As the crossed chili peppers in its logo would imply, there's spice in this mid-town restaurant's dishes. Previously named a "Best of Phoenix" winner ... More
As the crossed chili peppers in its logo would imply, there's spice in this mid-town restaurant's dishes. Previously named a "Best of Phoenix" winner by Phoenix New Times , this restaurant is a popular spot. Called "one of the best taste-to-price values in town" by food critic Howard Seftel. Be sure to try the Szechwan String Beans, Spicy Eggplant, Spicy or Honey Walnut Prawns and Lettuce Wraps. Catering is available and a full wine list is offered.
Elvis didn't eat here, but he would have if he knew about it. This 50's diner is the ultimate American
icon with its jukebox, vinyl upholstered booths, sassy staff and classic American cuisine. With decor straight out of the ...
This British pub serves up English hospitality and a large selection of imported beers and lagers. For an exotic English
experience, try some Heather Ale from Scotland, brewed with wild heather. The menu features traditional British fare like fish ...
This new concept Asian eatery features a health oriented menu in a trendy setting. The second of only two locations,
this restaurant is the dream child of P.F. Chang's originator. Serving appetizers ($2.75 6.75) like the Edamame—snack like salty ...