The Phoenician Resort Provides a Variety of Dining Options in Scottsdale, Arizona

Diners can choose from celebrity chef-run steakhouses, upscale Italian, afternoon tea, and casual eateries

The hotel offers panoramic view of the Phoenix valley.

Dining at The Phoenician in Scottsdale, Arizona runs the gamut from sophisticated celebrity chef cuisine to casual fun fare throughout the 250-acre luxury resort.

J & G Steakhouse, spearheaded by world-renowned chef and restaurateur Jean-Georges Vongerichten is a sleek, modern restaurant featuring some the finest cuts of meats and a wide selection of fresh seafood, all accompanied by panoramic views of the Phoenix valley.

Il Terrazzo serves authentic contemporary Italian cuisine in an upscale sophisticated inside atmosphere with lush dark brown booths, polished wood, large chandeliers, and al fresco with views of the resort. Menu highlights include hand-crafted fresh bread service, lobster agnollotti, pork bistecca, and salmon with ricotta gnocchi. Guests can also enjoy an extensive buffet at their Sunday huge Market Brunch.

Also offering panoramic views is the Thirsty Camel Lounge with an extensive selection of fine vodkas and gins, a humidor with Cuban cigars, classic cocktails, and small bites including tuna lettuce wraps, crab cakes, and shrimp cocktail. On weekend afternoons guests can view exotic birds on the patio.

The Lobby Tea Court serves afternoon tea in the classic English tradition. The service includes a variety of finger sandwiches, fresh scones with cream, pastries, and desserts and a wide selection of teas.

The resort also offers several venues for casual dining. Guests of all ages can enjoy the Phoenician’s signature homemade ice cream at The Café and Ice Cream Parlor, which also serves fresh baked pastries, sandwiches, and coffees.

Relish Burger Bistro, located above the golf clubhouse, serves premium Kobe beef burgers, salads, sandwiches, custom crafted shakes, and a large selection of beer and tequila  Diners can catch their favorite games on the nine flat screen televisions.

The Oasis and Canyon Pool Grills, both open for lunch, offer full bars and light sandwiches, salads and snacks. Also offering casual daytime fare is the 19th Hole, with breakfast and lunch dishes of Southwestern flare.


Whether diners are looking for a casual quick bit or an elegant dinner, The Phoenician offers a variety of dining opportunities to satisfy every guest’s appetite.