Diners in Arizona

Select Local Merchants

13035 N Cave Creek Rd
Phoenix,
AZ
US

Happy Rooster Cafe is a locally owned diner, serving up comforting breakfast and lunch fare in a relaxed, down-home environment. The café's extensive menu includes a slew of homespun American staples, including omelettes, pancakes, burgers, and deli sandwiches. Pop in for breakfast and enjoy an order of homemade pancakes, served plain ($4.99) or loaded with your choice of blueberries, bananas, pecans, or bacon ($5.49). Or, opt for the country biscuits and gravy ($3.99), a savory southern staple that has united pilgrims and bakers for centuries. The lunch menu consists of beefy burgers, piled-high sandwiches, and country-style platters. Sink your sharpened mouth knives into the roast-beef sandwich ($6.99), a succulent serving of meat loaf ($5.99), or a basket of crispy fried chicken ($6.99). Most lunch entrees are served with a selection of side dishes, including french fries, potato salad, cole slaw, fresh veggies, and deliciously inspiring high-fives.

1114 S Sarnoff Dr
Tucson,
AZ
US

A delicious monument to '50s-era nostalgia, 5 & Diner dishes out a dawn-to-dusk menu of 14 specialty burgers and classic comfort fare. At the stroke of lunch, the charbroiled hamburger reins supreme, ensconced between adoring buns, draped with garlands of fixings and special sauce, and accompanied by seasoned fries, coleslaw, potato chips, or a moving argument in favor of primogeniture. Guests can bite into the Southwest burger ($8.99) flanked by a cheese-kissed side of chili fries ($5.29) or explore patty permutations with a tray of cheese-slicked slider bites ($6.99). For bunless munching, the Cadillac meatloaf presents a homemade meatberg piled with chopped bacon, sautéed mushrooms, and onion straws ($10.99).

6353 E Southern Ave
Mesa,
AZ
US

When the Draft House On The Reef says it’s known for chicken wings, it’s not a hollow boast. Each week the cooks coat up to 800 pounds of the savory favorites in flavors such as parmesan, jalapeño , or honey. During football season they serve more than one ton per week. To augment the pub’s menu they sling simple yet satisfying bar eats that include potato skins or pulled-pork sandwiches with pickles and onions, and bartenders slide a wide array of libations down the enormous central bar. From time to time the bar hosts pool and dart tournaments, livening up the atmosphere more effectively than bringing a T-shirt cannon to your parole hearing.

393 W Warner Rd
Chandler,
AZ
US

Whipping up delectable dishes that douse the fiery appetites of any appetite resembling that of a grizzly on fire, Black Bear Diner has served as a favorite eating abode of satisfied patrons since 1995. Homestyle eats are paired with top-notch service to provide an enjoyable dining destination that has spawned nearly 30 Black Bear locations nationwide. Large portions are offered on mountainous lunch and dinner menus full of tantalizing, smile-inducing flavors. Try the tri-tip dip sandwich with grilled onions, mushrooms, and swiss cheese ($9.99), the wild Pacific salmon filet with lemon-butter sauce ($13.99), or the old-fashioned meatloaf ($11.99), all of which will give your taste buds something to write home about besides their usual sappy drivel about their girlfriends, your teeth. Additionally, an impressive breakfast menu showcasing items such as the huge Bigfoot chicken-fried steak and eggs ($11.29) is offered all day, ensuring a solid meal for later risers and recovery-dodging egg addicts.

6039 W Bell Rd
Glendale,
AZ
US

Whipping up delectable dishes that douse the fiery appetites of any appetite resembling that of a grizzly on fire, Black Bear Diner has served as a favorite eating abode of satisfied patrons since 1995. Homestyle eats are paired with top-notch service to provide an enjoyable dining destination that has spawned nearly 30 Black Bear locations nationwide. Large portions are offered on mountainous lunch and dinner menus full of tantalizing, smile-inducing flavors. Try the tri-tip dip sandwich with grilled onions, mushrooms, and swiss cheese ($9.99), the wild Pacific salmon filet with lemon-butter sauce ($13.99), or the old-fashioned meatloaf ($11.99), all of which will give your taste buds something to write home about besides their usual sappy drivel about their girlfriends, your teeth. Additionally, an impressive breakfast menu showcasing items such as the huge Bigfoot chicken-fried steak and eggs ($11.29) is offered all day, ensuring a solid meal for later risers and recovery-dodging egg addicts.

1809 E Baseline Rd
Gilbert,
AZ
US