Arizona Restaurants

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Arizona Restaurants

  • Cowboy Club

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Sedona Restaurants

    Walking into the Cowboy Club is like walking back 100 years. The decor is definitely western themed. The food is pretty good although a bit on the expensive sided. Chicken Pot Pie was almost "home made" tasting."

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  • Mexican

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Phoenix Restaurants

    Ok, nice atmosphere at Biltmore Park. A little dark on the inside. I had to use my cell phone to read the menu. I chose the beef fajitas and a side taco. First, i dug into the "braised short rib" taco. Mmm, an explosion of flavors. I was impressed, and for 3.00 USD I better be. However, after this I had to rely on the flavor of this one taco to get...

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  • Bright Angel

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Grand Canyon Restaurants

    When staying at the Canyon your food choices are somewhat limited. We had breakfast at the Bright Angel since we were staying at the Lodge. The dining room looks like the inside of a Denny's. The view from the windows are nice and we were seated in a comfy booth. Our waitress was quite nice and kept calling us "darlin" (no "g" on the darling). We...

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  • Yavapai -Canyon Cafeteria

    3 out of 5 stars

    Grand Canyon National Park Restaurants

    I'll preface this review with the same points as Maswik Food Court: • It is a cafeteria. Adjust expectations accordingly • It serves thousands of people on a high-season day • It is at a park in the middle of nowhere • It doesn’t score well with people who employ the word “dine” We didn’t eat here on this last trip but have in the past (had...

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  • Havasu Pizza

    Lake Havasu City Restaurants

    The American pizza was our favorite. Crust was delicious and they do not skimp on the toppings. They have other things like strambolis and lasagna. This is not a place to go to eat on the go, orders are made fresh so it takes time. I would recommend it to anyone visiting. We were able to get voucher for 40% off at: http://928Shopper.com

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  • Coffee Pot 101

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Sedona Restaurants

    This was recommended the last time we were here to try it out. We didn’t, but made sure the next visit we would. We all were very satisfied with the food and service. It is most definitely popular with the locals. It was crowed, but we were seated right away. It has this groovey little gift shop as you walk in. They have daily bargains include...

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  • Top 5 My top 5 restaurants in Phoenix...

    5 out of 5 stars

    Phoenix Restaurants

    Mi Comida (My Food) formerly known as Mi Cocina, Mi Pais (My Kitchen, My Country) serves up absolutely wonderful South American food in plenteous portions at rock-bottom prices. the food is mainly Peruvian, Ecuadoran, and Colombian, but there are cameos from various other South American nations, including Argentina. Rosa Rosa is reportedly the...

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  • Steakhouse At The Grand Canyon

    2.5 out of 5 stars

    Grand Canyon Restaurants

    OK SO ME AND MY WIFE STOPPED THERE DUE TO THE AMOUNT OF CARS,RIGHT WE ALL SEE A LOT OF VEHICLES SO IT HAS TO BE GREAT FOOD......WELL WELL WELL DO NOT EAT THERE IT WAS NASTEY AND WE ARE FAR FROM THE WORD ( PICKY) EATERS.....HER SO CALLED TENDER STEAK WAS BURNT AND NASTEY I HAD THE 2 PORK CHOPS WELL IF U LIKE DRY MEAT OR BURNT MEAT THEN HAVE AT...

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  • El Tovar

    3 out of 5 stars

    Grand Canyon National Park Restaurants

    We skipped this one on our last trip as we did it the time before and while it was OK, it wasn’t memorable or worth the triple-digit price tag. So, just to share a couple of personal observations and insights: A lot of tourists expect dinner at this grande dame of canyon hotels to come with a fantastic view, and most of them end up sorely...

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  • Javelina Cantina

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Sedona Restaurants

    We actually saw a javalina driving through AZ. On way way back to Phoenix we stopped in Sedona and asked a local for a good Mexican restaurant. The food was good, prices fair, portions good. When leaving I struck up a conversation with the kitchen staff on the patio. They said many days the javalina come up to eat leftovers. Even though we saw...

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  • Anything and everything

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Phoenix Restaurants

    NIce bricks and mortar in the upscale Biltmore Fashion Park, this eatery has a slightly healthy food twist. I ordered a Bison Burger (leaner than regular burger). It came with a concoction of ingredients, the best being the water cress, cheese, and bread (bun). Let's say the entire menu was a hodgepodge of ingredients thrown together. The...

