Arizona September 22, 2017
7 Legendary Family-Owned Restaurants In Arizona You Have To Try
Looking for your next favorite Arizona restaurant? Look no further than some of our best homegrown, family-owned restaurants. Each one has become an established favorite in its local community for
years and you’ll find tasty food at each of these places. Let’s take a look!
1. Chalo’s Casa Reynoso, Globe
This is one of the many legendary Globe-Miami Mexican restaurants you’ve probably heard of. Serving some of the tastiest Sonoran-style Mexican food you will ever taste, make sure you leave room for the red chile burros.
902 East Ash Street, Globe
2. Delgadillo’s Snow Cap Drive-In, Seligman
A Route 66 favorite, this family-owned burger shop has been serving roadside meals with a sense of humor since 1953. If you’re going to stop anywhere for a burger and shake, you’ll want to make sure it’s this fantastic little place.
301 Historic Route 66, Seligman
3. Durant’s, Phoenix
If you’re looking for a place to celebrate, look no further than this Phoenix institution. Classy and reminiscent of fine dining in previous generations, Durant’s has been serving steaks and cocktails in central Phoenix since 1950.
2611 North Central Avenue, Phoenix
4. El Charro Cafe, Tucson
You’ll find that everyone has their own favorite Mexican restaurant in Arizona but this family-owned restaurant has claimed the hearts of thousands. Established in 1922, this restaurant has a long history and is rumored to be the birthplace of our favorite dish, the chimichanga.
311 North Court Avenue, Tucson
5. Elvira’s, Tubac
This restaurant was established in Nogales, Sonora in 1927 as a to-go eatery before eventually moving north to Tubac in 2009. Now operated by the grandson of the restaurant’s first owner and namesake, Elvira’s is known for some incredible mole dishes and a beautiful interior.
2221 East Frontage Road, #A101 Tubac
6. Guayo’s El Rey, Miami
Serving incredible Sonoran-style Mexican food since 1938, Guayo’s is one of those restaurants that entices visitors to stay just a little longer in the Globe-Miami area. Every patron seems to have their own favorite dish, so we want to hear which is your favorite!
716 Sullivan Street, Miami
7. Mi Nidito, Tucson
These restaurants are amazing and if you want to spend a weekend eating to your heart’s content, you’ll want to plan a trip to Globe. Here, you’ll find a plethora of incredible family-owned restaurants that specialize in delicious Sonoran Mexican food. Read more in
The Unassuming Town In Arizona That Has The Best Mexican Food Ever.