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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.

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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.

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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.

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