Phoenix: Down­town

Where Phoenix - - DINING -

HULA’S MOD­ERN TIKI Poly­ne­sian. Fish and fruit, sauces and slaws, and sea­son­ings from Asian, Ja­maican and Ca­jun tra­di­tions are blended into sum­mer-ev­ery­day sup­pers and lunches.­las­mod­ern­ 4700 N. Cen­tral Ave., 602.265.8454. Val­ley Map O14; 7213 E. 1st Ave., 480.970.4852. Scottsdale Map J5

LOS DOS MOLINOS New Mex­i­can. Take a hint from the hun­dreds and hun­dreds of chiles hang­ing from the ceil­ing at the orig­i­nal “south Cen­tral” lo­ca­tion: En­trées tend to be spicy-hot. Bet­ter or­der a pitcher of mar­gar­i­tas to put out the flames. www.los­dos­moli­nospho­enix. com. Lo­ca­tions in­clude: 8646 S. Cen­tral Ave., 602.243.9113. Val­ley Map U15; 1044 E. Camel­back Road, 602.528.3535. Val­ley Map O15; 4025 E. Chan­dler Blvd., 480.706.1066. Val­ley Map X16 POMO PIZZE­RIA NAPO­LE­TANA Pizza. This hand­some pizze­ria wood-fires piz­zas for purists us­ing in­gre­di­ents im­ported from Naples; from-scratch Ital­ian desserts too. www.pomo pizze­ Lo­ca­tions in­clude: 705 N. 1st St., 602.795.2555. Phoenix Map D4; 366 N. Gil­bert Road, Gil­bert, 480.878.2222. Val­ley Map U22

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