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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. 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.
While walking along this part of historic Beaver Street, the fresh pine scent in the brisk mountain air mixes with intoxicating aroma of coffee wafting out the door at this java spot. The cozy establishment is always bustling with NAU students, professionals and visitors from all over the world who love the mom-and-pop, local ambiance. Everything in the pastry vitrine is made from scratch and even the beans are sourced in a sustainable manner. In addition to superb coffee and sweets, the restaurant also has a delectable array of vegetarian dishes and is one of the few quality veggie options in the city. Macy's is also known for its poetry nights, Sunday morning story-telling, opera evenings and other eclectic events.
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. A daily lunch special offers a classic sandwich and cup of soup.
Collins Irish Pub fits the description of an Emerald Isle bar, with dark-wood paneling, Guinness on tap and a small stage for music. The menu features classics from both the states and Ireland, so you'll find Shepard's Pie, Fish & Chips as well as sliders and fries. The prices are reasonable and it serves as a superb second-choice when one of the many nearby breweries is too crowded.
At Karma Sushi, the kitchen has a certain knack for fusing ingredients from the rugged Southwest with the delicate intricacy of Japanese techniques. Most of the menu focuses on their signature Maki rolls, but there are other wild cards like the Green Mussels with Spicy Cilantro Cream or the Hamachi (Yellowtail) in a piquant spice rub. The sushi menu is extensive, it has everything from classic, clean Sashimi to innovative rolls such as the Kaptain Krunch made with Alaska King Crab and the Godzilla, a wonderful amalgam of Maine lobster tail and snow crab. The list goes on-and-on to the delight of everyone who comes here.
Located on the corner of Leroux Street and Aspen Avenue in historic downtown Flagstaff, Steep serves teas, coffee, cocoa and other creative concoctions to the folk of this mountain town. The atmosphere inside is cozy and modern, although the space retains the old-fashioned tin ceilings as a quaint touch. The baristas provide drinks which include options like lattes, Chai, lemonade and plenty of tea. So grab a seat in the comfortable window booth and watch the world go by with your favorite drink, it is the perfect spot in both winter and summer.