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Mrs. White's is an institution when it comes to soul food in Phoenix. Decor is minimal, with the menu written on the walls, yet there's plenty of... More »
Situated in the residential heart of the Coronado District, you won't readily stumble on low-key little Tuck Shop like you would some of the restaurants along Seventh... More »
A classic neighborhood gathering spot for almost 30 years, and one taste of the creamed chipped beef on toast, eggs Benedict, or huevos rancheros will tell you... More »
Fried chicken simply doesn't get any better than this, unless it's paired with waffles. Everything on the soul food menu is homemade and completely... More »
Stacy Phipps, owner of defunct downtown soul food fave Stacy's, is back on the dining scene with a new place, and his food's just as delicious as ever. Now the emphasis... More »
Small, slightly upscale bar and restaurant specializing in soul food, and especially catfish. Great place to hang, and enjoy a cocktail or even just a glass of... More »
DJ Fernandes has made his mark on Phoenix with eateries (Tuck Shop, Astor House, Vovomeena) known for lovely interiors and delicious food. Lucky for us, he's equally obsessed with coffee. From locally roasted ROCC beans to a unique Japanese Cold Brew method, Fernandes' establishments know how to do java.
What sets Astor House and Vovomeena apart from other coffee...
All right. It's high time someone stood up and said something, and no one else seems to be making a move, so here I go.
For the second time in a week, I've seen nettles on a menu.
This is what I know about nettles: They invaded my front yard last year to the point that I'm sure I poisoned my portion of the water table trying to eradicate them; they have...
It's not hard to find a good meal in the Coronado District. Drive up the stretch of Seventh Street between McDowell and Thomas, and you'll find quite a few decent options, from casual (That's a Wrap) to classy (Trente-Cinq 35). To get to the newest and most intriguing restaurant in these parts, though, you have to delve a bit deeper into the 'hood.
No, you won't readily stumble on...
Hands down the best fried chicken I've ever had! Don't forget to get a glass of coolaid!Read Full Review
Mmm... apple butter and biscuits. One of the main reasons I come here, but not the only! Their main courses are well prepared and have great flavor!Read Full Review
They make a good drink, but the menu needs an upgradeRead Full Review
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