There are dozens of great restaurants for lunch in downtown Phoenix, and here are the ones you’re most likely to run into us.
The best thing between sliced bread can be found on the corner of Washington and First Street.
1 N. First St.
Twenty former shipping containers get repurposed at The Churchill, where you'll find local restaurants serving up mouthwatering sandwiches, pizzas, tacos and more.
Three famed Phoenicians: Restaurateur Aaron Chamberlin, Chef Suny Santana, and Artist Gennaro Garcia join forces at a tasty taqueria in the heart of downtown Phoenix.
501 E. Roosevelt St.
With a menu that rotates daily and changes seasonally, grab-and-go lunches don’t have to sacrifice nutrition or flavor at Tasty Box.
621 N. Seventh St.
No matter when that lunch craving hits, head to the Grand for everything from Cauliflower Bites to the Mac & Cheese Burger. Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
718 N. Central Ave.
Made-to-order poki bowls can be found at Oh My Poki, where there's over 400 different ways to customize your lunch.
21 W. Van Buren St.
A local favorite with world-class pizzas. However, it’s the lunch menu’s salads and sandwiches you’ll want to dig into midday while soaking in the ambiance of the 1913 bungalow and airy patio.
603 N. Fifth Ave.
A mecca for the pizza obsessed, Chris Bianco’s nationally-lauded restaurant is famous for its wood-fired pies and seasonal menu options.
623 E. Adams St.
When a taco craving hits—which it often does—Crescent Ballroom’s Cocina 10 is our first stop downtown.
308 N. Second Ave.
In a haven of cool and comfort, this Fox Restaurant Concept serves impeccably crafted bar bites, seafood, and cocktails.
2 E. Jefferson St.
This ale house may be dominated by its massive chalkboard of 31 tap list offerings, but it doesn’t skimp on its hearty food offerings either.
810 N. Second St.
With food so good they have to stay open for lunch, Matt's Big Breakfast has received national attention for its simple yet delicious fare.
825 N. First St.
Thai Basil and Tom Yum
If you’re looking to spice up your lunch, head to Adams Street between Central and Second Avenue where you’ll find this duo of Thai restaurants.
114 W. Adams St.
Find a nice spot on the outdoor patio for a Mediterranean and Southwest-inspired menu of soups, salads and sandwiches (and come back at night for live music and drinks).
128 E. Roosevelt St.
Tucked on a corner of 1st Ave, this inconspicuous sushi shop is a hidden gem serving amazing rolls, tempura and other favorites for a great price.
114 W. Adams St., Suite C101
A long-standing family recipe results in delicious, wood-fired pizza, flavored with Mediterranean sea salt and high-quality sauces.
705 N. First St., #120
Cornish Pasty Co.
With a pasty menu spanning from chicken pot pie to Guinness stew, you're guaranteed a good meal at this English favorite with five Phoenix-area locations.
Downtown: 7 W. Monroe St.
Grab authentic Mexican food without leaving Phoenix at Centrico, with classic street tacos, sopa tortilla, queso fundido, and more mouthwatering bites.
202 N. Central Ave.
A former department store houses this downtown Phoenix staple. Learn about the history behind the restaurant over prosciutto salad and carne pizza.
40 N. First St.
Province Urban Kitchen and Bar
Located in The Westin Phoenix Downtown, Province features clean, simple cuisine using seasonally fresh ingredients.
The Westin: 333 N. Central Ave.
This unique, yet cozy and familiar pub features freshly prepared options from hummus and vegetable crudite to pork belly sliders.
1 N. First St. Suite 108
Stomach barking like a dog? Head to Blue Hound, a contemporary American gastro-lounge, with menu highlights including a seared tune salad and a BLT&Egg sandwich.
Kimpton Hotel Palomar: 2 E. Jefferson St.
The only thing better than breakfast for breakfast is breakfast for lunch. Opt for a signature egg concoction or enjoy a hearty sandwich, wrap, or salad for lunch.
2 E Jefferson St., Suite 22-213