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About Wright's at the Biltmore
From the indigenous ingredients of Native Americans to the unique and bold flavors brought
forth by early settlers, Wright’s creates a culinary experience that tells the story
of the Arizona Desert, drawing upon the region’s rich heritage and culture.
Served in a classic setting that is a modern nod to the historic Frank Lloyd Wright style, the
Wright’s menu features foods of the land, presented in an artistic and contemporary fashion
that marries both the old and the new. In addition to the acclaimed a la carte menu, Wright’s
at the Biltmore offers diners a tasting menu each evening that showcases our latest creations.
The restaurant’s distinctive architecture combined with its floor to ceiling windows and striking
pewter chandeliers make it the perfect setting to enjoy a relaxing dinner with friends or family or
an intimate dinner for two.
2400 E Missouri
Phoenix, AZ 85016
Contemporary American, Native American, International
Hours of Operation:
Monday through Saturday Night from 6:00pm - 9:30pm
Sunday Brunch from 10:00am-2:00pm
24th Street and Missouri
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Live music Friday and Saturday nights 8pm-11pm in the Wright Bar
Please contact the restaurant for more details.
Valet parking is complimentary for non-hotel guests. Hotel Self-Parking is also available (parking tickets can be validated).
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Cocktails, Entertainment, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, High Tea, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Check out Wright's for the Holidays! Wright's culinary team develops creative and delicious special menu every Holiday. Be sure to check us out for your next Holiday gathering!
Several private dining options inside and outside. Our stunning Private Dining Room is perfect for groups anywhere from 10 – 20 guests. Our Wine Cellar boasts over 3500 select wines and comfortably seats 10 guests. Enjoy a personalized dining experience and savor Native American delicacies.
Wright's at the Biltmore Ratings and Reviews
Disappointed at our experience at Wrights and this was our second time to visit. The food selection was quite lacking given the numerous restaurants that now populate the local area. Although the chef tried to achieve the southwest theme and approach, the outcome did not seem to make it in terms of taste or value. The wine selection, although good, was quite overpriced and again wanting given local competition. Given the abundant selection of local restaurants that are developing around the Biltmore location, this is not a venue that I could recommend given the price point and/or quality of the selections. Although the hotel is beautiful, the Wright as a flagship restaurant leaves a good deal to be desired. . . . . . .
Food was disappointing . Our smoked veal was way too salty and not very smoky . foie gras was delicious . Beet and salmon appetizer was good Our friends steak was very tough. Buffalo was great.
The servers and ambiance were wonderful . We have dined many times at Wrights and I guess it was just an off night !
We had Sunday Brunch at the Wright's at the Biltmore for my husband's 60th Birthday along with my daughter and son in law. The experience was second to none -perfection! The staff was gracious and professional, the food was wonderful and we were totally impressed with the small plate offerings. I can't recommend it more highly. We are excited for the opportunity to bring our friends and family when they visit us in Arizona.
We dined here on Valentine's Day. The Lobster and red chilli bisque was complex, but beautifully presented and delicious. Our second course was a foie gras with a corn tamale. The foie gras melted in your mouth but the tamale was dry. The pan roasted duck breast was unremarkable as it was tough to cut and chew and had no flavor at all. My wife had the beef tenderloin which was superb. The chocolate soufflé was excellent. It was nicely plated and then served with creme Anglaise. The staff was friendly and the surroundings were elegant.
We were blown away by the phenomenal array of gorgeous food choices at the Valentine's Brunch at Wright's!! The food tasted even better than it looked-which was over the top!! Some of my favorites were the stunning veggies on the block, prickly pear bacon(OMG), citrus waffles, the yogurt base and my husband went crazy for the seafood bar!! Oh and the desserts were insanely beautiful and delicious!! I cannot wait to go again! Yum and Yum!!
A stunning architectural space in a lovely setting. The brunch is beautifully laid out. Size is appropriate for tasting without waste. The service was excellent without being intrusive.
