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About Frank & Alberts
Inspired by the passion of two famed architects, Frank Lloyd Wright and Albert Chase McArthur, FRANK & ALBERT’S features a pure contemporary version of comfortable classics. Using a host of ingredients from local growers, the chefs have infused a healthier element to some very nostalgic dishes.
Dinner specialties such as Braised Short Ribs with Red Pepper Polenta and Crispy Salmon share billing with classic comfort food like Ketchup Glazed Meatloaf.
Lunch offerings include a variety of soups, salads, pizzas, Arizona comfort foods and daily specials.
2400 E. Missouri
Phoenix, AZ 85016
American, Southwest, Comfort Food
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast 7am - 11am Monday - Friday; 7:30 am - 11:00 am Saturday-Sunday
Lunch 11am -5pm
Dinner 5pm - 10pm
Bar 11am - 11pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, MasterCard, Visa
(602) 955-6600 ext. 2808
Complimentary Valet service is offered to all Frank and Albert's diners.
Private Party Facilities:
Frank and Albert’s offers 2 beautiful private dining areas. Frank and Albert’s Private Dining Room that seats up to 12 guests. This room is perfect for small board meetings and small sized private meals.
Sunroom is another area that seats up to 45 guests. This room features classic Frank Lloyd Wright design with centrally located fireplace feature.
For dining groups that are greater than 45 attendees, we offer accomodations on our award winning patio with capacity of 200 seats.
Private Party Contact:
Vivianna D'Ambrosio: (605) 955-6600 ext. 2740
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cafe, Chef's Table, Cigar Room, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Frank & Alberts Ratings and Reviews
Ate here for the TG holiday. I always give folks a pass on the holiday, so giving it 3 stars, not 2. Not up to Waldorf snuff. Food was ok. The tortilla soup was good, but it came out 20 minutes earlier than my husband's soup.
Did the buffet for the holiday. Food was decent but was barely warm. Our waiter came by often but never cleared any plates. He kept rushing us to the buffet, trying to get us to get our mains before we got our soup, etc.
we had our menus and two courses finished with plates still on the table. He asked it he could drop the bill when my husband ordered coffee. When he brought the coffee, he told us it was the last cup and he was brewing another and he could get us to go cups with the fresh batch. The stale cup was full of coffee grounds. We were so disappointed, we just tabbed out and left since he kept hurrying us.
Was a $230 tab for fixed price meal, wine, coffee and auto-grat.
Was disappointed because it was also our anniversary.
We frequent this restaurant while staying at the Biltmore for vacation. The menu has changed since we were there three years ago and is now very inventive while keeping our favorites (the meatloaf w/mashed). Also there is the ability to downsize the portions which is highly desirable when on vacation so that there are no leftovers.I️ love the new salads and the wine list is very good. Very friendly staff...we love staying at the Biltmore!!
Outdoor seating was very enjoyable. However, staff was mediocre at best (seemed distracted and aloof) and between the cold salmon dish and dirty glasses I can't give this place more than 3 stars. And 3 because of the outdoor seating. Not at all what I expected from a Waldorf hotel, quite disappointing.
We have visited the Arizona Biltmore three times and hope to return soon. Frank and Alberts is one of two restaurants on site. Wrights is the higher end dining experience and F&A is the cafe. Breakfasts feature a very nice buffet or excellent off-the-menu options. We have had dinner there 3 times now, twice for fast options like salads and flatbread pizzas. Both times they exceeded our expectations in terms of service and meal quality. Our last dinner we had apps and entrees. Our party of four all chose different entrees and every one was excellent. Our server was delightful and attentive and even bought us dessert. It was a lovely meal and we can't wait to return to the Biltmore to enjoy Frank and Alberts again.
The menu made the food sound more appealing than it was. The food was good, but not stellar. The burgers and tortilla soup were quite good, the caesar salad was pretty good, and the churro bowl was disappointing. The service, however, was amazing - the waiter was there when we needed him but not the least bit intrusive. I would probably come here again.
The new menu is amazing as we are staying at the resort we have been doing either breakfast lunch or dinner, all great and excellent. A lot of new dishes on all menus. Just beware lots of nuts which if you have an epipen as I do you have to be on the look out!! They can adapt very well their dishes so no worries :0)
A great place to check out and the service is also awesome, they do remember you ,
The best place in the restaurant is the back room with a fire place, or outside as well small private room . All amazing... do check it out all worth it!!
Typically food items at this restaurant are well prepared and very good, so I was disappointed that my burger, which was to be cooked medium, actually arrived well done. If we hadn't waited so long for our food to arrive I would have sent it back and had one made as ordered.
We were eating early in the evening, so there were only a few diners in the restaurant. Some dishes were fine, but my steak was overdone (asked for medium rare it came medium). I did not send it back. My "house special" au gratin potatoes were very cool in the center and gelatinous - not very appetizing. The waitress was great and replace with potatoes with an order of fries which were quite good. Not an acceptable experience from Waldorf Astoria / Hilton restaurant.
The property itself was amazing with many Frank Lloyd Wright features and design.
Celebrating a relative's 80th Birthday. Five of us from five different servers at five different times checked the menu via the F&A website. Buffet on Saturday & Sunday served until 4PM...NOPE - only until Noon. So with a 2PM reservation, we were already too late.
Food was good, but unfortunately did not make up for the horrendous service. Drinks not refilled without having to ask. Proper serveware not provided for shared dishes (again, had to ask). Just a complete lack of care & attention.
Not what I was expecting from The Biltmore, Waldorf-Astoria, or the Hilton brand.
Frank & Albert's is the more accessible restaurant of the Arizona Biltmore resort, but there is nothing "entry level" about the cuisine.
We have dined here before on previous stays, and the fact that you still discover something new on every stop, with an underlying sense of familiarity, makes it a bell-weather for our visits here.
Always a good meal and a good time.
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