If you're looking to try delicious food from local businesses throughout Downtown Flagstaff, then you need to check out Flagstaff's 1st walking food tour! In addition to receiving a combination of delicious foods and beverages, you will also learn a little bit of history about Downtown Flagstaff along the way.
Now, lets do a quick recap of what downtown businesses are showcased on the tour, and talk about the amazing food they served!
#1 - Toasted Owl Cafe
Toasted Owl Cafe is a family owned cafe in downtown Flagstaff, and is open for breakfast & lunch seven days a week. On the tour, we were served a sample of their bacon breakfast burrito! Simple and delicious - the perfect breakfast.
#2 - Single Speed Coffee Cafe
Our second stop on the food tour was at Single Speed Coffee Cafe. This quaint spot is know for its breakfast burritos, sandwiches, pastries, and of course their delicious coffee. During our stop, we tried their sweet truffles, and received a sample of their coffee - both tasted fantastic. Definitely stop buy if your looking for some sweets and quality coffee!
#3 - Root Public House
Root Public House is located south of the tracks in Downtown Flagstaff, and has the only rooftop patio downtown! During our stop, we sampled a cheese platter, shishito peppers, and shrimp & grits. Everything we sampled was delicious, and make sure to stop in if you're looking to taste local and unique combinations of food.
#4 - Sosoba
Sosoba is a popular Asian style noodle shop that offers a variety of dishes such as ramen, salads and shared plates. When passing through Sosoba, we tried their calamari, pork wings, and their "balls of fire" which is a deep fried mac & cheese ball with hot sauce on top. YUM!
#5 - The Sweet Shoppe Candy Store
To end our tour, we stopped by the Sweet Shoppe and satisfied our craving for something sweet! We got to sample their homemade fudge, rice krispie treats, and chocolate covered apples! It was the perfect ending to a great food tour of Downtown Flagstaff.
If you want to tag along on the next food tour, check out their Facebook page and website for more details!
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