Monday, May 18, 2015

Arizona Restaurant Week: Some Favorites


Hundreds of Valley restaurants are partaking in the weeklong celebration of deliciousness known as Arizona Restaurant Week, September 19 -28. Many of Scottsdale’s most acclaimed restaurants will be serving up decadent dishes. Venture out to try some of this city’s most notable eateries, including Cowboy Ciao, Relish Burger Bistro, Beckett’s Table, Kazimierz World Wine Bar, Second Story Liquor Bar, Posh, Culinary Dropout and many more.

How does a bruschetta duet with wild boar bacon jam and gorgonzola, peperonata & mascarpone, sherry reduction sound to you? This is what you’ll find on the menu at Cowboy Ciao. And that’s just the appetizer! Choose from filet mingon, pork tenderloin or seared swordfish for your entrée. Don’t forget the chocolate budino to end a fabulous dinner! This is a meal to be remembered for days, dare we say months.

For an exciting and tantalizing spin on the traditional burger, make your way over to Relish Burger Bistro at The Phoenician. Prepare for the main course by sinking your teeth into the corn on the cob or fried oyster rockefeller sliders . Now for the beloved burger – the “Cob Burger” is a kobe burger topped with avocado, bacon, fried egg, maytag blue cheese, chive, roasted jalapeno ranch, tomato and crispy iceberg lettuce. served on a fresh baked baguette bun is packed with fresh and flavorful ingredients. Check out the menu to see what’s in store for dessert!

Chef Justin Beckett dishes up some delicious comfort food in this cozy setting at Beckett’s Table. Locally sourced food means that a fresh plate awaits you. Start off with a fire roasted tomato and red bell pepper soup, with super sweet corn. Then make your way into the main meal with your choice of chicken pot pie, tender pork osso buco confit, pan seared Hawaiian pink snapper or summer corn risotto.

Restaurants and menus are being added daily. Make sure to check out the full list here, and don’t forget to come hungry!

from Official Travel Site for Scottsdale, Arizona |

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