Snap on your shades & step into a psychedelic restaurant, bar, and nightclub. Chow down on food, sip some cocktails, and get funky on the dance floor at The Funky Monk in Tempe!
Family-owned and operated for nearly two decades, Café Lalibela Ethiopian Restaurant has introduced many a newcomer to an authentic, aromatic and artful Ethiopian dining experience. Situated in the heart of Tempe, we pride ourselves on offering fresh, satisfying flavors (including many vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free varieties) in both a restaurant and retail setting.
Thirsty Lion’s culinary commitment is to provide an eclectic variety of multi-cultural cuisines with an emphasis on local ingredients, bold flavors and scratch recipes. Our fresh sheet specials focus on the changing seasons with unique ingredients including fresh seafood, quality meats, artisan cheeses and local vegetables & fruits. Our menu selections represent popular and culturally relevant recipe creation, including the infusion of craft beer into our food.
Located just off of I-10, Top of the Rock is situated at the Buttes Marriott Resort, overlooking Phoenix. With stellar views of the city, Top of the Rock has received many accolades for the best scenic view for a restaurant.
Quality, comfort and value are three key ingredients that make The Keg Steakhouse + Bar experience unlike any other. Highlighted by exceptional service and mouthwatering steaks, The Keg creates an atmosphere that encourages guests to enjoy, relax and be themselves. Whether you’re getting together with friends or celebrating with family, you’ll always be welcomed with a smile.
The embodiment of food in the spirit of the nation is an integral part of its identity. Our Dhaba is the embodiment of Punjabi food and Punjab – a state that has been the envy of the nation (India). In India and Pakistan, highways are dotted with local restaurants popularly known as ‘Dhabas’, providing local cuisine and serving as stops for truck drivers. Dhabas are traditionally characterized by casual seating on cots (called chaarpai in Hindi) and food prepared in clay ovens (tandoor). Over time Dhabas have come to define a culture, centered on food. Real Punjabi has been influenced by the diverse culinary cultures of Persia, Afghanistan and Central Asia. Punjab provided a conduit to caravans from Bukhara, Kabul & Kashmir. The wonderful frontier foods intertwined with the rich stream of Hindu, Sikh, Pathan, Muslim and Kashmiri migrants enriched the Punjabi cuisine. Our Dhaba food is non monolithic. It’s simple. It’s rich. It’s robust. It’s diverse. Please join our chefs and staff to explore real food prepared by real people.