Great service and food. The resort looks incredible.
Dennis needs a big raise. The filet made me feel like a beast.
I love everything about this place amazing fresh food and gorgeous ambiance. The staff is top notch
We had the beef tenderloin and it was amazing!!!!!!!!
Our bartender who served our wine was great. Unfortunately, everything went downhill after that. If you decide to sit outside, don’t sit at the farthest table as you’ll have car lights in your eyes. Our server forgot to turn in our order, what else can I say. Mine, the scallops were cold. My husband’s the lamb was warm, and he found it delicious. We gave it two thumbs down and won’t be returning. We live up the street.
The four of us had a very nice dinner. Can’t recall the appetizers, but they were good. Two of us had the scallops and the other two had the rack of lamb. Everything was excellent.
I was very disappointed with my dining experience. While the servers were pleasant, the ambiance lacked warmth and for a resort that hasn't been open long, it seemed to be somewhat run down. Many of the small octagonal turquoise floor tiles were chipped with pieces missing. The tables were without table linens, lending them to a rather cheap appearance. The coffee mugs were just plain mugs like you would find at home. When you take someone for a special birthday meal and pay $19 for a French dip sandwich, you expect more. I felt like we were in a casual cafe. I will say the wall wrap (marble?) around the kitchen area was beautiful and my veggie burger was very good. I worked in hospitality for years and it is the little touches that make a dining experience a cut above. We won't be returning to Hearth 61, nor recommending it to others, but I do want to recognize your valet staff who were delightful. One question upon closing, have YOU ever driven in from the side street and tried to get into the valet line in front of the restaurant? It is really difficult to maneuver your car. Mine is quite small, but I can't imagine a larger car like a Bentley or Cadillac SUV being able to make the turn!
Nice spot! We ate on the patio adjacent to the pool with a lovely view of a mountain. I had the salmon and he had the pork - both were beautifully plated and delicious. Service was off the charts good, especially after a very bad experience at the Marriott in town (Rita's Kitchen). Here they were friendly and very attentive.
It was Fine. Limited Menu. Tall seating is uncomfortable.
Excellent menu and cocktails. Staying at hotel and dined on our first night. Won’t be our last!
A very nice hotel restaurant. Food was very good and carefully prepared. The service was much better than average. All in all a very pleasant evening.
Excellent waiter.. great food👌
Had dinner during a stay for convenience, but so pleasantly surprised by the exceptional food. The beef tenderloin was one of the best dishes We have ever had!
It felt like I was setting in the lobby. Even though I was setting near the window the view was of a pool courtyard tightly surrounded by hotel or condo units
Went with friends on Saturday evening and had a wonderful time! We were celebrating both of our anniversary's and were surprised by a complimentary bottle of champagne which was lovely and quite delicious! Sally, our server was amazing. She is warm, welcoming and attentive. She also has great suggestions what to order from the variety of dishes to wines. This was the second time Sally was our server and I had requested her this time because of her great service. I will continue to request her and highly recommend that you request her too. The food was amazing! The beet salad was so tasty with fresh greens and a light dressing with goat cheese which compliment the beets very well. For main dishes my husband and I ventured to try the prime rib which on our very first visit was terribly salty. But Sally assured us that was no longer a problem and she was right! Chuck Wiley, a renown chef has conquered and succeeded! The prime rib was wonderful perfectly cooked, tasty and non-salty. Our friends ordered the swordfish and the filet mignon and they raved about both. Our sides were the Brussels sprouts and broccolini both were excellent. For dessert I ordered the peanut butter beeramisu which was a great twist on tiramisu, so very light and creamy. Our friends shared the warm brown butter apple tart which they loved. The atmosphere is contemporary, comfortable and relaxed. We will definitely return.
Excellent food, excellent service (by Sally), amazing view of Camelback Mountain. Perfect for our anniversary celebration. This reincarnation of Mountain Shadows exceeded my expectations.
Lovely setting for a sumptuous meal; intriguing menu and our choices were expertly prepared. The service was engaging and knowledgeable. Among the top-of-the-list considerations for dining in Paradise Valley...
Everything was wonderful from start to finish. Wait staff was very helpful. I might not recommend if diners want quiet conversation as there was a rowdy bunch at the bar during our dinner. But the food was excellent and one could tell there was much attention to detail regarding all the food choices.
During the course of our meal, a large and noisy crowd arrived. Our waitress quickly relocated us to a distant table without hesitation. Excellent service to match well prepared and served cuisine.
I truly enjoyed our lunch. Location and food were wonderful. The serving staff is well trained and attentive. I would recommend for personal or business lunch.
