If you're a fan of classic American steakhouse cuisine, Scottsdale, Arizona is the place to be. From North Scottsdale to Old Town and everywhere in between, these are the steakhouses that are worth savoring. Roaring Fork is a favorite hangout for Scottsdale diners who enjoy lunch and dinner. The restaurant seeks to recover and celebrate the simplicity of open fire cooking and the bold flavors of wood burning.
The menu features main courses of lamb, beef, chicken, pork and fresh fish, all cooked to order with a wood grill, open fire grill or classic wood oven roast. The cozy atmosphere and impeccable service make it a great spot for lovers of rustic, boldly flavored Western cuisine. Bourbon Steak is a Michael Mina steakhouse in North Scottsdale that specializes in quality cutlets and exquisite dishes. The restaurant offers a wide selection of angus meat, American wagyu and specialty cuts such as the 20-ounce Kansas City Strip. Each steak is tempered with butter and finished over a wood fire. J&G Steakhouse stands out for its floor-to-ceiling windows that offer an incomparable image of the surrounding desert landscape.
The restaurant also offers outdoor dining year-round on its fifth-floor patio, which has fire pits and comfortable seating options. The menu features classic grill dishes such as premium Wagyu butcher steaks, sustainably sourced market fish and a variety of gourmet vegetarian dishes like cauliflower steak and pumpkin fillet. Maple & Ash chose the Scottsdale waterfront as its first location outside the limits of the Windy City. This modern restaurant specializes in meat cooked with wood-burning methods and produces basic products such as filet mignon wagyu and dry-aged chops. You can choose side dishes such as blue cheese, penta crème, chimichurri and reinforced butter from the brand.
Maple & Ash also offers an unmissable grilled seafood tower filled with prawns, oysters, clams, scallops and Alaskan king crab. Lincoln at JW Marriott Camelback Inn serves classic grill dishes such as premium Wagyu butcher steaks, sustainably sourced market fish and a variety of gourmet vegetarian dishes like cauliflower steak and pumpkin fillet in a contemporary indoor and outdoor setting. Each butcher fillet is charred over a Josper charcoal oven for a perfectly prepared cut. Steak 44 (known outside of Arizona as Steak 48 in homage to the 48th state) is another Arizona original that is youthful and fun yet maintains the sophistication of a top-notch steakhouse. If you're looking for one of the best prices in town, head to Cholla Prime Steakhouse & Lounge at Casino Arizona. And don't forget about Durant's - a legend in the Arizona food scene that opened its doors more than 70 years ago with a luxurious red interior that is almost as unforgettable as its food.