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Once called “the epicenter of creative Arizona cuisine” by Food & Wine Magazine, and named "Best New Restaurant" by nearly every major Metro Phoenix publication after its 2009 debut, FnB continues to receive acclaim both locally and beyond for richly flavored, globally accented seasonal menus, continually showcasing the best of Arizona's abundant farming and agricultural community. Over the years FnB has also been highlighted in the New York Times, Travel + Leisure, Forbes, Gourmet, and more.

Tucked inside the charming and historic Craftsman Court in the heart of downtown Scottsdale, FnB owes its praise and passion to owners Charleen Badman and Pavle Milic. Milic helped FnB earn early national recognition by curating the first exclusively-Arizona wine list, perfectly complimenting Charleen’s thoughtful, locally-inspired cooking. Today, Milic himself is Arizona winemaker, and FnB also offers the "Plan B" --a broad, interesting list of domestic and global wines.
Dining Style
Casual Dining
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American, Contemporary American, Vegetarian / Vegan
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Hours of operation
Tue–Sat 5:00 pm–10:00 pm
Sun 5:00 pm–9:00 pm
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Phone number
(480) 284-4777
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Payment options
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
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Dress code
Casual Dress
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Executive chef
Charleen Badman
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Private party contact
Marianne Belardi : (480) 200-5572
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Limited and case specific. Please e-mail your inquiry to: fnbarizona@gmail.com
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Cross street
Scottsdale Rd
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Parking details
In addition to nearby street parking (5th Ave, Craftsman Court, Marshall Way...), there is a five-level free, public parking structure located directly behind the restaurant. It is accessible from either Goldwater Blvd. or Scottsdale Road, with entrances on both 3rd Ave and 5th Ave.
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Public transit
The Downtown Scottsdale trolley and Resort trolley stop near our Kiva Center location at 5th Ave & Craftsman Court regularly throughout the day and evening.
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When Architect T. S. Montgomery designed Craftsman Court in 1955, the complex included demonstration craft studios, art galleries and offices. Art is still created there today-- Culinary Art. FnB occupies a former working glass studio; the original designs transformed into decorative lighting. It’s a fitting home for Chef Charleen Badman; her reverence for local, seasonal ingredients, skill at combining unusual flavors, and passion for small details elevate food to art; paired with beverage selections and genuine hospitality by GM Pavle Milic, also a local winemaker. Milic & Badman grew FnB into a nationally recognized local dining gem soon after opening in 2009, and wanted both craft sensibility and urban-chic in their relocation. Serendipitously, Milic parked nearby one day; he was lured by the sign and upon entering, taken by the ceiling height windows. “It's special; it has quirks and personality. It's just perfect for us.”
Banquet, Beer, Cafe, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine