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For more than a half-century, this local chain has been serving up sopapillas, enchiladas, and rellenos. Don't take our word for it--ask President Obama, who stopped here for dinner during a post-election visit to Phoenix. The story goes that the chimichanga was invented here, and we tend to believe it - this signature dish says a lot about the Sonoran-style cuisine served here.
Since it started its advertising campaign last fall to crown the chimichanga as the state food of Arizona, Macayo's Mexican Kitchen, the Phoenix-based, family-owned chain with locations in Arizona and... More »
The food at Macayo's is good but service is always very slow and it's quite loud inside. Last time I was here I got 1 refill of water during the 3 hours I was there. We waited for food for about an hour and after we received our food we didn't see our waitress for about another hour until she came with the check.
Macayo's is more than just a nice place to have dinner. This renowned Mexican restaurant is a great place to go to relive your lunchtime past over a plateful of flautas and a bowl of pico de gallo, because it's been standing on North Central Avenue for decades, and there's hardly anyone who can't recall having dined there "back when." Macayo's is also a traffic hazard, at least for out-of-town visitors or newbies who can't help but take their eyes off the road to gaze in shock (and possibly... More »
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