Hong Kong Gourmet Buffet

All you can eat deluxe buffet, Mongolian stir fry, and sushi bar. Full bar and private banquet room available. Children are more than welcome.

4909 E Chandler Blvd (between S 48th St & S 50th St)

Phoenix • (480) 785-0660

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Brazilian Bull

“Brazilian Bull, the best reason I know of for calling Ahwatukee home” – Phoenix New Times

Add a little Carnival to your life! Experience an authentic Brazilian Churrasco steakhouse, where savory cuts of meat and old world traditions are celebrated. Skewered meats served table-side, complemented by lavish salad and seafood selections, make your experience complete. Sample everything or choose only what you like! So simple, so good and so much fun.

Best South American Restaurant – AZ Central

4909 E Chandler Blvd (at S 48th St)

Phoenix • (480) 783-6060

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Fogo de Chao

Fogo de Chao is an authentic Brazilian steakhouse. In 1979, Fogo began sharing the gaucho way of preparing meat in Porto Alegre, Brazil.

The all-you-can-eat price of dining here includes a salad bar, side dishes, and up to 15 different cuts of meat served tableside by “gaucho chefs,” who roam from table to table wielding sword-like skewers of flame-grilled picanha, filet mignon, beef ancho, alcatra, fraldinha, costela, cordeiro, frango, costela de porco, lombo, linguica and more.

“Abandon your diet, if only for the night. Forget about moderation, too. To truly make the most of your dining experience here, you really have to unleash your hungriest inner carnivore.” – Phoenix New Times

6300 N. Scottsdale Rd (south E Lincoln Dr)

Scottsdale • (480) 609-8866

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Stacy’s Smokehouse BBQ

Welcome to Stacy’s Smokehouse BBQ, nuthin’ fancy, jus’ good ol’ fashun BBQ!!!

We’ve got BBQ and BBQ and more BBQ!!! We smoke our meat in old fashioned pits on real cookin’ wood! Be prepared to wait a spell, we fix everything daily, not weeks or days in advance like the chain stores!!! We’ve got the best smellin’ parkin’ lot in town! CASH ONLY, we’re not set up for “Plastic”!

Best Barbecue Restaurant 2008 – Phoenix New Times

1650 E Indian School Rd (at N 17th St)

Phoenix • (602) 230-6724

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Honey Bears Barbeque

A Warm Family Atmosphere and the mouth-watering smell of barbecued ribs greets patrons as they walk through the door at Honey Bear’s BBQ. Twenty years of mouth-watering Tennessee style barbeque, three restaurants nine delivery trucks and 70 plus employees later, Honey Bear’s has become one of the most talked about BBQ restaurants in Arizona.

Honey Bear’s BBQ is well known for the secret Tennessee barbecue flavors and sauces which have been handed down through generations for over 50 years to Gary Clark and Mark Smith.

5012 E Van Buren St (east of N 48th St)

Phoenix • (602) 273-9148

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Harold’s Corral

The Original Wild West Saloon & Restaurant

Harold’s is THE place in Cave Creek, Arizona for good food, great music and a dang’ good time. Hitch yer hat, hang yer hoss and kick back to enjoy some good times eatin’, drinkin’ and dancin’. Harold’s serves up the best durned cooking in these here parts (or any other parts, for that matter). Our menu has a wide selection of tasty dishes to fit whatever you’re in the mood for.

6895 E. Cave Creek Rd (at N 68th St)

Cave Creek • (480) 488-1906

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Corbin’s Bar & Grill

We are your neighborhood bar and grill set in an edgy, urban environment with a lively and contemporary feel. Corbin’s has an alluring, crisp and dynamic feel; modern dining has never been so much fun. With an exhibition kitchen you know that your food is fresh and prepared with the utmost care. We promise not to disappoint your senses or palate!

All of the food is made fresh on premise and we are dedicated to providing quality in all that we do. From your traditional bar and grill favorites to contemporary cuisine, including Sunday Brunch, Corbin’s has what you’re craving. Sneak a peak at our menu and we know that you’ll agree. Our warm and responsive wait staff are experts in efficiency and anticipating your needs. Best of all… the kitchen is open late! We serve our full menu late into the evening because we know modern day schedules don’t end with the sunset. Anytime’s a good time for Corbin’s!

8729 N Central Ave (north of E. Ruth Ave)

Phoenix • (602)466-3201

19420 N 59th Ave, # F625 (at W. Utopia Rd)

Glendale • (623) 399-8670

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Bryan’s Black Mountain BBQ

“If you’ve been hankerin’ for some tasty ’cue but can’t stand the drive to find it, Bryan’s BBQ gives north Valley residents a reason to holler.

“The barbecue itself – slow-smoked pork ribs, beef brisket, pulled pork and chicken – doesn’t fit neatly into any one regional style. Instead, flavors from several regional cuisines are recognizable, especially Austin (pecan wood smoke and spicy sauce that’s more tangy than sweet) and Memphis (dry-rubbed spices adorn all the meats).” – Phoenix Magazine

Strange for a BBQ joint is his vegetarian options including a “pulled” squash sandwich which has been a favorite from the beginning. Also an heirloom tomato sandwich with peppery upland cress, red onion, basil and Dijon mayonnaise finished in a sprinkle of pecan-smoked sea salt.

Other new nibbles feature fresh-cut watermelon wedges drizzled with homemade cardamom-jalapeno honey, or the “rib salad,” which rather than pork on the bone, is romaine lettuce ribs, rubbed in rib-eye spice and splashed with lemon-pepper vinaigrette for a cool, crunchy treat.

6130 E Cave Creek Rd (west of N Basin Rd)

Cave Creek • (480) 575-7155

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Dillon’s Restaurant

“The Midwest meets the West Valley in this homey, comfy barbecue joint. It feels like you’re sitting in Grandmother’s living room, but we’d be surprised if she cooked pecan-smoked vittles as good as these. It takes up to 18 hours to crank out Dillon’s fine beef, pork, chicken, turkey, sausage and salmon. Don’t miss the Brontosaurus beef rib platter, with what must be four pounds of food for just $16.” – Phoenix New Times

Our combination of BBQ and American cuisine makes Dillon’s the perfect Family Dining. This is the place to go to meet new and old friends.

Three Locations – Glendale, Surprise & Peoria

8706 W Thunderbird Rd

Peoria • (623) 979-5353

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Joe’s Real BBQ

At Joe’s, we offer real food – barbecue slow cooked over pecan wood and equally delicious side dishes and desserts. Located in a real 1929 brick building set in the “golden age” of agricultural Arizona, you will be served by real people who are proud of where they work and what they do as demonstrated through warm, genuine hospitality.

“Joe’s hearkens back to a time when ingredients were fresh, everything was homemade and love went into every recipe.” – azcentral.com

Best Barbecue Restaurant – Phoenix New Times 2007

301 N Gilbert Rd (north of Elliot Rd)

Gilbert • (480) 503-3805

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