About Flagstaff

Flagstaff is a vibrant, fascinating city that's always on the move. Recent developments have made it a tourism haven filled with many things to do.

Historic Downtown/Railroad District Downtown Flagstaff is presently undergoing a renaissance. Turn-of-the-century buildings are being renovated, new cafes and jewelry stores extend onto recently bricked sidewalks and narrow alleys are turned into arcades. For any visitor new to town, the first stop should be the Flagstaff Visitor Center, located inside the 1926 train depot at the Historic Railroad District. Flagstaff Historic Downtown is filled with unique, historic buildings, such as the Hotel Monte Vista. It's worth a stop to admire the nostalgic decor commemorating the times when Gary Cooper, Spencer Tracey, Jane Russell and other Hollywood stars of yesteryear lodged here.

University Area

Across the railroad crossing downtown, you'll find the Northern Arizona University campus. The area immediately south of the railroad is dominated by bars, cafes, hostels and shops catering to the student crowd, with Macy's European Coffee House being the favorite hangout for both locals and visitors. The University supports various arts and crafts exhibits as well as theater and music performances both on and off campus.

Adjacent to the campus, Riordan State Historic Park marks an interesting sight for history buffs. The park is actually two homes that were once occupied by lumber tycoons Michael and Timothy Riordan, furnished in appropriate 19th Century style with several exhibits detailing the lifestyle of the period.

Westside

Lowell Observatory sits about a mile west of downtown atop a pine-covered mesa. This is where, in 1902, amateur astronomer Percival Lowell determined that there must be another planet beyond Uranus and Neptune. In 1930, the planet was later actually detected and named Pluto. The Visitor Center features an interactive astronomy exhibit as well as a multimedia presentation. Evening visits are particularly interesting, as one of the telescopes is open for nighttime stargazing.

Fort Valley/North

The Coconino Center for the Arts and the Arts Barn, one of the focal points of cultural activity in Flagstaff, can be found north of the city. The Center houses a fine arts gallery, a bookshop and an auditorium for special events, while the Arts Barn next door contains a very good collection of Indian arts and crafts, including silver and turquoise jewelry. A little further up the road, surrounded by shady Ponderosa Pines, the Museum of Northern Arizona offers an excellent display of the geology and anthropology of the Colorado Plateau.

Northern Arizona

A 14-mile drive from downtown Flagstaff on Highway 180 will take you to the alpine meadows of Coconino National Forest. The dizzying heights of the San Francisco Peaks are reachable by taking the sky ride or hiking from the 9,500-foot base to the peak at 11,500 feet. While climbing, admire the awesome vistas of the Colorado Plateau and the volcanic cones jutting out from the plain. Although the Arizona Snow Bowl and the Flagstaff Nordic Center are primarily winter ski areas, the mountain is certainly worth a visit any time of the year, but particularly in the fall when nature turns the forest into a glorious symphony of colors.

Eastside

The Colorado Plateau is rich with remnants of the people that populated northern Arizona long before the arrival of European settlers. Just seven miles east of Flagstaff on I-40, lie the cliff dwellings of Walnut Canyon, the long-abandoned home for a band of Sinagua Indians who found shelter in its limestone caves some 800 years ago. The caves may be reached via a rather strenuous step trail, or the impressive view of the Canyon can be seen from a half-mile rim trail.

Nearby Sunset Crater Volcanic National Monument is also worth a visit. Tinged orange-red by iron oxide, this cinder cone is an impressive reminder of the area's violent geological past. Although Sunset Crater last erupted about 900 years ago, the jagged lava fields look as though they were created just yesterday. To the north, you'll see Wupatki National Monument, the Southwest's largest Indian ruin. The Wupatki Pueblo is a four-story village created from sandstone, with a ball court and an amphitheater whose function still puzzles anthropologists and archeologists.

  • Arboretum at Flagstaff

    4001 South Woody Mountain Road Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 774 1442
    The scent of towering pines and wildflowers is intoxicating in the world's largest Ponderosa forest. Perched at a heavenly height of 7,150 feet above sea level, Flagstaff's Arboretum is home to 2,000 species of native plants. View "Live Birds of Prey" programs and learn about Arizona's native eagles, hawks, and owls. Walk through the gardens, listen to the voice of the brook and look into the faces of fish and wildlife you can't see anywhere else. Challenge yourself with a 1.2-mile nature hike where visitors can photograph local wildlife, or recount the day's lessons on a solitary bench.
  • Lowell Observatory

    1400 Mars Hill Rd Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 774 3358
    Wish on a star from the same observatory where the planet Pluto was discovered in 1930. Listen to the voices of your hosts as they guide you through the galaxy and its wonders. Daytime and evening tours are available year-round. Check the Web site or call ahead for event dates and times. Night tours vary by season and weather.
  • Walnut Canyon National Monument

    Walnut Canyon Road Flagstaff, AZ 86004 United States - Phone: +1 928 526 3367
    In Walnut Canyon, visitors can hike back in time nearly 700 years. Now that's a workout! Originating at the visitors center, a rugged three-quarter-mile off-trail hike leads to cliff dwellings that stand unspoiled in the cover of the beautiful canyon walls. The strong of heart can hike deeper into the canyon on Island Trail, a breathtaking 85-foot descent into 25 rooms where American Indians once lived in the shadow of the cliffs. Bring your most reliable shoes and your spirit of adventure.
  • Wupatki National Monument

    6400 North Highway 89 Flagstaff, AZ 86004 United States - Phone: +1 928 679 2365
    Imagine hiking only half a mile through 800 years of history. Wupatki National Monument is home to some incredible prehistoric pueblos built by early wizards of masonry; the American Indians who once farmed this rugged terrain. Three trails each promise unique and rewarding sights within this self-guided scenic park. Visitors can picnic atop a cinder cone and enjoy panoramic views from Doney Mountain Trail. Bring your hiking shoes, camera, and quest for adventure. A visitors' center offers exhibits and restrooms. The USD3 park admission fee is also redeemable at Sunset Crater Volcano Monument.
  • Northern Arizona University

    201 West University Drive Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 523 9011
    Education takes a different point of view at Northern Arizona University, silhouetted against Flagstaff's San Francisco Peaks. Surrounded by aspen and pine trees in four distinct seasons, students are challenged to better themselves both intellectually and physically through a colorful array of classes and activities. Founded in 1899, NAU lays the groundwork for liberal arts education with opportunities to prepare for a number of specialized professions. Today, nearly 20,000 students embrace the future with their choice of 100 baccalaureate, 40 masters', and eight doctoral degrees. An events calendar covers athletics, music, art and more. The cultural scene at the University is kept active by various plays, dramas and concerts held at the Studio Theatre in Performing Arts Building (building 37). The Cline Assembly Hall in the Cline Library is also frequently used for ceremonies, lectures and talks.
  • Flagstaff Convention and Visitor Bureau

    1 E Route 66 Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 774 9541
    This center is the warmest welcome mat in Flagstaff! Whether you're a leisure traveler, tour guide, journalist, or died-in-the-wool outdoor adventurer, the visitor's center will surround you with red brick, aromatic pine, and a wealth of insight on Flagstaff's many scenic wonders and activities. Your exploration of Flagstaff should start right here.
  • Thorpe Park

    245 N Thorpe Rd Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 779 7690
    Flagstaff's sunshine climate inspires a day at the park. Whether you want to plan a picnic, watch a rousing rugby match, cheer for the boys of summer or take your dog for a scenic run, this park is the perfect setting. Four baseball fields and a concession stand cater to baseball and softball fans in season. A grassy multi-functional field begs the feet of soccer and disc golf players. Picnic tables and benches offer rest and shade. Laughter from the playground permeates the ponderosa pines. Call the administration for a schedule of sporting events and activities for all ages.
  • Bushmaster Park

