Check out Arizona’s favorite places to eat based on OpenTable reviews

Mar 5, 2018, 11:44 AM
(Cafe Monarch Website Photo)...
(Cafe Monarch Website Photo)
(Cafe Monarch Website Photo)

PHOENIX — If you can’t decide where to grab dinner Monday night, you may be best off by listening to your fellow diners.

OpenTable has compiled a list of Arizona’s best restaurants based on diner reviews.

The list was eclectic and showed the diversity in the state’s cuisine. It included everything from Indian and Japanese food to a steakhouse and a pizzeria.

The restaurants were listed in no particular order.

It featured restaurants from all over Arizona from Tempe to Winslow to Scottsdale.

All of the locations have five-star reviews on the website with many of them holding hundred, sometimes thousands, of reviews.

One of the Arizona restaurants listed is no stranger to praise, especially from OpenTable.

Cafe Monarch was also on OpenTable’s 2017 top 100 restaurants in the country list, it was the only Arizona eatery to make the cut. It has appeared on the list annually since 2014. 

The restaurant posted to its Facebook page after they made the list.

“A huge THANK YOU to all of our guests and our amazing staff for making Cafe Monarch what it is today!” the post read.

The family-owned restaurant in Old Town Scottsdale also made OpenTable’s 2018 list for the country’s top 100 romantic restaurants.

The site analyzed over 400,000 reviews from users to compile the list. Restaurant bookings are available on their site.

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Check out Arizona’s favorite places to eat based on OpenTable reviews