Scottsdale is a foodie's paradise, with over 800 restaurants to choose from. From fine dining to casual eateries, there is something for everyone. With award-winning restaurants and unique experiences, Scottsdale is the perfect place to explore the culinary delights of the city. Price categories reflect the average prices of main dishes for dinner; drinks, taxes and tips are additional.
Hash Kitchen is known for its unique Build Your Own Bloody Mary bar, with five locations around the valley. Diego Pops looks like a humble mid-century mud house from the outside, but inside it is an elegant and modern mid-century restaurant and bar. The Canal Club is located at The Scott Resort, one of the best places to stay in Phoenix. The Herb Box is a sophisticated café that serves traditional dishes with a fresh twist.
For more than 30 years, a local butcher has been delivering fresh ground beef every day for his artisanal burgers. New Wave Market is an American boutique restaurant located in the old town of Scottsdale. It began as Super Chunk Bakery and has since expanded into a full-service restaurant. Capriott's is a legendary sandwich shop that began in 1976 as a small family store located in a basement apartment in Little Italy, Delaware.
Breakfast Club has several locations around the valley, but our favorite is the one in Old Town Scottsdale. It has a modern neighborhood cafeteria atmosphere with an extensive menu and locally sourced ingredients. Breakfast is served all day until 2 p.m., and they also offer a lunch menu. They also offer a happy hour with snacks and drinks at half price every day for 3 to 7 years and all day on Sundays.
This modern mid-century hotel and restaurant will make you feel like you've stepped back in time to the 1950s. In both places, you can expect a fresh take on modern Latin cuisine with a variety of signature tacos and favorite dishes, such as empanadas, toast, aguachile and grilled proteins. This cozy restaurant in the old town doesn't lack protein, such as grilled quails, steak with onion jam and pink grouper, but vegetables are the real stars of the show. This restaurant in the old town offers a variety of delicious Sonoran-style dishes, including basic foods such as hand-pressed tortillas and homemade sauce, in a vibrant, colorful and imaginative environment.
The Heflin family owns and operates the restaurant and a commercial fishing boat in San Diego, which offers fresh seafood “from boat to table” in a variety of delicious combinations. The outdoor bar at the Scottsdale branch is a stage during happy hour and a great break while shopping in Fashion Square. This family home converted into a restaurant was originally built in 1939, making it the second oldest house in Scottsdale. With more than 800 restaurants in Scottsdale to choose from, finding the next dining experience on your bucket list can seem overwhelming.
As part of a fixed-price four-course meal, Branden Levine, Food Network veteran, offers a repertoire of ingredients and styles at this small, quiet and elegant restaurant. You'll also love the candy bar, where you can order traditional ice cream and sundaes or try something new like Choco Tacos or Churro Fries. Not many restaurants are adorned with a white fence, shaded brick patio and romantic fireplace like this one. Great fresh fish and great happy hour deals on seafood appetizers such as shrimp cocktail, Rockefeller oysters, halibut “ceviche” and mussels in butter sauce make this Italian restaurant in downtown Scottsdale the perfect place for happy hour with sommelier pairings you're sure to like.