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One of the best-kept dining secrets in Cave Creek is hidden in a rustic gift shop, right between The Horny Toad to the west and The Hideaway Grill biker haven to the east. Indian Village looks like a lot of other old-houses-turned-into-tourist-traps. But once inside, you'll find owner Bart Krasson, taking orders off of a handwritten menu and surrounded by the delicious smells of beans and tortillas and melting cheese. We're told that folks come here for the tasty tacos, burritos and enchiladas, but we love the authentic Indian fry bread, puffy and hot and slathered with frijoles, because that's how we like it. The house specialty is Krasson's corn cakes, served with either chicken or beef, or piled with rice, beans, salad and sour cream if you like that. Whatever filling you order gets tucked between two thick corn patties and covered in a yummy red chile sauce and melted cheese. Think open-face tamale, and then think, "I'm coming back here, pronto!"
This is a joint, pure Mexican street fare, but slightly more civilized. The twist is its a gift shop. Huh? Yeah, the grub is around back, you might have to grow a set to go in here instead of the usual CC haunts like Harold's or Horny Toad. Your adventurous spirit will be rewarded by the best dang Indian fry bread anywhere in the valley, its hot, fresh and tasty. There's a full Mexican food menu without the fru-fru you expect from the North valley location. There's spartan dining facilities inside or out but lookout for the owner, Bart, he likes to test the intellect of unsuspecting diners with his conversation. Ironically the "gift shop" has the best grub in Cave Creek. You'll be a hero and seem like Mr smartey-pants when you bring your friends here.
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