    3150 North Alta Vista Flagstaff, AZ 86004 United States - Phone: +1 928 779 7690
    This is one of Flagstaff's best-loved parks; just ask the locals! Footpaths set the stage for a nature walk, with picnic facilities and playgrounds dotting the landscape. Basketball and tennis courts are open to the public, and the BMX skate park is famous in the state of Arizona. Whether you want to jump-start your heart with outdoor sports or simply relax in the shade of a tree, you're sure to enjoy the ride.
  • Flagstaff Historic Downtown

    1 East Route 66 Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 774 9541 / +1 800 842 7293(Tourist Information)
    Historical Flagstaff was centered around the railroad, so there's no more appropriate place to start your downtown tour than the Visitor Center, housed in the Tudor-style Santa Fe Railroad station. There, you'll be provided with maps and information on many historic buildings that lie within the downtown area. Don't miss the 1888 Babbitt Brothers Trading Company building (constructed in a Renaissance Revival style), the Spanish Colonial Hotel Monte Vista and the 1920s Weatherford Hotel. Many restaurants, bars and shops in this area retain the charm and nostalgia of historic Route 66.
  • Riordan Mansion State Historic Park

    1300 Riordan Ranch St Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 779 4395
    Lumber barons Timothy and Michael Riordan had this 40-room mansion constructed in 1904 to house their families. What's most interesting about the structure is that the two sides are mirror images, with a huge common area in the center, to provide each family with identical private quarters and a shared living space. The park also includes picnic grounds and a visitors center with exhibits. Guided tours of the mansion and grounds are held at regular times throughout the day.
  • Homolovi Ruins State Park

    State Route 87 North Winslow, AZ 86047 United States - Phone: +1 928 289 4106
    This is Arizona's first archaeological state park. It consists of four major pueblo sites, inhabited by the Anasazi peoples between 1200 and 1425 A.D. The ruins are spread throughout the 340-acre park. Special workshops, programs and exhibits on Native American culture and history are regularly scheduled. The complex also has campsites, picnic areas and hiking trails. Guided tours are available by special arrangement. There is no admission fee. Campsites inside the park range from $10-22 per night.
  • Arizona Pioneer Museum

    2340 North Fort Valley Road Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 774 6272
    Originally built as a hospital in 1908, this museum, operated by the Arizona Historical Society, is a tribute to Northern Arizona's pioneer days and agricultural roots. An antique railroad engine welcomes you to the grounds, and exhibits familiarize you with the area's first settlers and their many contributions to the birth and growth of the city. One of the museum's most popular events during the year is the winter "Playthings of the Past" exhibit, featuring toys and games from the late 1800s to mid-1900s. Check the website for complete visitor details.
  • Schultz Pass Road Scenic Drive

    Schultz Pass Road Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 774 9541 (Flagstaff Visitor Center)
    Be sure that your vehicle is in peak operating condition and that the unpaved path is in passable shape, and you're off on an exciting driving adventure! This dirt road rambles through the San Francisco Peaks and Elden Mountain range on its bisecting way between US Route 180 and US Route 89. Along the way, you'll see some of the area's most spectacular scenery from spots that are rarely trod upon by the average visitor. But remember, you'll be traveling some tough terrain, so be sure both you and your vehicle are up to the task. Contact the Flagstaff Visitor Center for more information.
  • Star Tours with Dennis Young

    8080 North Colt Drive Flagstaff, AZ 86004 United States - Phone: +1 928 714 0237 / +1 877 252 7371(Toll Free)
    Something less than mundane, this tour of Sedona by starlight will introduce you to one of the finest areas in the country for star gazing. Dennis Young is the astronomer of the hour, with more than 20 years of experience under Orion's belt. His half-meter telescope is affectionately referred to as "the Sirius Looker" and is used in guided tours of the stars, which will last about 2 1/2 hours and start at $45 per person. Groups of all ages will enjoy this experience. Bring cash or check, this merchant does not accept credit cards
  • Wheeler Park

    Birch Avenue and North Humphrey Street Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 526 4314
    Downtown Wheeler Park is host to many exciting events, including Chili Cook-Offs and Fajita competitions!
  • Coconino National Forest

    2323 East Greenlaw Lane Flagstaff, AZ 86004 United States - Phone: +1 928 527 3423
    Many travelers are surprised to learn that the world's largest contiguous ponderosa pine forest blankets the mountains of Flagstaff in Northern Arizona. Aromatic treetops brush the endless blue sky just outside of town, but this panoramic portrait is more than just breathtaking scenery for hikers, climbers and other outdoor enthusiasts; it's home to wildlife including the black bear and American bald eagle. Explore elevations of up to 12,633 feet and watch the fauna change from cactus to alpine tundra along the way. Visitors are invited to phone the supervisor's office for information that may be helpful in planning a trip.
  • Historic Beale Wagon Trail

    Historic Route 66 Williams, AZ 86046 United States - Phone: +1 928 635 4707
    Originally built in the mid-1800s as a covered wagon route to take westbound pioneers to California, the road was originally just 10 feet wide, but spanned more than 1,200 miles from Arkansas to the Colorado River. Today, the trail has been clearly marked and can be followed by motorized vehicles. Laws Spring, located along the trail, was a major water stop for the travelers and said to be used by the original expedition that scouted this Northern Arizona area. Allow an hour or two for the drive and scenic stops along the way. This place is open daily from 8 AM.
  • Foxglenn Park

    4300 East Butler Avenue Flagstaff, AZ 86004 United States - Phone: +1 928 213 2300(City Park Council)
    The nearly 30-acre Foxglenn Park sports plenty of facilities of active, fun-loving folk, including a skate track, basketball courts, soccer fields, a baseball field, a softball field and a playground for the rugrats.
  • Grand Canyon Railway

    1201 West Route 66 Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 520 773 1976
    Take a day trip to Williams and witness a "Wild-West Shootout," then ride an authentic steam-powered locomotive 65-miles to the south rim of the Grand Canyon. Shop along the Canyon or try a little ice-cream treat while enjoying the view. Your return trip holds a little "surprise." If you prefer to stay in Williams, there are quaint B&Bs as well as the popular Fray Marcos Hotel. Antique shops line the charming streets of Williams, which is part of historic Old Route 66. Fares run from $24.95-$119.95 round trip. Call +1 800 843 8724 (Toll Free).
  • Sunset Crater Volcano

    Fire Road 545 Loop Road Flagstaff, AZ 86004 United States - Phone: +1 520 526 0502
    Located north of Flagstaff near Wupatki National Monument, this volcano last erupted in 1065, scattering ash and black cinder for miles around the area. Examine fascinating volcanic features such as squeeze-ups and hornitos. Hike along one-mile Lava Flow Trail and discover a variety of volcanic formations. Climb a nearby cinder cone on the Lennox Crater Trail and enjoy the astounding views.
  • Meteor Crater

    Interstate 40 & Meteor Crater Road Flagstaff, AZ 86004 United States - Phone: +1 520 289 2362
    View the remains of a 50,000-year old meteor impact, which crashed with a force greater than 20 million tons of TNT exploding. 550 feet deep and nearly 2 1/2 miles in circumference, its terrain is so similar to the moon that NASA used it as a training site for Apollo Astronauts. The visitor center features exhibits and multi-media presentations. A gift shop and snack bar are available onsite. Located 35 miles east of Flagstaff on Interstate-40. Admission is $10 for adults, $9 for seniors and $5 for children.
  • Rolle Activity Center

    E Pine Knoll Drive & S Huffer Lane Flagstaff, AZ 86011 United States - Phone: +1 928 523 4227
    The Rolle Activity Center is the main sports center of North Arizona University. The center plays host to the annual Fiesta Bowl Volleyball Tournament. Build in 1972 primarily for team practices, the sports venue also has a gymnasium and holds sporting events year-round. The Fiesta Bowl Volleyball Tournament starts in September, call beforehand to know the details.
  • Sinagua High School

