With a new menu in tow, Lincoln Restaurant and the adjoining Bar 1936 at the JW Marriott Scottsdale Camelback Inn impress in ways most modern steakhouses fall short.
Author: Tony Pontecorvo
Salty Sow has recently expanded their hours to include lunch from Monday to Saturday 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. They have also brought back their Sunday brunch from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Picazzo’s Healthy Italian Kitchen has long been a favorite for guests with food allergies and sensitivities, but hungry diners without those concerns are also in for a treat.
6 Degrees Urban Kitchen at The Shops at Gainey Ranch in Scottsdale is rapidly building a following – and a reputation – as one of the best new restaurants in the area.
Nestled inside the W Scottsdale Hotel, Sushi Roku has established itself as not only a preeminent “see and be seen” spot in the Entertainment District, but as a spot for fresh, artistic takes on sushi and fusion cuisine.
Bourbon & Bones Chophouse and Bar, located on Scottsdale Road in the heart of downtown Scottsdale, is a callback to the upscale steakhouses of yesteryear.
Tucked away off East Via Linda in Scottsdale, Voila! French Bistro offers guests an opportunity to experience exquisite classic French cuisine.
Arizona Restaurant Week returns September 15 – 24 and is “Celebrating a Decade of Delicious” with participating restaurants from all over the state.
Lush Burger, located on Pima Rd in North Scottsdale, has signature burgers and other creative fare in a casual, comfortable environment.
Salty Sow in Paradise Valley blends the atmosphere of a high-end gastropub with the refinement and quality of a fine-dining establishment.