Phoenix Restaurant Guide

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Halo-Halo Kitchen

For fans of both Filipino food and karaoke, this family-owned restaurant on the city’s west side has them both. On one side there is the eatery, a bright-white room of Filipino baked goods and groceries leading to a turo-turo, or "point-point" setup of meats and prepared stews which doubles as a place to order your choice of nearly 15 all-day breakfast silogs as well as made-to-order traditional Filipino specialties like very good sizzling pork sisig, lechon kawali, and chicharron bulaklak. On the other, a darkened pub called the Kalesa, tricked out with televisions, a full bar, a dance floor, and a karaoke stage, stays open until 1 a.m. on Fridays (the kitchen is open late, too).
Details
  • Price: $
  • Hours: Monday-Saturday 9 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sunday 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
  • Alcohol: No Alcohol
  • Reservations: Not necessary
  • Parking: Lot available
  • Takeout: