Caffe Boa has long been a favorite dining destination for the Tempe crowd. Now, the 17-year-old restaurant has a stylish baby sibling, Caffe Boa Bistro, making delicious waves in East Mesa.
A “sorry we’re open” sign hangs on the entryway of this outdoor cowboy bar and grill. Greasewood Flat was the original stagecoach stop between Fort McDowell and Phoenix. It reopened 30 years ago as a restaurant and is still run by the same family today. The restaurant offers a simple menu of burgers and dogs that come with a side of potato chips while its “wicked libations” is a claim to fame. Seating is nothing more than lined-up picnic tables around...
Whether you’re looking to dine nearby or venture to a restaurant a little out of the way, here are four fab eateries in various necks of the Valley.
First it was the steakhouse; then it was cupcakes. Now, the Valley is seeing a boom in chic burger joints. Here, AFM takes you on a tasting tour of four of the new hamburger hot spots.