Restaurant of the Week: Collins Bros. Chophouse

From award-winning restauranteur Christopher Collins of Common Ground Culinary, a Valley-based hospitality group, comes the refined Collins Bros. Chophouse. The new dining destination in Scottsdale offers elevated sips and opulent dishes from both land and sea. 

After opening this past July in place of one of Collins’ earliest concepts, Twisted Grove, Collins Bros. Chophouse offers an intimate and warm atmosphere, dubbed by Chef Collins as, “The most polished of all the Common Ground concepts.” 

The chophouse boasts a moody vibe, featuring a rustic yet modern design with dark wood elements, exposed red brick and black leather accents. A secluded parlor room can be found for private events, housing up to 30 guests and featuring high-definition TVs, an Apple TV and a private patio with a signature black fireplace.

With Chef Collins at the helm, the menu offers an elevated approach to traditional chophouse fare, featuring dishes crafted with only the highest quality cuts of meat, fresh seafood and finest ingredients from local purveyors like Valley favorite Noble Bread. Some must-try items include the sesame-encrusted Ahi tuna with pancit noodles, herbs, tomato, avocado, peanuts, toasted coconut, Bang Bang sauce and a Sambal-lime vinaigrette; the house-made pappardelle with maitake, portobello and shallot butter; or for those feeling a bit adventurous, an a la carte menu, the Butcher’s Shop, is also available with a curated list of various cuts of quality meat. 


An extensive drink lineup can be found at the restaurant, featuring handcrafted cocktails like the Elder Daquiri with Diplomatico Planas, St. Germain, lime and simple syrup; the Martini #10 with lemongrass-infused Grey Goose, Lillet blanc, lemon and black lemon bitters; or the staple, High Roller Old Fashioned with Eagle Rare 10 Year, gomme syrup and aromatic bitters. In addition to the mixed sips, guests will find a variety of wines, beers and noteworthy liquors. 

Dessert at Collins Bros. Chophouse is a must to finish the perfect meal, with a menu of tasty slices of coconut cream pie, chocolate mousse pie, butter cake and scratch cheesecake. 

Collins Bros. Chophouse is open 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., Sunday to Thursday, and 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., Friday and Saturday. 

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