GET THEE TO FLAGSTAFF: 15 MUST-VISIT SPOTS TO EAT & DRINK

HEAD UP NORTH FOR EXCEPTIONAL LOCAL CUISINE AMONG THE EVERGREENS

Flagstaff isn’t just a pit stop on the thanks to the Grand Canyon . neither is it a tourist trap — the food scene and dedication to local ingredients has exploded over the past few years, making it deserve each day trip, or better yet, a full-fledged food vacation.


There’s plenty to see out.


BRIX

413 N. San Francisco ST., FLAGSTAFF, AZ 86001





Locally farmed, sustainable, and organic food is that the focus of Brix in Flagstaff. The beverage is purified via reverse osmosis. They also feature a seasonal cut of pork from Tucson-based E & R Pork.


For more information, visit brixflagstaff.com.


CRIOLLO LATIN KITCHEN

16 N. San Francisco ST., FLAGSTAFF, AZ 86001





Sister restaurant of Brix, Criollo has seasonal menu updates featuring Latin cuisine.


Past favorites included Cuban-braised brisket referred to as Ropa Vieja and therefore the Brazilian hearty beef and turtle bean stew Feijoada. They also specialise in working with local and regional farmers throughout Arizona and therefore the Four Corners region.


For more information, visit criollolatinkitchen.com.


DELHI PALACE

2500 S. WOODLANDS VILLAGE BLVD., STE 8, FLAGSTAFF, AZ 86001





Another gem tucked away during a mercantile establishment , Delhi Palace offers exceptional Indian cuisine even Londoners rave about. Get the Saag Paneer.


For more information, visit delhipalaceflagstaff.com.


DIABLO BURGER

120 N. LEROUX ST., AZ 86001





Flagstaff is home to the first Diablo Burger location, which features an equivalent dedication to quality with every single component of the burger.


The Belgian-style frites in DB Special Sauce manage the fine balance between a crunchy exterior and a creamy interior. This location is more intimate than that in Tucson and includes a mostly-shaded patio.


For more information, visit diabloburger.com. TINDERBOX KITCHEN / THE ANNEX barroom / TOURIST HOME


Try to grab a seat by the plating area in Tinderbox Kitchen, which features the chef facing the area while spooning sauces, slicing meats, and garnishing plates with long tweezers. It’s a swift yet precise process that’s mesmerizing to spectate while dining on the “Progressive American Food.”


Tinderbox also proudly serves wine from their Companion Vineyard in Cortez, Colorado.

Next door, The Annex barroom features creative cocktails crafted by mixologist Nick Williams. the tiny plates make it a stunning precursor to a full dining experience at Tinderbox.


Key Lime Tarts at Tourist range in Flagstaff, Ariz. (Credit: Jackie Tran)

Key Lime Tarts at Tourist range in Flagstaff, Ariz. (Credit: Jackie Tran)


One more door over, the third sister establishment Tourist Home opens at 6 a.m. to supply a restaurant experience with breakfast and lunch.


It’s easy to urge over excited with everything within the pastry case , but confirm you sample other offerings like the bread and house-smoked salmon.


Gourmet goods like high-end cheeses and native flours are available for retail sale.


For more information, visit tinderboxkitchen.com.


Where are your favorite places to eat and drink Flagstaff? allow us to know within the comments.



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