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  • Maswik

    3 out of 5 stars

    Grand Canyon Restaurants

    As you enter from the reception area, the cafeteria style eatery spreads out before you with several different types of cuisine. The food was passable, but I would not say good. My tuna a disappointment. The vegetables were reheated frozen with little taste. EVen the wine selection was .......hmmm?....colorful....red, rose and white. Fortunately,...

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  • Bright Angel

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Grand Canyon National Park Restaurants

    This is one of three wait-staffed restaurants at the South Rim, and the least expensive of those options - although we noticed that the dinner menu had been upscaled since our last visit. It’s a commodious, casual dining room with windows facing the rim but no canyon view (it sits too far back) so don’t feel as if you MUST land a booth on that...

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  • Sally's Mesquite Grill & BBQ

    3 out of 5 stars

    Sedona Restaurants

    I ordered ribs and a hot dog for my daughter. Her hot dog was hard as a rock on each end and,shriveled and smelled like old pork that had been left out in the air for a week and it was on a cold bun like it had just been brought out of the plastic bag not even toasted or anything. The middle was rubbery and I had a really hard time even cutting it...

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  • American

    4 out of 5 stars

    Phoenix Restaurants

    This place has nice atmosphere and is located in the upscale Biltmore Fashion Park. With a name like this you would think you're in the right place for a good burger. Let's face it my experience was on par with ho-hum. I had the double burger and it was nothing special except it's price. Ten- as in 10.00 USD for the burger, the sweet potato fries...

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  • Yavapai- Canyon Cafeteria

    3 out of 5 stars

    Grand Canyon Restaurants

    You don't have to go out of the Grand Canyon National Park area to quench your thirst and to please your stomach after a long walk on the south rim. A typical self-service cafeteria filled with locals and tourists. I had a rice pilaf topped with mouth watering and delicate tasting salmon, while my wife had a rice and a juicy ham. We had our...

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  • Options

    3 out of 5 stars

    Grand Canyon National Park Restaurants

    The Grand Canyon Village has just about anything you could possibly need. It is like a small town within the National Park boundary. There's a laundromat, showers, supermarket, post office, gift shop, camping supply store, and numerous restaurants catering to different budgets. The one thing you have to like about the Grand Canyon is they do not...

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  • Hideaway

    5 out of 5 stars

    Sedona Restaurants

    I would not have found this restaurant if I had not read about it beforehand...so I guess the name Hideaway is appropriate! It is hidden in the back of a small plaza on Highway 179 just below the "Y." It offers outdoor seating on a balcony overlooking the red rocks and Oak Creek. I ate there for lunch, where the menu offered typical lunch fare such...

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  • Cowboy and western bars/restaurants

    3 out of 5 stars

    Phoenix Restaurants

    Way out in North Scottsdale is an old west type steakhouse called the Pinnacle Peak Patio. The place has been there since 1957 (which is a long time in Phoenix). They have great steaks, great beer, and sawdust on the floors. If you wear a tie there they will cut it off and the ceiling is filled with ties. Kids love the place because it is like...

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  • El Tovar

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Grand Canyon Restaurants

    The El Tovar Lodge has a great reputation and deservedly so. We enjoyed an evening meal with out party of eight and everyone enjoyed their meal. Excellent service, although out server did not quite get it right when I told he I wanted the good cabernet served with the main course. At least she brought it before the main course. Bone in Buffalo...

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  • Maswik

    Grand Canyon National Park Restaurants

    We ate here once on our first trip, and twice on our second: things have improved since that first experience! Let me preface this review with a couple of points: • It is a cafeteria. Adjust expectations accordingly. • It serves thousands of people on a high-season day • It is at a park in the middle of nowhere • It doesn’t score well with people...

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  • Elote Cafe

    5 out of 5 stars

    Sedona Restaurants

    This is the new hot spot in Sedona. Waits for a table good be up to two hours. They do accept reservations. I ended up eating at the bar which is fine for me. They have an outdoor seating area and a separate walk up bar so you can order a drink and sit out on the deck while waiting for your table. Once at the bar, I wanted some guacamole but I...

