The Daily Bread Bistro is a wonderful mom and pop hole in the wall in San Tan Valley. If you've not tried this restaurant, it's worth the trip. The food is not only amazing, but inexpensive and service is the best in the area. It doesn't matter if you go from breakfast, lunch or dinner, you will be very impressed with the offerings presented. People rave about the strawberry fields salad but no matter what dish you get the food is consistently well prepared and delicious.
Bistro 1528 is an upscale Mediterranean restaurant, offering a casual yet all the while sophisticated feel with an emphasis on delicious continental cuisine, attentive service and a genuinely friendly staff. Offering multiple dining experiences including multiple indoor and outdoor private dining spaces, a Chef’s Table in the kitchen and seating with views of the open kitchen. Hint; if you are going on a date and want to make an impression this is the location to do so.
If you live in the area then you already know about Barro's but for any visitors we have to make sure to include this. Online reviews show Barro's has done something no one else can seem to claim, people from New York and Chicago both agreeing that this is amazing pizza. On top of that people actually try to talk others out of ordering extra cheese because it is simply too much. Barro's isn't as cheap as their competition and for good reason, they want to make a quality product for you to enjoy.
Live bands, great food, large sized dance floor, with plenty of fire pits and tables that hold hundreds people. As incredible as the food is best part of San Tan Flat is the atmosphere. This place is straight out of an old western with old barn and cattle decor everywhere and straw glued to the ceilings with wagon wheel lamps hanging. You can even order marshmallows and sticks to roast over the fire for dessert. If you're going on the weekend get there early because the place will be jam packed.