I lovely, lovely bunch and could not have been more delicious. We come every time we are in Phoenix.
Brunch was outstanding! Really liked the combination of a buffet which included spectacular fresh seafood along with unlimited specialty small plates (shrimp & grits, eggs Benedict to name a few) that are made to order. The service was wonderful, very attentive & extremely friendly.
The food and the ambiance is always great at the Wright's. My husband and I love coming here for the brunch. The small plates add so much in my opinion, it's something that you don't usually find in buffets. The restaurant is just beautiful, this is one of the reasons I love coming here.
We chose Wright's for brunch looking for a special, elegant experience. Wright's delivered that and more! The level of service, quality of food and unique architecture combined to create a kind of old school luxury that everyone in our group was thrilled with.
Outstanding New Year's Day brunch! Beautifully presented selection of fresh food. What a wonderful variety. Like the fact that one can order an entree with the buffet. Delicious food. Best ever! Attentive service and very friendly staff. Thank you! Will be back to enjoy this great restaurant.
Requested a more private table for an anniversary dinner. We were put in the back of the room with a big round table that would seat 6. There was a door with a draft all evening. No room for server to navigate the table. Just a suggestion - maybe a smaller table in that area would be more suitable.
We had been 'warned' that there were children nearby and asked if we would like to move. No worries there.
Superb fine dining experience at a premier restaurant. The sweet potato/lobster soup and perfectly cooked tuna and char were highlights, but every dish was clearly a cut above. We settled on Wright's for this special Christmas dinner because of previous excellent visits over the past five years.
Beautiful setting and atmosphere. Have dined here multiple times over 20 years, and twice on this visit. Waitstaff are fine, if not as sharp as in past years. In particular the food has really taken a bad turn in the last 5 years. Very narrow choices (all meat, little seafood, no vegetarian), over-produced and fussy combinations and presentations--it's no longer about good food, but obscure products put together in "inventive" ways that aren't always pleasant or necessary. Not enough of any one of the half-dozen items on a plate to get any sense of it by itself---muddys the flavors. No salads (kale is not a salad by itself) and other appetizers are way too complicated. The house "fry bread" was soaked in oil both nights, and the blue corn cakes and the cornbread included on two different entres was really bad--soggy with oil on one, over-ingredient-ed on the other. Where is the pure taste of the food itself? Wine list (no sommelier now) has declined and prices are way out of line with reasonable restaurant markup. Even the souffles have been halved in size, so romantic sharing is now an exercise in spoon combat. It's an expensive meal for what you actually get, and about all you get is... that lovely interior. Time for a change in course. Stacked food and over complicated preparations with too many ingredients are fads that went out a decade ago. Time for Maybury to revisit the cuisine and imagine better food, real food.
We celebrated a Birthday dinner there, and while the food was good, it was not outstanding. The most interesting dish was the Kale Salad, and most memorable was the Chocolate Souffle. The Beef was excellent, but the Lobster Posole was fair. The spices tended to overwhelm the seafood and the there was some sort of legume that seemed random and didn't contribute anything to the dish, except a gummy texture. Our server was good and the meal was served promptly, and the atmosphere was lovely, but the prices are ambitious, and the food wasn't.
We dined at Wright's for our anniversary. The staff all recognized and congratulated us which was very nice of them. The entrees were all outstanding (pork chop, buffalo, sea bass). And thanks for the special anniversary dessert (complimentary). We truly enjoyed our evening.
There was nothing I did not enjoy about this restaurant. Service was impeccable along with amazing food. Atmosphere was nice and quiet. It allowed for the ability to have an actual conversation at dinner. The noise level with kept to a minimum . I highly recommend, Wrights. For a lovely, enjoyable evening out .
My friends and I have been going to our annual Christmas Brunch at Wright's for over 15 years, it is the best way to start the holiday season because He food and service is outstanding and the value cannot be beat. This is the best Brunch in the Phoenix area, imho.
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