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Arizona Wilderness Brewing Co.

721 N. Arizona Ave.
Gilbert, AZ 85233
480-284-9863
Critics' Pick
Best Of
Arizona Wilderness Brewing Co. +

Lauren Cusimano

Details

  • Sunday-Thursday 11 a.m.-10 p.m., Friday & Saturday 11 a.m.-11 p.m.
  • $$
  • Beer/Wine
  • Alcoholic beverages delivered, Call restaurant to order/pay, Order/delivery via Grubhub, Order/delivery via Uber Eats, Use restaurant website to order/pay
  • Lot available
  • Alcoholic beverages to go, Call restaurant to order/pay, Use restaurant website to order/pay
  • Lunch, Dinner, Late Night
Plenty of praise has been heaped upon the beers over at Arizona Wilderness Brewing Co. (chef's kiss to that extra-peachy Sonoran Prince), but the food at this "Arizona-inspired scratch kitchen" is top-notch as well. Wild concoctions like the peanut butter and jalapeño jelly burger and the dry-rub chicken drumsticks confit are reason alone to drop in to the original Gilbert location, which opened in 2013. Ditto the duck fat fries, which are memorable, weighty, and served piping-hot, flavored with rosemary and thyme, and paired with garlic aioli; no visit to the brewery should go without a basket for the table. AZ Wilderness opened a beer garden in downtown Phoenix on Roosevelt Row in 2019, and this location offers a tighter version of the Gilbert flagship's menu. But the fries are available, as are other go-tos like the Downtowner Burger (corn guac, pepper jack, onion strings), the AZ Hot Fried Chicken Sandwich, and the shareable bites of Buffalo cauliflower. New Normal: Both the Gilbert and Phoenix locations have open-air seating options. The downtown spot also doubles as a bird-friendly beer garden.

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