Find out what Soups restaurants to try in Flagstaff. Astounding natural wonders, invigorating outdoor recreation and fascinating cultural attractions make Flagstaff the perfect getaway to rejuvenate the body and replenish the mind. Set at the base of the beautiful San Francisco Peaks, and surrounded by lush national forests, the city provides ample opportunity for fresh air fun. Spring, summer and fall bring hikers, campers and mountain bikers, while winter draws skiers and ice skaters. But don't let a focus on the "good old outdoors" fool you. Fostered by the local university, Flagstaff is also chock-full of educational and cultural attractions. Be sure to see the award-winning permanent exhibit "Native Peoples of the Colorado Plateau" at the Museum of Northern Arizona. The Pioneer Museum offers a glimpse of what life was like for the early settlers of the region and includes a 1929 Baldwin locomotive in its collection. The city also has an arboretum and a planetarium. The entire area is a living anthropology and geology lesson, with ancient Native American ruins and stunning scenery at the Wupatki and Walnut Canyon National Monuments, just waiting to be explored.
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4 based on 616 reviews
While a little hard to find, (it is located on the main drag in Flagstaff, Route 66, just behind Babbitt Ford Used Cars), this quaint restaurant reflects the values and expertise of the owner/chef. She makes outstanding food that is quite unique and delicious. Originally just a catering service, the restaurant now offers a special menu of great food.Highly recommend.
4 based on 283 reviews
Award-winning food you kneadÂ®. Handcrafted artisan bread, specialty bakery, soup, sandwiches, salad, pancakes and pasta. Friendly service. Free Wi-Fi. Catering available. Breakfast weekdays until 10:30am; weekends until 2pm. Pasta daily from 3pm.
We were looking for light lunch. Sandwiches and salad. Stumbled onto this jewel. For those familiar with Panera, very Panera esque. The prices were reasonable and the food delicious. My wife had the chopped salad with Asian Vinaigrette dressing. Very good. The roasted sweet corn was different for us, but well worth the chance. I had the BLT but changed the bread to the Rye, which I sampled as I walked in. Great choice for a light lunch. Our friend had the triple club. Beware, the cilantro aioli was the sharpest I have tasted. She couldnât handle the spice. I thought it was good. When in Arizona, look for one. Dear G8rStevenP61, Thank you so much for giving us a try, we are so glad to hear that you liked it. We love to see all your great suggestions. Hope to serve you again soon!
4 based on 1674 reviews
Beaver Street Brewery was the first brewery to open in Flagstaff, Arizona in 1994. Since then they have cultivated a unique atmosphere for Flagstaff locals and visitors. The open kitchen creates a fun atmosphere where you can watch your food being made an
We ordered what the bartender recommended (nice guy), so my husband had the burger and said it wasnât memorable at all. I had the chicken burger and it was just ok, flavorless really. Normally Iâm a positive gal but the chicken was dry like it had been sliced earlier in the day and left uncovered. It had dry edges like leftover turkey at Thanksgiving. Anyway, white cheese was over the chicken which camouflaged the chicken a bit, a beautiful slice of plabano pepper but no seasoning, beautiful tomato slices and a piece of lettuce. The bun was totally dry though there was a small ketchup cup w ranch dressing. I cut the bun in half and gave it a bite. Not total yuck just not good. Thereâs more but you get the idea. Overall the place was busy and people seemed happy. Perhaps we just ordered poorly?
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