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Bourbon Steak7575 E. Princess Dr., Scottsdale, AZ 85255
James Beard award winner Michael Mina is behind this national steakhouse concept with an outpost in Scottsdale's Princess Fairmont hotel. Mina's modern American steakhouse aims to offer a timeless dining experience with local and seasonal ingredients.
It should come as no surprise that the Phoenix outpost for Ocean Prime has received a number of accolades from local media. The modern American restaurant and lounge is a concept from renowned restaurateur Cameron Mitchell. Visitors who stay at the J.W. Marriott Resort will be thrilled that it's directly across the street.
Donovan's Steak and Chop House
Donovan's Steak and Chop House boasts three locations: in La Jolla, Phoenix and San Diego. It aims to set the standard of fine-dining excellence with a classic steakhouse setting that attracts an upscale business crowd.
Morton's The Steakhouse
Most modern steakhouses owe their existence to Morton's, which aptly blends classic steak cuts with contemporary accents in its many offshoots. Guests enjoy such popular features as USDA prime aged ribeye and bone-in veal chops, succulent fish and fresh seafood. The Scottsdale outpost is located in Kierland Commons, considered one of the nation's top urban lifestyle centers with a sophisticated mix of shopping, dining and entertainment experiences for locals and upscale visitors.
Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar4 locations in Phoenix / Scottsdale
Most premium steakhouses thrive on offering diners the best cuts of meat and wine choices. Fleming's aims to take that move one step further with 100 wines by the glass--which are all personally selected by the restaurant's wine director. That's a great idea for those who don't want to commit to a bottle and want to sample different wines throughout dinner.
What sets Dominick's Steakhouse apart from other steakhouses--especially in the Scottsdale area--is that its rooftop poolside dining room offers radiant heating at every table. That includes trees designed with Tivoli lights, opening to the starry nighttime sky. This, of course, sets the mood for a romantic night out for certain, and it doesn't hurt that the menu features updated steakhouse fare.
Cholla Prime Steakhouse
One of six eateries on premises of Casino Arizona, Cholla Prime Steakhouse serves as a classic, upscale offering. Starters, ranging from chorizo-stuffed dates to crab-stuffed shrimp, are ideal for sharing and set the tone for a nice dining experience.
Mastro's City Hall Steakhouse3 locations in Phoenix / Scottsdale
The famed West Coast steakhouse chain boasts a number of locations throughout the country. In addition to this well-heeled Scottsdale destination, outposts can be found in Chicago, New York and Las Vegas. Mastro's Steakhouse is considered a hot commodity for upscale date nights and business-related gatherings, and most locations offer a classic steakhouse experience with ample room.
Don & Charlie's
Don & Charlie's partner Don Carson got the inspiration for his restaurant from his childhood days living in Chicago. There, his family frequented Sally’s and Miller’s Steak House--both known for prime steaks, ribs and chicken in the Windy City.
Ruth’s Chris Steak House
There's plenty to do in the vicinity of this Arizona outpost. It's located within walking distance of McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park and McCormick Ranch Golf Club, as well as it's located a few minutes drive from Salt River Fields at Talking Stick, Old Town Scottsdale and Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts.
Part of the Hillside Restaurant Group with locations in Brentwood and Sacramento, Calif. as well as Chicago, Bandera positions itself as a casual neighborhood eatery. This Arizona outpost is located in the heart of the charming Old Town area and boasts the signature exhibition "kitchen in the round," which lets the preparation of every plate take center stage.
Award-winning and internationally renown chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten is behind this Scottsdale steakhouse in the Phoenician Resort & Spa. The property is a five-star luxury resort so it shouldn't come as a surprise that such a talented chef would come aboard.
There's so much history beyond the opulent, copper doors of The Stockyards since its humble beginnings in the late 1940s. Once adjacent to the largest feedlot in the world, the restaurant is a living history museum that documents Arizona's cattle industry with historical photos and a Western Art collection.