The Most Delicious Arizona Road Trip Takes You To 8 Hole-In-The-Wall Fry Bread Restaurants
Fry bread – also known as the Navajo taco – is one of our unofficial state foods here in Arizona. You’ll see the dish on restaurant menus from Kayenta to Yuma, but only a select few get it right. This road trip leads to eight little-known spots with the best fry bread in Arizona, and your taste buds will love you for embarking on the journey. It’s up to you if you want to make this a day trip or more of a weekend trip, so you can enjoy both the local areas and the amazing food. Should you decide to extend your trip, be sure to use our ultimate road trip packing list to make your preparations a breeze!
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Would you take this fry bread road trip? Tell us your thoughts in the comments! For more of the best fry bread in Arizona, check out our previous article.
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Restaurants In Arizona
December 06, 2022
What are some of the best restaurants in Arizona?
Arizona has some amazing food, so it’s hard to narrow down to a handful of places. But in the category of best rural restaurants in Arizona, these places are worth the drive:
Big Nose Kate’s Saloon in Tombstone
Nurdberger Café in Globe
Rendezvous Diner in Greer
The Grotto Café in Cave Creek
Foxfire at Alpine
Trail Riders Family Restaurant and Bar in Eagar
Sawmill Run Restaurant in Mount Lemmon
Be sure to read the article linked above for information on these and more appetizing rural restaurants in Arizona.
What are some hidden gem restaurants in Arizona?
Yes, there are amazing well-known restaurants in Arizona, but there are also some restaurants that are considered to be hidden gems in Arizona, and they are worth seeking out:
Original Mr. K’s BBQ in Tucson
Rito’s Mexican Restaurant in Phoenix
POCO in Bisbee
The Mine Café in Jerome
Burger House in Miami
The Turquoise Room in Winslow
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Katie Lawrence is a Southeast Texas native who graduated 18th in her high school class with a GPA of 4.25. She attended college in the Houston area and changed her major twice (psychology, computer science, and finally criminal justice) before taking a leap of faith and dropping out to pursue a career in freelance writing.
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