Tutti Santi in Scottsdale

Open Tutti Santi’s website and you’ll find the stuff foodie dreams are made of: dishes full of pasta covered in cream sauce, bubbling cheese and thick, beefy bolognese. Live out that dream at Tutti Santi in Scottsdale and Phoenix.

Upscale Italian Dining

This is not your mainstream, strip mall Italian restaurant. As proof, this restaurant serves Carpaccio Di Bue, a coveted Italian dish that includes thin slices of raw filet mignon with tomato basil, capers, olive oil and parmigiano. It’s a dish that’s hard to get right, so savor it at Tutti Santi.

Carpaccio is just one of the dishes offered on the antipasti freddi (cold appetizers) menu. Keep it simple with Prosciutto Crudo di Parma, thinly sliced prosciutto served with shaved parmigiano reggiano, or a classic shrimp cocktail. Antipasti caldi (hot appetizers) include two kinds of calamari (in a sauce or fried), and Insalata di Mare, a warm seafood salad with marinated mussels, calamari, shrimp and diced potatoes in olive oil and lemon juice.

The main course menu offers all kinds of meats and pastas: veal medallions pan seared in a Port wine served with oven baked scalloped potatoes and seasonal vegetables; mussels and calamari sautéed in spicy tomato sauce served on a bed of spaghetti; and pasta with bolognese meat sauce and parmigiano.

What Italian meal would be complete without wine? Tutti Santi has you covered. The wine list is extensive.

It’s hard to say this restaurant offers “the classics” when those classics are often defined by mainstream, Americanized restaurants. This is the real deal: authentic, fresh Italian food.

Happy hour is Monday through Thursday between 4:30 and 6 p.m. Come on out and experience Italian hospitality at Tutti Santi in Scottsdale when you stay in one of our high-end villa rentals; book today!

True Food Kitchen in Scottsdale

If you’re looking for a healthy, fresh lunch option, look no further than True Food Kitchen. True Food is the product of teamwork between chefs, restaurateurs, and Doctor of Integrated Medicine and author, Andrew Weil. If that’s not enough for you, the restaurant is backed by Oprah! The result is a fresh, health-conscious menu. The team wants True Food Kitchen in Scottsdale to be not only a restaurant, but a way of life.

Dedication to Healthy Living

Ingredients are always chosen by chefs for their freshness and nutrition density. The menu rotates regularly so that chefs can always include seasonal ingredients chosen at their peak freshness and flavor. True Food Kitchen also prides itself on meeting any dietary need. They can customize meals for customer preferences and needs.

At True Food, you’ll find salads, vegetable side dishes, starters, sandwiches, pizzas, and quinoa bowls. Starters are unique and simple: guacamole, hummus, and wild caught albacore tataki (seared tuna dressed in avocado, jalapeño, toasted sesame and yuzu ponzu).

Try the summer tacos with grilled fish or grass-fed steak with tomatillo avocado salsa, pickled jicama slaw, coconut lime yogurt, and Anasazi bean. Or the gluten free spicy panang curry with organic potato, pole bean, bok choy, carrot, Thai basil, and coconut shrimp broth. The poke bowl with wild caught albacore, avocado, quinoa rice, mushroom, snow pea, cucumber, cashew, ginger, and turmeric ponzu is a crowd favorite.

True Food’s cocktails, coffees, and teas are as unique as their food. Try the lavender cold brew with crushed coconut or adaptogenic tulsi tea with ginger honey and lemon. Summer cocktails include the wild orchid with lemon-infused vodka, blueberry and lavender, and the lemongrass margarita with añejo tequila, mango, lime, and lemongrass.

For a health-conscious, fresh and delicious meal, the choice is clearly True Food Kitchen in Scottsdale! Get a taste of their delicious and healthy menu when you stay in Scottsdale in one of our luxurious villa rentals.

Snooze, an AM Eatery in Scottsdale

Snooze an AM Eatery serves up a very different kind of breakfast—a breakfast with a purpose. Snooze was founded in 2006 in Denver by brothers Jon and Adam Schlegel. The restaurant’s motto is “It only takes a moment to make a difference.” To that end, one percent of sales goes back to the community in the form of a donation of in-kind goods and services. Employees regularly go out into the community to cook pancakes, maintain school gardens, volunteer at food banks, and clean up beaches.

Eco-Forward Thinking

Snooze an AM Eatery in Scottsdale also strives to be environmentally friendly. Snooze composts and recycles close to 90% of its waste. Each month, employees, called Snoozers, learn about a different aspect of living an eco-friendly life. In Colorado, Snooze was recognized by Colorado Environmental Leadership Program Gold Level, Certifiably Green Denver, and Climate Wise for its green efforts.

The Menu

But enough with the green talk. Snooze AM Eatery serves up breakfast classics such as eggs benedict, hashes, and pancakes (there’s a whole menu devoted to them). You can stick with classic buttermilk pancakes or go for something different such as pineapple upside down pancakes, sweet potato pancakes, and blueberry Danish pancakes (buttermilk pancakes topped with blueberry coulis, sweet cream, and almond streusel around a center of lemony cream cheese filling).

If you’re looking for something on the lighter side, Snooze an AM Eatery in Scottsdale has a whole menu devoted to health-conscious dishes such as yogurt parfaits, quinoa breakfast bowls, and a lox spread with herbed goat cheese, sun-dried tomato and caper relish, and a hard-boiled egg.

