10Best Scottsdale, AZ Restaurants
In downtown Scottsdale you'll find more than 80 restaurants and nightclubs nestled in five easy to navigate, pedestrian-friendly Scottsdale neighborhoods.
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New & Notable Scottsdale Restaurants
Hot, new Scottsdale restaurants & notable dining experiences you shouldn't miss.
Pizza lovers have a new place to enjoy gourmet pizza while visiting Scottsdale. Il Capo Pizzeria is a family-owned Italian restaurant that specializes in handmade pasta, made-from-scratch mozzarella and wood-fired pizzas. Behind the bar, there's a small but well-curated selection of local craft beers and Arizona wine. The drink menu also features fresh fruit-infused prosecco wine coolers. Read more »All New & Notable Scottsdale Restaurants »
One of the most anticipated new restaurants in Scottsdale this spring is Paul Martin's American Grill, a casual eatery where the kitchen philosophy is "seasonal and delicious." The new Scottsdale location marks the Arizona debut for the popular California-based restaurant chain, which uses flat-top and mesquite grills to create mouth-watering signature dishes like chimichurri chicken, fish tacos, marinated skirt steak and swordfish. Read more »All New & Notable Scottsdale Restaurants »
About Scottsdale, AZ Restaurants
Scottsdale is home to more than 600 restaurants, making this upscale desert city one of the country's top foodie destinations. No matter what type of cuisine you're craving, the city boasts an impressive roster of restaurants, eateries, gastropubs, and cafes specializing in regional and global specialties. Acclaimed chefs, culinary invention, bold Southwestern flavors and some of the best al fresco dining in the country come together in Scottsdale for a truly unique and exceptional dining scene. The city is also home to a campus of the world renowned Le Cordon Bleu culinary arts program, which means Scottsdale is blessed with a steady supply of young, energetic chefs ready to leave their mark on the local restaurant scene.
- Scottsdale Expert Patricia Escarcega