Diners in Paradise Valley

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13035 N Cave Creek Rd
Phoenix,
AZ
US

The cooks at Fast Eddie’s Diner sling breakfast all day long, filling mouths with sumptuous eats such as french toast and omelets. Their classic sandwiches and hearty burgers silence belly rumbles during lunch keep patrons sated. Fast Eddie’s maintains an unpretentious environment, unlike diners that require customers to wear black ties as bibs.

3422 W Glendale Ave
Phoenix,
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

Family Cafe's artful chefs dish up home-style Midwestern eats for breakfast, lunch, and Friday dinner from within a newly opened feeding hub. Morning meals commence with the cracking of eggshells, which fuel the savory Meatlover's omelet ($8–$9.99), packed with bacon, ham, and sausage, and experimental, yolk-powered automobiles. The spicy Baja breakfast burrito ($8.99) lines a tortilla shell with tasteful scrambled egg, chorizo, and green chili wallpaper splashed with a dash of salsa and cheddar jack cheese. Lunch sandwiches ensconce fixings with more layers than an philosophy-studying onion, featuring the meatloaf sandwich made from a generational recipe and precariously piled with mashed potatoes and gravy ($7.50).

2740 S Alma School Rd
Mesa,
AZ
US