Excellent service, top quality creative cuisine, wonderful atmosphere. Steaks were cooked to perfection, salmon was excellent, salads and soups were all outstanding. I highly recommend this wonderful restaurant.
Horriblyh noisy making it almost impossible to carry on a conversation. Perhaps good for millenials but not for mature guests. Would try it again for the food at 5:30 perhaps.
Very good dining spot, but the service was uneven and very long. Waiters not all well trained, and extremely long wait for the appetizer.
We had a wonderful experience at Hearth 61, thanks in part to our waitress (the fabulous Sally) made us feel welcome and appreciated. We moved seamlessly from the bar to the dining room, thanks to her supervision. Despite the crowds, she never left us wondering if we would ever see her again! The food here is wonderful; the salmon was cooked perfectly at medium, not overcooked as it so often is. (We live in the Pacific Northwest, so we know salmon.) everyone in our party of four was quite pleased with their meals. Yes, it was noisy, but not to the point where we had to shout at each other, and it felt vibrant. From our window table, we had a lovely view of Camelback Mountain and the resort pool. It wasn’t inexpensive, but we felt we got our money’s worth.
Wanted to try Hearth ‘61 and the elegance did not disappoint. However the cost of 2 lunch salads, eg ahi tuna and eggplant over grains which we shared plus ice tea and coffee each did not warrant the $70 lunch tab. Would try a cocktail in the bar but not sure I’d return for a meal.
Great service withexcellent food.
Service could be better. Not exactly what we were expecting from a “Scottsdale” resort; just expected top notch service. Food was okay. Presentation was meh.
Main entry, prime rib x 2 just was not very good. Would rank dinner as a typical hotel restaurant. Waiter was pleasant, manager was helpful, restaurant setting was nice but the food simply wasn’t up to par.
Celebrated Valentine's day. Everything was excellent! Anita was very helpful and welcoming. She also made sure that my dietary restrictions were accommodated. The meal was outstanding!
Went for Valentine’s Day dinner and I have to say we were very disappointed. Service was very slow and unorganized. Hadn’t even gotten or meal yet and a waiter try’s to bring us dessert. We ordered a side with are meal and the side came when we were nearly done eating. Spent $240 on a meal that was below average.
First time at the restaurant and it has gone on our favorites list. My wife and I thought that our entire meals, from salads through dessert were outstanding and the service was also great.
I would highly recommend Hearth '61 at Mountain Shadows. The food and service was amazing. The waiter was very helpful and accommodating. I will definitely be returning.
The food and service were outstanding with excellent choices and presentation. However, the music from the bar area was quite loud and we were seated somewhat distant from the bar.
This is our second time here and brought friends for lunch. I had the steak salad. The lettuce was very stringent and just did not taste good. The meat was not overwhelming. The ahi salad was very disappointing in that there were only 4 small pieces of ahi hidden in a very large volume of lettuce/cabbage.
Our guests had egg plant salad flatbread. Good but not excellent.
It was my first visit to Mt Shadows. Even though I live in the area, I found it extremely difficult to find the restaurant once I turned in. It was so dark because of the poor lighting. I also could not read any of the signs. I sincerely think these two issues need to be addressed asap.
Awesome as usual! Best wine selection and F&B manager Jim is A+++
The food was excellent in a very romantic and classy setting. Surroundings very elegant and the staff was very attentive and quick to serve. highly recommended.
Mountain Shadows is now all new and shiny...completely different from what AZ natives remember. Modern, almost sterile from the exterior. Interesting art and levels. Why the architects didn't allow better viewing to the mountain is puzzling. Anyway...the food...
Two visits so far.
First time, sat at high-top tables. Server hovered - wasn't busy - even after we mentioned a few times 'we want to sit and relax'. Braised veal was tasteless. Brussel sprouts a bit greasy. Risotto good. Martini was fabulous and done to order.
Second visit, sat at the bar. Service was a bit slow or not watchful. Plates, empty glasses not attended to. Wine selection was adequate. The two of us shared Brussel Caesar salad - more romaine than brussel - and the Eggplant. Each had butternut squash soup which was delicious though really thick. No big wow, though good overall.
Remind the friendly valet to be careful about pressing vehicle buttons....had to reset lights and parking assist warnings.
Dinner was great. The service was attentive and friendly. Food presentation, excellent; swordfish and lamb, both excellent; fingerling potatoes, a wonderful accompaniment; LOVED the Brussels sprouts salad...hmmm! We like a little cozier place, but it is very tastefully done and current.