Wright's at the Biltmore
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.
Sunday Brunch from 10:00am-2:00pm
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.View Private Dining Details
Food was excellent.
Service was outstanding.
We were blown away by the birthday dessert that was presented to my husband. It was beautiful and delicious. No silly candle stuck on a traditional dessert ... it was a masterpiece!
I wish I had made a video of the whole presentation of it to my husband.
Thank you for making his birthday a memorable and deliscious one to remember!
Wright's is perfect for Special Occasions. We were there for our anniversary. The food is outstanding--lovely presentation. The Server was friendly and didn't rush us. A perfect evening.
Everything was perfect. Food-10, service-10
Service- very good from multiple people. Offered 3 separate small bites from Chef at no charge-Delicious. Entrees very good. Very expensive so would be best for special occasion.
Wright's is fantastic! Just make a reservation and go.
We visited for Sunday brunch to celebrate 2 birthdays. I asked for a corner table and we we were seated in the perfect location as requested. The atmosphere is lovely, the hotel is quite historic. The sevice was excellent, there was a buffet as well as menu selections of delicious entres. The only thing I would change is for this venue to offer the traditional breakfast foods in their brunch, while chefs love their trendy or artistic fare, eggs, bacon and hashbrowns are still essential to a lovely brunch.
My wife and I enjoy exceptional dining when we travel, however, typically, we dine at average settings when in town. We decided to seek a fine dining experience, Chose Wright's at the Biltmore, and weren't disappointed. The meal was perfect, the service unparalleled, and the atmosphere exceptional. I recommend it without question. It was a dinner to remember.
Son’s birthday. Wanted elegance, impeccable service and, of course, superb food. Found all 3 at wright’s. Thank you for a “memorable evening.
Upon arrival, your reception was most friendly and took us to a quiet table. We were immediately approached as to what we would like to drink and service was prompt...We ordered salmon which was cooked perfectly....we enjoyed our visit our Wrights very much....thank you....Frances Riggs
My husband and I were in Phoenix after visiting Sedona and were looking forward to this dining experience. Although tempted we did not do the chefs tasting menu. With that said everything we ordered and put into our mouths was delicious and satisfying. I enjoyed the scallop, the watermelon salad was divine, the filet mignon was one of the best my husband has ever eaten, the mashed potatoes accompanying the tenderloin were to die for. The Brussels side was very tasty
We shared a soufflé for desert which was tasty and the sorbet also very good
The worst part of the meal was the fried pork appetizer it’s just bad don’t get it ... strange menu item
Other than that next time we are in Phoenix we will be back
Our waiter def. made our night. He was outstanding.
Great food and great wine in an amazing building from Wright.
Even though the food and service was good, not great, I still think it was totally over priced for the Mother’s Day brunch.
The brunch was $105 per person. The patio was lovely, and the service very attentive. But $600 (including tip) for 5 people (three adults, two kids) for Mother's Day brunch when all I ate was an omelette, some fruit, a croissant and a dessert or two seemed over the top.
Wright’s lived up to its reputation. Great atmosphere, food and service!
Did the 5 course tasting menu with the wine pairings and It was amazing! Our waiter knew his stuff especially when it came to wines and he was fantastic! The short rib pudding and the veal cheeks...to die for!!!!
Service was impeccable! Restaurant decor was endlessly interesting. Food was very creative, very gourmet! The music was pleasantly relaxing. A wonderful evening!
The chef was amazing. The two of us ordered the tasting menu and were asked a few questions about our preferences. Chef created two experiences and we each were thrilled with our dinners. We had a wonderful dining adventure!
Great brunch buffet and the bottomless mimosas were certainly a nice addition. Would definitely come back.
We went for Sunday brunch. It was by far the best food service and overall brunch experience in the Valley. Love the format— buffet with made to order small plates. Amazing!
Amazing food and service. They treated my teenagers as adults with respect Would recommend anytime for any occasion.
The brunch menu and stations are amazing. The service was excellent and they followed through on the note on my OpenTable reservation and provided a little something special for the member of our party with a birthday. Thank you!
We were celebrating our 35th anniversary and splurged on Sunday Brunch. What a special treat!! We sat out on the patio and the weather was perfect. Everything including the oysters on the half shell, duck, eggs Benedict, hot plates, cold buffet and desserts were perfection. And the bottomless mimosas and coffee was delicious. Very highly recommend for a special occasion or romantic get away.
The service and ambiance were great. The menu selection during brunch could have been better.
Great experience for brunch at the best place for brunch in the valley.
Great tasting menu. Great service. Great wine pairings.
Lovely Easter Brunch with a dual reason to celebrate. My Daughter,’ 30th and Easter. A great way to kick off a Bday stay at The Biltmore. Service was excellent. Assorted buffet items - well beyond a typical brunch. Cheese board alone was worth the price. The crab claws and oysters were amazing.
It was a memorable Easter Brunch! The hostess team and the Chefs did amazing!!!
Worst buffet for the money I’ve ever experienced.
El lugar esta increible la comida esta buena pero nada impresionante.. menu con pocas opciones
Esta caro pero si eres fan de frank loyd wright es un must ir a conocer el hotel
Have enjoyed the Sunday Brunch with visiting family and friends over the past few years. Many selections change, but always terrific choices in the mix. Wright's is a favorite!
Sunday Brunch is off the hook, it's a Foodies Emporium.
The Chef De Cuisine, Brian Peterson. The guy just won't sit still. That's why.
Every week these folks create 5 small Plate items, each one so unique, a truly diverse set of flavors. They are all you can eat, and when ordered come from his kitchen direct to your table.
His carving station has featured Filet Mignon, Prime Rib Cap, Iberico Pork, Wild Boar, NY Strip, Veal Rib Roast, the list goes on.
Think you have this figured out? Wrong. Each week, everything is turned upside down. Start over. What's fresh, What's local, What's Stylin? Bang. That's what you're having. Every Sunday is unique and equally stellar.
Add an eatable changing food display that has featured, foie gras, king crab, beef carpaccio, crab claws, lobster, smoked duck breast, pork belly, caviar, etc.
It gets better.
Throw in a service team, which will make your head spin. You will believe you have arrived at your "life style of the rich and famous" alternate reality, if just for a few hours.
When you see the price tag, you won't believe a word I say, especially when compared to some very pricey brunch options in Phoenix/Scottsdale.
Call ahead Saturday for the menu and ask what's on the carving station, if you are a foodie, or not this is addictive. I'm practically sitting in the parking lot on Saturday. 😂
All around lovely experience. Thanks!
Had a special request to start dinner with glasses of champagne to surpr
We had a fabulous meal at Wright's at the Biltmore while we were on vacation. Our waiter, Jon, was extremely knowledgeable about the menu and gave us thorough explanations and excellent advice. The cocktails were outstanding, and the food was absolutely delicious -- Fit for Foodies!! Be sure not to miss the soufflé for dessert. Everyone we interacted with had great personality and made every effort to make sure we were having a terrific time, which we were. We will definitely return the next time we are in Phoenix!
Been going there for many years ..... It is always wonderful
Loved the Sunday brunch buffet. Outstanding presentation of seafood, cheeses, meats, fresh fruits and grilled veg. A big variety of breads and beautiful desserts. Loved the small plates of hot entrees that you can order from the server. One can try any amount of plates. Attentive service with lovely ambiance. Best Sunday brunch in Phoenix!!!