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Doing the Canyon today staying in Flag, looking for good food and atmosphere for tonight with the misses and 5yo
 
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Near the old train station is a burger and beer joint


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I enjoyed this place with the Double-X. It's the next block up, parallel to the main drag. Owner-operated.

Mountain Oasis International Restaurant  
$$ · Eclectic Restaurant
Cozy, brick-walled eatery with large windows, an eclectic menu & a full bar with happy hour.
11 E Aspen Ave, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Open today · 11AM–9PM
(928) 214-9270
 
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Not really an answer to your question, but pine country restaurant in Williams (like 30 miles from flagstaff) has AWESOME pies...They make delicious cream cheese pies.. I'm glad I live too far away to go there often because I'd weigh 600 lbs...
 
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I like La Bellavia on Beaver but it's more Coffee Shop/Cafe if that's workable for you.

I've been going there for years. Breakfast and brunch only, though.
 
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Thanks....
 
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Originally posted by Kskelton: pine country restaurant in Williams (like 30 miles from flagstaff) has AWESOME pies...


Yep, the pie is famous in Williams. We spent $60 on dinner there. Easy to do.
 
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Near the old train station is a burger and beer joint


Altitudes Bar and Grill. Was on an eastbound train (freight train) that got stopped right there prior to Beaver street once. Conductor and I walked down to the bar and got a couple burgers. Pretty good if I remember right.



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Beaver street brewery - great place. Just south of the train station.
 
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While I have not ate at the Flagstaff location, they are great down here in the valley. Highly recommend Cornish Pasty Co.


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Fratelli's for Pizza
Salsa Brava for Mexican
The Spot for Breakfast
Bun Huggers for Burgers (Its an institution)




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I make it a point to eat at Martanne's every time I visit Flag. While not known for dinner, they're more known for breakfast/brunch. It's a quirky Mexican joint located in historic downtown, Cash Only but , so good! When I hear huevos ranchero or, chilliques...it's this place that comes immediately to mind.

EDIT- Looks like they take credit cards now.
 
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Fratellis pizza gets a nod here. We ate there after our canyon trip last month.


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The Museum Club is kind of a Route 66 landmark. Better at least go have a drink there.

Don't know if you'll be around until Monday, but I'd stop by Gary Reeder's Pistol Parlor. He's a terrific gunsmith and (speaking of cats) has a great sense of humor.


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While I have not ate at the Flagstaff location, they are great down here in the valley. Highly recommend Cornish Pasty Co.


As its 5 minutes from my office I hit this place at least once a week.....pretty good
 
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The Museum Club is kind of a Route 66 landmark. Better at least go have a drink there.

Don't know if you'll be around until Monday, but I'd stop by Gary Reeder's Pistol Parlor. He's a terrific gunsmith and (speaking of cats) has a great sense of humor.


Wish I could I have always liked his work, msybe next time
 
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I enjoyed this place with the Double-X. It's the next block up, parallel to the main drag. Owner-operated.

Mountain Oasis International Restaurant  
$$ · Eclectic Restaurant
Cozy, brick-walled eatery with large windows, an eclectic menu & a full bar with happy hour.
11 E Aspen Ave, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Open today · 11AM–9PM
(928) 214-9270


Went here last night, quite good BUT they forgot to renew their liquor license....ARRGGHH

good food though and very good service
 
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If you don't mind the drive south, Oak Creek Brewery & Grille on 179 in Sedona is fantastic.



 
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Glad you liked it. Sorry, I didn't know about the booze. We were there for lunch. A good reason to pack a half-pint in your jacket pocket. A BYOB is always legal if no one notices. Wink

I met the owner when there. The waitress was very attentive. The food was an honest effort. The owner could not find decent tradespeople and there was construction in town as well.

I got the feeling I would pick up work easily in Flagstaff.

The Arboretum At Flagstaff is where I rested in the 30' RV while my charges took a walk. Towering pines, quiet, it was a nice experience. Me and a cup of tea from the galley. 89 south into Sedona is a nice drive. 89 Alternate north towards Zion is even nicer, through the Oak Creek Canyon.
 
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