This place serves up cowboy-style steaks or chicken, broiled over mesquite and served with salad bar, cowboy beans and the ever-present bread and butter. Choose from beef cuts that include the immense 2-lb. porterhouse or a 'cowgirl'-sized 1-lb. T-bone steak. For the little tykes, there is a separate menu with choices of a strip steak, chicken or burger. Go ahead with your family to T-Bone Steak House and you are sure to have a good time.
When a TV personality asked a local celebrity chef where she could find funky and fiery Southwestern food, he didn't hesitate. "Los Dos Molinos," the chef replied. Chef and Owner Victoria Chavez's spicy New Mexican cuisine is sought after by diners. Zagat's Survey has listed it as one of the top restaurants in Phoenix. The restaurant decor is an authentic hacienda style. You'll have plenty of time to browse the gift shop if you show up on a weekend night.
If you are a fan of green and red chillies sauces, Mexican-style chorizo sausage, hefty burros and sauce-soaked enchiladas, then find your way here. The Mexican comfort cuisine is inexpensive and the service is fast and friendly. It gets extremely busy here at lunch, so come early or plan to wait. Though the decor is simple, it offers a full range of Sonoran-style Mexican dishes such as burros, enchiladas, tacos, plus hand-made tamales and tortillas.
Located in the Ahwatukee area of Phoenix, this neighborhood hangout has long been a popular place to gather for Happy Hour, sports on television and weekend music and dancing. Though called Cactus Jack's, the bar and grill isn't overly Southwestern-styled. Big-screen TVs, pool tables and dartboards dominate the decor. The usual pub-style food is available with burgers, sandwiches and snacks. A few Sonoran-style Mexican entrees (burritos, tacos) are also offered. A fairly good tequila list and a wide range of beers will satisfy your thirst.
Here, the friendly staff serves up a bountiful array of farm-fresh soups, salads and over-stuffed sandwiches that you can enjoy in the peace and serenity of a shady grove of pecan trees. Great fun for the whole family! The restaurant itself is a real farm cottage; the dining room is a sprinkling of picnic tables in the pecan grove. The chef uses top quality organic produce, grown on their own farm to create flavorful, ultra-fresh soups, salads and sandwiches. Artisan breads are also baked on-premises.
As its name so aptly suggests, this cafe opened almost two decades ago as the Ahwatukee's first Mexican eatery. It offers a full menu of Sonoran-style cuisine, from breakfast through dinner. Here you will find a comfortable, family style atmosphere and decor with colorful south-of-the-border accents. Burros (larger than burritos), tacos and platillos (plates with meat, rice, beans and condiments) are prepared using authentic recipes.
The Phoenix Airport Hilton's sports bar offers an all-day menu along with satellite sports television and a full bar. Subtle Southwestern decor probably goes unnoticed when rooting for your favorite team. Menu specialties include burgers, salads, sandwiches and appetizers. After your hunger is sated, check out the downtown happenings in Copper Square.
At Caffé Boa you can choose from an all-day menu features appetizers, salads and pastas. Ahwatukee location is popular as an after-work destination for Phoenix commuters who live in this suburb. Tempe location, at 709 South Mill Road, offers a funkier, cottage-like decor and a street-level patio that's perfect for people watching. Please check the website for updated timings.
Diners will enjoy this Western-theme mountaintop steakhouse at the Pointe South Mountain Resort. Besides good food, the restaurant features live country music for listening and dancing, and banquet facilities for up to 1,500. Ranch-style furnishings and cowboy memorabilia add to the casual, country atmosphere. Huge steaks include a 2-pound porterhouse. The menu says, "If you can eat this, we'll let you keep the knife."
2435 South 47th Street Hilton Phoenix Airport Phoenix, AZ 85034
The Entertainment Dining Guide has called this the Valley's "Best Kept Secret." Located at the Hilton Phoenix Airport, this restaurant serves contemporary Southwestern cuisine in a casual atmosphere. Territorial-style furnishings in subtle desert hues are comfortable and casual. The signature Prickly Pear Cactus Shrimp features succulent crustaceans lightly glazed with a special house prickly pear barbecue sauce. Other entrees include Roasted Chicken with Candied Garlic and Peppered Pork Tenderloin with Portabello Demiglace.
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