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Shimogamo presents the best of Japanese dining experience to Chandler. We feature an engaging sushi bar and intimiate dining area for both families and couples. Our sushi menu is filled with dishes using premium quality ingredients, fined-tuned for those who are looking for unique and sophisticated fine Japanese dining. Our forté is not just sushi, but also the authentic yet approachable Izakaya-style kitchen items. Over the past two decades, Shimogamo has been serving our guests with a passion to deliver true Japanese flavors.
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Stone & Barrel features carefully-crafted foods, wood-fired pizza and beers, wines and now cocktails on tap that combine for a memorable experience unlike any other in the southeast Valley.Please note, Stone & Barrel is open to the public but is located within a gated community. The best way to get to Stone & Barrel is via one of our two public welcome gates; Riggs Road and EJ Robson Blvd (just west of Alma School) or Riggs Rd and Sun Lakes Blvd (East of I-10 exit).
• Southwest • Chandler
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Recipient of the coveted AAA Five Diamond Award and Forbes Five Star Award, Kai, meaning 'seed' in the Pima language, features a menu rich in creativity, history and Native American culture. Executive Chef Thomas Riordan incorporates the essence of the Pima and Maricopa tribes and locally farmed ingredients from the Gila River Indian Community to create unforgettable masterpieces. Appropriate dinner dress, such as formal wear and smart business-casual attire is encouraged for all of our guests. Activewear, bathing suits, graphic/logo t-shirts, hats, spandex and open toe shoes for men are not permitted. Distressed denim and shorts are not preferred. Thank you in advance for respecting this as an elegant and discerning adults-only fine dining environment, recommended for guests over the age of 13.
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Cuisine & Wine Bistro debuted in March 2015 when Fabrice and Mairead Buschtetz purchased the former MWC Bistro in Gilbert. While retaining a commitment to serving a variety of excellent wines, the couple broadened the menu allowing Fabrice’s creativity in the kitchen to tickle the taste buds of the restaurant’s growing and faithful clientele.The couple, who met in their teens in Fabrice’s native France, have owned and operated restaurants for most of their married life. They opened their first restaurant when Fabrice was 19 and Mairead was 20. His parents and grandparents had owned restaurants, so he was “born into it,” Mairead said. Their three children– sons, Steven and Killian, and daughter, Laura– and their daughters-in-law, Monica & Clementine, work for the bistro.