My local neighborhood of Gilbert is a food lovers paradise, but the part offers a attractively diverse dining scene, and from southwestern cuisine to international options, the local restaurants offers something for every taste! Since moving to Gilbert, I’ve made it my mission to try every one of the eateries, and lots of locals proposed a meal at Liberty Market.
Located in a historic building in the downtown district, it’s well-known for delicious supper and dinner.
Their homemade pastries and supper burritos are undoubtedly amazing, and I am a fan of the freshly roasted coffee. Another highlight of my culinary explorations was Joe’s Real BBQ, it’s family-owned establishment that has bee ndishing up tender, juicy smoked meats for more than twenty years. The menu carries smoked turkey, pulled port and tangy barbecue. The picnic-style seating and friendly staff makes it feel like a family get together. For something a bit more expensive, I head to Postino East. they specialize in bruschetta boards, gourmet panini sandwiches and a lovely array of wines, with the gorgeous AZ weather and scenery, the outdoor patio is the perfect spot to sample a glass of wine and nibble on flavorful chees. When I am looking for more international flare, I make a reservation at Romeo’s Euro cafe. Italian past, French crepes and Spanish paella are some of the delectable options, however because they source multiple of their ingredients locally, everything is super fresh and delicious. For a farm-to-table experience, Farmhouse Restaurant offers a menu that transitions with the seasons. They use fresh produce, herbs and meats straight from the farm. The rustic ambience and friendly staff part always a treat.