Restaurants in Scottsdale

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An assortment of breakfast classics with an international twist makes this cozy, off-the-radar spot a sure choice. Dine outside under the trellis and... Read More

Located on the north side of town, Andreoli Italian Grocer is both an Italian restaurant and a store selling imported Italian specialty items. Chef,... Read More

You don’t have to be one of Scottsdale’s ladies-who-lunch to appreciate Arcadia Farms. The modern cottage décor provides a pleasant setting, and its... Read More

Think of Arcadia Tavern as a sports bar you can actually bring the kids to. Half the restaurant is dedicated to draft beers and with a couple of dozen... Read More

The ever-changing lineup of drafts at O.H.S.O. feature a host of Arizona brews, including longtime favorites, such as SanTan Brewing’s Mr. Pineapple and... Read More

Arizona’s burgeoning wine county—located in the state’s southeastern grasslands—has gained of momentum in the past decade, producing an impressive... Read More

Unlike most Scottsdale restaurants, Atlas Bistro really does have a bring-your-own bottle of wine policy. Why? Because this tiny bistro sits right next... Read More

Grab a burger or salad at this sleek Old Town Scottsdale restaurant that opened in 1988 as a café and watering hole with casual bar food and... Read More

With its first-class martinis and killer comfort food, this perennial favorite has attracted Scottsdale’s natty set for decades. The minimalist interior... Read More

For my money, Barrio Queen has the city’s best guacamole, a tableside affair with fresh avocados and tart pomegranate seeds. This causal spot at the... Read More

Kevin Binkley, who trained with Thomas Keller at French Laundry in Napa, brings an approachable, but no-less-delicious take on fine dining to his Cave... Read More

The food isn’t fancy at the Buffalo Chip—grilled steaks and chicken, barbecue platters, baked beans—but this cowboy embodies radiates real Western... Read More

Get ready for breakfast overload. There is a veritable pancake-apalooza at Butters, from classic short stacks to buttermilk, banana crème, berry,... Read More

This charming, family-owned gem is one of Scottsdale’s best-kept dining secrets. Reserve a table in the candlelit courtyard, an ivy-covered secret... Read More

Located in downtown Phoenix, Crescent is one of a handful of small venues in the city where you can see big-name acts and up-and-coming bands. The... Read More

Mexico City’s street food gets an Iron Chef makeover from Jose Garces at his Scottsdale outpost. Hand-painted Dia de los Muertos skulls, glittery... Read More

Situated in Old Town, this indoor-outdoor cantina is a casual party spot that serves traditional Mexican fare along with affordable margaritas and beers... Read More

Clark Gable, John Wayne and Milton Berle have all sidled up to the “classroom bar” at this former girls school built in 1934. A recent restoration has... Read More

It’s all about the patio at this causal, family-owned Cave Creek oasis. Outdoor tables line a pleasant lagoon and courtyard, where palm trees grow and... Read More

The sunset views of Camelback and Mummy mountains are worth the reservation alone. From its perch atop Paradise Valley, Elements is the perfect date... Read More

This Mexican-Asian fusion restaurant and bar specializes blending exotic flavors, and its craft cocktails are no exception. They range from the Tamarind... Read More

Arizona’s prolific restaurateur Sam Fox delivers another home run with a fast-casual concept that thrills the crunchy-yuppie set. The organic menu... Read More

Grimaldi’s brings a Brooklyn tradition to Scottsdale with its unique coal-fired ovens and “secret” sauce. The simple menu offers salad starters,... Read More

They just don’t make ’em like this anymore. Handlebar J bills itself as Scottsdale’s last “authentic Western-style steak house and saloon,” and it’s... Read More

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