Occasionally, there arises a need to just go out and try something different. Like eating in a dozen restaurants in a single day. Fortunately for our waistlines, such urges are easily controlled. But if the yen persists, here are a couple of eat-a-thon suggestions in Arizona.
First, the Salsa Trail in the southeastern sector of the state. It is a union of more than a dozen restaurants spread across eight towns in three counties. Each establishment is family-owned and all feature Mexican food, from tacos, tamales, chips, dips, burritos, enchiladas and specialties designed to bring customers back for more. They all make their own salsas and sauces, which range in intensity from mild to “bring on the antacids and be quick about it!”Read