Cowboy Ciao

Part of Scottsdale’s notable Restaurant Row in the fashionable downtown arts district, Cowboy Ciao features modern American food with global influences (principally the cuisines of Italy, Mexico and the American Southwest). Their award-winning cuisine is full of flavor and balanced to accompany their unique wine selection, available by the bottle, glass and tasting flight. The 3,200+ bottle wine list has received a coveted Wine Spectator ‘Award of Excellence’ five consecutive years.

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Additional Information

Avg. Price of Entree ($15 or less, $16-25, $26+): $16 - $25
Credit Cards Accepted: American Express, Diners Club, Discover, Mastercard, Visa
Meals Served: Dinner, Lunch
Accessible to the handicapped: Yes
Motor coach parking: Yes
Total square feet of semi-private dining: 600
Total square feet of largest dining area: 600
Total square feet of indoor dining: 2000
Capacity of semi-private dining: 50
Semi-private dining available: Yes
Menu modifications: Yes
Maximum standard menu number: 12
Maximum indoor group size: 140
Hours of operation: Lunch 11:30am to 2:30pm; Dinner nightly 5:00pm to 10:00pm (11:00pm Fri & Sat)
Full bar: Yes
Accepting groups: Yes

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