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About Province Urban Kitchen & Bar
Province Urban Kitchen & Bar, located at the corner of Central and Van Buren in downtown Phoenix, is a modern American restaurant with cuisine inspired by traditional dishes and seasonally fresh ingredients.
Province Urban Kitchen & Bar has a large focus on Craft Beer, and rotates 16 craft draft taps frequently to ensure that we are able to showcase the best of what Arizona & the region has to offer.
Visit us at Province to enjoy breakfast, lunch, brunch, happy hour or dinner any day of the week. Or simply join us for a handcrafted cocktail at the bar, or a local craft brew on the patio. We look forward to seeing you soon!
Phoenix, AZ 85004
American, Contemporary American, Comfort Food
Hours of Operation:
Mon–Fri 6:00 am–11:00 am
Sat, Sun 7:00 am–2:00 pm
Mon–Fri 11:00 am–2:00 pm
Daily 2:00 pm–11:00 pm
Daily 4:00 pm–10:00 pm
Van Buren and Central
$30 and under
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Evade Predictability. Come to Province to plan your next great party, where the food, service and setting combine to make your event exceptional in every way. Clean lines with modern edges make this a perfect choice for any business or social event. Our menus will please your guests, and we will please you with every attention to detail. The entire restaurant may also be available for larger private events. Please contact: Melissa Balthazor at Melissa.Balthazor@westin.com
Valet parking is offered for every meal period. The Valet desk is located on Central Avenue just twenty feet north of Van Buren. Valet parking is complimentary during the first three hours. Arrangements can be made for extended parking if you are planning on attending a Theater Production or Sporting Event.
Adjacent to Phoenix Metro Lightrail - Van Buren and 1st Ave (Southbound) or Van Buren and 1st St (Northbound) stops.
Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Counter Seating, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
We have three options for more intimate dining experiences that allow you to create a more private event for your guests.
Province Urban Kitchen & Bar Ratings and Reviews
The service was excellent. Our appetizers were tasty..my husband got the tortilla soup and watermelon salad and I got the downtown salad. Our entrees however were just about inedible. We both ordered the filet by recommendation of our server. It took about 30 minutes, was cold and 3/4 fat. The cauliflower patty the steak sat on had good flavor but both our steaks were terrible.
First time diner at this restaurant. Staff was friendly, attentive and personable. We went for an early dinner pre-theatre. I did not care too much for the beer/cheese fondue appetizer. The bread they served with the appetizer was great, however I was not a fan of the particular cheese in the fondue. Our order consisted of the Trout and the Sea Bass. Both excellent choices. Drink pours from the bar were generous. I noticed an ample amount of seating outside and I will be back to take advantage another time.
We have eaten here before and have always enjoyed it, so we were comfortable reserving it for a dinner post-theater with friends on New Years Eve. They had a pre fixe menu, but were happy to let us order off the regular menu. We weren't hungry enough for the amount of food on the pre fixe. We were very happy with all of our selections. Our waiter and all staff were very attentive. The environment was not too noisy and was very conducive to conversation. The fondue appetizer was delicious, and I would recommend that. Two of us ordered the trout, and it was prepared perfectly, very good. One of us ordered the sea bass and was very pleased. My husband and I shared the rice pudding for dessert, which was quite a substantial portion, and I would say the pudding was fine, but will probably not order that again. All in all, a very good choice for dinner after a show in downtown Phoenix and will still recommend Province to others and will be returning.
I was disappointed with the lack of any side items on the current menu. I don't always want to eat a full meal and prefer just a couple of sides that can be shared.
Went to the bar later in the evening and the service in the bar seating area left much to be desired, which is very unusual for Province. At one point there were 4 people behind the bar but no one was waiting on the customers sitting at the tables.
On a Monday evening the restaurant was very slow. That didn't make the service any better.
Disappointed in the entrees both my wife and I had. My wife had overcooked chicken and I had scallops that were OK, but the rest of the accompaniments were very overcooked.
We did start with salmon cakes for an appetizer. These were very good.
Hard to recommend Province Urban Kitchen.
My only complaint was seating. We were the only people there when we got there n we put at a table for 2 which was fine except I sat staring at a wall. There were other 2's that were set at table for 4. Restaurant was not full the time we were there. We should have asked for a different table.
Finding a restaurant that is part of the Weston Hotel should identify this in directions. It is definitely hidden. I was surprised they have been here 8 years. Typifies hotel food. Fresh, adequate ,minimally seasoned and flavorful .
The best part was the lovely outside seating.
The meal was wonderful and the ambiance was great. We stayed a couple of hours and never felt rushed. We were there for a business meal which included some discussion so not being rushed was appreciated. The food was tasty. The only miss was the flautas - they seemed to need some additional sauce or flavor. Everything else was excellent.
We were appalled at the huge price and small portions. For an appetiser, we ordered fried green tomatoes for $8. We expected to get 6-8 pieces. We got TWO thin sliced. Then they brought bread to the table, once again, two thin sliced of sourdough with butter. For dinner my husband ordered chicken. It was the size of a cornished Jen and was just a puny leg and thigh with a few small slices of the breast. It came with a herbal rice. That's it for $24. I ordered some short ribs. I got 5 2x2" slices on top of some creamed corn. For $28!!! Needless to say we left hungry and went to Hard Rock Cafe and paid $25 more and ate well.
So pretty much a stale experience. The waiter was good. Nothing too spectacular or engaging. The place was very empty with horrendous dance music playing non stop and loud. The food left much to be desired. Overall I wouldn't recommend it and won't be going back.
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