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Discussion: good restaurants in phoenix

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Sept. 29, 2009
Men's 60
544 posts
good restaurants in phoenix
october will be my first time in phoenix. we are going to play at Papago complex and are staying on e camelback rd area. can anyone steer me to some good restaurants in the area?
thanks, ken
Sept. 29, 2009
Men's 60
279 posts
Last year our team went to Don and Charlies in Scottsdale, 7501 E. Camelback Rd. It was a great restaurant and they were happy to accommodate a large group. It has more sports memorabilia than you can imagine and is a hangout for MLB players in Spring Training. Check out their website.
Don Newhard
OLR Nighthawks
Sept. 29, 2009
Men's 60
61 posts
kbl, try this place, lol. You may have already heard of it.
Sept. 30, 2009
27 posts
I would highly endorse Eli's American Grill on Shea Blvd. Great variety of food - try the beef tenderloin sliders - great atmosphere - all ages crowd - and live music!!!!

This is a fun place that has enough variety of food that can fit into anyone's budget or taste.
Sept. 30, 2009
Men's 50
894 posts
All of the three mentioned above are great! If you are single, Eli's is the place to go ... an older, attractive crowd if you know what I mean! The world tournament should never leave Phoenix!
Sept. 30, 2009
1610 posts
For breakfast I recommend the Good Egg-on Scottsdale Rd. I beleive there are a few around town. This one is on the end of strip mall
Sept. 30, 2009
Johnny Hose
Men's 50
73 posts
The best location for a good lunch at a sports bar with 100 HD TV's just happens to be right down the street from Papago Park. DUKE's Sports Bar. Great food... lots of salads, burgers and specials. Great prices. Al, the owner is our age and loves Senior Softball. Located on the S/E corner of Miller and McDowell Roads.
John, Mngr.
AZ Lone Sharks (Scottsdale)
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