    3950 East Butler Avenue Flagstaff, AZ 86004 United States - Phone: +1 928 527 5500
    Sinagua High School is an epitome of education. It aims at creating complete and honest citizens out of the students. Sporting activities like football and baseball are offered and emphasized on for well-rounded development. The Learning Center deals with subjects like reading, writing and maths, and the school aims at educating and providing avenues for potential drop-outs. Sinagua works on a policy of six pillars that include trustworthiness, respect. responsibility, fairness, caring and citizenship.
  • Trinity Heights Church

    3600 North 4th Street Flagstaff, AZ 86004 United States - Phone: +1 928 526 1397
    Trinity Heights Church is involved in many humanitarian activities, right from dealing with the AIDS/HIV crisis to collecting grants for the poor. It also has a monthly newsletter, "Chimes" which features news about the church and various activities and programs in the church as well as Flagstaff. It also has another newsletter GriefShare, which apt to its name, deals with people who are grieving.
  • Heritage Square

    Aspen Street Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 853 4292
    Here's entertainment with a good cause. The Heritage Square Trust is an organisation that provides the best in professional entertainment to all, free of cost. While all entertainment venues charge admission fees for high-profile events, this one is open to all. The performances take place in the amphitheater that is 11,000 square foot in size, perfect for any kind of concerts, plays and performances. An audience of 1200 can be accommodated here. Check the website for information on upcoming events.
  • Flagstaff's Haunted Places

    1 E. Route 66 Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 774 9541 / +1 800 842 7293
    A seasonal guided walking tour of the classic haunted places of Flagstaff is filled with ghostly tales, unexplained phenomenon and spine-tingling tales of Flagstaffs colorful past.  Stops along this tour include the Brakeman, Emerson the Ghost, the Balcony Specter, the Old Man in the Basement, the Zane Grey Ballroom, and many more.  This is a spooky historic tour sure to thrill young and old, especially during the ghostly Halloween season.  Free and open to the public, this volunteer-guided walking tour dedicated to the rich history of Flagstaff's most haunted places is time well spent exploring one of the most haunted cities in Arizona. -Herman Sims
  • Lava River Cave

    Forest Road 171B & Forest Road 245 Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 526 0866
    Formed nearly 700,000 years ago by molten rock erupting from a volcanic vent in nearby Hart Prairie, this mile long tube is an incredible example of a cave formed in only a few hours as opposed to other lengthy geological events that formed the Arizona canyons. Because the conditions in this cave are cold and dark be sure to bring a dependable source of light, warm clothes and sturdy shoes. Steps have been formed using lava rocks to ease entrance into the cave, which instead of walking into must be entered from above. An interpretive center is also at the site, detailing the geology of the cave and its fascinating creation. -Herman Sims
  • Elden Pueblo Ruins

    Highway 89 North Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 527 3452
    This site, the location of an ancient Sinagua village inhabited from about 1070-1275 CE, makes archeology and the study of ancient people available to the public. This site was thought to be part of an extensive trading system evidenced by items from as far away as Mexico and California found in the village. Although this site is open to the public at any time there are guided tours and events presented by the Arizona Natural History Association and the Elden Pueblo Archeology Project. Call to check for tour and event availability and times. This exciting site makes for a great easily accessible archaeological adventure and at just one mile north of the Flagstaff Mall, it is also easy to get to. -Herman Sims
  • Fort Tuthill

    Fairgrounds Road Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 774 3464
    Fort Tuthill Museum is housed in one of Fort Tuthill's original buildings and presents the history of the 158th Infantry Regiment. The building presents the appearance of a Regimental Headquarters Building of the 1940s and houses several exhibitions, including a vast array of memorabilia celebrating over 100 years of Arizona military history. Some exhibits include the story of the 1st Arizona Volunteers, the 1895 Spanish American War, the 1916 Mexican Border War, World War I, the Alamo Scouts, and a diorama of Fort Tuthill in 1934. The volunteer staff are very knowledgeable, answering questions and providing guided tours. With admission at only $3, with children and military personnel free, this makes a great historical location to visit any time. The museum may remain open on Thursdays and Fridays depending on staff availability.
  • Buffalo Park

    2400 North Gemini Road Flagstaff, AZ 86004 United States - Phone: +1 928 774 2868
  • Bearizona Wildlife Park

    1500 East Roue 66 Williams, AZ 86046 United States - Phone: +1 928 635 2289
    Bearizona, as the name suggests, is a wildlife park located in Williams, AZ, along the Historic Route 66. Spread over 160 acres (64.7 hectares), this park offers visitors a chance to get up close and better acquainted with the region’s diverse wildlife. Calling itself a ‘Drive-Thru Wildlife Park’ may turn away ardent nature lovers, but don’t go by the slogan, as inside a truly comprehensive and unique experience awaits you. The mission of the park is to ‘promote conservation and preservation through safe, affordable, memorable, and educational encounters’ with the amazing animals that call North America, ‘home’. Among the animals living here are Gray Wolves, Black Bears, Bob Cats, Dall Sheep, Arctic Wolves and more. Though the park is open all year round, the open times vary according to weather changes, please check the website for current open times.
  • Roden Crater

    Off Forest Service Road 784 Flagstaff, AZ 86004 United States
    The Roden Crater is a volcanic crater resting atop a now extinct volcano. This unusual volcanic formation is located near Flagstaff, Arizona. The structure is named after artist James Turrell, who purchased the land of the crater in 1979 and has transformed it into a solar observatory since then.
  • Macy's European Coffee House & Bakery

    14 South Beaver St Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 774 2243
    Mingling with the fresh scent of pine in Flagstaff's brisk mountain air, you'll note an intoxicating aroma of coffee wafting from this coffee shop. The eclectic and cozy establishment is bustling with students, professionals and visitors from all over the world who've stopped in for just-brewed beans ground fresh on the premises. If good coffee is an art, Macy's is this town's favorite gallery. Complement your cup with a delectable from the pastry counter; this cafe is also famous for its baked sensations. Besides coffee sipping, this spot is famous for its poetry nights, Sunday morning story-telling, and opera nights.
  • Beaver Street Brewery and Whistle Stop Cafe

    11 South Beaver St Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 779 0079
    Wash down your burger, sandwich or wood-fired pizza with a handcrafted beer from the award-winning selection. You can even watch the chefs prepare your meal and the brewmeisters brewing the ales and porters. During the summer, dine on the "Beer Garden" patio. The Whistle Stop Cafe now offers full banquet facilities. This is an Arizona Republic newspaper choice for both "Best Restaurant" and "Best Bar" in Flagstaff. The food here is quite ambitious for pub fare. The dinner menu changes nightly. There is a newly added billiards room. Opens daily, at 11:30a.
  • Brandy's Restaurant

    1500 E Cedar Ave Flagstaff, AZ 86004 United States - Phone: +1 928 779 2187
    A frequent winner of "best breakfast" and "best desserts" awards locally, this strip-mall cafe is a comfortable place to relax with a specialty coffee. Start the day with a freshly cooked breakfast or traditional European-style pastry. The Tucson Daily Citizen once referred to it as "Flagstaff's best kept secret," but we're letting the word out. Hearty breakfasts include unique offerings like trout and eggs, homemade Swedish oat pancakes and the house special, Eggs Brandy (poached eggs on a bagel, topped with Hollandaise sauce). Service is friendly and attentive, and a tempting display of baked goods gives the place a homey feel.
  • Western Gold Dining Room

