Friday, July 09, 2021

Photos From the Road: Arizona Restaurants

I thought it would be fun to share some of the places we enjoyed eating during our recent road trip, in hopes it might inspire future travelers.

In this post I'll share photos and information on restaurants we visited in Arizona. I'll cover Utah restaurants in a separate post. (Update: Here's my post on Utah restaurants.)

We were really happy to return to Floyd and Company in Kingman, Arizona, for the first time in five years.

We regularly visited Floyd's under its past name, Redneck's, on our trips to and from our son's alma mater, Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff.

Like a lot of restaurants right now, they had set up a nice outdoor eating area.

The food was just as terrific as always! Seen here is my husband's brisket sandwich with baked beans; I had a pulled pork sandwich, and we shared the cornbread.

We first ate at Grimaldi's Coal Brick-Oven Pizzeria in Flagstaff after our son's college graduation. It was also just as good as we remembered. There's a a location in El Segundo, California, which we've never visited.

Although we finally have a limited number of Cracker Barrel restaurants in California, none of them are convenient to where we live, so when we're traveling I always jump at the opportunity for a Cracker Barrel breakfast and browsing their store. This one was in Flagstaff.

Moving on to Sedona, our first lunch in town was at Sedona Burgers & Dogs, which we found on Yelp or Trip Advisor.

It was a nice little place with good food and very friendly service. And you can't beat the view of Courthouse Butte from their patio!

Colt Grill was a very good barbecue spot which again had patio dining available.

We placed our order inside...

...and then it was delivered to our table. I had pulled pork and fries a couple days in a row but I didn't regret it!

Black Bear Diner is one of our favorite places to eat breakfast. The chain has restaurants located throughout the Western U.S. This one was in Cottonwood, Arizona.

The Hilltop Deli in Sedona was also excellent.

No special view from their patio, but there were pretty flowers and a nice breeze. We really enjoyed it.

They served a great French Dip sandwich.

Hideaway House in Sedona was one of our favorite meals.

This was our view from the patio!  We watched hawks flying and marveled at the scenery the entire time we were eating.  For anyone who might visit, be sure to make reservations to ensure patio seating.

We had wonderful Italian food at Hideaway House, starting with this garlic bread appetizer.

Along with Utah restaurants, I have additional photo posts still to come on Zion National Park, Las Vegas, and the Bearizona zoo in Williams, Arizona.


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