As if W Scottsdale wasn’t already one of the most popular spots in Arizona—it’s basically the pinnacle of Old Town Scottsdale’s hip, cultural scene—now it’s expanding into the realm of unequivocally cool brunch spaces too, with its latest addition of the Cottontail Lounge.
Restaurant of the Week
Beloved neighborhood pizzeria, Humble Pie, has undergone a brand revamp that includes sleek dining room renovations, an updated bar and a new menu—redeveloped by none other than world-class chef and Food Network star, Jorge Gomez.
Local Bistro, located in North Scottsdale, serves favorite Italian classics prepared with a modern twist.
With its seasonally inspired entrees, creative cocktails and incredible outdoor space, ShadowRock Tap + Table at Hilton Sedona Resort at Bell Rock has become an area favorite–even more so now thanks to a unique way to savor socially distanced dining.
Belle’s Nashville Kitchen—Old Town Scottsdale’s newest source of classic, Southern charm—is a honkey tonk-themed bar and restaurant that boasts Nashville-inspired fare and other traditional staples in a cozy, hazel-drenched space.
With locations in Midtown Phoenix, Old Town Scottsdale and now Tempe, Daily Dose is a locally-owned casual dining eatery that’s known for serving up splurge-worthy, flavorful brunch and lunch favorites.
Settled beyond the Estrella Mountains in the Presidio Residents Club is The Cantina, a casual restaurant with made-from-scratch Mexican dishes and Chef-inspired twists on old favorites.
Cave Creek’s newest restaurant gem, Ofrenda, offers guests a refreshing take on the traditional, Latin-inspired dining experience.
This fall, Chandler welcomed the state’s very first build-your-own pasta concept, Pasta78, where a bowl of handmade, just-like-Grandma-made spaghetti is just minutes away.
Who doesn’t love a hidden gem–especially one that has a glorious wine list? Peacock Wine Bar in Gilbert might be just the spot for your holiday wind-down.