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Best things to do in Flagstaff

“Founded in 1894 by Percival Lowell, the Lowell Observatory serves as a research institution for myriads of astronomers who have lead to the discoveries of Pluto, evidence of the universe’s expansion, insight into the properties of stars, and far more. The Steele Visitor Center allows for laypeople and science buffs alike to enjoy telescope viewing, multimedia shows, and exhibits. The completion of the 4.3-meter Discovery Channel Telescope in 2012 has paved the way for future discoveries and scientific excitement! Opening Hours: Monday-Saturday: 10am-10pm, Sunday: 10am-5pm Web: Email:”
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Breakfast Spot
“The best breakfast spot in Flagstaff. The plates are big, so don't be afraid to share if you're not a big eater.”
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Coffee Shop
“The oldest coffee shop in town... at least to my knowledge. Hippie atmosphere and great coffee. They make amazing gluten free and vegan pastries. ”
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“Cliff dwellings in a beautiful canyon fifteen minutes from downtown. There is a small fee. There also are about 240 steps each way to the paved 1 km walking path to see the dwellings.”
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“Interesting, rotating exhibits. Southwestern artifacts in a lovely, rustic building.”
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Burger Joint
“For a highly ranked burger, try Diablo Burger! They specialize in serving great burgers 'differently'. Their fries are amazing and their burgers are to order with a wide variety of sauces and toppings. It is mouth watering and hard to wrap your mouth around but well worth the try!!!”
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Latin American Restaurant
“Criollo Latin Kitchen specializes in hand-crafted, Latin-inspired, and locally sourced food. We feature weekend brunch and weekday happy hour menus.”
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“Easy flat hike with good views of the mountain. Par fitness course. Frisbee golf course also!”
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“This is our family's favorite restaurant in Flag and it has Vegan options that are worth a try. The atmosphere is casual and laid back, very Flagstaff like with a large variety of food. ”
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“Coffee shop by day, cocktail bar at night. Classy and located in one of the oldest hotels in Flagstaff. Ghosts and all. ”
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Pizza Place
“Fabulous gourmet pizza. Eat outside at MotherRoad Brewery next door in the summer and order from the Pizzicletta menu!”
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American Restaurant
“Part restaurant, part bakery, part local hub! Tourist Home provides counter service breakfast and lunch starting at 6 a.m., a casual dinner menu after 3 p.m., and stays open until 8 p.m. Enjoy made-to-order hot breakfast items (including the BEST breakfast burrito around), soups, salads, sandwiches, espresso drinks, beer, wine, mimosas and bloody marys. Join friends for conversation or sip hot coffee with a fresh pastry over today’s newspaper. Delicious creations by Master Pastry Chef Kat Biemann will bring you back time and again.”
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“Fresh and local comfort and bar food. Local brews on tap. Great for the whole family. Reservations not accepted but wait times are usually ok. ”
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Italian Restaurant
“This restaurant offers great authentic Italian cuisine. They also have vegetarian options. Their food tastes fresh, and we have never been disappointed when going there.”
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“Some awesome bands lined up for the 2019 calendar year, great beer selection and a friendly staff!”
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Japanese Restaurant
“The best sushi, ramen, or fried rice (4 different kinds) in town! This is definitely a local favorite and has a pretty good happy hour menu as well. ”
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