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Matt's Big Breakfast has been covered time and time again by local publications and foodies, elevating this downtown Phoenix diner to legendary status. The uncompromising quality of the ingredients is just the start with spot-on technique and an unchanging menu only adding to what makes this place one of the best for breakfast. The cooks at Matt's whip up perfect eggs, griddlecakes and more hearty mains through the day. A lunch menu is available during the second half of service, although the focus is always placed on the morning fare. Complementary coffee refills top off the appeal of Matt's, a Phoenix highlight that can't be missed.
Windsor is one of the culinary achievements of Craig Demarco; a local restauranteur celebrated throughout the Valley for his popular Postino Winecafe and Churn. The menu features all the goodness of home with favorites like short-ribs and mac-and-cheese. In addition, the restaurant also serves healthier options such as the Fattoush salad and the grease-free Banh-Mi fish sandwich. The spot is open for lunch, dinner and weekend brunches. During the summer months, don't forget to cool off with a creamy, homemade ice cream at Churn, right next door.
A nice cozy bakery, Bertha's Cafe is best known for its delicious sandwiches that you cannot have enough of. Apart from this, they also serve fresh salads, filling wraps, soft pastries and flavorful cheesecakes, for which they have earned many accolades. Open at 7:30a, it is a good place to grab a swift wholesome breakfast. You can always be rest assured that the food at Bertha's is healthy and fresh. There is a kid's menu too, which features favorites like, PB and J sandwiches with a fruit bowl. Each sandwich is extremely tasty, however do try the Roasted Turkey or the Club Sandwich. Finish your meal with the red velvet cupcake that is most popular.
Named after the pair that conceptualized the Arizona Biltmore, Frank & Albert's is one of your top dining options at the hotel. Using local ingredients, the restaurant creates dishes that simply make you want to dig in and offers drinks that are perfect to go with. An eatery you can visit with the family, the place is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The daily High Five Happy Hour from 5p to 7p is a good time to enjoy specialty cocktails, beers and wines. Regular beer dinners are also organized.
Always keeping the local crowds happy, 32 Shea quickly became the preferred spot for breakfasts and quick meals in Phoenix. The contemporary menu starts off the day with specials of croissant sandwiches, espressos to go and homemade granola and the fresh and locally sourced ingredients continue to be highlighted in lunch and dinner menus. The pace of the place winds down towards the evening, converting 32 Shea into a lovely lounge and dinner option popular for its 12 hour long happy hour. The drive-thru facility, catering services and mutt friendly attitude only adds to the charm of this favorite little eatery.
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and there's nowhere better in the Phoenix Metro area to enjoy that meal than the Original Breakfast House. This diner has a bit of a retro feel, but the food can hold up in any decade. Fuel up for your day with omelettes, raspberry chocolate chip pancakes, chilaquiles and so many more choices. If it's a bit too late for breakfast, OBH also serves a lunch menu with items like burgers, sandwiches, tacos and salads. And for the young ones, there's a kid's menu so they can get their perfectly sized portion.