dietary preferences (no matter how strict) or special dietary restrictions should give this place a try. A few tables are available for dining in, but most of the business is on a take-out basis.
Walk under the shark, past the row of what looks
like old brightly painted race car seats, and you're entering the party zone. This Cabo San Lucas/Puerto Vallarta/Acapulco inspired cantina is fun and funky. It's a favorite place to ...
From its lacy cafe curtains to its country furnishings and
accessories, this little Flagstaff gem is warm and welcoming. Maybe that's why it's one of the city's favorite breakfast and lunch spots. Be ready for a bit of a ...
Jay McCormick and Carolyn Young's downtown art space may be
tiny, but the proprietors pack a whole lot of local talent into this petite boutique. Internationally recognized local artists are the focus here. Two and three dimensional media including ...