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Black Bart's Steakhouse

Enjoy the finest in oak-broiled steaks, seafood, prime rib, and more in a unique and unforgettable setting at Black Bart’s. Its history is unlike any other dining establishment in Arizona in that it was born of the talents of local students! Back in 1979, Black Bart’s was actually an RV Park, but its owners had a vision of transforming it into a steakhouse filled with musically and theatrically inclined students from the nearby Northern Arizona University. The tradition continues today as Black Bart’s offers a full musical revue including entertainment running the gamut from Disney to 80s hits. Oh, and don’t miss the cocktail menu, which features drinks inspired by the Southwest.


Brix Restaurant & Wine Bar

Contemporary and cool, yet warm and inviting, Brix is owned by the same team behind Criollo and Proper Meats, so you know it’s amazing. They are so focused on spotlighting all things local, and do so while simultaneously shining a light on big, bold, savory and sweet flavors that will make you swoon. Brix is so locally focused, in fact, that they work to bring in ingredients sourced from the local farmers and ranchers of Northern Arizona and the Four Corners region. As impressive a cocktail and wine bar as it is a dining destination, Brix’s drink menu is an eye-popping 14 pages long, filled to the brim with local beers and wines as well as regional, national and extremely exotic options.


Criollo Latin Kitchen

Speuializing in Latin – inspired fusion from South and Central America including Mexico but also Brazil and even Haiti, Criollo Latin Kitchen offers a killer brunch and one of the most popular happy hours in Northern Arizona in addition to its award winning dinner fare. It’s been recognized by the likes of Arizona Highways and USA Today In fact for it’s blending of cultures and flavors across it’s menu. At brunch think everything from huevos rancheros to pancakes infused with mescal. At lunch and dinner don’t miss the posole, anything with chorizo, the chicharron’s and Navajo fry bread.


Josephines Modern American Bistro

Refined without being pretentious Josephine’s Chef Tony Consentino uses the seasons to direct his menu taking advantage of the best produce and seafood from across the country. Month by month and often suggesting wine pairings from the Wine Spectator- awarded wine menu to accompany each dish. Of particular note in summer months is his achiote smoked pork osso bucco which is slowed braised and served with a luscious Tillamock green chili polenta and sautéed baby vegetables.


Lotus Lounge

Among the most recognizable of locales and landmarks in downtown Flagstaff is the Hotel Monte Vista (or Hotel Monte V as it is most commonly called), whose storied history dates back to the 1920s. It’s no surprise that a venue as iconic as Hotel Monte V has a similarly epic dining option in Lotus Lounge. Definitively Asian with some of the freshest fish in the state, Lotus Lounge boasts nigiri, sashimi and sushi rolls as well as a full menu of soups, noodles, rice and full entrees bursting with far out, Far East flavors.


Nomads Global Lounge

Hidden gem alert! Imagine no televisions or fried bar food in a college town restaurant. Imagine an elegant-yet-casual setting, decorated with a global theme serving affordable small-plate fare with recipes inspired from around the world. Imagine this restaurant located in the former lobby of the oldest continually operating Motel in America, in the heart of downtown Flagstaff. Discover why it’s one of the highest rated Yelp restaurants in town including a worldly complement of cocktails, beers and wines. Welcome to Nomads Global Lounge located in the historic (1929) Motel DuBeau. Oh, and for a giggle, check out the light switch in the Ladies Room.


Shift Kitchen and Tapas Bar

Located in the heart of Downtown Flagstaff, Shift Kitchen and Tapas Bar is among the newest eateries making waves in the area. Like Coppa, the restaurant is owned and operated by a husband and wife culinary team, and the space holds just 34 guests at a time, which includes an intimate eight-set interactive chef’s counter where guests can watch the chefs cook just inches away. Decadent pastries and coffee are offered during the morning shift, while Shift’s dinner-only menu features shareable plates of progressive dishes that create a modern dining experience through the use of both familiar and exotic ingredients.


The Silver Pine Restaurant

Set amongst 500 acres of pristine Flagstaff forest and just miles from all of Downtown Flagstaff’s top attractions, The Little America Hotel, a four-diamond property, has been making headlines for more than just its location. In recent years, the award-winning hotel completed a more than 14,000-square-foot interior and partial exterior renovation to update the property, initially built in 1973. The enhancements include the addition of a modern, contemporary lobby with Southwestern flair and an impressive bar and restaurant called The Silver Pine. Even if not staying at the hotel, the restaurant’s creative cocktails, gastropub-meets-comfort-food menu and expansive patio (with heaters) that offers a view of both the stars and woodlands is worth a visit.


Tinderbox Kitchen

Though only 10 years old, Tinderbox Kitchen is often named among the restaurants credited for helping to re-launch the foodie movement in Flagstaff, and assisted in re-inventing the “Southside” neighborhood of the city, which now also includes Root Public House and several other restaurants. Focused on providing progressive – but not pretentious – American comfort food, the menu is often eclectic and always changing (think crispy duck confit served in a skillet with toasted quinoa and braised greens then doused in a perfect juniper duck broth). The restaurant itself has become so successful, in fact, the owners were able to acquire the space next door a few years ago and re-imagined it into “The Annex,” a hip, indoor-outdoor cocktail bar with real-deal mixologists and then recently took over the space next to that, creating a casual atmosphere where pastry and bakery meet all-day noshing goodness called the Tourist Home All Day Cafe.