Din­ing in the Val­ley’s His­toric Homes

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At down­town Phoenix’s James Beard Award-win­ner Nobuo Fukuda plates mod­ern Ja­panese cui­sine in­side an 1899 wood-floored bun­ga­low. The Pyra­mid Cot­tage-style, sin­gle­fam­ily home in Her­itage Square was built by Leon Bou­vier, and later home to El­iza Teeter (622 E. Adams St., 602.254.0600). In Tempe, Robert and Robin Trick pur­chased and re­mod­eled a 1920s bun­ga­low and opened

in 1987. The neigh­bor­ing 1903 adobe brick home was later added, with a tree-cov­ered out­door pa­tio and bar link­ing the two prop­er­ties. A con­tem­po­rary Amer­i­can, sea­son­ally in­spired menu is ac­com­pa­nied by an award-win­ning se­lec­tion of wines. (114 E. 7th St., Tempe, 480.968.1114). in­spired dé­cor. The mod­ern Amer­i­can fare fea­tures global twists, like the At­lantic Hal­ibut with veg­eta­bles, kumquat and curry jus. 6936 E. Main St., 480.634.1600 OLD TOWN TOR­TILLA FAC­TORY A his­toric adobe home sets the foun­da­tion for this South­west­ern din­ing des­ti­na­tion. Choose a seat in­side or out­side on the ex­pan­sive flag­stone pa­tio shaded by 100-year- old pecan trees. Warm tor­tillas, served in place of din­ner rolls, are hand­made daily, and the mar­gar­i­tas are a fa­vorite ac­com­pa­ni­ment to any meal. 6910 E. Main St., 480.945.4567 Estab­lished 21 years ago, this French bistro re­cently re­lo­cated into a ren­o­vated home along Os­born Road. Dine in one of six cozy rooms, at a bar built with rem­nants of the old lo­ca­tion, or out­side on the brick pa­tio. Through the years, the French-in­spired restau­rant has col­lected an ar­ray of awards. 1725 E. Os­born Road, 602.212.1082

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