Restaurants in Scottsdale

Tips on where to dine in Scottsdale

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Date night in Scottsdale can be as simple as a glass of wine and appetizers on an outdoor patio with a view or fine dining in what we consider one of Scottsdale’s most romantic eateries. If the latter fits the bill you can’t go wrong with reservations at Monarch.

1. Magical ambiance

You simply must request a table on the patio when you make your reservations. Sure, there are candles and fresh flowers on each table, but there’s also much more to Monarch’s magical ambiance. From the twinkle lights strung overhead to the lanterns casting a soft glow, it’s like dining in “fairyland” as one Yelp reviewer put it. Then, the tables are spaced so that conversations remain private. The attention to detail in the design of the patio is impeccable.


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Originally, sushi was nasty; really, really nasty. Three times the size of today’s rolls, it contained fish stuffed into smelly, fermented rice. The rice wasn’t eaten but thrown away.

Somewhere along the line someone got the idea to make the treat smaller, sort of a fast-food item, so they stopped fermenting the rice to speed up its preparation. It’s a rare person that doesn’t enjoy today’s sushi. Here in Scottsdale we are fortunate to have a number of amazing sushi restaurants.

Nori Sushi Scottsdale

Pull up a stool at the sushi bar and dig in to the tempura roll, lobster roll and Las Vegas roll. Save room for desert, though, because you must try the green tea waffle with vanilla ice cream. Nori Sushi gets 4.5 stars from its 89 Yelp

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I recently got to thinking how pooch-crazy Scottsdale  residents are becoming. We have friends that take their dogs with them everywhere, even to work, and these aren’t just the little pocket-type dogs either.

Sure there are a lot of places around town you can’t take a dog, unless it’s an assistance dog, but a number of restaurants around Scottsdale are quite accommodating to pets on their patios.

Of course space prohibits listing all of the city’s eateries that allow pets on the patio, but we think this list includes some of the most popular. By the way, call ahead to ensure their pet policy hasn’t changed.

Bevvy - 4420 N Saddlebag Trl.

Boondocks Patio and Grill - 4341 N 75th St.

Brat Haus - 3622 N Scottsdale Rd.

Chez Vous Crepes -

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