Scottsdale Restaurants – Each of these restaurants listed below was rated by over one-hundred reviews and Butterfield had over 1,000 reviews. You’ll have to make up your own mind at how good these eateries are but at a minimum, you have some support in finding a good place to eat. Scottsdale has lots of chain restaurants that are also rated high but if you want to try something different the article will give you a start.
Butterfield’s Pancake House
7388 E Shea Blvd, Scottsdale, AZ 85260-6466
480-951-6002 – Website
Butterfield’s has created a variety of breakfast specialties that will be served all day long for your health and enjoyment. Choose from a cornucopia of world cuisines to a traditional American “bacon and eggs”, to a selection of nutritious and healthful offerings.
6922 E Main St, Scottsdale, AZ 85251-4312
480-946-0542 – Website
Craft64 is Scottsdale’s premier venue for local craft beer, great wine, and artisan wood-fired pizza. The owners Josh Ivey, an advanced Sommelier; Roger Carpenter, a previous owner of a popular Australian wine bar and bistro; along with Scott Hagen and James Swann both with extensive knowledge of beer and well known in the Arizona beer community, are owners and “hands-on” managing partners.
5700 E McDonald Dr, Paradise Valley, AZ 85253-5218
855-750-8020 – Website
Craft64 is Scottsdale’s premier venue for local craft beer, great wine, and artisan wood-fired pizza. The owners Josh Ivey, an advanced Sommelier; Roger Carpenter, previous owner Contemporary and chic, the jade bar boasts a dynamic atmosphere where guests can enjoy delicious libations and irresistible culinary creations.
Take pleasure amidst a shaded patio featuring an alluring gas fireplace for those cool Arizona desert evenings, and enjoy live music while taking in extraordinary views of Paradise Valley.
Rehab Burger Therapy
7210 E 2nd St, Scottsdale, AZ 85251-5602
480-621-5358 – Website
Created by three friends that needed some rehabilitation of their own, Rehab Burger Therapy is a story about friends searching for that “good o’l day’s vibe” and finding it’s been right in front of them the whole time.
A story of fate and convictions that began back in 1994 when Denise, Ken, and Wiley were all recruited to nurture a fledgling pizza joint a block south of Rehab in Old Town Scottsdale.
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