Newcomers’ Guide to the Top Trendy Old Town Scottsdale Eateries

Editorial StaffNovember 8, 2022
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Eat, drink and snap a selfie at these chic Scottsdale spots.

Maple & Ash. Photo by Rob Ballard
Maple & Ash. Photo by Rob Ballard

Diego Pops
Expect tacos and bowls, appetizers and salads. Try one of more than 30 tequilas that range in price from $7 to $80 a shot.
4338 N. Scottsdale Rd.
480-970-1007, diegopops.com

Farm & Craft
This great-looking “farm-to-table” eatery excels at the breakfast sandwich and a fleet of sides. The indoor-outdoor bar is gorgeous.
4302 N. Scottsdale Rd.
480-568-8980, ilovefarmandcraft.com

Maple & Ash
Scottsdale scenesters love this gorgeous steakhouse offering caviar, an oven-roasted seafood tower and tons of steak, including a 40-ounce porterhouse that will set you back $175. Seriously strong cocktails, too.
7135 E. Camelback Rd.
480-400-8888, mapleandash.com

This article first appeared in the 2023 City Guide, published by PHOENIX magazine in November 2022.

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