Top 10 Restaurants to Visit This Summer in Phoenix

Headed to Phoenix but not sure where to eat? We’ve got you covered. Check out our list of the top 10 food spots in Phoenix.


Urban Phoenix Cafe

3701 E Indian School Rd, Phoenix, AZ


Adding a funky twist to standard breakfast and lunch dishes, Urban Phoenix Cafe encompasses the vibe of Arizona in every bite. They are also known for their espresso drinks. Be sure to try the breakfast tacos while you’re there!

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Pane Bianco

1505 E Van Buren St, Phoenix, AZ


Enjoy some Italian-American classic dishes at Pane Bianco. This spot opened in 2005 and has become a popular restaurant with locals in Phoenix. Pizza, pasta, you name it and they’ve got it. Despite the immaculate atmosphere of dining in, you can get menu items to-go as well.


Harumi Sushi

114 W Adams St c101, Phoenix, AZ


If you’re looking for sushi and sashimi, Harumi Sushi will be your go-to spot. Their menu consists of traditional Japanese cuisine with a solid modern take. Their signature style is the use of purple rice, so you’ll be sure to capture a great shot of your sushi before you dive in!



2107 N 24th St, Phoenix, AZ


This spot aims to highlight the area’s history with a modern twist, all while incorporating fresh and ethically-sourced ingredients. The wood-fired items on the menu will have your mouth watering until the plate hits the table.


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4700 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ


This eatery got its start at local farmers markets and has truly brought the local and organic vibes to their tables. If you’re looking for wood-grilled cuisine, along with farm fresh vegetables, Persepshen is the spot for you.


The Beach House

501 E Camelback Rd, Phoenix, AZ


Hungry for fish tacos? Look no further than The Beach House. This one-of-a-kind spot incorporates fast-casual food service and great taste. Their ingredients are locally sourced and the menu allows you to customize to your cravings.


Saint Pasta

6522 N 16th St, Phoenix, AZ


Serving Italian and Italian-inspired dishes, Saint Pasta is the perfect place for the noodle lover in your life. This Italian restaurant in Phoenix is located inside the Linger Longer Lounge. You’re guaranteed to enjoy high-quality pasta at an affordable price.

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6106 S 32nd St, Phoenix, AZ


Providing an authentic farm-to-table experience, Quiessence serves you the dining experience you’ve been searching for. Feast on artisanal breads, delightful charcuterie, and sample some wine while you’re at it. The plates here are literally picture perfect.



3433 N 56th St, Phoenix, AZ


If you’re looking for some Latin-inspired dishes, look no further than Vecina. Offering everything from happy hour, to small plates, and full-sized dishes, something on their unique menu will be sure to spice up your night.

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Salt Cellar

550 N Hayden Rd, Scottsdale, AZ


If you don’t mind travelling a little bit outside of Phoenix, Salt Cellar, located in Scottsdale, is a top-rated restaurant serving New England-style seafood. From crab to clams, this spot is a valley landmark with a menu that you won’t want to miss.



Lydia Matteoni is an avid plant lover, cat mom, and self-declared Twitter addict. After moving from Pittsburgh to Chicago in 2018, she decided to fully immerse herself in Chicago culture, more specifically, in music and the arts.