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About The Scott Grill at The Scott Resort & Spa
Uniting the flavors of the Mediterranean with the unparalleled ambiance of Old Town Scottsdale, The Scott Grill updates traditional classics with a hint of modern delight.
Our menus spotlight local organic produce, seafood flown in fresh daily, premium cuts of meat and handmade pasta. A thoughtful wine list and specialty cocktails complement your memorable meal as it unfolds by candlelight, firelight or starlight in our lushly landscaped resort oasis.
Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday-Sunday 7:00am - 10:30am
Lunch: Monday-Sunday 11:30am - 3:30pm
Dinner: Monday-Sunday 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Lounge: Sunday-Thursday- 10:30am-11:00pm
Friday & Saturday- 10:30am-Midnight
Scottsdale Road and Chapparal
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Taggia Restaurant & Lounge at FireSky Resort & Spa is a premier choice for distinctive Scottsdale events and meetings. From modest board meetings to lavish wedding receptions, Taggia accommodates you in delicious style. In addition to accommodating private parties of up to 100 guests, Taggia provides catering for everything from a small gathering of a few to receptions for up to 1,000 guests at the adjacent FireSky Resort & Spa. Our lush patio features inviting fireside seating, while the dining room offers an elegant venue for private meals and receptions.
Valet Parking available
Valley Metro Bus Stop at N Scottsdale Rd and E Chapparal
Valley Metro Bus Stop at Camelback and Scottsdale
Private Party Facilities:
The Scott Grill at The Scott Resort & Spa is a premier choice for Old Town Scottsdale meetings and events that wow. The Scott Grill can accommodate private parties of up to 100 guests, intimate anniversary, birthday celebrations for smaller groups and board meetings or other corporate functions.
Private Party Contact:
Firesky Resort and Spa Catering: (480) 424-6065
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Chef's Table, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
The Scott Grill at The Scott Resort & Spa Ratings and Reviews
Taggia is located inside Firesky resort & spa, a Kimpton hotel. This place is absolutely beautiful, and the specials of the day were delicious. My friend and I walked around the resort until it was time to dine. A wedding was going on in the resort during the same time. They had their private area for the ceremony. Another group held a bachelorette party right next to the restaurant area. Italian food are not my top pick, since I am lactose intolerant. However, Taggia managed to have selections that are delicious, and doesn't lose the Italian flare. My friend ordered the gnocchi, which was very yummy, and I had Corvina on cannellini beans, which was also delectable. I would come back, order something small, and just sit here again!
Across several days our group sampled most of the items on the dinner menu. Everything was delicious especially the pasta dishes. We also enjoyed: a very traditional caesar salad, grilled calamari which had beautiful charred flavor enhanced by capers and olive oil: risotto with spinach and Italian sausage; all the pastas; steak, a fish special which was served with an avocado puree and a sensation veal dish - basically veal short ribs on a bed of polenta. The bread brought to the table was sensational and served with oil and balsamic. The servers were very friendly and attentive and they were very accommodating to children. The outdoor patio looks towards the pool and in the evening there are lights in the trees and fire bowls atop stone columns. There is an outdoor fireplace and the sound of running water. Lovely, relaxed setting for a stand-out dining experience.
Well, we were seated and a gentleman who reminded us of Lawrence Welk tried to sell us a very pricey bottle of wine. When we chose another bottle that was more reasonable, he seemed annoyed. Then, you will not believe what happened! He poured us each a glass of wine and took the bottle away! When our server Will brought us menus, we told him that our bottle of wine was removed from the table (minus two pours). Will did locate the bottle and bring it back to us, but commented, "you both really made out well on this deal." What on earth was up with that comment! We were charged for a bottle! We ordered; the menu is limited, overpriced and the food just okay. Will was attentive enough, but NEVER, ever again!
Chef Massimo is highly creative, and presents a varied menu and excellent wine list. We had the Barramundi (special of the day - they don't always have it on the menu) and the Brasato - based veal in a Barolo wine reduction - both of which were outstanding. Their staples - ragu and gnocchi are also excellent. Chef makes it a point to come out to come out and personally welcome you to the restaurant and ensure the meal was to your liking.
Our waitress was wonderful and the menu was amazing, as was the food. We ate outside and the backdrop of the resort and the lighting was beautiful and relaxing. The wine list included quite a few reasonably priced Italian wines. The entire experience was amazing. The only thing negative at all was a couple of times cigar and cigarette smoke from a smoking area wafted into the outside dining area. Perhaps the smoking area could be moved a bit farther from the food service. All in all, the best we have experienced in a while. Highly recommended!
Wonderful atmosphere, beautiful patio, great vibe. A special occasion for us which was acknowledged by everyone we came in contact with. We each had the $45 3 course special, one appetizer or pasta, one entrée, one dessert- mix and match. Exquisite food! Breann, the manager, was simply delightful!
Great setting, great service, ordered off the prix fixe menu, quite reasonable, but the food didn't quite measure up to my expectations. The appetizers were better than the pasta dishes. The main courses of veal and steak were well received. However, the fish dishes (scallops and branzino) did not impress. The desserts were quite good, especially the zabione. With so many good restaurants to try, I would not go back soon.
Great surroundings, nice wine list, reasonably pricing, overall couldn't have been more pleased with this choice for dinner. Ask for Seth as your server for a knowledgable and pleasant guide along with a sense of humor and nicely paced timing of your dining experience.
Michelin 4. Superb cooking. Nouveau riffs on Italian excellence. More continental than Italian.
Burata capese totally different and exceptional as was grilled calamari. Main of huge grilled scallops al dente. No fussy foam stuff but pure attention to texture, colour and spice. Scallops served with crunchy avocado spiked with lemon juice, grilled corn niblets, super sweet baby carrots and sauce of orange sweet potato to savour.
