Weft & Warp Art Bar + Kitchen
Named for the artistic tapestry of the Sonoran Desert, Weft & Warp combines solid culinary foundations melded with the spark of creative genius. It’s a fusion of tradition and innovation, practice and invention.
The result is the very best in both taste and visual presentation.
Daily 6:30 am–3:00 pm
Daily 9:00 am–10:00 pm
Daily 9:00 am–10:00 pm
Daily 12:00 pm–3:00 pm
Daily 3:00 pm–5:00 pm
Daily 5:00 pm–10:00 pm
Starting February 23rd | 3pm-6pm
Select Beers: $5
Select: Wines: $7
Classic Cocktails: $10
Enjoy happy hour daily from 3:00pm-5:00pm with $5 beers, $7 wines, $10 cocktails and bits & bites starting at $3.
Terms and Conditions:
Valid For: 1 - 20 people
Starts: September 11, 2018
Ends: September 12, 2117
Availability: Daily 3:00PM-5:00PM
The menu online is not accurate. This was s also at a hotel, I wish open table would specify hotel restaurants, seems like I run into this a lot in Phoenix.
Disappointed with quality of pastries somewhat undercooked-center should not be doughy
Our server. Gabrielle, was great.
Great ambience, good menu. Some food was burned but when told it was replaced. Food that was served was warm to cold, not hot
Excellent food and service. The wine list needs work, but we were told it’s being revised with the help of Hyatt’s resources, so I expect it will be much better shortly.
Service, food, and experience was top. Gabi was fantastic. It was my best culinary experience while in Phoenix/Scottsdale area. Will definitely come back again!!!
We tried several of the shared plates and three out of four were awful. The gnocchi was so bad and looked so unappealing that they took it off our bill and replaced with the Elote corn dish that was very nice. But I would never go back again with so many other wonderful restaurants in town.
Delicious breakfast, lunch and the most amazing flan. You have to tried. Good options bot vegetarians.
The friendly Manager even made us a fresh pineapple juice that we still talking about. It was so good!!!!
We ate here everyday during our stay.
A hidden gem in a hotel environment. Enjoyed the food very much. After sampling many of the wonderful and creative small plates, we were full. We didn't even get to the entree side of the menu! Creative ingredients, interesting food and sauce combinations - a mouth explosion with every bite. We will definitely go back but during the day to see the beautiful hotel and grounds. It was lovely at night but we missed the wonderful views and sunset. A new favorite right in Scottsdale!
Limited selection for breakfast to start...the long blond hair in my chicken sausage sealed the poor experience.
The food is amazing - everything is so flavorful.
Rebecca was a fantastic server.
I actually try to avoid posting unfavorable reviews. My more frequent choice is to say nothing unless I have praise about a positive experience. But our recent dinner here left much to be desired where service is concerned. When one is seated in a dining room with only two tables occupied, one should not wait 30 min for drinks. Every aspect of the service was slow and we were never offered an explanation or an apology. The waiter dished out a fake smile every time we asked about our food. We never had the correct utensils, extra plates as needed, or water filled. There was a complete lack of attentiveness or attention to the details that are expected when dining in a fine restaurant. And to top it off, I chose this restaurant to celebrate my mother's 83rd birthday. And because dinner took so long, we did not order dessert. We were afraid that might keep us there for another 45 minutes. I have never seen a restaurant not bring an elderly customer some sort of birthday acknowledgment. That could have been a cookie, a scoop of ice cream, or anything at all as a kind gesture. The waiter was well informed that we were celebrating a birthday. All we got was a check on the table. Throughout our evening, the dining room was mostly empty. A 3rd party of two was the only other table seated. I hate to see how things go when the dining room is busy. The food once received was good. No complaints there. But as we all know, dining out is an experience that includes the ambience, the service, the food, etc. We pay for the entire experience, not for one part of it. I was not only there to celebrate an important birthday but had a relative with us who flew from Europe for the occasion.
Food was good but the service was absolutely awful! Would not go back for that reason.
