5 Best Restaurants in Mesa Right Now
Here, you'll find flavors from all over the globe -- Asia, Latin America, even Canada -- in dishes put together with things like cured fish, minced banana flowers, and ham hock. And given that they're served up in places ranging from food courts to sit-down restaurants with a fully stocked bar, how to experience them is up to you and your wallet.
Thanks to its new digs in Mesa, Hanna Gabrielsson's quirky and crazily unique Swedish, Polish, and Canadian restaurant is bigger -- and Beav-ier -- than ever. Now, The Beaver's luscious, loaded plates of schnitzels, cured fish, and meatballs can be had in a sleek new dining room three times the size of the original, outside on the patio, or alongside a glass of wine or imported brew from the fully stocked bar. Smooth move, Beaver.