In the pantheon of pricey Valley steakhouses, this sleek new contender from the Cold Beer & Cheeseburgers Crew falls a bit short of top shelf.
For those of us who don’t light our cigars with $10 bills, a night out at a high-end steak restaurant is a splurge reserved for special occasions. We know up front we’ll be shelling out at least $100 for two steaks. Factor in appetizers, sides, wine and dessert – not to mention tax and tip – and we’ve reached the $300 threshold at breakneck speed.
Clasp your cufflinks and polish your pearls – PHOENIX magazine's black-tie salute to the best in Valley dining is back for 2016. Warning: The contents of this feature may result in food comas and uncontrollable grazing.
2015 Best New Restaurants
Our annual highlight reel of metro Phoenix’s most damnably delicious new restaurants. ...
50 Best AZ Restaurants
We ate. Then we drove. Then we ate some more. ...
75 Best Dishes in the Valley
The most iconic. The most creative. The best specimen of a beloved breed. ...
Valley BBQ & Summer Food Guide
We profile the Valley’s exploding craft barbecue scene, from the blue-ribbon brisket at Little Miss BBQ to messy-good upstarts like Pork on a Fork. Dig in! ...
DeSoto Central Market
Gourmet cafeteria dishes eclectic eats and communual noshing in Downtown Phoenix. ...