St. Francis

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An architectural and culinaryuptown treasure. The food is fresh and seasonal, and the wood-burning oven adds depth to dishes like his fine pork chile verde. In addition to entr’es, the menu offers a shareable selection of snacky foods such as seasonally-changing flatbread. Lunch and dinner M-F; brunch and dinner Sa-Su.

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111 E. Camelback Rd.



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