Scottsdale's most innovative restaurant was a pioneer in seasonal farm-to-table cuisine and is one of the city's best priced. Pavle Milic, the charming sommelier who was the first steward to curate a wine list devoted to Arizona vineyards, warmly greets guests. In the kitchen, the vivacious chef Charleen Badman, a James Beard nominee in 2014 and 2015, turns fresh produce into stunning vegetarian-friendly dishes like braised leeks topped with mozzarella, mustard, breadcrumbs, and a sunny-side up egg. Menus change seasonally and are perfectly suited for sharing, with just a dozen small plates and four to six entrees. Painted a vivid red with decorative plates on the walls, the dining room is bustling yet intimate. If reservations permit, ask for a table on the terrace, which provides views of the Midcentury Modern architecture of Craftsman Court, a hidden enclave in Old Town Scottsdale.