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  • Barcelona

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Phoenix Restaurants

    I would consider this one of the most romantic restaurants in the valley. To quote their website... "Barcelona’s supper club atmosphere welcomes guests with a magnificent torched entryway, majestic stone columns, and faux painted wall finishes. Our signature domed ceiling with hand-painted dancing cherubs appearing to float overhead sets off the...

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  • McDonald's

    2 out of 5 stars

    Grand Canyon Restaurants

    The McDonalds outside of the Grand Canyon Park was more than expensive. If you consider paying like 5 times the price that you would at your local McDonalds high. I told the employees that I understood we were out in the middle of nowhere, but the prices they wanted were out of this world. You would be better off going to the Bright Angel...

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  • Cameron dining room

    4 out of 5 stars

    Grand Canyon National Park Restaurants

    Whenever I bring my friends and relatives to the Grand Canyon from Phoenix, I always drive them from East to West --- stopping at the Cameron Trading Post before entering the Grand Canyon Park 30 minutes away. In this way, I am sure they are filled up and ready to marvel at the never-ending sights of the Grand Canyon. But the Cameron Trading Post...

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  • Red Planet Cafe

    4 out of 5 stars

    Sedona Restaurants

    We ate here the first night since it looked really fun. We all got a kick out of the décor because it was out of this world. The red glow might seem bothersome to some, but it didn’t bother us. The food was not bad and my boys got a huge kick out of the alien theme. A really neat place to bring the kids. Open 11 AM to 11 PM

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  • Pan-Asian and Pacific Rim

    5 out of 5 stars

    Phoenix Restaurants

    Pei Wei is a good Asian fusion food place. Take out or dine in, the food always seems to come out tasting right. Comparable to Panda Express, I recommend both and hardly any others except Eest Asian Bistro and Thai Basil. Here you get a nice mix of Asian dishes from several countries. The dishes change from time to time and occasionally a new item...

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  • Camp Cooking

    Grand Canyon National Park Restaurants

    Eating in the backcountry is an experience everyone should have to do once. It makes you appreciate food in an entirely different way. First, there is the effort to get the food to where you are. You have to carry everything and weight is a factor. Second, you are hungrier than you normally are due to all the energy expended to get not only the...

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  • Wildflower Bread Company

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Sedona Restaurants

    This is a chain restaurant that has some good breakfast options. The interior is nicely decorated and there is a fireplace in one corner. It is a fast food setup to order food. Approach a counter and place your order, pay and be seated. Someone will bring out your food. When I arrived there was no one on line. After I ordered and sat, the line grew...

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  • Italian

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Phoenix Restaurants

    One of my favorite "comfort meals" is the soup & salad at Olive Garden. Most often we go to the one at 4868 E. Cactus Road in Scottsdale, just eastv of the Paradise Valley Mall, but these pictures were taken at the Metrocenter location. Oh, I like just about anything at Olive Garden. They used to have great swordfish, but it's nbeen years since...

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  • Secret Garden

    4 out of 5 stars

    Sedona Restaurants

    We were looking for a good place to eat which was also pet friendly and found The Secret Garden Café in Tlaquepaque. It's the perfect choice for breakfast, lunch or late afternoon snack, located in a private garden oasis surrounded by a canopy of greenery and beautifully fragrant floral scapes. The meals are prepared with the healthiest and...

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  • Steakhouses

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Phoenix Restaurants

    Go to the Flemings in DC Ranch...the entire atmosphere of that area is great. Flemings has a nice patio area where you can watch the sunset with drinks and/or dinner. Everything is a-la-carte so you can order several side dishes and share. Servers are friendly, prompt and unobtrusive (great when meeting on business). Any of the steaks are amazing....

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  • Dahl & Di Luca Ristorante

    5 out of 5 stars

    Sedona Restaurants

    Prepare to dine slowly. You are definitely no rushed. The pastas are quite good. The wine list is not very extensive but there's something for most palets to be found. The Pasta Bolenese was exceptional

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  • Fastfood

    3 out of 5 stars

    Phoenix Restaurants

    Well, let's start by saying it's overpriced. There is nothing spectacular about their burgers. The atmosphere with big screen TVs to watch is appealing. The place is clean and they have the modern soft drink dispenser (Nice). If I had no other options this place would be OK. But, something is wrong with BBQ when it's not cooked onto the meat. This...

