2500 East Lucky Lane
Flagstaff, AZ 86004
Phone: (928) 226-7111
Fax: (928) 226-1660
2500 East Lucky Lane, Flagstaff, AZ, US, 86004
- Phone: (928) 226-7111
- Fax: (928) 226-1660
Take in the atmosphere of the Australian Outback while enjoying mouth-watering entrees and high-quality service. Serving dinner only, Outback Steakhouse offers an extensive menu featuring appetizers, chicken, ribs, steak, seafood, pasta, salads and desserts for moderate prices. Family-friendly, the casual restaurant has something for everyone at its numerous locations in North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Outback Steakhouse also offers call-ahead seating and curbside take-away. Check website for locations and menu selections.
The Little America Hotel's main dining room, the Western Gold, offers an all-you-care-to-eat lunch buffet Monday through Friday in addition to a lavish Sunday brunch. The lunch buffet includes carved-to-order meats, entrées of the day, soups, salads and desserts. Full liquor service is available, with wines by the glass. Tables near the window look out onto the resort's well-manicured grounds. The on-property coffee shop offers a more casual dining experience and the Tiffany Tree Lounge provides live entertainment some nights.
Named for a famous stagecoach robber of the 1870s, this cowboy place is a favorite with locals and visitors alike. Wander around and enjoy more than 6,000 square feet of antiques and collectibles. Besides the saloon and steakhouse, there's also an antique store, general store and RV park on the property. This is pure 1890s Arizona! A live musical revue adds a Western feel to your meal. The menu consists of cowboy-style steaks, ribs and chicken. Big prime rib cuts and porterhouse steaks are house specialties. Full bar service is available. Opens daily, at 5p.
The quintessential Route 66 roadhouse, this is the place any road-weary traveler will want to stop for good, no-nonsense home cooking. Even if you're not on the road, you'll want to stop by anyway. The sassy service, no-frills eats and quaint atmosphere are truly priceless. As you might expect, breakfast is a big thing here featuring made-from-scratch pancakes and the usual diner fare. The fries are freshly cut, and the proprietors butcher their own meats for extra juicy burgers and steaks.
Just east of Downtown Flagstaff on historic Route 66, this has long been a favorite local choice for Sonoran-style Mexican cuisine. The building is rustic and the decor festive in the Mexican tradition. Service is efficient and friendly. A full range of specialties runs from tacos and tostadas to burritos, enchiladas to combination plates. Full bar service is available.
When you see the large dragon on the sign and the Chinese lettering on the building, you'll know you've arrived at one of Flagstaff's most versatile Asian restaurants. The menu offers Cantonese, Mandarin, Hunan and Szechuan dishes, and a daily buffet is served from 11a-2p. If you have a favorite Chinese dish, you're likely to find it on the extensive, but not expensive, menu. The interior decor continues to play on the dragon theme and the staff is always eager to please.
For two decades, Mamma Luisa has been treating Flagstaff diners to outstanding Italian cuisine including homemade breads, sliced-to-order veal dishes, pastas and chicken. Lunch and dinner are served daily, with prices ranging from $6-$20. The menu is large, and so is the flavor, though the restaurant itself is quite diminutive. Though it may get a bit cozy when it's crowded, the place is filled with country charm and a charming service staff that will make you feel welcome. A children's menu is available. Full bar service is available with house wine about $4-$6 a glass. Opens everyday at 5p.
You will just have to stop by to find out. Other than the mysterious pies, this popular Flagstaff brewpub offers ales that have been made on-site, using traditional brewing methods. The menu offers cuisine that is both made with, and matches well with, the beers. So grab a seat at the bar and hoist a mug of Mogollon's best. The atmosphere is friendly and the place virtually screams "brew pub" with its production paraphernalia. Both bar and table seating are available for dining. Live music is offered six nights a week. Pizzas, sandwiches and a few hot items are offered with its house-brewed beers as a main ingredient.
Located in a historic carriage house in downtown Flagstaff, is the 'Brix', a restaurant offering organic, contemporary and great American fare. Produce procured from local farmers and ranchers is fresh, which adds to its Mediterranean flavors. The place is airy and spacious with the bar right in the front along with a patio style dining area. Wild Mushroom Risotto, Liberty Farm's Crispy Duck Breast, with the day's special are a must try. For a great finish try on of the cheese offering from the tray or desserts like Apple-Rum Spice Cake or Triple Chocolate Mousse Parfait. Nothing like a sumptuous, mouthwatering desserts to satiate your hunger.
This is one of Flagstaff's most popular places for those of the non-nightclub set, especially those of the vegetarian persuasion. Works by local artists grace the walls, and the menu includes everything from amaranth to tempeh. The outdoor deck is a favorite place to sip an espresso and read, or discuss current events and environmental issues. Remember, this is a laid-back kind of place, so don't expect speedy service.
It's no longer the only Thai restaurant in town, but it remains most folks' favorite. With enticing dishes such as Evil Jungle Princess, who can blame them? A wide variety of vegetarian options are among the curries, rice and noodle dishes on the menu. Satays and Tom Yum Gai soup are also favorite options. The staff is very willing to customize the dishes to fit your desired level of spice and your dietary restrictions. Full bar service is available. The dining room is Asian-style sparse but welcoming. An Asian beer makes a great accompaniment to the food.
A frequent winner of "best breakfast" and "best desserts" awards locally, this strip-mall cafe is a comfortable place to relax with a specialty coffee. Start the day with a freshly cooked breakfast or traditional European-style pastry. The Tucson Daily Citizen once referred to it as "Flagstaff's best kept secret," but we're letting the word out. Hearty breakfasts include unique offerings like trout and eggs, homemade Swedish oat pancakes and the house special, Eggs Brandy (poached eggs on a bagel, topped with Hollandaise sauce). Service is friendly and attentive, and a tempting display of baked goods gives the place a homey feel.