Eating Out in Mesa, Arizona: The Best Restaurants

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Lucy Freeland

Given that Mesa has a rich tradition of outdoor tourism thanks to its beautiful location by the Sonoran Desert, it goes without saying that the Arizona city’s culinary treats are fresh and tantalizing for visitors and locals alike. With an impressive range across Polish, French, Hawaiian and Mexican cuisine, Mesa’s cuisine fuses nations and flavors to create unbeatable taste combinations in stunning venues. Check out these top restaurants.

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India Oven

Priding itself on truly authentic flavors and ingredients, India Oven is unparalleled for exquisite spice combinations and abundant choice. A spacious restaurant with there is always a feeling of calm despite its popularity. The lunch buffet is locally renowned as the best way to sample India Oven’s multitude of delicious dishes.

Organ Stop Pizza

The Organ Stop Pizza restaurant offers entertainment and delicious cuisine all in one venue. Home to the Mighty Wurlitzer, the venue’s seating is placed beneath this impressive and beautifully crafted organ with no less than 23 pipes, providing a totally new and different environment in which to enjoy your meal.

Red, White and Brew

Red, White and Brew is committed to providing consistently fine dining matched with a selection of microbrews and boutique wines. In the simple but stylish interior, with a dazzling, exposed ceiling bringing a touch of modernist industrialization, all-American classics fill the menu and are served alongside more unusual culinary treats such as the Caribbean-inspired coconut crusted shrimp.

Aloha Kitchen

Aloha Kitchen brings the authentic taste and flavor of Hawaii to Mesa. Highlighted with touches of ethnic cultures that have contributed to the culinary landscape of the island, Aloha Kitchen has become a home away from home for islanders. The menu is created with the very finest ingredients and with the love and dedication of the chef and owners.

D-Vine Wine Bar and Bistro

D-Vine Wine Bar and Bistro pride themselves on making the world of wine accessible and enjoyable for all. The tipples on offer are of the very highest quality and will be explained and matched according to personal taste by skilled servers. Unlike most wine bars, the menu is not an afterthought but an extensive and delicious selection of food designed to complement the wine in this artisan bistro.

Unphogettable

Unphogettable is not only vegetarian friendly but also allergy friendly and free from MSG and trans fat, making it one of the premier places to enjoy Vietnamese cuisine in the state. The menu is stocked full of Vietnamese classics created from fresh ingredients. Enjoy traditional Vietnamese coffee to complete your meal and cleanse the palette with its strong flavor and aroma, alongside desserts changing regularly to offer choice and variety.

Pita Jungle

Pita Jungle focuses on the art of healthy eating. Packed full of fresh vegetable and salads, the food is perfect for a vegan diet without compromising on flavor and variety. As the name suggests, the specialities are filled pitas, with fillings ranging from homemade falafel to grilled marinated chicken. Enjoy your dishes with a chilled glass of sauvignon blanc or a bottle of organic beer.

Osaka Japanese Steakhouse

Osaka Japanese Steakhouse is a steakhouse with a difference. Enjoy steak and shrimp teppanyaki with miso soup, ginger dressing and mixed salad, or perhaps start with crunchy edamame beans followed by lobster the menu also features an impressive range of fresh sushi. To drink, the saki has a particular clarity that perfectly complements the dishes.

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