According to Condé Nast Traveler’s 11th Annual Hot List
Flagstaff’s own, Brix Restaurant and Wine Bar has been named one of this year’s “best 95 restaurants in the world” by Condé Nast Traveler. Brix was the only restaurant in Arizona to receive this distinction and joins the likes of other restaurants from New York City, San Francisco and Los Angeles. Here’s what Condé Nast had to say:
“Given the organic inclinations of peaced- out, collegial Flagstaff, it’s rather puzzling that a family farm-based eatery took so long to come to town. Since the quiet opening of Brix, however, the area’s rafting guides and desert ecologists need look no further for seasonal dishes such as Black Mesa Ranch goat cheese gnocchi or grilled desert sweet shrimp with leek gratin. Nibble a delicious apple-rum spice cake in the softly lit dining room during the winter, but summer warrants a meal outside in the pleasant patio garden (entrées, $21-$29).”
Address: 413 N. San Francisco St.
Altitudes Bar & Grill Flagstaff
Altitudes features a comfortable ski themed atmosphere with great food, service and drinks. This fun eatery features some of Flagstaff’s finest Burgers plus a full and varied menu.
Most of the time you will find the owner, Lynda, serving food, visiting at tables and adding a lot of life to the lunch hour. Viewed here, she is loading up a couple of patrons with lunch.
Altitudes Bar & Grill in Flagstaff is known for fun.. especially their “Shot Skis” which is group slamming of shots. A ski is involved so you have to see this to believe it. The other fun thang is $2.00 Train Shots. Since Altitudes is close the tracks, whenever trains go by.. visitors get specials.. and trains go by in large quantities so you’ll get lotsa shots.
Altitudes Bar & Grill is located in historic downtown Flagstaff in the Anderson Building at 2 South Beaver.
Check out a list of other unique Flagstaff Restaurants. Book your Flagstaff hotel reservation and come on up to the high country for great food and fun.