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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
The patio is a perfect spot for dinner or drinks. The dining room was crowded and loud - we had requested to move seats outdoors and our group was so happy we did. The patio was a lovely setting with a great ambiance. At times we felt we were forgotten by the server - but we weren't in a rush, so it all worked out.
Service was slow. We waited at least 15 min to even be greeted by a server and that was after we contacted a manager. Food was really good and the patio is a great setting. Just a little surprising that it took nearly 30 min to get our first drink before dinner.
Overall outstanding place for lunch, cocktails and dinner. We have celebrated Valentines, Thanksgiving and Christmas over the past couple of years. We have always had a nice experience for these special celebrations. Some of the waitstaff remember us by name and one sent us a gift of chocolates the day after we were served by her. We recently had only had one undesirable interaction with a waiter which is probably just odds and human nature catching up with us. When we shared our concern with a manager, he gave us a $100 food credit which we appreciated very much. We will come back to dine here whenever possible.
Have been to Frank and Alberts before with a good experience, this time , for Christmas dinner, not so much. Had to go to hostess table to get a server to come to us. Not even a greeting from a server for 10 minutes or more... buffet was marginal. For the price per person, it should have been at least close to exceptional. Dissapointing tonight.
We decided to eat here after flying across Country and checking into the Waldorf. The restaurant was slow and got much busier then we think they had planned for. Our food came out before the kitchen got really busy and the pizza and salad were both excellent. The services was friendly and attentive early and friendly and apologetic later when the restaurant got busier. We did not see anyone that resembled a manager pitching in to help out.
The ambiance of the Waldorf Astoria is wonderful. We chose to eat outside at Frank & Alberts. That was our mistake. The seat cushions were dirty and dusty, and the birds were more than annoying. It probably wouldn't have been so bad if our server had been more attentive to our table as well as the table next to us. The gentleman dining alone had to move his finished plate away from himself, because the birds were trying to get to it. When the server still didn't remove the plate and birds started showing up in swarms - think Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds - he got up picked up the plate himself and moved in into the covered area of the patio away from our tables. Our server came to our table only twice and that included the time she took our order and then to give us our bill. Neve received water refills or checked on to see if we needed anything else or if our meals were satisfactory. Thankfully they were. Also, the buffet is the best value if you are looking for a basic omelet/egg breakfast.
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 went of the Thanksgiving "prix fixe" buffet and were not disappointed. While a more casual set up, the food was still excellent as was the service "Z" was amazing and made us feel at home. And the desserts!!! Worth NOT having a second helping (hard to pass up the buttermilk mashed potatoes) and loading up a full-sized plate with all the sweet goodies. A great place, in a great location, on a great day.
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.
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