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If you spent any time with Mr. Thomas, specially over a meal, then you know that he knew every healthy and/or delicious meal served by local restaurants. This is not to say that other good meals are not out there but if it was organic or free range or grass fed, he had found it. We've visited many of these places and ordered some of those favorites for this report. Enjoy. Also, if you are visiting than this is a good directory of some of the best.
Downtown Flagstaff favorite! Jeff, the current owner does his best to include organic and fresh food in his recipes. Some of the best soups in town.
Grilled chicken salad, a perrenial favorite! Why? The produce is fresh and organic, the dressing - sesame seed oil and tamari - is home made and the chicken is cooked when the item is ordered. We really don't like cold chicken that sat in the fridge, for who knows how long. This factor alone has eliminated some very popular restaurants from this presentation. But there is another important feature on this table, the juice. It is carrot, apple and celery, made fresh. This may be the only restaurant in Flagstaff to make fresh juice with a meal. Just one of many favorites at this establishment.
Mountain Oasis International Restaurant
11 East Aspen Avenue Flagstaff, AZ 86001-5220 (928) 214-9270
If the day is special, Josephine's makes it more so. Right on the way to Arizona Snow Bowl and Grand Canyon from downtown. See map below.
Crab Cake Salad, when only the best will do. Contains fresh baby greens, tossed with roasted corn cilantro vinaigrette, jicama slaw, shredded cabbage, tomato wedges and two freshly cooked crab cakes. And the crab cakes are made of crab meat, not crackers!
Josephine's American Modern Bistro
503 North Humphreys Street Flagstaff, AZ 86001-3055 (928) 779-3400
Newst Chinese Restaurant in Flagstaff.
Dinner plate called the "Happy Family." Delicious mix of scallops, shrimp, chicken, beef and many vegetables on brown sauce.
Golden Dragon Chinese Cuisine
2730 East Lakin Drive Flagstaff, AZ 86004-3914 (928) 527-0111
No visit to Jerome is complete with a delightful and healthy meal at Flat Iron.
The Chicken Salad Sandwich is famous. Nothing is fresher.
Flat Iron Cafe
P.O. Box 396 Jerome, AZ 86331, (928) 634-2733
Featuring Grand Canyon and Native American imprinted gift items, exclusive from this web site on northern Arizona.
Isn't it time that you visited Northern Arizona?
The Arizona Heat Wave can be ordered with chicken, shrimp or tofu. Brown rice on request. You choose the degree of spiciness.
Dara Thai Restaurant
14 South San Francisco Street Flagstaff, AZ 86001-5737 (928) 774-0047
World famous Shugrues on the Hill, just south of Tlaquepaque bridge.
Ginger Walnut Salad.... Marinated chicken breast on a bed of shredded Chinese greens (bok choy), tomatoes, sweet peppers, caramelized walnuts with honey-lime dressing. Can't be beat!
Shugrue's Hilside Grill
671 State Route 179 Sedona, AZ 86336-6121 928 282-5300
Northern Arizona University
Situated in the historic North Union at Northern Arizona University, the new 1899 Bar and Grill is dishing up classic American bistro fare with a steakhouse flair, featuring many foods native to the Southwest.
The dining room seats about 100 in relaxed yet sophisticated atmosphere. It features the North Union's original copper fireplace and wood floor, which may be familiar to some alumni and visitors. Open for lunch and dinner, the 1899 Bar and Grill serves traditional steakhouse options as well as vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free dishes. Locally produced fruits, vegetables and baked goods are highlighted and locally-produced beef is on the menu. For the meat-eater in you:
Located at 307 W. Dupont Ave., across from the High Country Conference Center and Drury Inn and Suites. Information and reservations are available by calling (928) 523-1899.
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