6 Best Restaurants Near Phoenix Housed in Historic Homes

Phoenix and the area surrounding it have a long history. If you’re a longtime resident, then you must have seen the area transform over time. Among all the new developments, there is one unique transformation where historic homes get repurposed into restaurants in Phoenix.

Are you into vintage vibes, good food, and profound stories? Check out these spots we’ve chosen for you!

Old Town Tortilla Factory

6910 E Main St, Scottsdale, AZ 85251

Built over 75 years ago in what is now the Old Town Scottsdale arts district, the adobe historic home near Phoenix features a restaurant with an inviting environment for dining, whether it’s within the 1930s Southwestern interior or on the enormous patio.

CIBO Pizzeria

603 N 5th Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85003

This pre-World War era bungalow was eventually fitted with the wood-fired ovens that are associated with superior pizza making. At CIBO, the unique combinations of premium toppings (along with some classic pies) are just one feature that patrons come to experience, since the atmosphere itself is incredibly comfortable.

The Farish House

816 N 3rd St, Phoenix, AZ 85004

This family-owned and -operated bistro is a step out of time. This restaurant in Phoenix features quaint antique decor and a predisposition to live jazz entertainment. The redbrick historic home is a beautiful destination for anyone looking to escape for a night of revelry!

House of Tricks

114 E 7th St, Tempe, AZ 85281

This eatery has been serving the community for over 30 years, but before it became a restaurant, it was not one, but two separate homes, each structure now over 90 years old. With the two properties now linked, the House of Tricks can offer patrons multiple patios and private dining spaces to boot!

The Coronado PHX

2245 N 12th St, Phoenix, AZ 85006

A Sister location to Dark Hall Coffee, The Coronado is a vegan restaurant and coffee shop combo in Phoenix, AZ that has recently moved to a “new” location. However, it’s not that new when you think about it. That’s because the Coronado Phoenix just so happens to be in a famous historic neighborhood. Specifically, this address was once a beautifully designed 1950s historic home that belonged to a restaurateur-slash-architect. What a coincidence that it is now a real restaurant!

The House Brasserie

6936 E Main St, Scottsdale, AZ 85251

The House Brasserie is a hiddem gem in the valley, specifically in Old Town Scottsdale. From architecture to the culinary, the House Brasserie is the definition of art. The dining room of the restaurant near Phoenix fully embraces the classic Victorian style, and the cuisine is New American with a touch of French. If you’re looking for an elegant, romantic date night, make a reservation at the historic home and restaurant.

Featured Image Credit: House of Trick

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