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You can’t go wrong with food with a combination of local, fresh and healthy. The Phoenix Public Market Cafe offers just that. Located within stumbling distance of the Phoenix Public Market, this cafe sources most of its ingredients from the farmers market itself. On offer are gluten-free specialties for vegetarian and vegan clientele. Enjoy coffee, wine or cocktails outdoors with seasonal flavors.
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.
The Welcome Diner is a 50's inspired diner that serves traditional Southern and soul food. Come and enjoy the locals' favorite dishes - from the juicy fried chicken doused in country gravy to the fries smothered in pulled pork - and grab a few beers while sitting on the pleasant patio, enjoying the Phoenix weather. With strung up lights and wooden benches, Welcome Diner offers a dining experience that is similar to that of a picnic. Located in Downtown Phoenix, where there are no shortage of shops and nightlife to delight and entertain.
Elvis didn't eat here, but he would have if he knew about it. This 50's diner is the ultimate American icon with its jukebox, vinyl-upholstered booths, sassy staff and classic American cuisine. With decor straight out of the fifties, you may want to grease back your locks or dig out your poodle skirt! Besides the burgers and shakes, you can order comforting entrees like open-faced turkey sandwiches, liver and onions, and meatloaf. Breakfasts also feature all-American staples like omelets, pancakes and even oatmeal. And, if you're a fan of cherry Cokes, this is one of the few places you'll still find them made-to-order, not out of a can.
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.