This Floating Restaurant In Arizona Is Such A Unique Place To Dine
Every time in Arizona is the perfect season for water activities, but this state has definjitely taken the wet and wild fun up a notch to include dining out. Jádí To´oh is the world’s largest floating restaurant, and it just so happens to be located right here in the Grand Canyon State. The neatest part? It’s accessible by foot, by car, and by boat! See for yourself – it’s easily one of the most unique restaurants in Arizona.
Hours: 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily.
Have you ever been to Jádí To´oh? Are there any other floating restaurants in Arizona? Let us know! In the meantime, check out these quirky eateries: These 11 Unique Restaurants In Arizona Will Give You An Unforgettable Dining Experience.
Unique Restaurants in Arizona
Is there a such thing as waterfront dining in Arizona?
Despite being landlocked and, well, a desert, Arizona does have a few options for waterfront dining at a few of its gorgeous lakes. For example, in beautiful Sedona, there’s a little place called Cress on Oak Creek, where diners are treated to fine foods and an incredible view of Oak Creek. It’s a little on the pricey side, but the experience is worth it! There’s also Ja’di’To’oh Restaurant, which we’ve just covered but definitely deserves another nod. Alongside beautiful Saguaro Lake is a heavenly little place known as Shiprock Restaurant, which serves up delectable American fare with one heck of a view. Papa Leone’s Pizza is another great one that won’t break the bank, and it’s right alongside Lake Havasu. These are just a few – there’s more than you probably think! For more information about these and then some, take a look at this article. You’ll find all the info you need on the restaurants mentioned here, as well as information about others that we didn’t include. Enjoy!
What are some of the best restaurants in Arizona?
Though “best” is certainly subjective – we’re all going to have our favorites – there are plenty of awesome Arizona restaurants that seem to make “best of” lists over and over. Some of those include the legendary Phoenix steakhouse known as The Stockyards, which has been around for decades and serves up some of the best steaks you’ll ever have. Speaking of steak, Fleming’s Steakhouse is another incredible one well worth a visit. While in west Phoenix, you should also check out Kabuki Restaurant, which is a delightfully authentic and incredibly tasty Japanese food experience. Of course, there are so many all over the state that it’s impossible to even try mentioning them all – but Arizona is most certainly a foodie’s paradise.