Staying at Biltmore in April- 2 nights off property?
We will be staying at the AZ Biltmore in April and have 2 nights to go off property for dinner. We'd like to be within 10-15 minutes of the hotel. WE'd love one Italian suggestion and one "whatever" be it steakhouse/sushi/contemporary american (lame description). Spending less would be swell too.
Dinner for 2 (alchol not included) in the $100-$150 range is the upper end of what we'd like to do. Atmosphere is important to us, and I know there will be some great food we might miss because of it.
City Hall rocks, it is a Masto's location. dinner for two with minimal vino is usually around $200, with salds, entree, sides, and maybe desert. Also try Marcellino for Italian, or Eddie's House for comfort food.
7042 E Indian School Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85251
7114 E Stetson Drive, Scottsdale, AZ 85251
If you like Ribeye and FnB has it on the menu when you are here that might be a good try, i think you will be pushing your budget at City Hall
sushi avoid stingray at the biltmore - if you want to travel about 20 or so min or so you can get to Sushi Broker for happy hour, that would be good quality and value and be under your budget, i dont think the value is there not for happy hour though - good quality regardless
There is a total wine closeby you could pick up a nice bottle there and hit up Coup de Tartes BYOB french/mediterranian
17025 N Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85255
7133 E Stetson Dr, Scottsdale, AZ 85251
We have stayed at the Biltmore several times and always end up going to Lon's at the Hermosa which is fab...J&G Steakhouse in the bar for the $19 burger and beer special by Jean George.
I like Durant's downtown for the sheer old school relish tray, strong drinks and a baked potato and cold salad with the best blue cheese dressing.
T. Cooks at the Royal Palms resort to dine for dinner or go and listen to Dwight work that piano like nobodys business and have drinks and app's.
Happy Hour at Montelucia resort is great too.