- EelisacNew Mexico •5 reviews5.0Dined 3 days agoSo good we ate here twice during our stay in Jerome. Highly recommend dining here and encourage you to make reservations as the place is small, fills up quickly, and stays busy. Everything we shared during both our dinners were delicious. We also appreciated that they spaced out our appetizer, salads, and main course so that we could enjoy each without being rushed to the next.More infoThe ClinkscalePrice: Expensive• American• Sedona•5
- MFMartinFvipHouston •169 reviews5.0Dined 7 days agoof 7 diners, 5 thought their meals were very good (incuding the filet , veal marsala, gigli pasta, lasagna, pasta don quixote), the veal picatta lacked enough lemon and the petrale sole was disappointing because of a rather nondescript lemon caper sauce and a somewhat dry texture. I was told that the fish was frozen rather than fresh. the calmari was 5*.More infoCucina RusticaPrice: Very Expensive• Italian• Sedona•4.7
- SSusanl122San Francisco Bay Area •2 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 2, 2023My girlfriend and I were celebrating our birthdays last night by having dinner at Mariposa! We made reservations a couple of months prior. It was a packed restaurant. We arrived on time and we’re seated promptly. Timothy was our server and he couldn’t have been more attentive and helpful. We both ordered the filet mignon which was cooked to perfection and was so delicious! We shared the Caesar Salad, the Creamed Kale and the Lemon Mashed Potatoes with the Lobster Scampi. We were so full, but couldn’t resist sharing the Prickly Pear Cheesecake for dessert. All of the dishes were to die for and will be the subject of our dreams until we can visit Sedona again!More infoMariposaPrice: Very Expensive• Latin / Spanish• Sedona•4.7
- JDJeanDvipSan Francisco Bay Area •52 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 2, 2023Wonderful service and the food was delicious. The steak was perfectly prepared as was the lobster. The cocktails and wine were a perfect compliment to the meal!More infoDahl & DiLuca Ristorante ItalianoPrice: Very Expensive• Italian• Sedona•4.7
Women-Owned and -Operated Restaurants to Support in Phoenix
Celebrate the diversity of the restaurant industry! These Woman-owned and -operated restaurants are proud to share their identity — explore spots to support near you.
9 romantic restaurants for date night in Phoenix
Urban sophistication and natural beauty make Phoenix ripe for romance. The city’s best date-night restaurants are experts at setting the stage for love whether it’s an easygoing evening or a once-in-a-lifetime occasion. White Louis XVI chairs and glittering chandeliers make a proposal-worthy backdrop at a stunner in Old Town Scottsdale. A modern brasserie in North Scottsdale draws couples for spirited sommelier competitions. This striking Sonoran metropolis is filled with places to celebrate your sweetheart. Read on for a guide to Phoenix’s 9 most romantic restaurants to book now.
4 Must-Book Restaurants in Phoenix
Despite triple-digit temperatures, summer is anything but slow in Phoenix. And the folks behind these six new dining and drinking establishments, where locals have been turning up with much enthusiasm, would agree. Get a respite from the heat at a fancy cocktail lounge in Old Town Scottsdale and cool off with refreshing salads at a pizzeria downtown. Or go the other extreme and embrace the fire—a new sushi and izakaya joint specializes in skewers cooked over Japanese charcoal, while a modern Indian restaurant dials up the spices on its lamb chops and seafood curries. These are Phoenix’s four best restaurants to book right now.
The Best Places to Grab a Drink in Phoenix
You’re meeting an old buddy for a sidecar. Or grabbing an after-work Manhattan with your boss. Or maybe your sister needs to bend your ear over a chilled pinot. Here’s the good news: Phoenix and its surrounding cities are bursting with great bars and cocktail lounges, suited for a range of hangouts. Here are 9 of the best for your consideration.
The Top 10 Spots for Outdoor Dining in Phoenix
Eating outdoors in the often-sultry desert isn’t just an option—it’s a pleasure. In Phoenix, many restaurateurs have ushered al fresco dining to cool new heights. Savor locally inspired plates with a view of the McDowell Mountains or sip sangria amongst the palms. Here are the city’s best restaurants for dining outside.
Phoenix’s 11 Greatest Restaurants
The Valley of the Sun is fast becoming a sought-after dining destination. People once came to the Sonoran Desert looking for saguaros and sunshine; today, they’re just as likely to be scouting out the perfect spare rib hoagie or sticky buns from a certain resort restaurant. Here is a microcosm of the Valley’s resilient and imaginative spirit— the best and beloved lunch and dinner spots in Phoenix and its surrounding cities.
A Guide to the Best Date Spots in Phoenix
Conversations begin on Bumble but they get even deeper IRL. When it’s time to move from direct messaging to direct eye contact, find a table for two. And to make it super easy, OpenTable and Bumble are teaming up to help you find the best date spots in your city. Find a restaurant that fits your style, whether you want drinks on a patio or a special four-course meal, OpenTable can help you choose the cuisine, seating area, and even book unique experiences with nearby restaurants. Download the Bumble app to find your match, and check the list below to find your table.
- Garrison Park
- Desert Rose Bed and Breakfast
- Verde Valley Inn
- Quality Inn Cottonwood
- Verde Santa Fe Golf Course
- Historic Old Town Cottonwood
- Best Western Cottonwood Inn
- The Tavern Hotel
- Lions Club Park
- Sycamore Springs
- Tuzigoot National Monument
- Super 8 Cottonwood
- Page Springs Valley
- Pines Motel
- Iron Horse Inn
- Cottonwood Kids Park
- Cottonwood Hotel
- Old Town Center For The Arts