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Innovative eats in Phoenix

Popular food trucks take wheels off on Roosevelt Row
Manager Wayne Coats serves coffee to guests at the Welcome Diner in Phoenix. Some food trucks have become so popular they are setting up shop in brick-and-mortar incarnations. The nine-stool, Valentine-style diner was built in 1945 in Witchita, Kan., and moved in 1955 to Williams, Ariz., where it was operated on Route 66 for 25 years.
A customer orders at the window at the Welcome Diner. The diner uses regional ingredients and buys from local farms and a nearby community garden.
A buffalo chicken sandwich is on the menu at the Welcome Diner in Phoenix. The diner offers entrees with Southern, Cajun and Southwest influences.

Innovative eats in Phoenix

Manager Wayne Coats serves coffee to guests at the Welcome Diner in Phoenix. Some food trucks have become so popular they are setting up shop in brick-and-mortar incarnations. The nine-stool, Valentine-style diner was built in 1945 in Witchita, Kan., and moved in 1955 to Williams, Ariz., where it was operated on Route 66 for 25 years.
A customer orders at the window at the Welcome Diner. The diner uses regional ingredients and buys from local farms and a nearby community garden.
A buffalo chicken sandwich is on the menu at the Welcome Diner in Phoenix. The diner offers entrees with Southern, Cajun and Southwest influences.
If you go

WELCOME DINER: 924 E. Roosevelt St., Phoenix, (602) 495-1111, www.welcomediner.net.
SHORT LEASH HOT DOGS: 110 E. Roosevelt St., Phoenix, (480) 620-8479, shortleashsitstay.com.
MAMMA TOLEDO’S THE PIE HOLE: 110 E. Roosevelt St., Phoenix, (602) 332-7346, www.mammatoledos.com.
PIZZA PEOPLE PUB: 1326 N. Central Ave., Phoenix, (602) 795-7954, www.pizzapeopleaz.com.

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