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About Caffe Boa - Phoenix
Located in Phoenix(Ahwatukee), Arizona,.. Caffe Boa of Phoenix is a local gem with a flair for Southwestern flavors. There is a lively, bistro atmosphere and patio seating year round. The kitchen of Caffe Boa is seasonally-driven and serves only dishes with the freshest ingredients. Its menu changes often and features many chef specialties.
Start a meal at Caffe Boa of Ahwatukee with one of the classic antipasti, such as fried calamari or bruschetta. Larger dishes include house made ravioli, spaghetti with homemade meatballs, diver scallops seared and tossed with fettuccine, beef medallions and fresh grilled wild-caught Alaskan salmon.
Phoenix, AZ 85044
Farm-to-table, Mediterranean, Organic
Hours of Operation:
Sunday: 5:00 pm-9:00 pm
Monday- Thursday: 11:00 am-10:00 pm
Saturday: 5:00 pm-10:00 pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Caffe Boa offers Live Guitarist/vocalist sounds on selected evenings, typically on Friday/Saturday evenings, from 7:00pm-10:00pm.
Caffe Boa specializes in all styles of Catering, whether it’s for your Wedding, Business event or at your home, any size event, so call or email us today and let us take care of your every need.
Large Parking Lot area
Executive Chef Martin Viana
Bar Dining, Beer, Cafe, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Caffe Boa - Phoenix Ratings and Reviews
Hadn't been to Cafe Boa in a long time. Went out with friends for dinner. Food was very mediocre. Also we all felt that the waiter, who was also the bartender, was hurried. Did not get the feeling that anyone really cared to make this a fun and/or memorable experience.
Have eaten at Cafe Boa several times and have never been disappointed . Casual ,intimate place with excellent pasta options. Specials appear to always include several fish options and steak. The calamari appetizer was big enough for sharing and was perfectly cooked with a delicious spicy marinara for dipping. The mushroom ravioli and the Bolognese pasta entrees were equally wonderful. Finished with the dessert special..not usually a bread pudding fan but can never go wrong with chocolate ( it was so good am reconsidering bread pudding as a dessert option). Luckily for take home boxes or would have waddled out of there! Our waiter was attentive despite being very busy.
I went with my wife and another couple after our friends asked us to find a place with a patio. I've eaten here before and enjoyed my meal inside but never the patio. We had a great Long Island Ice Tea at the bar while we waited for our friends. We really enjoyed dinner on the patio and it's very private and enclosed. I had the Lasagna which I highly recommend. The portion is almost big enough to split so I gave a taste to everyone at my table. Everyone thought it was fantastic and on a cool night, the patio is the place to share dinner with a few friends.
Went for dinner on Mother's Day with my husband and daughter. We opted to sit outside but almost immediately regretted the decision- the misters were spraying and dripping directly onto us from above our table and the water fountain was splashing the chair closest to it. They moved us to another table but still drippy. They finally turned the misters off when other tables also complained. Given that it was a holiday, we assumed they would be staffed accordingly. We waited over 15 minutes to even be greeted- and that was because my husband went back to the hostess stand to ask. The whole meal was unnecessarily slow- they were clearly WAY understaffed for the evening. They brought me a complimentary glass of wine to apologize for how long everything took- which was nice, but I was driving and I didn't really want to drink it. They gave me a dried out rose at the end of the night too. I would've rather see them focus on getting us a quality meal in a timely manner versus running around handing out flowers. We've dined here before and enjoyed it, but this makes us question if we'd go back. Other tables around us flat out left because their meals were taking so long- but we didn't really have the luxury of waiting for a table somewhere else because we had our kiddo with us. Overall it spoiled the specialness of the day for me.
I'm a new resident, having lived here several years ago, and was delighted to know that caffé boa was still in operation. It was Mother's Day and I met my daughter for dinner and we had a lovely time , food was wonderful as always and we were each presented w a rose upon leaving.
Mother's Day and the kitchen was short staffed. Reservation was at 12:45 and yet we didn't get our food until after 2:00 PM. One other time that we went to Caffe Boa, a similar thing happened. There were many upset diners last Sunday. We had to miss the movie that we planned on seeing. they need to figure out their staffing issues. The crew working was working hard and trying their best, but they were put into a bad situation.
We thought this was the same restaurant as the Cafe Boa in downtown Tempe...it is not. Does that disappoint us? No. It is just a different menu. We REALLY enjoyed our lunch experience here. Our server was very helpful and had a pleasant and clever personality....personable.
I like their patio dining. I have no idea what it would be like to sit inside, as far as noise goes. The patio is completely enclosed from the parking lot by vines. So you are not looking out at a parking lot and cars. I really like that a lot. I had the bowtie pasta and it was outstanding. My daughter had the gnocchi, and it was also outstanding. I am looking forward to taking my husband there now. It feels quite neighborly and "local". It is a bit of a drive for us, but...that is fine. So happy we went there!
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