15 Amazing Dinners You Must Try In Phoenix

15 Amazing Dinners You Must Try In Phoenix

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When it comes to eating in Phoenix, the options are endless. Here are the best dinner spots you need to try!

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    Food blogger Kathy of Crafty Chica recommends Barrio Café. "Don't leave without ordering the goat's-milk caramel–stuffed fritters topped with vanilla ice cream and chocolate espresso sauce." -- GourmetLive via Foursquare
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    Neat, wise open floor. Cool wait staff. Very neat and niche menu. Heathy, clean, and great food. Couples and family friendly. Will visit again. -- Geoff Snyder via Foursquare
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    2012 Best of Phoenix Winner: Best Playlist! The folks behind the music at uptown's Windsor have impeccable music taste cranking out alternative and indie tunes from the 80's and 90's! -- Phoenix New Times via Foursquare
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    Holy guacamole! This place is awesome. Try the chicken nachitos, Brussels sprout salad, and the red velvet cake. To. Die. For. -- Robby Walbaum via Foursquare
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    Guy Fieri drove out to Phoenix, Arizona and sampled the inventive fare at this Chinese-Mexican fusion restaurant. -- Food Network via Foursquare
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    Mmm cheesy grits, banana pudding, prailine cheesecake, blackened catfish with remoulade and the 'po boys are so good. -- Lyss via Foursquare
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    2010 Best of Phoenix Winner: Best Hot Dog! Coronado Coney is one top dog, a plump, juicy all-beef frank from Schreiner's Sausage, tucked into a soft, dense sourdough bun, lightly toasted. -- Phoenix New Times via Foursquare
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    Great service! They totally walked us how to order, what options we had and let us sample before deciding. Felt welcomed. Love to find them on Twitter to know about specials! -- Robert Davis via Foursquare
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    Both happy hour & brunch are among the best in town, value-priced and chock full of simple but sophisticated selections. Try the veggie fritatta, smoky burger or herb-flecked, fingerling potatoes. -- Phoenix New Times via Foursquare
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    The space was interesting and the concept is very cool. Unfortunately the music was way to loud, the wine list lacked depth (nothing French or esoteric) and the food was completely forgettable. Yawn! -- Michael Mazzocco via Foursquare
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    Try the Jalisco Chicken Panini - Chicken, chipotle aioli, guacamole, tomato, garlic corn & jack cheese on grilled ciabatta bread; side of Caesar. -- David LaSpaluto via Foursquare
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    ry the carne adovada with eggs—pork shoulder is slow-smoked over pecan wood, simmered in red chili sauce and served on a tortilla with cheese and eggs, sided with beans an -- The Wall Street Journal via Foursquare
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