    2515 E Butler Ave Flagstaff, AZ 86004 United States - Phone: +1 928 779 7979
    The Little America Hotel's main dining room, the Western Gold, offers an all-you-care-to-eat lunch buffet Monday through Friday in addition to a lavish Sunday brunch. The lunch buffet includes carved-to-order meats, entrées of the day, soups, salads and desserts. Full liquor service is available, with wines by the glass. Tables near the window look out onto the resort's well-manicured grounds. The on-property coffee shop offers a more casual dining experience and the Tiffany Tree Lounge provides live entertainment some nights.
  • Strombolli's Restaurant and Pizzeria

    1435 South Milton Rd Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 773 1960
    This pizzeria and Italian restaurant is a local favorite for its New-York style pizzas and ultra-affordable Italian dinners. It's the perfect place to bring the kids and enjoy a filling feast either indoors or on the patio. There's nothing fancy here, just a friendly staff and flavorful Italian food that will make you want to "mangia". Twenty-four topping choices are available for the New York-style pizzas. A children's menu is available. Beer, wine and specialty coffee drinks are also offered. Opens everyday at 11a.
  • Black Barts

    2760 East Butler Ave Flagstaff, AZ 86004 United States - Phone: +1 928 779 3142
    Named for a famous stagecoach robber of the 1870s, this cowboy place is a favorite with locals and visitors alike. Wander around and enjoy more than 6,000 square feet of antiques and collectibles. Besides the saloon and steakhouse, there's also an antique store, general store and RV park on the property. This is pure 1890s Arizona! A live musical revue adds a Western feel to your meal. The menu consists of cowboy-style steaks, ribs and chicken. Big prime rib cuts and porterhouse steaks are house specialties. Full bar service is available. Opens daily, at 5p.
  • Mogollon Brewing Company

    15 North Agassiz St Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 773 8950
    You will just have to stop by to find out. Other than the mysterious pies, this popular Flagstaff brewpub offers ales that have been made on-site, using traditional brewing methods. The menu offers cuisine that is both made with, and matches well with, the beers. So grab a seat at the bar and hoist a mug of Mogollon's best. The atmosphere is friendly and the place virtually screams "brew pub" with its production paraphernalia. Both bar and table seating are available for dining. Live music is offered six nights a week. Pizzas, sandwiches and a few hot items are offered with its house-brewed beers as a main ingredient.
  • Cafe Espress

    16 North San Francisco St Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 774 0541
    This is one of Flagstaff's most popular places for those of the non-nightclub set, especially those of the vegetarian persuasion. Works by local artists grace the walls, and the menu includes everything from amaranth to tempeh. The outdoor deck is a favorite place to sip an espresso and read, or discuss current events and environmental issues. Remember, this is a laid-back kind of place, so don't expect speedy service.
  • Pasto

    19 E Aspen Ave Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 779 1937
    The two dining rooms here are decked out in different decors: one has sunny yellow walls and a more airy feel, while the other has a sports classic East Coast Italian styling with brick walls and painted tin ceilings. No matter where you're seated though, you still get the same great meals. On the menu, you'll find both traditional and creative pasta dishes. There is also a wide variety of appetizing entrées such as the Shrimp Parmigiana and Pine Nut Crusted Chicken.
  • Mountain Oasis

    11 East Aspen Ave Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 214 9270
    If you're expecting belly dancers and an exotic atmosphere, you might be disappointed. With its bentwood furnishings, brick walls and plethora of plants, this place is more like a Boston college-area cafe or a Seattle eatery. But, don't let its looks deceive you, it serves some very authentic Middle Eastern and Mediterranean fare. Many vegetarian selections are on the menu, as are seafood, poultry and steaks. At lunch, choose from hot and cold sandwiches and pasta dishes. Full breakfasts are served, as are baked goods and specialty coffees. Dinner main courses are mostly in the $10-15 range, breakfasts and lunches $4-8.
  • San Felipes Cantina

    103 North Leroux St Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 779 6000
    Walk under the shark, past the row of what looks like old brightly painted race car seats, and you're entering the party zone. This Cabo San Lucas/Puerto Vallarta/Acapulco-inspired cantina is fun and funky. It's a favorite place to drink, dine and dance any night of the week. The menu tends toward the tropical with items like Mango Chicken and Margarita Shrimp. Buckets of shrimp, huge burritos and fish and shrimp tacos are also favorites; all at reasonable prices. Live music on weekends will put you in a "fiesta" state of mind.
  • Charly's Pub & Grill

    23 North Leroux Street Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 779 1919
    The Weatherford Hotel's dining room and bar is a must-see dining destination for those with an interest in historic properties. Even if you're not into old buildings, the Arizona-inspired edibles, great beer selection and live entertainment make it worth a visit. Breads, soups and pies are made daily. Sunset dinners are served in the Zane Grey Ballroom. Sidewalk dining is available in mild weather. Full bar service is available with 20 imported beers on tap. Live entertainment is also on tap nightly.
  • La Bellavia Restaurant

    18 S Beaver St Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 774 8301
    From its lacy cafe curtains to its country furnishings and accessories, this little Flagstaff gem is warm and welcoming. Maybe that's why it's one of the city's favorite breakfast and lunch spots. Be ready for a bit of a wait; this place is always busy. Owners Ed and Brandy Wojciak serve up everything from inventive egg dishes (including trout and eggs and nine variations on Eggs Benedict) to specialty sandwiches, quiches, salads and burgers. Prices run from about USD5-8 for most items. A daily lunch special offers a classic sandwich and cup of soup. You'll also enjoy the Wojciak's east side restaurant, Brandy's.
  • August Moon

    1300 South Milton Rd Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 774 5280
    This prettily appointed Chinese restaurant serves plentiful portions of Mandarin cuisine at very affordable prices. The special "Dinner Deal" includes a choice of entree, an appetizer, steamed or fried rice, soup and fortune cookies. Family and Combination dinners are priced from USD8-10 per person. Lunch specials, served from 11 am-3:45pm, are full feasts. House specialties include Sizzling Rice Seafood (shrimp, scallops, imitation crab and vegetables on sizzling rice), Eight Treasures (shrimp, beef, chicken with peanuts and vegetables) and Chun Pi Beef in orange peel sauce. Full bar service is available.
  • Alpine Pizza

    7 North Leroux Street Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 779 4109
    Since 1973, this eatery has satisfied local cravings for perfect pies. Order them by the slice or whole, and the Italian treats will be served up (or delivered) hot, fresh and flavorful. Stromboli, calzones and lasagna are also local favorites. Beer and wine are served. Much of the business is take-out and delivery, so don't expect much more than a friendly, neighborhood atmosphere. Concentrate on the quality of the food rather than the under-whelming atmosphere; you'll be more than satisfied.
  • Granny's Closet

    218 S Milton Road Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 774 8331
    Despite its name, this fine dining venue is large and lively with big-time rustic charm. When NAU students set out to impress a date, or are dining on their parents' dollar, this is where they head. The menu concentrates on Italian specialties but also includes a fair share of steak and seafood dishes. The soup, shrimp, salad and fresh fruit bar is legendary. Though the dining room has a somewhat formal air, the adjacent sports bar is usually loud and lively, especially on NAU game days. Opens everyday at 11a.
  • Kachina Restaurant

    522 East Rte 66 Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 779 1944
    Just east of Downtown Flagstaff on historic Route 66, this has long been a favorite local choice for Sonoran-style Mexican cuisine. The building is rustic and the decor festive in the Mexican tradition. Service is efficient and friendly. A full range of specialties runs from tacos and tostadas to burritos, enchiladas to combination plates. Full bar service is available.
  • Mamma Luisa

    2710 N Steves Blvd Flagstaff, AZ 86004 United States - Phone: +1 928 526 6809
    For two decades, Mamma Luisa has been treating Flagstaff diners to outstanding Italian cuisine including homemade breads, sliced-to-order veal dishes, pastas and chicken. Lunch and dinner are served daily, with prices ranging from $6-$20. The menu is large, and so is the flavor, though the restaurant itself is quite diminutive. Though it may get a bit cozy when it's crowded, the place is filled with country charm and a charming service staff that will make you feel welcome. A children's menu is available. Full bar service is available with house wine about $4-$6 a glass. Opens everyday at 5p.
  • Delhi Palace

