If you’re feeling a bit carnivorous, these spots in East Valley have you covered.
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Chandler’s first locally owned steakhouse and grill, Chop Chandler, invites you to enjoy a feast of mouthwatering steaks, burgers and seafood. Sink into its plush, cushiony seats and treat yourself to one of Chop’s signature cocktails to pair with your meal. 2625 W. Queen Creek Road, Chandler, 480.833.2180, chopchandler.com
Culinary Dropout is equal parts fun and food, because who says adults can’t have their own playground? With live music by local bands, games, an abundance of sports TVs and even yoga, this restaurant is an entertainment oasis. Congratulate yourself on your cornhole win with its beloved slow-braised 36-hour pork ribs. 383 N. Gilbert Road, Gilbert, 480.418.3980, culinarydropout.com
DC Steak House
The upscale glass and steel architecture combined with warm, inviting interiors make DC Steak House the perfect spot for your next date night. Helmed by owner and steak savant Dean Laplant, this spot serves up superb steaks, seafood and other favorites. Stop by DC Steak House for happy hour Sundays through Thursdays from 3 to 6PM. 180 S. Arizona Ave., Ste. 106, Chandler, 480.899.4400, dc-steakhouse.com
Whether you’re in need of a sit-down meal, catering or a quick food truck fix, Woodbarn BBQ has you covered. This family-owned and -operated restaurant serves brisket, pork, sausage and turkey, all fired up using mesquite and almond wood. With occasional specials like prime rib and corned beef, you’ll have to come back again and again. 23670 S. Power Road, Ste. 101, Queen Creek, 480.988.6451, woodbarnbbq.com