The burger to put a zip in your step (or a nap in your afternoon). The grass-fed beef in the seven-ounce patty comes from Double Check Ranch. Topped with their secret “zip sauce,” burnt onions, on a brioche bun. $11 ($7 during happy hour).
220 N. Fourth Ave.
So good, they were mentioned in our nation’s paper of record. Local corn tortillas come smothered in pinto beans, over-medium eggs, sharp white cheddar, house ranchero sauce, pico de gallo, avocado, and cilantro-serrano pesto. $9.
756 S. Stone Ave.
Sonoran flavors on an American classic: this half-pound burger made with local grass-fed beef comes with mesquite bacon, jalapeño jam, beans, lettuce, and tomato. $14
5900 N. Oracle Road
A feast to feed a family. Café Desta’s shared plates come with a generous side of injera, a pancake-like sourdough bread with the perfect mix of spongy and soft to scoop up all that deliciousness before you. $45.
758 S. Stone Ave.