4 Special-Occasion Spots in Chandler

Editorial StaffNovember 9, 2022
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Check out these bucket-list eateries for your next birthday or anniversary.

Rawhide Western Town & Steakhouse. Photo by Melissa Valladares
Rawhide Western Town & Steakhouse. Photo by Melissa Valladares

Kai
Explore contemporary, seasonal spins on indigenous regional cuisine at Arizona’s only AAA Four Diamond, Forbes Five Star dining destination. Dinner only.
5594 W. Wild Horse Pass Blvd.
602-225-0100, wildhorsepassresort.com

Prime, a Shula’s Steakhouse
The filet mignon and rib-eye are luscious and smoky at this football-themed restaurant named after Hall of Fame coach Don Shula. Standard sides such as poached asparugus are pricey, but the wedge salad, generously topped with blue cheese and bacon, satisfies.
5040 W. Wild Horse Pass Blvd.
520-796-1972, playatgila.com

Hidden House
Tucked away behind the bustle of Chandler’s historic square, this gastropub is a gem, offering crowd-pleasing food, a terrific patio, cool bar and great cocktails.
159 W. Commonwealth Ave.
480-275-5525, hiddenhouseaz.com

Rawhide Western Town & Steakhouse
The Rawhide menu celebrates its Western roots through traditional cooking, true hungry-cowboy portions and the use of indigenous ingredients.
5700 W. North Loop Rd.
480-502-5600, rawhide.com

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