Considered to be Flagstaff's best, this restaurant is open for dinner Wednesday-Sunday; reservations are strongly recommended. Meals are on the expensive side ($20-$40 per entree) but are well worth it.
Good solid fare of various types, plus a variety of good beers. No reservations accepted.
This place is a local legend and heaven for vegetarians. Open daily 6 am - 10 pm
Thai food with a large selection for vegetarians.
Good Italian food. Open Monday-Saturday for lunch and dinner.
Open for lunch and dinner and offering a variety of American and vegetarian fare. Great for lunch.
Homemade German cuisine: sausage, brats, good dark beer. Open for dinner.
Mexican food. Open for lunch during the week, dinner all week and brunch on the weekend.
Japanese food and sushi bar. Open for lunch and dinner Monday - Saturday; dinner on Sunday.
Salads, burgers, sandwiches, with a nice local flair. Located on the ground floor of the Weatherford, a historic old hotel.
Just what it says. Stop here for a glass of wine or beer, then find one of the places above for dinner. Great way to spend a May evening in Flagstaff, assuming it's 75 degrees and sunny rather than snowing.
Fine dining, expensive ($20-$40 per entree) but very good.
Fine dining, somewhat less expensive than Brix and also quite good. Lunch Monday - Friday, and dinner all week.
All-you-can-eat lunch buffet. Cuisine of India, Nepal, and Tibet. Must cross very busy Milton Ave to get to.
Any kind of pizza you want.
Popular place, somewhere between run-of-the-mill and upscale, with pretty good fare. Open for lunch and dinner.
Lots of local flavor & decor, located in Flagstaff's guns-and-manure district (I know, typical astronomer hangout). Open for dinner Monday - Saturday. Located about 10 miles north of the conference center.