The food was okay, however the service was a real let down. The bartender made some really rude remarks to the girls in my group. Also the server at the table was really disappointing and made a huge mistake on our tab. Instead of apologizing for the mistake she attempted to convince me that she "did it on purpose" and told me to "calm down". She did not apologize until the rest of the girls in my group questioned her about it where she made excuses such as "its the end of the night", "it happens all the time and its always fine", and "its really nothing to freak out about". I completely understand that mistakes are made, however this place isn't cheap and I felt extremely disrespected. Wouldn't recommend this place to anyone. Lots of other options.
First time visitor. Met a colleague and customer for lunch.
Each of us tried something different and everyone was delighted with the meal and service.
A little out of the way & signage is minimal, but glad we found it and will definitely be back!
This was my first visit. The space is modern, attractive, and airy. The open glass kitchen is a nice interest point.
I was there during restaurant week. The menu had excellent choices and the portions were fair and sufficient. My gem salad was just above room temperature and while fresh did not have any flavor. I asked for more dressing and received a new salad with more dressing. it was a nice touch, but the salad was still not sufficient.
On the other hand my scallops and accompaniments were outstanding. I would have it again and again. In addition the deserts, particularly the flan, were perfect specimens of their genre.
In all, I would return as the space and food are worth it.
Loved food and atmosphere. Lovely! Only thing server rushed us. Restaurant was only a third full so not sure why.
Tried it out for Restauatant Week. Gem salad was not very tasty, pork chop undercooked and service not very good. Had high expectations going in that they failed to deliver on.
Our party of 4 enjoyed every item on the restaurant week menu. Everything was very good. We especially liked the mole and the corn soup, they were the stars! Service is as friendly, knowledgeable and efficient. The manager was also very attentive and humorous. We very much enjoyed our experience and will come again.
We dined during Arizona Restaurant Week, so there was a special 3 course tasting menu which is a little different than the normal menu. The service was friendly and attentive. Entrés were all nicely presented, well prepared and enjoyable. Wine list is a bit short, it’s OK, but not really a focus. The space is very comfortable and attractive, with lots of room between tables so it doesn’t feel loud or crowded.
I think this would be a great place to gather some friends after work for drinks and to share some small plates and enjoy the sunset and the view.
Wow! What an awesome place with fantastic food. The special was an outstanding halibut dish. Fulfilling but light. Nothing was heavy or loaded with carbs. Loved it and can’t wait to return!
Some of the best food in Scottsdale
Food is excellent but the servers were a bit odd that night signing and dancing to the rock music doesn’t seem to fit for an expensive dinner. Hope they can get the service down since the food and setting are so great!
The staff is outstanding and makes you feel so at home. The food and drink are memorable and I am always excited to come back here to eat any meal.
Bad music and slow service to start. Was disappointing.
Unusual and imaginative dishes prepared perfectly. Service was efficient and personal and quiet surrounding. A solid 4+ and we would return.
The food was okay- about what you'd expect from this type of restaurant but nothing amazing- but each course took quite some time to arrive and the server was surprisingly inattentive.
I found this restaurant on Open Table. We had never been there. We arrived and were seated immediately, as we had a reservation and the restaurant was not crowded. We were immediately served water. Our waitress did not show up for almost 15 minutes. We ordered drinks which took about 15 minutes. We ordered appetizers and another server brought them to our table. The cornbread was delicious, but very small for the price. We also ordered peppers which mostly were too hot to eat. We ordered our entrees which took forever. Our server seemed aloof and uninterested through the whole experience. I will recommend this restaurant for it's food (which was delicious), but the service was horrible. I think this was limited to our server, as others around us were served in a timely manner.
Everything was great except waitress assumed we weren’t finished with our apps and had to ask her to start the dinner portion
Waitress was slow and did not know the menu, she was sloppy and not interested. The food was not prepared well (under or overcooked). the price point ($100.00 per person) after everything, was too much for the quality of food and services. It is really too bad, because we wanted it to be good, and it just was not. Great environment. Had plenty of staff, just not good. For example, for that price restaurant they did not provide new silverware for dinner after appetizers. Small issue, but at an expensive restaurant, i would expect it. Again, very disappointed, wanted it to be good!!!
Went for lunch as it was highly recommended, and we’d already booked our evening meals for this trip.
