Arizona ...

 Suggest someplace?

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WHERE GREGG EATS

Phoenix & Scottsdale ...

Beware, my Scottsdale and Phoenix stuff gets mixed up -- read both.

Phoenix: Wine Bar

 

Sportsman's

From the outside it looks like just another package store.  Inside it has the best wine bar and gourmet treats you'll find anyplace.

 

3205 East Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ (602) 955-7730

   

 

 

 

 

PhoenixGerman

 

German Corner

In Phoenix on Indian School Road.  Pretty good.

 

 

 

 

North Scottsdale: Burgers, Beer, Music, Dust

Grease Wood Flat

Hard to describe.  This is a favorite destination for bikers.

I got this picture at dusk, the best time to be there if you like a good sunset. 

Here are some links that might tell the story better than me.

LINK  LINK B  LINK 3  THE MOVIE 

MORE ON THE MOVIE  LINK

 

   

 

 

 

Honorable Mentions:

Decent rustic seafood at Steamer's in the Biltmore fashion Plaza.

We like the Doubletree Paradise Valley Hotel in Scottsdale. 

For Breakfast, there is a Good Egg and a couple Original Pancake House restaurants.  I haven't found THE local place for breakfast yet.

Here is the Sally's Place website with someone else's restaurant thoughts.

New York Times article.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PLACES I'VE HEARD ABOUT BUT NEVER BEEN TO

FLAGSTAFF: 

Casa Bonita or La Fonda for Mexican ...

Hunan East or Hunan West (two unrelated restaurants) for Chinese.  Thanks Brandon.

PHOENIX: 

Honey Bear BBQ on Central ...

Los Compadres for Mexican. Thanks again, Brandon.

Acme Bar and Grille in Old Town .. pseudo-biker bar. Thanks Bobby.

SCOTTSDALE:  

Ibizas in Old Town for Mediterranean ...

Pronto's for Italian ...

LeGrande Orange Grocery for a unique grocery store experience at about 40th and Camelback.  Thanks Lynne. 

Frank & Lupe's for Southwestern.

Pinnacle Peak Steak House for steak.

Roaring Fork for cowboy food ... it might be a little fancy.

TUSCON: 

El Charro for Mexican.