With over 800 restaurants, Scottsdale is quickly turning into a foodie destination. Young and seasoned chefs are taking over the city because of our year-round growing season, making it a prime place to create local ingredient masterpieces.
The Hermosa Inn
Executive Chef Jeremy Pacheco from LON’s at The Hermosa Inn takes age-old cooking methods and creates bold, artful cuisine using many locally sourced ingredients from Arizona farmers. Each week you’ll find a new tasting menu and a menu of classics that have held true for years.
Hotel Valley Ho
Hotel Valley Ho’s on-site restaurant, ZuZu, is known for their seasonally crafted chef-curated dishes and contemporary spin on all-American meals. Executive Chef Russell sources fresh local ingredients straight from ZuZu’s herb garden and creates playful monthly “Show Stopper” Shakes that are topped to look “extra” for the ‘gram.
Andaz Scottsdale Resort & Bungalows
Weft & Warp Art Bar + Kitchen encourages brunch all day, since it is served until 3 p.m. They serve up a variety of small plates and a menu that showcases local artisans and purveyors that influence the area. A dish you can’t miss, the Blue Corn Pancakes is made from blue corn cultivated on the Salt River Pima Reservation just outside of Scottsdale.
Arizona Food Tours
Explore Old Town Scottsdale’s food scene with an award-winning walking culinary tour with Arizona Food Tours. You’ll stop at some of Old Town’s favorites including The Mission, Bootleggers and AZ88.
Scottsdale Wine Trail
Take a break from all the incredible food and get cozy at one or hop between the six Arizona wine tasting rooms in Old Town. All within walking distance of each other, the tasting rooms allow for visitors to enjoy locally produced wines without going to the vineyards. Follow the Scottsdale Wine Trail.
FnB Restaurant is a veggie-forward restaurant by Chef Charleen Badman, recipient of the James Beard Foundation’s 2019 Best Chef: Southwest Award. Chef Badman transforms vegetables you didn’t even know you liked into a dish full of flavor. The presentation? It’s impeccable.
Who doesn’t love a good pasta dish? Fat OX, an Italian-inspired restaurant, named after the iconic Italian Bue Grasso cattle, is known for their beautifully plated (and delizioso!) pasta creations, tableside Caesar salad, and seafood and steaks fired over pecan wood.
Citizen Public House
Barrel Aged Cocktails, Bacon Fat Popcorn, Pork Belly Pastrami and The Original Chopped Salad are just a few of the must-have menu items. This contemporary public house with an elegant atmosphere prides itself on their new-American comfort food and barrel-aged libations, in the heart of Old Town.