Quiet Patio Dining in Scottsdale?
I have family coming into town next week and we will be celebrating a birthday. I'd like to take them somewhere low key. I'm thinking a quiet patio where we can linger all evening (not somewhere where they will rush us out). There will be 6-8 in the group and they're staying in central Scottsdale, so either N. or S. Scottsdale locations will work. Price does not matter. I'm wondering if an offbeat hotel/resort restaurant may be the best way to go considering we want to linger there. I feel like most Old town locations need to turn over tables and we wouldn't be able to spend a few hours there. Any suggestions?
Eddie Matney's might be nice, they are in old town and there might be some crowding on the patio, but not like you'd get at the Fashion Square restaraunts. I'd alos consider BLT at the Camelback Inn or Lon's as suggested before. The patio at Roaring Fork is nice as well.
4800 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Chelsea's Kitchen has a great patio (and food) - i do not believe anyone is in a hurry that gets a patio spot, good place to sip some drinks and hang out
also will be a bit closer to central phoenix than old town
5040 N 40th St, Phoenix, AZ 85018