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  • Canyon Breeze Restaurant

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Sedona Restaurants

    Enjoy panoramic views of Sedona's Red Rocks out on the terrace of CANYON BREEZE RESTAURANT. That's exactly what we did. We ordered our homemade ice creams - Hans & I Butter Pecan - Norman Rocky Road and Fitzi Strawberry ($3.95 apiece) and then walked to the back of the restaurant where the terrace is. We sat at a table and enjoyed our ice creams...

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  • Pubs/Brewery

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Phoenix Restaurants

    $8 as of December 2013. The Rose and Crown is a British-style Pub located in the historic Silva House (built in 1900) in Heritage Square in downtown Phoenix. Play pool or foosball, enjoy one of over 50 local and imported beers, eat some pub food (like the Chicken Fingers with Fries that was on special when I was there) use the Wi-fi or just kick...

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  • India Palace

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Sedona Restaurants

    Delicious food, has the full array of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes, unlimited dessert, and some quite tasty mango Lassies. The service staff is fantastic, and the owner is really great. It's all amazing.

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  • steakhouse

    2.5 out of 5 stars

    Phoenix Restaurants

    The menu has breakfast from 7-4PM and prices are $10-20. Most items are $15-30 for lunch. Try dinner out for around $30-50 range for steaks & chops. The menu if filled with so much to choose from that it is mind boggling. It includes Rokerj and Richardson's items combined and takes up about 6 pages of food selections. The inside was dark and too...

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  • Oaxaca Restaurant

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Sedona Restaurants

    When we arrived in Sedona, we went driving first to many trails overlooking the Red Rocks, climbed the Holy Cross Chapel and visited the Bell Rock. Since we didn't have breakfast as we travelled from Glendale, Arizona, we were starving by the time we got to downtown Sedona. It seemed like the heat and the walking took all our energy so we had to...

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  • Grill

    Phoenix Restaurants

    Good, cheap food. Large portions. Fun and funky atmosphere. I personally always order the "EXTRA Groovy Meal Deal..... any entree, fries & a soda for ONLY $5.00!!!" So far my favorite entree has been the "Magic Mushroom Steakburger." First time I went my HUGE order of fries came in a brown paper bag, and they were deLISH!

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  • Open Range Grill & Tavern

    4 out of 5 stars

    Sedona Restaurants

    The food is very good and prices reasonable, but the best part of dining here is the view. The dining room looks out to one of Sedona's buttes knon as Snoopy Rock (looks like Snoopy lying on his back).

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  • Icecream

    4 out of 5 stars

    Phoenix Restaurants

    A part of Arizona's history, this nostalgic restaurant is located in downtown Phoenix. They have been in this same location since the late 1920's. If you are in Phoenix stop by to get an old fashion Phosphate water (quite good), malts, ice cream soda, or homemade soups and sandwiches. Classic Chocolate Malt. Flavored Phosphate water is good too...

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  • Yavapai Restaurant

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Sedona Restaurants

    We celebrated my husband's birthday at Yavapai Restaurant at Enchantment Resort. It certainly was another world. We did a test drive in daylight to check out the route. Unfortunately the sun was mostly down by the time we arrived for our reservation. Everything was excellent, except I felt that my scallops with over-garnished. The service was...

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  • Cheesecake factory

    4 out of 5 stars

    Phoenix Restaurants

    The Cheesecake Factory is a kind of upscale appearing place with a huge menu of mouth-watering choices making it hard to chhose what to eat and even harder to remember to leave room for some cheesecake. The atmosphere was fairly formal but there were people (like me) in jeans too. The food was great as was the service. Hours are 11 AM to 11 PM...

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  • Rene At Tlaquepaque

    5 out of 5 stars

    Sedona Restaurants

    Rene at Tlaquepaque is the perfect classy restaurant to enjoy a celebratory or romantic dinner. It has an elegant, European-style ambiance, and is one of my top three favorite restaurants in Sedona for a special occassion. It is expensive and always over $50/person if you have a glass of wine or mixed drink with dinner, but is well-worth it for the...

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