Deliciously Unordinary Dining in Mesa, Arizona
Organ Stop Pizza: If you are looking to dine at a place with nostalgic feel, there is no other place like Organ Stop Pizza. The great Wurlitzer Pipe Organ takes the stage here - Built in 1927, it has nearly 6000 pipes, numerous percussion's, and countless traps that are masterfully presented by the restaurant's world-class musicians. So sit back, listen to live music, and dine on a menu of pizza and tons of Italian flare.
Barleens Dinner Show: If it’s great entertainment you seek while consuming a wholesome, home-cooked meal, then Barleen's Dinner Show is the perfect night out for you. The act is centered on side-splitting comedy and beautiful musical harmonies. Kick back and enjoy some foot-stompin’ excitement!
Jalapeno Bucks: Turn up the heat and experience a new wave of Mexican soul food accompanied with Arizona-style BBQ at Jalapeño Bucks. Located in North Mesa, this Fresh Foodie Trail® stop offers visitors “buckin’ good BBQ and burritos”. While their menu ranges from burritos to quesadillas, and even ribs, the restaurant is known for its signature salsas. Sweet green, mango and hot Mexican red are just a few of the flavors offered and sold by the pint or quart. If you are looking for a fun atmosphere and fresh meat options, Jalapeño Bucks is the place for you.
Mammoth Saloon - Goldfield Ghost Town: For over 115 years, Goldfield Ghost Town has welcomed travelers from all over the world to discover the charm and history of this authentic gold mining town. Visitors can walk down Main Street, explore many historic buildings, tour the historic Mammoth Gold Mine, Goldfield Superstition Historical Museum and dine at Mammoth Saloon Steak House.
Republica Empanada: This pan-Latin bistro specializes in South American-style savory empanadas. Republica Empanada is known for having the largest variety of empanadas in Arizona including desert empanadas! There is nothing tastier than a host of dishes that represent different regions and taste of Latin American comfort food.
Tortilla Flat: Established in 1904, this authentic Old West stagecoach stop along the scenic Apache Trail is a saloon with “real” saddle bar stools and walls covered with currency and business cards from people who have visited from throughout the world! Discover a variety of “prickly pear” cactus treats, including ice cream and jellies and famous “killer chili.”.
Postino Wine Cafe: This charming neighborhood stop has made it their mission to make wine approachable and take the guesswork out of pairing the right wine with your meal. If wine is your style, then get ready to pair your glass with numerous unique bruschetta options ranging from smoked salmon and pesto to brie and apples with fig spread. Locals and wine drinkers alike will find their happy place at this warm, cozy restaurant and wine bar located right in Heritage Square.
Insider Tip: Board and Bottle special after 8 P.M. on Mondays and Tuesdays, which will get you a board of their incredible bruschetta and a bottle of house wine for $20.
SAVE ROOM FOR DESSERT!
Nothing Bundt Cakes: Made fresh daily using real eggs, real butter, and real cream cheese, Nothing Bundt Cakes are hand-made, and irresistibly tasty sweet treats.
Creme & Chocolats: Everything created at Creme & Chocolat is focused on providing a place for friends and family to come together enjoy a special treat, create memories, and share a chocolate moment together. Choose a dessert from their french influenced menu. Be transported to France with a delicious dessert option unlike any other dessert place here in the valley.
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