Don’t miss these 10 favorites

Don’t miss these 10 favorites

Flagstaff and hearty food just seem to go together.

Maybe it has something to do with the elevation. Air is thin in the high country so your body craves extra fuel.

Flagstaff is a great town to load up on comfort food. At the same time, the dining scene has taken a sophisticated turn. A lot of new places have opened up and given diners enticing options ranging from a French bistro to a British chippy to an island getaway.

So on your next trip to Flagstaff, enjoy the excellent cuisine while basking in cooler temperatures. Here are some new places to try along with a few old favorites.

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Evans Fish and Chips

Flagstaff’s Southside is full of delicious surprises including a shotgun shack serving up a British classic. Open since October 2021, Evans Fish and Chips has become a favorite dinner spot for locals and a late-night stop for students after downing a few pints.

Located south of the railroad tracks in downtown Flagstaff, Evans Fish and Chips has been open since October 2021.

Each order of fish and chips ($12.95) is made fresh to order. The signature cod is wrapped in a golden batter, light and crispy, so every bite delivers a hot crunch with tender moistness underneath. Lightly seasoned thick-cut Kennebec fries round out the dish.

Other options include mahi-mahi, battered sausage or chicken and chips. Hand pies ($8.95) are known for their rich flavors and flaky crust. It’s mostly carryout at this traditional chippy but a few patio tables are being added.

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