Things To Do in Phoenix: Restaurants
Oakley’s Top 5 Phoenix Restaurants!
From golf and hiking to an unforgettable world-famous off-road ATV adventure with Desert Wolf Tours, Phoenix is a bit of an outdoor lover’s paradise. But adrenaline-pumping adventure isn’t the only way to enjoy this great city of the southwest United States, as there’s also a great deal of culinary delight that you can experience during your stay in the “Valley of the Sun.” With that in mind, here’s a look at Oakley’s Top Five Phoenix Restaurants to check out the next time you’re in town:
No.1: Beckett’s Table (3717 E. Indian School Road, Phoenix, AZ)
Chocolate dipped bacon s’mores? It’s just one of several unique dishes that are offered at Beckett’s Table, and the cool thing is that the eatery’s menu of American cuisine is always changing – so you’ll never really know what is offered until you pick up the menu. The ambiance is great too, from the patio to a brick-lined bar.
No. 2: Quiessence at the Farm (6106 S. 32nd St., Phoenix, AZ)
Quiessence at the Farm is an ideal venue for couples seeking that romantic dinner out that don’t want to be bothered by any kids. Yes, the restaurant is an adults-only eatery in the intimate setting of a renovated home. It features a European menu, which the staff knows down to a “t,” and, despite its expense, is a meal to remember.
No. 3: The Yard (5632 N. 7th St., Phoenix AZ)
Looking to cut loose a bit on your evening meal? The Yard could be the place for you. In addition to its delicious food and craft beer selection, it also offers the opportunity to participate in drinking games (but in a classy way, not in a frat party way). Located in downtown Phoenix, it’s a great first stop (or final stop) on a big night out.
No. 4: Postino (3939 E. Campbell Ave, Phoenix, AZ)
If you’re looking for a high-class experience, look no further than Postino. It’s best known as a wine bar, with a rotating list of bottles to choose from, but also doubles as a pretty good restaurant too, perhaps best known for its bruschetta. In addition to a vast selection of wines, Postino also offers a pretty solid beer menu to boot.
No. 5: Different Pointe of View (11111 N. 7th St., Phoenix, AZ)
If you’d like to experience fine dining with a terrific ambiance, Different Pointe of View is right for you. Consider enjoying a meal here on the last evening of your trip, as the cuisine combined with terrific floor-to-ceiling panoramic views from the top of the North Mountain will be hard to top. The service is great, the food is excellent, and, just because it’s worth mentioning again, you can’t top the view.
So just what are some fun things to do in Phoenix?
If you’re yearning for a vacation to remember, it should begin with one of the world-famous ATV tours that we offer at Desert Wolf Tours. But your experience certainly shouldn’t end there, noting the aforementioned dining options throughout the city and via TripAdvisor Scottsdale.