Food and Instagram go together like peanut butter and jelly. Like burgers and fries. Like guacamole and chips. If you’re not hungry by now, take a look below at some of our favorite Phoenix food Instagram accounts showing off the city’s irresistible eats. And we know they say seeing is believing—but you’d better come try it all, just to make sure.
We're glad this user is hungry in Phoenix, because as a result their Instagram is full of mouth-watering local food and wisdom such as, “Go ahead. Order the dessert.”
Pictured: Mora Italian
The self-titled “Professional Food Eater” rounds up a variety of vibrant dishes, including fresh menu debuts, current restaurant deals and new openings.
Pictured: Gadzooks Enchiladas
Follow the mantra of this Instagrammer’s name, and you won’t go wrong with their picks for brunch, lunch, dinner and sweet treats around town.
Pictured: Waffle Love
This “blacklist” is actually a delicious feed of culinary discoveries, centering around midtown and uptown Phoenix.
While some of the photos are the geeks’ own recipes, their account is also dedicated to showcasing Phoenix feasts.
Pictured: The Herb Box
It’s a treat just to scroll through @brooklyn409’s pics and videos, including international and Asian locales.
Pictured: Da Vang
Local food writer Christina Barrueta also shares what she’s eating on her Instagram account—and we’re equally jealous and grateful.
Pictured: Blue Hound Kitchen & Cocktails
It’s not just new Phoenix food that fills up this feed—there’s plenty of popular favorites to dig into.
Pictured: Welcome Chicken + Donuts
Through everything from favorite dinners to poolside snacks to decorated doughnuts, this Instagram feed inspires an answer the age-old question in its account name.
Pictured: Postino Winecafe
This handy account is a visual guide exclusively to restaurants and coffee shops accessible from Phoenix’s light rail system, which runs through East Valley cities Mesa and Tempe to Downtown and Central Phoenix. The nearest stop is included on each post.
Pictured: Nook Kitchen Downtown (now closed)