Buzz-worthy eateries are as plentiful in Greater Phoenix as cactuses, and they come in just as many varieties. Some are the creations of celebrity chefs who grace the pages of magazines and the sets of cooking shows. Others are local gems that serve Southwestern and Mexican dishes crafted from homegrown ingredients such as peppers, pomegranates and citrus fruits.
In between you’ll find flavors from faraway lands and cozy wine bars that pair fantastic food with great grape. And if you’re hankering for some meaty American fare, be sure to swagger into one of Phoenix’s famous steakhouses.
From the best places to cozy up with coffee to top spots for Middle East eats, Latin cuisine, tempting Thai dishes, and lots more, we've got you covered.
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The famed Pizzeria Bianco, local favorites Cibo and La Piazza, plus a wave of new pizzerias give downtown credence as a must-visit destination for pizza fans.
Phoenix offers an array of BBQ joints that serve a variety of styles of barbecue, from Tennessee to Texas.
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In these selections from our PHX Stories, local writers take us on a light rail pub crawl, indulge in Southern cravings, take a slice out of Phoenix's pizza scene, and more.
With one of the state’s only USDA-certified organic farms, Bob McClendon brings the desert’s bounty to Phoenix restaurants and farmers markets.
A transplanted Southerner satisfies her hankering for the tastes of home at these local joints.
In Midtown and Uptown, eat/drink/shop gathering places thrive where strip malls once stood.
Who needs a car when a ‘conveyor belt’ can transport you between Central Phoenix dining and drinks?
Bitter & Twisted barman Ross Simon takes writer on a tour of his favorite Central Phoenix cocktail spots.
Phoenix's newest restaurant row has popped up on a short stretch of North 7th Street.
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