The Original, James Beard Award winning, Fry Bread House on 7th Av and Indian School, Rd now has a Second Location.
1916 West Baseline Road Mesa, AZ.
It's at the NE corner of Dobson & Baseline in a strip center.
I ate there today.
The menu and the food is exactly the same as at the original location.
The facility is a little larger and seats more people.
I had the Red Chile Stew and a round of Fry Bread.
If I closed my eyes, I'd think I was eating at the 7th AV location.
The Stew uses New Mexico Red Chiles and was loaded with lean, well cooked, tender beef and the sauce has a very nice flavor and a little kick to it.
The fry bread floated on air!
For all those in the East Valley, this is a nice convenient location.
Easy to get to and no hassles finding parking.
AND oh yes, 2 members of the Hohokam O'odham tribe were out front selling their authentic, handcrafted jewelry.
The Fry Bread Houses, 1 & 2, are owned and operated by members of the Hohokam O'odham tribe.
This location, while lacking some of the charm of the original, is very convenient to Sky Harbor Airport, (About 15 minutes away) if you're flying in or out and need a quick bite.