    2700 S Woodlands Village Blvd Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 556 0019
    Flagstaff's purveyor of Indian edibles is dedicated to introducing diners to the spices and seasonings of that faraway land. There are preparations to suit every taste. Order dishes subtly seasoned or full-flavored and zesty; the chef is happy to accommodate you. The comfortable cafe is decked out in collectibles from India, and the staff is always eager to help you select from the many vegetarian, meat and seafood specialties.
  • Mandarin Garden

    3518 East Highway 66 Flagstaff, AZ 86004 United States - Phone: +1 928 526 5033
    In what may seem like a sea of Chinese restaurants in the Flagstaff area, this one stands out for its health-conscious offerings. Low calorie and low- or no-salt options are featured on the table-service menu and lunch buffet. Vegetarians will find this an especially appetizing eatery. Fresh vegetables are plentiful in nearly all dishes, and care is taken to monitor the nutritional value of each item. The restaurant is cheery, the staff accommodating and the prices very reasonable at $4-8 for most menu items. Beer and wine are available.
  • Golden Dragon Bowl

    2730 E Lakin D Flagstaff, AZ 86004 United States - Phone: +1 928 527 3238
    When you see the large dragon on the sign and the Chinese lettering on the building, you'll know you've arrived at one of Flagstaff's most versatile Asian restaurants. The menu offers Cantonese, Mandarin, Hunan and Szechuan dishes, and a daily buffet is served from 11a-2p. If you have a favorite Chinese dish, you're likely to find it on the extensive, but not expensive, menu. The interior decor continues to play on the dragon theme and the staff is always eager to please.
  • Buster's Restaurant and Bar

    1800 S Milton Rd Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 774 5155
    When the townsfolk have a hankering for fresh fish and shellfish, Buster's always fits the bill. It's also popular with the students and staff of nearby Northern Arizona University, who like to get together at the bar for their nightcaps. Simply decorated and staffed by a very competent crew, this classic restaurant offers a full range of seafood, plus prime rib and Angus beef. If you're an early diner (or looking for a great deal), try the Sunset dinners from 4pm-6pm daily. House specialties are offered at substantial discounts.
  • Horsemen Lodge

    8500 Highway 89 North Flagstaff, AZ 86004 United States - Phone: +1 928 526 2655
    Three miles north of Flagstaff Mall on State Route 89, this rustic mountain lodge serves up Sterling Silver Certified Premium USDA Choice steaks to discerning carnivores. Consistently named the area's best steakhouse for nearly a decade by the Arizona Daily Sun, it is a great place to experience the cowboy culture of the Southwest. In addition to steaks, a few poultry, pork and seafood dishes are offered. Full bar service is available. Opens from Monday to Saturday at 5p.
  • Dara Thai

    14 S San Francisco St Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 774 0047
    It's no longer the only Thai restaurant in town, but it remains most folks' favorite. With enticing dishes such as Evil Jungle Princess, who can blame them? A wide variety of vegetarian options are among the curries, rice and noodle dishes on the menu. Satays and Tom Yum Gai soup are also favorite options. The staff is very willing to customize the dishes to fit your desired level of spice and your dietary restrictions. Full bar service is available. The dining room is Asian-style sparse but welcoming. An Asian beer makes a great accompaniment to the food.
  • El Chilito

    1551 South Milton Rd Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 774 4666
    For nearly a quarter of a century, Flagstaff Mexican food mavens have chosen this cozy cantina for its well-prepared food and warm and inviting atmosphere. It's the kind of place where the whole family will feel at home; you'll be pleasantly surprised by the quality as well as the quantity of the menu offerings. Traditional burritos, tacos, enchiladas and combination plates are priced from USD4-USD10, with Margaritas, beer and wine starting at about USD3. Stop by for "Fiesta Hour", held Monday-Friday from 4p-7p, and stay for a relaxing and satisfying dinner. Or, come by earlier in the day for a quickly served lunch.
  • Sakura

    1175 West Route 66 Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 773 9118
    The Radisson Woodlands Hotel's Japanese restaurant is one of the few, and one of the finest, sushi establishments in Northern Arizona. The setting is Asian minimalist, but the menu offerings provide maximum flavor and good value. In addition to an appetizing assortment of sushi, the restaurant's talented chefs will prepare tableside Teppanyaki dinners for your dining party. Lunch and dinner are served daily and the Sunday brunch is a fun alternative for adventurous diners. Menu prices range from $12-$18, with full bar service available.
  • New Frontiers Natural Market

    1000 S Milton Rd Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 774 5747
    Salads, sandwiches, soups and baked goods are made fresh daily using top quality natural ingredients at this favorite Flagstaff market and deli. You'll never find any artificial flavors, colors or preservatives here. Anyone with vegetarian dietary preferences (no matter how strict) or special dietary restrictions should give this place a try. A few tables are available for dining in, but most of the business is on a take-out basis.
  • Miz Zips Cafe

    2924 East Santa Fe Avenue Flagstaff, AZ 86004 United States - Phone: +1 928 526 0104
    The quintessential Route 66 roadhouse, this is the place any road-weary traveler will want to stop for good, no-nonsense home cooking. Even if you're not on the road, you'll want to stop by anyway. The sassy service, no-frills eats and quaint atmosphere are truly priceless. As you might expect, breakfast is a big thing here featuring made-from-scratch pancakes and the usual diner fare. The fries are freshly cut, and the proprietors butcher their own meats for extra juicy burgers and steaks.
  • Cafe Ole

    121 South San Francisco St Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 520 774 8272
    Yes, you'll find traditional burritos, tamales and tacos here, but you'll also find more creative fare, not to mention a more healthful approach to Mexican cuisine. The kitchen's lard-free cooking uses only pure vegetable oils, an artery-sparing alternative to the usual fat-laden fare. Be sure to try the Green Chile Tamales and the Chicken Posole Stew. Many vegetarian dishes are also offered. Sip an unusual tequila/wine margarita along with your lunch or dinner. This place feels a lot more like earthy Flagstaff than many of the pseudo South-of-the Border restaurants in town.
  • Flagstaff Brewing Company

    16 E Route 66 Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 773 1442
    The owners of this place set out to break the mold of the standard brew pub, and they've done a darned good job. This isn't one of those fern-bar furnished places that attracts the under-30s hipsters. It's a place where regular folk feel at home kicking back for a pint of perfection. The place may add a bit of lightheartedness to the names of its brews: Bubbaganouj Ale; Blackbird Porter; Sasquatch Stout; and during December, Grinch Holiday Ale. However, the rich-bodied, satisfying beers are taken very seriously. Cask-conditioned ales, called Firkin Beers, are produced in the traditional English style. Pints of beer start at around USD4.
  • Red Lobster

    2500 S. Beulah Blvd Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 556 9604
    If you have a hankering for seafood this is the place to go. Red Lobster has a wide variety of good eats for the whole family. Various appetizers, special entrees, drinks and desserts ensure a menu with something for just about anybody. Lunch and dinner menus include shrimp, soups and salads, seafood platters, chicken, steak, and pasta. For calorie-counters, choose from the LightHouse Menu, which highlights dishes that won't cause you to tip the scales. A Kid's Menu is available with fine fare for the little ones like chicken fingers and mac & cheese. Be sure to save room for a scrumptious dessert. Gift Cards are available as a great gift for the seafood lover.
  • Red Lobster

