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dining GREATER PHOENIX


Alexi’s Grill & Catering 3550 N. Central Ave., #120 Phoenix, AZ 85012 602.279.0982 alexisgrillphx.com


Aunt Chiladas 7330 N. Dreamy Draw Drive, Phoenix, AZ 85020 602.944.1286 auntchiladas.com catering@auntchiladas.com


Alexi’s Grill is conveniently located in midtown Phoenix. Renowned for their efficient business lunch and intimate dinner seating, Alexi’s is the perfect environment for any occasion. Specialties include Alaskan Halibut, Rack of Lamb, Veal Chop, Filet Mignon and other dishes customized for your group. Enjoy Continental Italian with a Southwest twist, fine dining inside or al fresco on the spacious patio. Alexi’s offers private dining areas for small groups or full restaurant buy-outs. Full service catering is also available.


Nestled in the shadow of the Squaw Peak Mountain, Aunt Chilada’s is truly an historic landmark with personality all its own. Constructed in the 1890s from desert stone and railroad ties, the original building served as a supply depot and general store for the mercury miners passing through the Dreamy Draw. Today, it not only carries on that century old tradition of heartfelt Southwestern hospitality, but also dishes out the finest Mexican food this side of the border. The meeting and banquet facilities are as unique as her colorful past accommodating up to 650. Inside, select from four distinctive settings including our hand-carved fountain or stone fireplace or relax on one of our three patios which include Bocce ball and our famous Palapa bar. Whether it is a corporate meeting, or a group of friends, your guests will have the opportunity to enjoy the festive atmosphere and quality of service.


El Chorro 5550 E. Lincoln Drive, Paradise Valley, AZ 85253 480.948.5170 elchorro.com


Old Town Tortilla Factory 6910 E. Main St. Scottsdale, AZ 85251 480.945.4567 oldtowntortillafactory.com


Rustler’s Rooste 8383 S. 48th St., Phoenix, AZ 85044 602.431.6407 602.431.6473 rustlersrooste.com


The Stockyards Restaurant & 1889 Saloon 5009 E. Washington St., Phoenix, AZ 85034 602.273.7378 www.stockyardssteakhouse.com


Tonto Bar and Grill 5736 E. Rancho Manana Blvd. Cave Creek, AZ 85331 480.296.9678 tontobarandgrill.com amalcolm@tontobarandgrill.com


Verrado Grille 4242 N. Golf Drive Buckeye, AZ 85396 623.388.3013 Verradogolfclub.com


Virtù Honest Craft at Bespoke Inn 3701 N. Marshall Way Scottsdale, AZ 85251 480.946.3477, virtuscottsdale.com


Nestled between Camelback and Mummy Mountains, El Chorro’s authentic desert setting is perfect for events and meetings. El Chorro offers a variety of venues from intimate private rooms to the expanse of the Event Lawn framed by Camelback Mountain. The Casa Paloma Pavilion opens onto a series of patios, fireplaces and gardens, while the renowned Classroom Bar has been carefully restored to reflect its legacy decor. Known for local fresh seasonal cuisine, El Chorro is an iconic Arizona destination.


Built from a historic 75-year-old adobe home in the charming art district of Scottsdale, Old Town Tortilla Factory captures timeless charm and a distinct atmosphere that exemplifies the essence of the Southwest. A firewater patio – along with a world-renowned tequila bar, which offers 100 premium tequilas – lends itself to being the perfect place to accommodate your large party needs. Offering Southwest cuisine with Sonoran influences starring house-made tortillas, seductive salsas and sauces, and specialties. During the winter months, patio heaters keep the patio at spring-like temperatures. During the summer months the patio is cooled with a state-of-the-art mist system.


If you want an authentic Arizona location for your next roundup, look no further than Rustler’s Rooste. Only the Rooste can accommodate 30 to 1,500 guests in a spectacular mountaintop setting. Whether you choose a scenic outdoor patio, the spacious Crystal Barn (complete with a stage and dance floor), or the novel Branding Iron Room, you’ll find the Rooste offers a big helping of western hospitality and an eye for detail.


Arizona’s Original Steakhouse, The Stockyards Restaurant and 1889 Saloon is known for its premium hand-cut aged steaks, prime ribs, wild game, poultry and seafood. For over 65 years, this independently owned and operated landmark restaurant has celebrated the colorful history and characters of Arizona’s cattle industry. You will still find consistently excellent dining and a genuinely friendly atmosphere in this authentic piece of Arizona’s past. Private dining rooms available, excellent choice for groups.


Tonto offers a uniquely Arizona experience from ambience to food to history. Our patio looks out to lush desert and awe-inspiring views of Tonto National Forest. The rustic yet upscale restaurant — once part of the prestigious Rancho Manana dude ranch — is full of history and Western charm. Our chefs use the freshest, highest quality ingredients such as all-natural meats and Arizona products in innovative dishes that delight and satisfy guests.


Authentic. Unique. Dramatic. Verrado Grille, located at the base of the White Tank Mountains, serves mouthwatering steaks, pastas and seafood sensations, along with everything in- between, all in a warm atmosphere with superior service and breathtaking views.


Named of the top 20 “Best New Restaurants” in the U.S. by Esquire Magazine, Virtù is Chef Gio Osso’s honest craft gathering spot tucked inside downtown Scottsdale’s newly opened Bespoke Inn, where his menu features contemporary cuisine inspired by his Mediterranean roots and global influences. For special occasions or business meetings, the restaurant offers buyouts of the dining room as well as the beautiful olive-tree shaded courtyard.


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