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Pretend you’re in the Big Apple at one of 20 Native New Yorker restaurants in the greater Phoenix area. The pizza doesn’t taste exactly like the real thing, but there’s plenty to go around, including the Meaty Beast (pepperoni, sausage, bacon, ham, and meatballs) and Buffalo Chicken (spicy pizza topped with grilled chicken, hot sauce, ranch dressing, onions, peppers, mozzarella, and cheddar). These casual quick service eateries also serve calzones, wings (bone-in or boneless), salads, burgers, sandwiches, and appetizers like potato skins and chicken bacon ranch bruschetta. The menu also has Italian pasta dishes and a variety of seafood, such as the Friday Fish Fry with coleslaw, garlic bread, and a cup of chowder. In addition to locations from Anthem to Queen Creek, Native New Yorker restaurants can be found in Tucson, San Tan Valley, Flagstaff, and Show Low with restaurants planned to open in Colorado and Texas later this year.
Okay, so it's a chain. But being located within spitting distance of a college campus means this sports bar -- excuse us, "sports-themed family restaurant" -- gets real rowdy on game day. Our favorite nights of the week are easily Tuesday and Thursdays, when we can order a plateful of wings for just 45 cents apiece. This place bleeds college-casual atmosphere, and with its recent renovations, we're happy to stay for this game and the next. Bar food is bar food, but Native New... More »
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