    1821 E Highway 69 Prescott, AZ 86301 United States - Phone: +1 928 778 2717
    If you have a hankering for seafood this is the place to go. Red Lobster has a wide variety of good eats for the whole family. Various appetizers, special entrees, drinks and desserts ensure a menu with something for just about anybody. Lunch and dinner menus include shrimp, soups and salads, seafood platters, chicken, steak, and pasta. For calorie-counters, choose from the LightHouse Menu, which highlights dishes that won't cause you to tip the scales. A Kid's Menu is available with fine fare for the little ones like chicken fingers and mac & cheese. Be sure to save room for a scrumptious dessert. Gift Cards are available as a great gift for the seafood lover.
  • Olive Garden

    2550 S. Beulah Blvd Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 779 3000
    Olive Garden serves up authentic Italian cuisine. Their signature breadsticks and one-of-a-kind menu make them an American icon. Standard Italian options like bruchetta, calamari, ravioli, and eggplant parmigiana line their lengthy menu. More exotic items like salmon, chicken dishes, and innovative pizzas are also available. For the calorie-counter, Olive Garden has a range of low fat and low carbohydrate options. Their bottomless salads ensure a well-balanced feast. Enjoy your meal with a bottle from their extensive wine list or one of their tropical island drinks. Finally, top it all off with a little something from their dessert menu- their cakes, custards, and ice creams are sure to win you over. Lunch and take out menus are available.
  • Cottage Place Restaurant

    126 West Cottage Avenue Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 774 8431
    This little cottage may look unimposing, but dining here is an extremely formal affair! The efficient service and rich food have given it an impeccable reputation. Fine dining is a tradition at Cottage Place since 1980, with the menu featuring a mix of Continental dishes. Try the specialty Chateaubriand for Two, and don't miss out on the salads. The award-winning wine-list serves to whet your appetite. If you are fond of the good life and love your food rich, this restaurant will definitely fit the bill!
  • Bigfoot Bar-B-Q

    120 N Leroux St. Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 226 1677
    Bigfoot is without a doubt one of the best eateries in Flagstaff. You forget the difficulty you had in finding the place, when you smell the meat slowly roasting and the aroma of the scrumptious sauces. If you are in for a quick bite, chew down a specialty sandwich like Catfish Po' Boy or bite into the delicious Fat Dogs. Hard core carnivores can try the Hickory Smoked Meats with a side of corned bread. They even tempt you with hard to resist salads, side dishes and special 'baskets'. If you like your meat and alcohol to go hand in hand just choose from the beers and wines available. Still have room for more? Don't let anyone stop you from trying the pies. In case you really fall in love with the food here, pick up a special t-shirt as a memento! Bigfoot Bar-B-Q offers deliveries, take outs and catering. Yummy and convenient; that's Bigfoot for you!
  • Outback Steakhouse

    2600 East Lucky Lane Flagstaff, AZ 86004 United States - Phone: +1 928 774 7630
    Take in the atmosphere of the Australian Outback while enjoying mouth-watering entrees and high-quality service. Serving dinner only, Outback Steakhouse offers an extensive menu featuring appetizers, chicken, ribs, steak, seafood, pasta, salads and desserts for moderate prices. Family-friendly, the casual restaurant has something for everyone at its numerous locations in North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Outback Steakhouse also offers call-ahead seating and curbside take-away. Check website for locations and menu selections.
  • IHOP

    2725 South Woodlands Village Boulevard Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 779 5888
    The perfect American breakfast is incomplete without pancakes. If you are looking for just that, then IHOP is the place for you! The traditional dishes still rule the roost, but dishes like buttermilk pancakes, pigs in blanket still grace the menu. Amongst breakfast items, popular ones include omelets, crepes and waffles. For dinner, hot favorites are chicken roasted in herbs, pot roast and T-bone steak. Amongst old favorites is Rooty-Tooty Fresh'-n-Fruity. One great aspect of IHOP is that senior citizens are taken care of. Smaller meals with lower rates are offered to them. They also have a special kids menu.
  • Brix

    413 North San Francisco Street Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 213 1021
    Located in a historic carriage house in downtown Flagstaff, is the 'Brix', a restaurant offering organic, contemporary and great American fare. Produce procured from local farmers and ranchers is fresh, which adds to its Mediterranean flavors. The place is airy and spacious with the bar right in the front along with a patio style dining area. Wild Mushroom Risotto, Liberty Farm's Crispy Duck Breast, with the day's special are a must try. For a great finish try on of the cheese offering from the tray or desserts like Apple-Rum Spice Cake or Triple Chocolate Mousse Parfait. Nothing like a sumptuous, mouthwatering desserts to satiate your hunger.
  • Cuveé

    6 E Aspen Avenue Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 214-9463

    This Heritage Square wine bar offers well-priced salads, sandwiches, and entrees in a warm setting. There's an extensive selection of wines by the bottle or by the glass; if you're unsure what to order, try one of the three-wine flight selections. Savor Chef Ben Shaffer's overnight brisket sandwich with blue cheese fondue, or ask for the vegetable panini. Finish your meal with amazing Earl Grey chocolate truffles that will melt in your mouth. On nice days you can dine outside on the patio and enjoy the weather. Check website for wine tastings and other events. Closed Sundays during football season.

  • Alvin's Casual Fine Dining

    5200 Cortland Blvd. Flagstaff, AZ 86004 United States - Phone: +1 928 526 2797

    Located in the Continental Plaza a short distance from the Flagstaff Mall with tables decorated in elegant green linen, and a professional wait staff dressed to match, Alvin's has the ambiance of an upscale big city restaurant.  Enjoy a lunch menu of classic sandwiches or one of Alvin's unique Parmesan bread creations paired with a bowl of daily-made soup.  Dinner items range from classic prime rib to Maine lobster tail.  Several dishes come with a sophisticated Southwest flair such as the pork medallions with cranberry sage relish or the Ponderosa chicken.  Alvin's also offers a lounge area where you can have your meal in front of a fireplace, drinks at the bar, or watch a game on the big screen. -Herman Sims

  • Jotini's on the Green

    2380 North Oakmont Flagstaff, AZ 86004 United States - Phone: +1 928 527 7998

    This lively sports bar offers casual dining for lunch and dinner with spectacular views of the golf course at the Continental Flagstaff.  Whether you want to grab a quick lunch between rounds on the green or a dinner under the stars, Jotini's offers an affordable menu for your dining experience. Featuring American classic cuisine that will not disappoint such as fresh Caesar salad and perfectly grilled steak, Jotini's is memorable and highly recommended. During the summer and spring Jontini's hours are extended to include lunch. -Herman Sims

     

  • Hiro's Sushi Bar & Japanese Restaurant

    1312 S. Plaza Way Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 226 8030
    Hiro's Japanese Bar and Restaurant is located just off of Milton Way and is a must-stop for any Sushi lover traveling through Flagstaff.  With it's remodeled dining room, seating for 150, and traditional Japanese atmosphere, Hiro's makes for a truly memorable dining experience.  For the sushi lover there is a full sushi bar with 20 kinds of nigiri sushi, over 40 types of rolls, and several daily specials the change daily. There is also a wide selection of other Japanese dishes including beef teryaki, ginger pork, chicken yakisoba, katsu Don, miso soup and noodles galore.  Attached is a Japanese gift shop to purchase everything from a kimono to spices.  The menu is reasonably priced with many lunch and dinner specials. -Herman Sims
  • Cheba Hut

    1411 S. Milton Way Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 637 6429
    Looking at the menu board at Cheba's features generously portioned subs created from a combination of ingredients made fresh daily. Helpful staff and very reasonable prices make this the place to come when hungry. With 32 types of sandwiches, including 7 veggie selections, soup and salad offerings, there is always something new to try.  Classic subs like the reuben, pastrami, and meatball are available as well as Cheba Hut special creations such as the Midwest's Best, Chronic, and KGB.  Prices vary with available daily specials, averaging less than $10 for a sub, side and drink. -Herman Sims
  • Randall's Fine Meats

