Bar Crudo

Cocktail, Italian, Tapas
$ $ $
3603 E Indian School Rd (Gaslight Square)
Phoenix, AZ 85018
(602) 358-8666
5:00pm - 10:00pm
5:00pm - 10:00pm
5:00pm - 10:00pm
5:00pm - 10:00pm
5:00pm - 10:00pm



  • Little hard to find. It's located on the backside of the Gaslight Square Complex at 36th St & Indian School Rd. Enter off of 36th St.
  • Try a 1951, with Arizona-made Copper City Bourbon, Meletti Amaro, grapefruit cinnamon syrup and bitters.
  • The Arcadia Club is a fruity and frothy, perfectly balanced and cravable summer cocktail!
  • The dumplings were amazing. I would eat that forever if I could.
  • Whatever you've done with your life that has brought you here, keep doing it.
  • It's a must!
  • Gaslight Square has a back side?! Yes, and Crudo's hiding there under a black awning.
  • Rebel's Son; by far one of the best cocktails in the valley. Coupled with the pig ears, and you're in for a truly exceptional artisanal treat.
  • You'll notice that nearly everyone is snacking on slivered, fried pig ears garnished with pickled Fresno chilis and litoi onions. You should be, too.
  • Chef Cullen Campbell has been serving an impressive brunch spread every Sun. since October last year. From 10am to 2pm. Menu includes Italian-inspired dishes made with top-quality meats and produce
  • Ladies- vodka beverage... KITTYHAWK IT!
  • Lovely crafted cocktails! I sat at the bar and ordered the squid ink risotto, made me a happy woman. Friendly staff and patrons. I was offered to taste the food and drink of other patrons, nice people
  • Do the tasting menus. At least 4 course. Apertivo Hour is 5-7 p.m. $5 draft wines and $5 food specials.
  • Great wine options! Check it out
  • Absolutely delicious! Try the squid ink (sounds weird, but it was the best!)
  • The pig ears and roasted beets were crave-able.
  • Come here for a tasting, 3 to 5 courses, and don't forget the fried pig ear antipasti. This place serves incredible Italian inspired modern food. It's incredible.
  • Best meal I've had in a long time!
  • Upscale home of inventive raw seafood, handmade pasta dishes, signature mozzarellas, and wood-grilled fare satisfies on several levels.
  • Our expectations were dashed. The food was not good. Two of the dishes had the aftertaste of a grill that had not been cleaned, kinda like rancid oil. The service was sub-par.

Nearby places

4228 E Indian School Rd
3717 E Indian School Rd (btwn 36th St. and 38th St.)
7111 E 5th Ave (at Craftsman Ct.)