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Historic Heritage Square in downtown Phoenix houses some of the area's best restaurants. This popular place is nestled in one of the quaint old buildings which was formerly used as a Victorian-style tearoom. Today it is run by Japanese master chef Nobuo Fukuda. During the day, visitors can enjoy a relaxing, rejuvenating cup of their favorite tea, in an ancient ceremonial ambiance (chanoyu). At night, the place transforms itself into a busy izakaya, serving drinks and small plates. Nonetheless, day or night, this award-winning restaurant always offers an exciting new fusion of culinary tradition and innovation.
Located on The Farm at South Mountain, Quiessence is a beautiful restaurant for people who truly love food and care where it comes from. The restaurant uses as much produce from The Farm and the surrounding area as possible in its dishes and cocktails for the most incredible freshness. Of course the menu is seasonal, changing frequently and always inspired by the farm, and definitely always amazingly delicious. Make sure to try the artfully crafted cocktails or the amazing wine list for the perfect compliment to your meal.
Tarbell's is celebrated chef Mark Tarbell's New American bistro in Phoenix. Since its opening in 1994, this sleek contemporary restaurant has been wowing everyone with its seasonally inspired menu featuring local and organic produce. The expansive maple bar balances the minimalistic design of the dining room, giving it a rustic charm. Every dish is packed with flavor and has an earthiness to it that is delightful. Pair your meal with their award winning wines and have a memorable evening with your loved one.
William Wrigley Junior's dream mansion, the Wrigley Mansion is elegance personified. This magnificent 1932 mansion has hand-carved doors and a hand-painted rotunda ceiling which are a treat to the eyes. Apart from being a architectural marvel, the mansion also serves as a perfect location for anything from a dream wedding to an elegant event. Geordie's Restaurant within the mansion serves classic American fare and is the best place to host a classy sit-down dinner.
James Beard "Best Chef Southwest" winner, Vincent Guerithault, went where no chef had set foot before; combining classical French technique with indigenous Southwestern ingredients. Opened in 1986, his artistry remains the standard today. Several small dining rooms create an intimate setting with French country decor and Southwestern accents. House specialties include grilled lobster, duck confit tamales and smoked salmon quesadillas. The creme brulee is legendary. A well-chosen wine list is designed to complement the cuisine.
Gourmet Magazine called it one of the top restaurants in the Phoenix Metro area and with just one visit, you'll understand why. The seasonal, organic menu is served within the cozy confines of the Royal Palms Hotel; one of the Valley's earliest resort properties. Here visitors can dine in the private dining room, alfresco on the patios, and for larger parties, the entire orange grove is also available. For nearly twenty years, the chefs have garnered many accolades for their dinner service, usually served in four courses that entail shared plates to begin, followed by fireplace favorites like polenta and Foie Gras, then salads and finally an entree. It is no wonder that it is consistently rated as one of the best kitchens in Phoenix.
Enjoy breathtaking views of the Valley while dining at this resort restaurant. Located in the Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs, the restaurant features a menu that changes regularly to highlight herbs and produce from the chef's garden. Mains include perfectly plated lamb rack as well as duck and seafood specials with wonderful sides of salads and sauces. Desserts combine seasonal flavors and their award-winning wine list complements the food perfectly. Live music on Friday and Saturday evenings.