    5200 E. Cortland Boulevard Flagstaff, AZ 86004 United States - Phone: +1 928 714 1209
    Randall's, voted “Best Of Flagstaff” is a widely known name throughout town for carrying an astonishing range of fine meat and cheeses, including a full line of Boarshead deli meats. The staff gladly share their extensive knowledge about their products with patrons as they make a selection, which can be a bit tricky given the variety. The market also supplies kiosks at Flagstaff farmers markets, as well as supplying several outfitting and outdoor activity and tour companies with packed lunches for excursions. Just want a sandwich to go? Randall's can help you there too! -Herman Sims
  • Lumberyard Brewing Company

    5 South San Francisco Street Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 779 2739
    The Lumberyard Brewing Company offers patrons a wide variety of award-winning beers brewed on site, as well as themed nights, entertainment, and a delicious gastro-pub food menu. Be sure try their beer flight, and stop in on Wednesdays for karaoke or Thursdays for trivia. On Fridays and Saturdays be prepared; you might just find yourself boogieing on the dance floor during their weekend dance nights!
  • Josephine's Modern American Bistro

    503 North Humphreys Street Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 779 3400
    Experience intimate dining featuring traditional American cuisine at Josphine's Modern American Bistro tucked in the heart of the historic district. Housed in a converted bungalow that has found a spot in the National Historic  Register, the restaurant presents an idyllic venue for romantic dinners, casual lunches and special occasions. The wood-paneled interiors still retain the rustic elements from vintage furnishing to the fireplace, lending a unique ambiance to the place. The menu is an illustration of Chef Tony Cosentino's exquisite creations rooted to local flavors and highlighting fresh ingredients. Must-trys include the Green Chili Tamale Gnocchi, Diablo Shrimp “Macaroni and Cheese”, Bacon Wrapped Filet Mignon, Josephine’s Pot Pie and the House Salad. An award winning list accompanies the menu selections, adding a fine touch to the whole dining experience which is nothing less than unforgettable. Reserve ahead to make the most.
  • Flagstaff Historic Downtown

    1 East Route 66 Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 774 9541 / +1 800 842 7293(Tourist Information)
    Historical Flagstaff was centered around the railroad, so there's no more appropriate place to start your downtown tour than the Visitor Center, housed in the Tudor-style Santa Fe Railroad station. There, you'll be provided with maps and information on many historic buildings that lie within the downtown area. Don't miss the 1888 Babbitt Brothers Trading Company building (constructed in a Renaissance Revival style), the Spanish Colonial Hotel Monte Vista and the 1920s Weatherford Hotel. Many restaurants, bars and shops in this area retain the charm and nostalgia of historic Route 66.
  • Peace Surplus

    14 W Route 66 Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 779 4521
    If you're looking for adventure in the forests, canyons and deserts around Flagstaff, check out this highly visible outdoors equipment store downtown opposite from the train station. Both sales and rentals are available for camping, flyfishing, hiking and winter sports. This includes clothing, footwear, gifts, tents, as well as advice from a very knowledgable staff. A large selection of brand-name equipment and clothing is available.
  • Aspen Sports

    15 N San Francisco St Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 779 1935
    This well-stocked downtown sporting goods dealer has everything you need to hit the slopes in winter and the hiking trails and local lakes in the spring, fall and summer. When you have the sudden urge to ski at Snowbowl, but don't have the gear, never fear. This place has complete and reasonably priced downhill, cross-country and snowboard packages. You'll also find a full spectrum of camping and hiking gear and water sports equipment, as well as all manner of items for individual and group sports activities. The staff is trained to help you select the size and style that best fits your abilities and your goals.
  • Aradia Bookstore

    116 W Cottage Ave Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 779 3817
    Each week, this downtown book seller selects a different subject area and features books of that genre at half-off the regular price. The owners carry a full range of subjects, from local history and culture to national best sellers. You'll also find a good selection of cards, calendars and magazines here. If you don't immediately find what you're looking for, be sure to ask one of the friendly staff members; they'll help you locate the desired material, or will try to find it for you elsewhere.
  • Thunder Mountain Traders

    20 East Route 66 Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 779 5291 / +1 888 886 6205(Toll Free)
    Thunder Mountain Traders is one of downtown Flagstaff's popular trading posts, where you'll find an enormous selection of Northern Arizona merchandise and Native American art, crafts and collectibles. Handcrafted jewelry is one of the store's specialties, along with Native rugs and blankets, Kachinas and dolls as well as Western wear, hats and moccasins. Postcards, gift items and novelties make great remembrances of your visit to Flagstaff and Northern Arizona. All Native-made items are guaranteed to be authentic, and many of the items are signed by the artisans.
  • Flagstaff Mall

    4650 N Hwy 89 Flagstaff, AZ 86004 United States - Phone: +1 928 526 4827
    Westcor's bright and spiffy mall is Northern Arizona's only completely indoor shopping center and features more than 60 retailers beneath one roof. Anchored by JC Penney, Dillard's and Sears, the mall offers everything from boutique clothiers to toy stores, gift shops, salons, electronics retailers, shoe and sporting goods stores and jewelers. You'll also find tasty snacks and full meals at the mall's food court and a two-screen theater playing the latest releases. A stacked stone fireplace in the center court adds a cozy welcome to the otherwise bright and spacious mall.
  • Sacred Rites

    8 N San Francisco St Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 556 0018
    Journey from Flagstaff's inspiring peaks to the enlightened place within this gift shop. Surrounded by natural beauty, this peaceful store invites visitors to explore their spiritual potential through instruments associated with religious celebration. Browse aisles of drums, East Indian and Native American flutes, incense and an assortment of music to free the mind and lift the spirit. This colorful spot encourages guests to honor religions of all kinds, focusing on the positive energy existing between creator and creation; the harmony of man with nature.
  • Animas Import Collection

    8 East Route 66 Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 213 1500 / +1 866 504 1212(Toll Free)
    The Animas Trading Company and Import Collection will bring Asia to you. A tiny shop crammed with furniture, bric-a-bracs and collectibles from all over that continent will keep you happily browsing. You can also choose from an interesting collection of clothes, beads and house ware. Customers can pick up smaller pieces, and get larger ones shipped to their homes; or simply order from the exotic product list online.
  • Basement Marketplace

    120 North Leroux Street Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 556 3081
    For that edgy retro look, trot down to the Basement Marketplace. This is a treasure trove for people who like old school clothes with some contemporary spice. Pick up cute and unusual tops, jeans and accessories. You can even buy groovy perfume bottles, candelabra and furniture! This underground marketplace also has restaurants where you can fuel up after a long day of shopping.
  • Mountain Sports

    24 North San Francisco Street Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 226 2885
    Mountain Sports stocks up on serious and fun sports equipment. Buy hiking gear, jackets and bottles, or go a little crazy and pick up some unconventional stuff. The store sells edgy t-shirts with witty sayings in a range of designs and colorful Crocs. If you plan to go hiking and don't want to eat the same old tinned beans and soup, why not try the flavored pates. With flavors like chocolate and orange chilly, it is definitely not your usual camping food! And to make you feel a little better about spending your money here, know that the store donates one percent of all proceeds to the Grand Canyon Wildlands Council.
  • Cosmic Cycles

    901 N. Beaver St. Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 779 1092
    Opened in 1972 by local writer and character Cosmic Ray this full service bicycle shop is made for and by those who love to ride. All the staff are highly experienced in both service and riding and are willing to share their expertise with you. Cosmic Ray offers a full 24 point bike inspection on tune ups, plus bike's purchased at Cosmic's include 6 months free service and the chance to test ride before making your final decision. If you're building your own custom bike, look forward to a 10% discount on your purchases here. Although they only carry a limited amount of makers, you can be sure that these are the best available bikes on the market as well as fully tested and confirmed by Cosmic's staff. -Herman Sims
  • Seasoned Kitchen

