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1. Waffle LoveMaricopa County, Phoenix
2. Ted's Hot Dogs1755 E Broadway Rd, Tempe
3. Queso Good, Phoenix
4. Brat Haüs3622 N Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale
5. Lo-Lo's Chicken & Waffles1220 S Central Ave, Phoenix
6. The Great Pho King Food Truck, Phoenix
7. Born & Glazed3213 N Hayden Rd, Scottsdale
8. Fate Brewing Company7337 E Shea Blvd, Scottsdale
Once you track down this truck, your sweet tooth will thank you. A selection of favorite waffle combos along with a more a la carte option make this a great place to get the sort of meal that tastes like dessert, but will fill you like dinner.
This New York-based chain does two very important things with their hot dogs: 1) Cook them over a hardwood charcoal fire and 2) Top them with things like mac 'n' cheese & bacon. Order one with sides of fries, cheese fries, or onion rings (or even more mac 'n' cheese -- no judgement).
All your cheesy prayers have been answered -- literally. Everything you order at this food truck will come loaded with cheese, whatever else you ask for, and with a side of chips and salsa fresca.
This spot is a classic beer garden, with 28 craft beers on tap and a menu featuring pretzels, burgers, and of course brats.
The most authentic Southern fare in Arizona, Lo-Lo's devoted followers claim it can stand up alongside its Harlem and LA brethren any day... and they're right. The namesake Belgian bird combo is enormous and exquisite, and goes the extra mile by piling on grits, greens, and other fixins on top of the already indulgent pile of euphoria.
Pho King's brief menu covers stir fry, pho, bahn mi, dumplings, tacos, a grilled cheese, and an Asian fusion cheese steak. It's some of the best fusion eats available, so we'd recommend tracking them down.
Have you ever said no to a donut? And if you have, have you ever said no to a coffee? If you answered to 'no' to either or both of those questions, pay a visit to Born & Glazed for the donut & coffee of your dreams.