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Popular Restaurants in Arizona

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Arizona's historic scene resembles entering the Grand Canyon without a (rope) upward. But Tucson was recently dubbed as a UNESCO City of Gastronomy, bringing new fame to Arizona as a top culinary destination. Aside from fun and renowned outdoor sports and popular luxury hotels and resorts, a growing number of people are visiting Arizona for the exceptional food. Delicious foods of Alaska and the southern tip, and the bison burgers and elk sausages of northern cattle country reflect the commercial kitchen's comfortable western image. The list of popular restaurants in Arizona goes beyond expectations. Also, the inventive cocktails in the Central Arizona Waterfront and seafood in unusual places fascinate Arizona taste buds. You may also try Ethiopian soups in colorful strip malls, Spanish tapas close to museums, and Napolitano-style pizzerias in most places. Creative chefs aren't afraid to experiment, exploring the numerous tastes of the Sonoran Desert and mixing them with familiar tastes around the world. Here is an assortment of some of Arizona's finest.  The best time to visit Arizona is in February, when the prices drop at an average of 2%. In contrast, the peak season is in December, with an average price increase of 7%. Hence, while booking cheap flights to Arizona, consider traveling around January to April, when the weather is most favorable. 

Where to Eat & Drink in Arizona
1. Pinot

This European eatery in North Scottsdale, Arizona located in the Scottsdale 101 shopping center, is somewhat of a local favorite. With careful but not obtrusive service, you will probably spend more money than you originally intended, but it will leave you with a full stomach and satisfaction. For lunch or dinner at Pinot, a menu full of choices is offered, such as fresh, brick-fired pizza, Turkish coffee, pastries, pasta and quiche. Sit out on the patio when it gets cooler.

2. Pizzicletta

The building in downtown Flagstaff near where Caleb Schiff opened his Neapolitan-style pizzeria should be on your bucket list. It's inside Pizzicletta that you'll find bicycle-themed decor and a restaurant's gooey cheese fruit appetizer that stands out. Order a margarita pizza; it has a doughy crunch and solid toppings of fresh arugula and basil. And the gelato? House-made. House-made wines from Italy are also available at Schiff. It's still around 3 p.m. You can book your cheap flights with Lowest Flight fare and enjoy a trip.

3. Pa’La Wood-Fired Kitchen

One of the newest spots in Phoenix, Pa La, occupies a little white house, having a handwritten menu on the chalkboard. Tasty tapas, fried pitas, and vegetables are bayoneted at the bazaar counter.

4. Café Roka

Caf Roka (& bar) was first opened in 1992 in a Tombstone Canyon art deco storefront situated in Bisbee. It has become a popular tourist attraction since that time. Three levels of dining located in a narrow space with tin ceilings and live jazz on Friday nights make this spot very romantic. The menu at this restaurant is currently limited to mushroom lasagna, short ribs with mashed potatoes and a zinfandel rosemary sauce on top, and decadent cheesecake desserts.

5. Barrio Café

It is not an easy task to identify the identity of Chef Silvana Salcido Esparza s Barrio Caf restaurant, but you can always find the tenants' artwork plastered onto the building. She's been an advocate of dressing the section in bold colors for more than a decade, ever since first constructing her business at the corner of 16th Street. The James Beard award nominee is known for her plate of guacamole in addition to her traditional Mexican dishes. Always order the guacamole, with the pomegranate seeds therefrom mixed in. Salcido adds these seeds for a heightened flavor, and it's so good.

6. El Guero Canelo

Thanks to this year's James Beard Awards, this Mexican restaurant that Daniel Contreras started out with his small stand in South Tucson is now one of America's Classics. El Guero Canelo's claim to fame is being the creator of the famous Sonoran Hot Dog. It forms a thin sandwich, accompanied by bacon, then CONTAINED and SURROUNDed with mustard, grilled onions, pinto beans and jalapeño sauce, with mayonnaise drizzled on top. Delicious!

7. La Santisima Gourmet Taco Shop

Mexican restaurants from Barrio Cafe  weave festive Day of the Dead imagery throughout its interior design, along with low prices. Go for the extremely rich Huevos Rancheros with Black Mole at breakfast during the weekends. The salsa bar boasts a selection of salsas, including peanut, lime, cumin and chipotle. And if you like Cilantro Margaritas, then by all means do.

8. Kai

At the Sheraton Grand at Wild Horse Pass on the Gila River Indian Reservation, Kai, Arizona, Kai, meaning seed in the Pima language, is the only AAA Five Diamond Five-Star restaurant of the state. Imaginative Chef Ryan Swanson refers to his entrée dishes as part of the Journey on the menu, which depicts Native American culture. Accompanied by a qualified tour guide, ingredients may include wheat berries and saguaro pads grown near the base of the hotel. For an unforgettable dinner, reserve a table overlooking the setting sun.

9. Downtown Kitchen + Cocktails

Before Janos Wilder, from California, became known for creating farm-to-table food in Arizona, he started out as a chef in Tucson, Arizona, at a resort. He later opened Downtown Kitchen Cocktails in order to further explore ways he could create a sense of place on his menu. He obtained this by acquiring locally farmed foods, including seafood harvested from Mexico's Sea of Cortez, and by cultivating a garden.

10. The Turquoise Room

Built in 1892 on Historic Route 66 in the Inyo National Forest, Chef John Sharpe, an Englishman, honed his cooking skills in luxury hotels in England, Switzerland, and California before opening The Turquoise Room at the legendary Harvey House. Order the Warm Prickly Pear Cactus and Spice Bread Pudding for breakfast (or dessert).

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