    106 N. San Francisco Street Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 213 5942
    The Seasoned Kitchen is located in historic downtown Flagstaff and carries an extensive variety to supply toe well-stocked kitchen. With everything for the beginning cook to the advanced chef, cooking classes presented by local and visiting chefs, seasonal classes, and a helpful and knowledgeable staff, the Seasoned Kitchen is a great shopping experience for anyone. Product brands available include Viking, Swiss Diamond, Messermeister, Henkel, Vita Mix, Kyocera, Omega, Krups and Microplane, among others.  Whether you looking for the newest gadget, a good set of knives, some advice you will find it here.  Be sure and check out the class schedule on their website. -Herman Sims
  • Randall's Fine Meats

    5200 E. Cortland Boulevard Flagstaff, AZ 86004 United States - Phone: +1 928 714 1209
    Randall's, voted “Best Of Flagstaff” is a widely known name throughout town for carrying an astonishing range of fine meat and cheeses, including a full line of Boarshead deli meats. The staff gladly share their extensive knowledge about their products with patrons as they make a selection, which can be a bit tricky given the variety. The market also supplies kiosks at Flagstaff farmers markets, as well as supplying several outfitting and outdoor activity and tour companies with packed lunches for excursions. Just want a sandwich to go? Randall's can help you there too! -Herman Sims
  • The Museum Club

    3404 East Route 66 Flagstaff, AZ 86004 United States - Phone: +1 928 526 9434
    In 1931, hunter and collector Dean Eldredge began construction on a museum to house an amazing assortment of wild animals he had preserved through taxidermy. Converted to a nightclub in 1936, the club's wildest exhibits were then the people who came to dance the night away in what has been called the world's largest log cabin. Today, party animals head to the Museum (affectionately dubbed The Zoo) for drinks, live music, and unusually up-tempo atmosphere. The after-hours extravaganza on weekends is a night owl's favorite perch.
  • Monte Vista Lounge

    100 North San Francisco St Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 779 6971
    In contrast to the Old Post Office next door, this lounge attracts a fairly straight-laced clientele. Here, they're more into sports than the arts, but everyone is still out to have a good time. A generally young group does more than its share of both drinking and dancing here. There's live music every night and it ranges from blues to rock. Thursday night "Open Mikes" are often a hoot, but on the odd occasion, you can hear some real talent. Drinks are priced from about USD3-5, with cover charges (usually around USD5-10) on some nights depending on the band. Happy hour starts at noon. Opens everyday at 9p.
  • San Felipes Cantina

    103 North Leroux St Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 779 6000
    Walk under the shark, past the row of what looks like old brightly painted race car seats, and you're entering the party zone. This Cabo San Lucas/Puerto Vallarta/Acapulco-inspired cantina is fun and funky. It's a favorite place to drink, dine and dance any night of the week. The menu tends toward the tropical with items like Mango Chicken and Margarita Shrimp. Buckets of shrimp, huge burritos and fish and shrimp tacos are also favorites; all at reasonable prices. Live music on weekends will put you in a "fiesta" state of mind.
  • Maloney's Tavern

    101 N Leroux St Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 214 9519
    Though it sounds like an Irish pub and, to a great extent has the same sort of camaraderie, this place generally caters to a younger, livelier crowd who aren't as interested in bantering with the bartender as they are in partying hearty. While it's first and foremost a bar, the tavern also serves tasty, stick-to-your-ribs American fare along with generously poured drinks. Happy Hour: Monday-Friday 4p-7p. This is a comfortable cozy place to congregate, with regularly scheduled live music.
  • The Green Room

    15 North Agassiz Street Flagstaff, AZ 86004 United States - Phone: +1 928 226 8669
    Here's a bar as a bar should be. The beer's good, the music is live (well, mostly) and the guests are mostly regulars. They have special events lined up throughout the week, like DJ nights, Ladies nights, live music and the likes. On the whole, it's a great place to head to for your weekly dose of drinks and fun.
  • Cyber Cafe at Bookman's

    1520 South Riordan Ranch Rd Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 774 0005
    Within Bookman's used book store, this comfortable cafe serves up specialty coffee beverages and pastries. The furnishings are cushy and the atmosphere relaxing. Food and beverage service is from the counter, but you're encouraged to linger and check your email. In addition to Internet access, the equipment includes black-and-white and color printers, game software and more. Equipment use and Internet access varies by the length and type of services being used.
  • B H C Aspen Hill Hospital

    305 W Forest Ave Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 773 1060
    Emergency department, laboratory services, clinical psychiatry, occupational therapy, physical and respiratory therapy, specific dietary plans, 26 staffed beds. Certified for Medicare reimbursement.
  • A Friendly Cab

    1614 North 1st Street Flagstaff, AZ 86003 United States - Phone: +1 928 774 4444
    Operating over a decade now, Friendly Taxi service is popular throughout Northern Arizona. This 24 hours taxi service is known for providing not only safe but fun rides. Give them a call and you will be picked up from any part of the city. Though the taxi service is quick, they might take a little more time during rush hours, so make sure to call them accordingly.
  • Du Bois Center

    E McConnell Drive & S Knoles Drive Flagstaff, AZ 86011 United States - Phone: +1 928 523 3321
    Located on the campus of Northern Arizona University, Du Bois Center is surrounded by natural beauty. Event, conference or meeting, the center has facilities for all. The NAU Dining Services takes dining contracts for all such events. There are different types of meeting rooms, the seating capacity and rates of which vary accordingly. Assignment of residence halls are also taken care of by the center. The expert staff are always there to help you with arranging any kind of event.
  • Lumberjack Stadium

    S San Francisco Street & E Franklin Avenue Flagstaff, AZ 86011 United States - Phone: +1 928 523 2355
    Located in the north side of Northern Arizona University Campus, Lumberjack Stadium is a highly regarded soccer facility in the Big Sky Conference and the West. The seating capacity of the stadium is 3000. Apart from the field which is 65 yards wide by 120 yards long, the stadium has an eight-lane 400-meter track and is also home to the administrative offices of the Center for High Altitude Training. The Northern Arizona mascot is Louie the Lumberjack with various merchandise like caps, T-shirt and bags available for promotion and sales. Adjacent to the Lumberjack Stadium is the NAU recreation with facilities like sauna, gymnasium, aerobics room and much more.
  • High Country Conference Center

    201 West Butler Avenue Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 523 9521
    High Country Conference Center, located on the campus of Northern Arizona University, offers a panoramic view of one of the beautiful places in America. With plenty of opportunities to play golf, go skiing or sightseeing in Flagstaff, combine business with fun and excitement. Conferences would no longer be uninteresting and mundane, especially if outdoor activities invite you for a walk into the lap of nature. The place also offers halls for wedding, meetings, family and corporate events. Accommodation is also available.
  • Flagstaff

    Flagstaff Flagstaff, AZ 86001 United States - Phone: +1 928 774 9541
    Located in the State of Arizona, Flagstaff is a city for all seasons. The city is very inviting to visitors with its hospitable environment. With great scenery all around , this place has a number of beautiful inns and resorts for tourists to live in. There is also a fun side to the city, with many bars, pubs and lounges located here, all of which serve a variety of cuisines. The city is also culturally rich and boasts of a number of attractions, galleries and museums.
  • Kaibab Room

    201 West University Drive Flagstaff, AZ 86011 United States - Phone: +1 928 523 2100 / +1 928 523 2108
    Located on the campus of the Northern Arizona University, at the University Union, the Kaibab Room is where a number of lectures, discussions, talks and other take place. The room also hosts a number of literary events to involve and keep the interest of the students going. Do contact the University for more details.