The Food Network has been giving some serious love to Phoenix— so we decided to brag roundup all the Greater Phoenix restaurants that have been featured.

 

The Parlor Pizzeria

Parlor Pizzeria is a recipient of some Food Network love being named as the best pizza in Arizona on the “50 States, 50 Pizzas” list. The particular pie named is the Salsiccia, that comes loaded with mozzarella, cheddar, grilled radicchio and locally sourced spicy pork sausage.

1916 East Camelback Road, Phoenix

Parlor Pizzeria
The Salsiccia pizza at The Parlor

 

Urban Cookies

This local bakery was crowned a winner on the Food Network’s Cupcake Wars.

2325 North 7th Street, Phoenix

 

The Coffee Shop at Agritopia

Another recipient on an episode of Cupcake Wars, the Coffee Shop offers flavors that change daily.

3000 E. Ray Road, Gilbert

 

Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives Features

Guy Fieri apparently loves Phoenix with over a dozen Phoenix eateries being featured on his Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives show on the Food Network. The following restaurants have received a visit from Mr. Fieri:

 

Tortas Chano (formerly Roberto’s Mexican Food)

39510 N. Daisy Mountain Road Drive, Anthem

Tortas Chano
Tortas Chano. Photo via Facebook

 

Los Taquitos Grill

Guy loved the tacos, but we’re partial to the carnitas burrito.

4747 E. Elliot Road and 7000 N. 16th Street, Phoenix
 

Chino Bandido

Make sure when you go to tell them it’s your first time and sample all the flavors.

15414 N. 19th Avenue, Suite K, Phoenix

 

Matt’s Big Breakfast

Worth the wait. Guy loves The Chop & Chick and the waffles. (He also chose Matt’s The Chop & Chick on The Best Thing I Ever Ate).

825 N 1st St, Phoenix

 

Over Easy

4730 E. Indian School Road, Phoenix

 

Giuseppe’s on 28th

2824 E. Indian School Road, Phoenix

 

La Piazza Al Forno

5803 W. Glendale Avenue, Glendale

 

Haus Murphy’s

5739 W. Glendale Avenue, Glendale

 

Joe’s Farm Grill

3000 East Ray Road, Gilbert

Joe's Farm Grill
Joe's Farm Grill

 

Thee Pitt’s Again

5558 W. Bell Road, Glendale

 

Perk Eatery

6501 E. Greenway Parkway, Scottsdale

 

Curry Corner

1212 E. Apache Boulevard, Tempe

 

DeFalco’s Italian Eatery

2334 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale

 

Barrio Cafe

2814 N. 16th Street, Phoenix

Barrio
Barrio Cafe

 

The Duce

525 S. Central, Phoenix

 

St. Francis

111 E. Camelback Road, Phoenix

 

The Best Thing I Ever Ate Features

Many of the Food Network Chefs have also chosen dishes at Greater Phoenix restaurants for the show The Best Thing I Ever Ate. The following dishes have been featured:

 

Toffee Banofi Sundae from Sweet Republic

 9160 E. Shea Boulevard, Scottsdale

Sweet Republic
The Toffee Banofi Sundae at Sweet Republic. Photo via Facebook

 

Rosa Pizza at Pizzeria Bianco

623 E. Adams Street, Phoenix

 

Los Dos Molinos

8646 S Central Ave and 1044 E Camelback, Phoenix

 

The Kalamata Sandwich from Queen Creek Olive Mill

25062 South Meridian Road, Queen Creek

 

French Onion Soup from Zinc Bistro

15034 N Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale

 

Sticky Buns from El Chorro

5550 East Lincoln Drive, Paradise Valley

 

Waffle Dogs from Over Easy

9375 E. Bell Road, Scottsdale and 4730 E. Indian School Road, Phoenix

 

Southern Fried Chicken from Mrs. White’s Golden Rule Café

808 East Jefferson Street, Phoenix

 

The Chop & Chick from Matt’s Big Breakfast

825 N 1st St, Phoenix

 

And last but not least, two Phoenix area Chefs have been featured on Iron Chef; Mark Tarbell of Tarbell’s (3213 East Camelback Road, Phoenix) and Beau MacMillan of Elements at Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain (5700 East McDonald Drive, Scottsdale).

 

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