Saw some positive reviews on Yelp and Open Table and opted to give it a shot. Was very surprised at how good the Bolognese happened to be seeing as I am accustomed to Italian from the Boston area. It was recommended highly by the wait staff and it didn't disappont. The ceaser salad was great as well. Definitely a spot to come back to as the service was outstanding
We had never dined at Taggia. On arrival the entrance and especially the lounging and seating areas were wonderful!. You felt private while you enjoyed the complimentary wine which was being served. The food was great and I really enjoyed meeting the chef to let him know personally that the meal he prepared was perfect. I will go there again and certainly recommend Taggia to my friends.
4 of the ladies chose Taggia for a celebration of 2 birthdays and we were treated royally! We all chose the Power Lundh, which included choice of soup or a special salad (among the 4 of us we had all of the choices, and all were wonderful); choice of a chicken pasta dish or salmon (both were also excellent, though too much food); and choice of 2 equally wonderful desserts. Loved every bite, but in addition to enjoying a lovely bottle of wine recommended to us, we were each treated to a glass of prosecco to toast the occasion. My husband and I have been here several times for dinner and always enjoyed both the food and service; today's experience was totally delightful and made it a very special event!
This was my third meal at Taggia, the restaurant at the Fire Sky Hotel. I enjoyed my swordfish, it was cooked well and had delicious accompaniments. The only issue was, it could have been served hotter. My companions had the spaghetti bolonese - my husband, a counessieur of this dish, enjoyed it. The salads were very good and they gave us smaller versions then what was on the menu (very appreciated). Everything is ala carte.
The service was very good, but not excellent (one members drink was forgotten). The ambience is reduced in quality by extremely bright LED lights (wish I had gotten a better nights sleep). Nothing worse than having to sit under glaring lights while you are eating dinner.
We celebrated Christmas dinner and were blessed to have Will as our waiter. He had great suggestions and was very accommodating. The food was delicious and reasonably priced. All the staff was very helpful and friendly. We are so glad we tried Taggia and would like to go back again. We were seated a nice booth this time, however would like to try the patio on another visit.
had a delicious meal; enjoyed our entrees and appetizers very much! We ordered 4 appetizers and all were wonderful; we fought over the burrata! All the entrees were DELISH! and the favorite dessert was the tiramisu; never had it presented like that before with the molten chocolate poured over it! YUM! We just loved the ambiance; a lovely hotel at night with all the fire. it was decorated for Christmas so even more delightful
I have been to Taggia several times before and took a friend with me this time. They enjoyed their Scallop & Risotto Entrée, which I have had previously and can truly attest to it's deliciousness. We both had the Misto Salad to start, and it was delightful. However, the highlight for me was the Branzino (fish) Entrée. I have had it before, and it was cooked to perfection! Also, a healthy dish indeed. I would recommend it.
Sometimes at hotels and resorts you end up with mediocre on-site dining. It is more of a convenience than an experience. Not so with the Taggia. Although you don't get a stand-alone restaurant ambiance of a typical fine dining restaurant, you get the food and service quality. My wife and I ate breakfast there as well as one dinner. The food was excellent and the servers were great. If you sit by the windows, you get great views of the pools and plant life of the resort as well.
This is a hotel restaurant and while most are unremarkable, this one is surprising. It has an interesting menu complete with pizza cooked in a wood fired oven. I highly recommend the oeva (egg) pizza and the pork osso bucco - can go wrong with either one. We were pleasantly surprised given this is a hotel restaurant. The service is attentive without being overbearing or annoying. Give it a try....
We said outside and it was beautiful, trees, fire, water, all the elements to make it serene. The service was outstanding. Unfortunately the food was not. The Caesar salad had way to much vinegar, the risotto was watery and tasted odd as there were capers in it which did not seem to compliment the risotto (I love capers, just not in this). Scallops were okay, but a little cold, nice size though. Osso Buco was just okay at best, very dry. Overall the meal was just okay. If I returned it would be to just have drinks and enjoy the patio, too many other good places to eat in the area. Thought maybe it was just an off night, but there was only an handful of tables, talked to friends that had gone and they didn't like the food.
We chose Taggia based on online reviews including a food writer who selected Taggia as a top ten dining pick. We were disappointed. When we arrived for celebration of our 37th anniversary, we were seated outdoors as we requested. Someone was smoking cigars and rather than find the offending culprit, we were moved next to the indoor space. The service was overbearing. The wait staff seemed unable to interpret our cues, our conversations were constantly and mindlessly interrupted. Finally in exasperation, I asked them to please give us some time to relax. The food itself was average. I enjoyed the gnocchi. The wine list is overpriced. It is definitely not one of the top ten dining experiences in the Scottsdale area.
Our entire experience was amazing, from the incredible service we received from our server Sarah, to our most delicious meal, to the beautiful atmosphere, it was the perfect way to spend our anniversary. We will definitely return and have already recommended Taggia to friends ,family and coworkers.
Our 2nd time at Taggia, having recently discovered this hidden gem. I had the butternut squash/apple bisque on the Restaurnt Week menu and the gnocchi with peas and pork belly, and both were excellent. There were 4 of us and everyone ordered a different starter and entrée (altho my hubby stuck with the Caesar and carbonara dishes he ordered on our first visit here), and we were all very happy with our service and our dinner choices. We will definitely return.
We ate there because it was a convenient place for our friends to meet us, since we were staying at the hotel. It was not crowded, so we were able to sit and talk for a good long time, and not be concerned that we were holding up a table. The food was good, and the service friendly.
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