Flagstaff is Full of Restaurants, Microbreweries & Much More
From Fine Dining to Cowboy Provisions, Flagstaff is Arizona's New Foodie Hotspot
Flagstaff will always be best known for its mountain-town charm, but its dining scene has taken a sophisticated turn.
Mealtime once meant grab anything quick so you could hurry back outside to play. Now, with a slate of chef-driven eateries, you’ll want to linger over some of the most creative dishes in the state.
Flagstaff now has restaurants serving food almost as exquisite as the mountain-cooled, pine-infused air that makes Flag a great place to live.
From Thai, French, Mexican, BBQ, Latin and even just amazing sandwiches, Flagstaff restaurant owners and chefs are typically environmentally conscious (as are the people of the city), and ingredients tend to be local, fresh and sustainably grown or raised. You'll find that restaurants and bars are lively year-round, rain or shine. The Downtown area is certainly a great place to find great food, but there are foodie gems popping up all over Flagstaff.
Flagstaff is very kid and pet friendly, so don't worry about missing out. In Flagstaff, there are many pet-friendly restaurants to choose from, and during the summers it's not unusual to see a bowl of water designated for furry friends at most restaurants, microbreweries and coffee shops. Flagstaff is home to some of the best family-friendly restaurants around, offering tasty eats and a relaxed environment the whole family will love.
Northern Arizona's DESTINATION FOR CRAFt BEERS AND MicrobrewerIES
Though a few local breweries have been here for decades, microbreweries are sprouting up around Flag, especially downtown, like wildflowers and nobody seems to be complaining. Take a look at the Flagstaff/Grand Canyon Ale Trail for coupons and a complete list of your options in the region, including breweries in nearby Sedona and Williams, AZ.
CHECK OUT A FEW OF OUR FAVORITES
Root Public House
Mother Road Brewing Co.
Criollo Latin Kitchen
Flagstaff Brewing Company