The Phoenician Tavern

3.3
7 reviews
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$30 and under
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American
Local watering hole, go-to happy hour spot or a hangout for your pals - let's just call it your new favorite gathering spot. The Tavern is anything but a typical resort destination. Inside you'll find fellow phoenicians knocking back local craft beers, celebrating with cocktails after their round of golf, or enjoying polished pub grub with the fam. Enjoy a lively atmosphere for lunch, dinner, and happy hour on the indoor-outdoor bar patio, take in stunning views of the newly designed lush green golf course, or hunker down in one of the comfy booths to watch the big game with buddies. Leave the day (and necktie) behind and just take it easy at The Phoenician Tavern.
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3.3based on recent ratings
3.2
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3.4
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3.3
ambience
2.9
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New York Area
30 reviews
Dined a day ago
Overall 1food 1service 1ambience 1

TRULY AVOID THIS PLACE - on a Sunday night at 6:45 we waited for our booked reservation more than 15 minutes - then when we got our table the table next to us needed to borrow our ketchup - since they could not get a waiter to bring them a filled ketchup bottle- a bad sign - and then we waited over an hour to hear our food - which consisted of a hamburger and fish and chips - not very complex - SHOULD be out soon - but never arrived - probably the most UNPLEASANT dining experience EVER - we finally left - had to go to Wendy’s drive thru to eat something - a SAD SAD SAD statement on the Phoenician resort dining - your restaurants should be quality restaurants - if you are a world class resort - The Phoenician management should truly be ashamed !!!!!

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EA
Austin
23 reviews
Dined 2 days ago
Overall 4food 4service 5ambience 5

Great value offering in Phoenician resort

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Phoenix
17 reviews
Dined 2 days ago
Overall 4food 4service 5ambience 3

We have been there many times and will go back, but not on Saturday night with "dueling pianos". The service was first rate and the food was good but the noise level made it impossible to hear. So for a dining experience that you want lower noise come on another night.

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Phoenix
1 review
Dined 5 days ago
Overall 3food 4service 2ambience 2

Was a regular customer at Relish. Staff was attentive, the ambiance was nice, food was excellent. With the renovation and rebrand to Phoenician Tavern - they opted for uncomfortable/inexpensive furniture, boring/neutral design, and removal of all character that Relish had. Relish could have used a refresh, but they closed the restaurant in peak season, spent on renovation, and somehow made it worse.

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ST
Denver
15 reviews
Dined on March 17, 2019
Overall 2food 2service 3ambience 1

Looks like a cafeteria on a Disney Cruise; very disappointing. Also, out of corned beef and cabbage at 6:30 p.m. on St. Patrick' s Day. Far below Phoenecian standards!

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JM
Birmingham
1 review
Dined on March 17, 2019
Overall 2food 2service 1ambience 1

Went because food was very good, expensive but very good before they closed to update the restaurant. Also because they advertised specials for St. Patrick’s Day. Turned out it was only Guinness. Food was blah. Couldn’t tell any difference in layout or decor. And service was really really slow, especially considering they seemed well-staffed. Won’t go back again... they shouldn’t have changed anything.

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KP
Phoenix
4 reviews
Dined on March 17, 2019
Overall 5food 5service 5ambience 5

Our server ,Raul, was great and made good suggestions.

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