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
Bars & Cafes
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.
Here's a bar as a bar should be. The beer's good, the music is live (well, mostly) and the guests are mostly regulars. They have special events lined up throughout the week, like DJ nights, Ladies nights, live music and the likes. On the whole, it's a great place to head to for your weekly dose of drinks and fun.
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.
In contrast to the Old Post Office next door, this lounge attracts a fairly straight-laced clientele. Here, they're more into sports than the arts, but everyone is still out to have a good time. A generally young group does more than its share of both drinking and dancing here. There's live music every night and it ranges from blues to rock. Thursday night "Open Mikes" are often a hoot, but on the odd occasion, you can hear some real talent. Drinks are priced from about USD3-5, with cover charges (usually around USD5-10) on some nights depending on the band. Happy hour starts at noon. Opens everyday at 9p.
Though it's most often frequented by locals en route to the office, or students on the way to class, this cute coffee shop still gives a sense of how important the railway is to both historic and present-day Flagstaff transportation. It specializes in organic, exotic and special estate-blend coffees roasted on the premises. Cookies, muffins, breads and brownies are baked on-site. The place is small, so you should probably plan to place your order for take-out.
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.
Climb the stairs to the second floor and you're suddenly in another world, a bit closer to Napa Valley than Arizona High Country. This wine bar and shop is an oasis for oenophiles, offering the area's largest and best selection of wines by the glass, plus bottles and wine accessories to go. It also serves a limited appetizer menu and feature live jazz music in a smoke-free atmosphere. The shop regularly schedules wine tasting events highlighting Arizona, California and imported bottlings. Call for the current schedule of tastings.
A '50s soda fountain atmosphere and a seemingly endless variety of old-fashioned, homemade ice cream treats will entice kids of any age into this downtown ice cream parlor. The place is also well known around town for its juicy Kosher hot dogs, huge sandwiches and freshly-brewed coffees. Menu items run from less than a dollar up to about $5. This is a paradise for ice cream connoisseurs.
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.
Located near downtown Flagstaff, Mia's Lounge is a great place to stop for a drink. They offer a full bar, including a wide variety of beers on tap. There's an outdoor patio, pool table, and stage and dance floor where live performances frequently take place.
This Heritage Square wine bar offers well-priced salads, sandwiches, and entrees in a warm setting. There's an extensive selection of wines by the bottle or by the glass; if you're unsure what to order, try one of the three-wine flight selections. Savor Chef Ben Shaffer's overnight brisket sandwich with blue cheese fondue, or ask for the vegetable panini. Finish your meal with amazing Earl Grey chocolate truffles that will melt in your mouth. On nice days you can dine outside on the patio and enjoy the weather. Check website for wine tastings and other events. Closed Sundays during football season.
Cinnabar Nightclub is a sure bet for a fun night out. They're open seven days a week and offer a wide variety of entertainment including live music, DJs and beer pong. In addition to a full bar they also serve food.