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About Permanently Closed - 5th and Wine
This restaurant is permanently closed. 5th and Wine – Scottsdale's favorite restaurant and wine lounge, located in the heart of Old Town Scottsdale. We pride ourselves on serving a wide array of simple, flavorful, food at moderate prices. Our atmosphere is comfortable, warm and equipped with an extensive wine bar, complete kitchen and fabulous dining space.
5th and Wine is perfect for stopping by during the day and ordering from our delicious lunch menu or come by after work, and check out our enticing Happy Hour. Our tantalizing options include bruschetta, calamari, strawberry gorgonzola salad, various Panini’s, sandwiches, entrees, or great 5th and Wine burger… don't forget to add bacon, and our chef's delicious daily features.
Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Daily: 11:00am - 4:00pm; Dinner: Monday - Wednesday: 4:00pm - 10:00pm, Thursday - Saturday: 4:00pm - 11:00pm, Sunday: 4:00pm - 8:30pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Live music every Thursday, Friday, & Saturday nights from 6:30pm - 9:30pm.
Looking for some flavorful food for your next event? 5th and Wine can drop off your favorite food or provide full-service catering.
There is an ample amount of parking on 5th Avenue, on Marshall Way, and in the public parking lot for the 5th Ave Shops just 50 yards away at 5th Ave & Goldwater
Free old town trolley stop outside our door.
Private Party Facilities:
5th and Wine has several areas to host your get together. A wine tasting in the living room, a business meeting or murder mystery dinner in the fountain room, or a wedding rehearsal dinner in our spacious courtyard. Options & opportunities are endless.
Private Party Contact:
Scott Yanni: (480) 699-8001
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Entertainment, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
5th and Wine - Permanently Closed Ratings and Reviews
We had a nice evening on the patio listening to Ivan play guitar and sing. The food was decent. One small issue - We ordered antipasto as a starter. The meat, cheese and olives were great. They served it with plain white bread that had been toasted. My wife said, "It's a crime to serve this bread with all this great cheese". She was right, we mentioned it to the server who told us their bread supplier didn't make a delivery that day. OK - then run to AJ's and get some decent bread or at least tell us when we are ordering so we could decide on something else. Other than that, It was a fun, enjoyable night, we would go back.
We had never been previously. Our biggest surprise, and a good one was that there is $20 bottles everyday. So that takes it down to a 1.5x markup.
The food was very good, between us we tried four items and the turkey sandwich was a big hit. The buffalo burger was the weakest of the dishes. The side Mac n cheese was very good.
We were very happy with our first visit to this restaurant. For a birthday celebration our family of 4 enjoyed the creative appetizers and unique entrees. The wine list was well stocked with options for both glass and full bottle choices. The music from the outdoor courtyard dining area added an upbeat ambiance to our experience. The atmosphere was casual yet trendy and made for a very enjoyable evening- we will return again soon.
We love the food and service, but starting the live music at 6:30 means 5th & Wine can boast, "We put the din in dinner."
Assuming you bring your earplugs, be sure to get the shrimp cocktail; the sauce is pretty jazzy. If you're there on Thursday the prime rib will keep you coming back. We also like the seasoned fries and the various salads. Don't pass up the ahi sunomono, either. The all-day happy hour is an excellent deal, too.
PROS: Great decor, the waiter was attentive and really pleasant, the wine prices were quite reasonable. The food was good, although I ordered a caprese salad for my main meal and it was more bread than salad. Since I didn't want to eat that much bread, I left hungry. My friend's chicken was ample and he liked it. CONS: The room was cold, the patio unavailable (reserved for a party), and though the place wasn't crowded, the acoustics were so noisy we could barely hear each other.
We went to 5th and Wine three times last week. On each occasion we thoroughly enjoyed the wines and starter dishes. Unfortunately on our last visit we requested a small cheese selection, similar to the cheeses that were on the Antipasto starter. We felt that the charge of $12;95 was exorbitant. It should have been half that.
