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St. Francis


St. Francis is an urban gathering place set in the heart of Phoenix that aims to nourish the community with exceptional cuisine in an inspired setting at good value.




Monday – Thursday
11am – 10pm

11am – 11pm

10am – 11pm

10am – 9pm


Pet Friendly:


Contact Info:

St. Francis
111 E Camelback Rd
Phoenix, AZ 85012
(602) 200-8111


Submitted Reviews :

January 6, 2015
"Wood roasted Pork Loin, bacon, and gruyere melted on an house made baguette with Dijon Mustard and an Onion/fennel marmalade with a cup of pork gravy Au Jus. This is excellent. The vegetable flatbread was great because unlike most flatbreads, you can taste the ingredients on top of the bread. The bread is light and airy, the vegetables on top were roasted and full of flavor. Here's one way to eat kale and brussel sprouts. It's delicious. We had a beer each and got out of there for $41. That's not bad. I've gone to worse restaurants and have paid more. St. Francis is where it's at. Go experience for yourself and thank me later."
Mark K.


November 7, 2011
"This is one of my favorite restaurants to treat myself to. The food is phenomenal! I love the little potatoes with their special dipping sauce as an appetizer, but I'd be happy just eating those! Their food is based on what is seasonal & so the menu changes. Their brick oven pizza's are delicious, I particularly favor the one with goat cheese & tomatoes, my friend had one with fig & some greens on it & it was just delicious! The lunch is reasonable & I love the patio seating. I really love this restaurant."
Jacinda C.



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