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Help for a Baltimore hound 5 days in Phoenix/Scottsdale

bawlmeroryuls Feb 21, 2010 06:32 AM

I'll be in Phoenix for a work trip and would love some recommendations. We'll probably have two or so price is no object dinners as a group (6 or so people), and I might have a chance to sneak out and grab breakfast and lunch on my own. So I'd love a few "fancy-shmancy best place in town" kinds of places and a few hidden gems for breakfast and lunch for myself. I'd like at least one of the latter to be mexican and/or Southwest cuisine, since this will be my first trip to the region.

Thanks everyone!

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    Random987 Feb 21, 2010 06:53 AM

    Where will you be staying? Phoenix is awfully big and you could spend quite a bit of time in transit to your restaurant. To start off:

    Price no object
    1. Noca
    2. Kai
    3. Binkley's

    1. Matt Big Breakfast
    2. Overeasy
    3. Breakfast Club

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      MaddyK Feb 21, 2010 07:36 AM

      Piazzeria Bianco is one of the best pizza places in the U.S. - chefs from around the country rave about it, it's that good. If you have at least 6 people you can make a reservation, which is ideal...otherwise get there as early as possible as the wait can be pretty long for a table.

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