It may be tough to find a last-minute special place for dining on a Saturday night in Old Town Scottsdale, but we got lucky with 5th and Wine. I made the reservations online through this site just three hours before and once we got to the restaurant, we were very pleased to be seated in the charming outdoor courtyard. We both ordered the salmon (I had the salad; my husband had the entree) and it was delicious, perfectly prepared and fresh. They also had a talented musician (singer and guitarist) playing laid-back songs and combined with the spectacular spring weather, it all made for a wonderful evening. We will definitely be back.
We make it a point to eat at 5th and Wine while in town for MLB Spring Training. The big draw is the Chicken Pot Pie. They are incredible. Check first to see which day they're serving them. I suggest reserving your order as they run out very, very quickly. The crust is perfect and the filling creamy and delicious. They're huge and not for the meek. Although you think you can't possibly finish a whole one -- you'll find that you can't stop eating it! We had a large party, they were very accommodating and helpful. Our waitress was attentive and sweet.
Decided to visit 5th and Wine for a date night, and chose the patio. You really can't beat old town in March, and the patio at 5th and Wine is perfect for getting outside. We didn't catch the live music (it was a Tuesday), but had a great time and the food and service were fantastic as usual. I definitely recommend trying out 5th and Wine if you haven't already.
This establishment was set up to accommodate wine tasters and dinners and the two goals, setting wise, did not mix. The food menu was minimally varied, I having the sea bass which was quite good. Two members of our party had mussels, half of which were thrown out because they were not open. The management pleasantly replaced them with apologies and the next batch contained the same unopened proportion. The room was noisy, poor acoustically and lacked welcoming warmth. I have to say the management and service staff were very congenial and tried everything to please. The place however failed in that attempt to match their efforts.
We love this place. This was the 3rd time we have been here and we love the food and the outdoor patio. The burbon salmon is amazing and the cheese plate was delicious! My husband really liked his burger too. We love the live music on the weekend too, although it can be a little loud sometimes. Overall this is one of our new favorite places!!
This was my 2nd time dining at 5th & Wine, lunch was better than dinner. I had to send my steak back, when it came back all the veggies were gone. Server was very good, atmosphere and wine list were very good. Maybe I'll stick with the burger, it was AWESOME!!
BTW, patio is dog friendly, I would say too friendly, dogs sitting on chairs eating off tables. Maybe they should think about the folks that dont want to dine with dogs. Just sayin...
We are visitors to Scottsdale looking for an interesting bar/restaurant to spend an evening. Absolutely perfect. Food was outstanding, ambience perfect and our waitress, Heather, a delight. Can't ask for anything more. Hopefully, we will be back. Emmy Williams ( for Jim Bain)
This was my second full meal at the restaurant and I have to say I was disappointed. I had the Chicken Picata (over cooked and sitting in a watery lemon broth) and my girlfriend had the pesto chicken pasta. I had this dish previously and it was fairly good, but this time it was unbelievably salty. I was also disappointed with the size of the wine pours (on our first visit we simply bought a bottle so didn't experience this). Maybe it's because I had recently visited Dominick's, where each glass of wine is a 1/3 bottle, but that not withstanding, the pours were still much smaller than typically received around town. Other than the wine I'm hoping it was just an off night for them, but it will definitely make me think twice before returning.
We were in town for the Fiesta Bowl and we had a big group that needed a last minute reservation (15 to start but we ended up with 10). 5th and Wine was able to accommodate us and even asked ahead of time if they could split the checks for us. Huge plus since some places pitch fits about splitting. Everyone loved their food - I had the chicken pesto pasta (delish) and others raved about the hummus and the meatloaf. Also had the 667 Pinot Noir which was very good. It was a great start to our night in Scottsdale!
We were very excited to try 5th and Wine based on other reviews, but left disappointed. The wine list was largely domestic, and we prefer Italian/French. They were out of the French Pinot Noir and the Italian was just okay. The food was really where we were let down; my mom ordered chicken pot pie, which came with no chicken, in a bowl, with no side dish for around $15. I ordered chicken picatta, which was extremely overcooked. We skipped dessert and left. Had the food been better, the experience would've been much more memorable. The server recommended everything on the menu ... and we weren't impressed with the recommendations.
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