First, surprised it was part of a hotel, not a bad thing necessarily, but in this case it was. There was only a breakfast/brunch menu on offer.
Service was appalling. Absent, disinterested and incompetent.
They were washing the floor during our meal. Not cleaning up a spill, but doing a wholesale clean.
Food, when it came, was good, but no better. Had to beg for condiments and refills.
Maybe it’s better in the evening, but unlikely to give it another go when there are restaurants like Virtu and Citizen nearby.
Highlights? Valet parking staff were charming and the toilets were clean.
Fantastic unique food
This was a surprising disappointment given its affiliation with Andaz and other reviews touting the craft cocktails. The ambience and menu seemed to be completely disjointed form one another as well as within itself. As a result, the food was under-seasoned or unseasoned or went to the alternate extreme being overly-seasoned or mismatched with the underlying food - is this meant to hide something? Further, despite my reservation notes that certain dietary restrictions applied, the staff seemed confused and flustered in addressing those issues upon arrival. My food arrived half hanging off of the plate (not particularly appetizing) and our starters arrived before our cocktails (which were clearly not handcrafted unless opening a can counts) and completely watered down. An up-charge of $8 to make the innocent cocktail 'naughty' was exorbitant for what we received. Further, not once were those of us, who left most of the food on the plate asked as to 'why?' or 'was there an issue with your meal?' Two of our party did enjoy the scallop dish - which seemed to be the only item with any semblance of intention on the menu.
Wonderful service. Cozy but stylish decor. Outdoor space had lovely views and dog friendly too! Indoor space was chic and we loved the open kitchen. Goat cheese dumplings were the star, but the quinoa risotto and trout were delicious too. If you like flan, theirs is special!
Drinks and wine way over priced
We had a great experience! Kimber, our server was very knowledgeable about the food and drinks and guided us toward the best items on the menu. She was very attentive and made our experience over the top.
Gave Weft and Warp another try after its opening a year ago. Demographics definitely is for younger set. Only valet parking and no disability parking close by is annoying for anyone older. Went to mid morning visit since they provide breakfast until 2. We had a really friendly waitress who did not rush us. There is a great view of an expansive pool with Camelback Mt.
in the background. Checked out menu before going and spied the Avocado Toast which is one of my new dishes to try and compare at various local places. It was very good with a lemon like preserve on top with some small flowers. Presentstion was artsy and taste was a delight. Was a fun change up from the usual list of local restaurant choices. Has a resort setting and makes the locals feel like they are on vacation. Our visit was enjoyable and our food choices were yummy.
Super slow terrible service. Private events are clearly their priority. Everyday dining is not. All three times we’ve gone the restaurant is terribly under staffed
Fantastic ambience and food! Unique dishes and flavors.
The restaurant is in the new Andaz hotel in Scottsdale. Don't know where to begin except to say it was very disappointing. First of all, this is not a dinner restaurant, it is the hotel restaurant that serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, so as might be expected, it is nothing special. Went for dinner because of some buzz that I had read, I should have done more research. The dinner menu is not interesting at all, and very few choices. I ordered the NY Strip steak and it was probably the worst steak I have had in ages. It had some sort of gravy soaked over the top of it, and then the plate was completely soaked with the same gravy. The steak had been sliced, so it came out somewhat cold, and it had a lot of fat and gristle, very little taste. My dining partner order scallops, and they were small, not very good, and came with a hodge podge of vegetables that looked like something you would get at a Denny's. The ambiance is very mid level standard hotel all day dining restaurant, nothing unique or interesting (except that the chairs are very low to the ground, almost like a grade school homeroom type chair). The salad was boring, although you could tell chef was trying to make it something different. It is not a particularily expense restaurant, although drinks were very basic and $15/ea. The wine list was really disappointing--I did not see one bottle that I recognized, all this stuff from places I had never heard of, so I did not want to venture there. Sometimes restaurants do this to try and convince diners that they have really good stuff, but often it is just a chance for them to put a price onthe bottles that no one can tell if they are in line or not. The wine is not expensive, but so limited as to disappoint. The Bottom line is I will not be returning and cannot recommend.