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Roaring Fork in Scottsdale

The Roaring Fork is centered around the idea of bold cuisine. Serving up classic American fare, this restaurant takes the cooking fire to a whole new level. All entrees are made by wood fire rotisserie, open flame grill, or wood oven roasting. Diners love it and describe meat cooked here as being reminiscent of a campfire—in a good way! This is definitely a fine dining experience. Think a classic steak house but with way more options. Read on to learn more about Roaring Fork in Scottsdale!

The Menu

The menu is meat heavy, and that’s a good thing. It’s also straightforward, yet inclusive. Entrees include duck, steak, pork, fish, and chicken.=

Start with the lamb fondue with white wine sauce, chili pecan bread, and roasted squash before you move on to your sugar-cured duck breast with onion jam, sour cherry mustard, and little cabbages. Finish your night with a slice of warm pecan pie. Visitors also rave about the braised beef short ribs with horseradish potato and tomato jam.

Happy hour is 4 to 7 p.m. Roaring Fork’s menu is extensive and offers a selection of soups, salads, and appetizers such as guacamole, pork wings, and chicken tacos. Wines and cocktails are a steal at $5.

The interior’s Old West theme, complete with antler chandeliers, upholds this restaurant’s love for the wood fire. Multiple patios complete with heaters, fireplaces, misters, and fans make this restaurant good for dining year-round and offer a great way to enjoy that steak.

You can view the whole menu and even place your order online. Make sure to visit The Roaring Fork in Scottsdale on your next stay in one of our Scottsdale villas for rent!

Hiro Sushi AZ

Don’t be fooled by the humble strip mall storefront; Hiro Sushi in AZ offers high quality, authentic Japanese eating. You can call Hiro Sushi a mom-and-pop operation, but chiefly because customers and chefs are so loyal to each other. You get worldly food served with all the warmth and conviviality you’d expect from your neighborhood diner.

Fresh & Made to Order

Don’t expect California and Las Vegas rolls that are sushi belt regulars; all sushi at Hiro Sushi is made to order. Favorites include hamachi kama (yellowtail grilled on the outside until crisp) and iwashi (fresh sardines laid over rice).

The menu doesn’t stop at sushi. Hiro’s serves one of the most extensive menus you’ll find at any sushi restaurant. Hiro serves noodles, sashimi, bentos, and more. Finish off the night with deep-fried green tea ice cream.

If you want more than just sushi, Hiro Sushi serves a full lunch and dinner menu. You’ll find side dishes such as hiyayakko (chilled tofu with scallions, grated ginger and dried bonito, which is fermented), smoked skipjack tuna, ginger pork, and sanma shioyaki (grilled and slightly salted pike over rice). Hiro Sushi also serves an extensive list of cold and hot sakes.

Experience the Best Dining Scottsdale Has to Offer

Hiro’s is widely listed by diners as the best sushi restaurant—and one of the best restaurants period—in all of Scottsdale. You’ll be hard pressed to find any bad reviews of this place. Because of its popularity, reservations are recommended for any parties over five. The dining room and sushi bar are frequently full, and lines can even form out the door. Despite the business, visitors say they never feel rushed. True to its legacy, Hiro Sushi in AZ treats all its customers with warmth and patience.

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Grassroots Kitchen and Tap

Grassroots Kitchen and Tap offers an upscale vibe alongside a family friendly atmosphere and offerings. The family-owned and operated restaurant, founded in 2011, serves up Southern-influenced American cuisine. Grassroots chef, owner and fourth-generation restaurateur Christopher Collins says of his restaurant, “It’s all about soul. A restaurant is not just a building.”

The Menu

Grassroots’ menu is extensive, with sandwiches, salads, fish, cheese and vegetables platters, pork chops, and braised short ribs. Enjoy Southern shrimp and grits with gulf white shrimp, jalapeño-cheddar grits, tasso ham relish, and grilled focaccia, or sink your teeth into a delicate barbecue brisket cooked low and slow with a thin barbecue sauce, jalapeño-cheddar grits, and pork belly baked beans. We also recommend the Cajun spiced ahi tuna with tangy slaw, red onion, sriracha mayo, avocado, and a sesame bun.

The extensive kids’ menu at Grassroots in Scottsdale ensures your little ones stay happy while you enjoy your steak and cocktails with friends. Every meal is $7, but kids eat free from 3 to 6 p.m. every day. Options include a corn dog, barbecue chicken wings, and roasted chicken breast.

The tap and wine list are long and include several local brews. If you’re feeling a cocktail, Grassroots Kitchen and Tap has you covered and offers twists on the classics, such as a Grassroots Gimlet with Hendrick’s gin, basil, agave nectar, lime, and cucumber, or the Pink Cougar with Deep Eddy grapefruit vodka, chamomile-lemongrass syrup, bubbles, and a candy wedge.

Social hour is between 3 and 6 p.m. daily. First shelf spirits cost between $3 and $5, a glass of wine from a select menu costs $7, signature cocktails cost $8, and barrel-aged cocktails cost $9. Enjoy an awesome range of foods, too, including Hawaiian sweet roll sliders and smoked salmon dip.

Check out Grassroots in Scottsdale for a great family experience. Book your stay Parsons Villas’ beautiful Scottsdale rentals and visit today!

Craft 64 in Scottsdale

The combination of wood-fired pizza and beer is classic. We’ve all had those moments when it’s all we want. Welcome to Craft 64 in Scottsdale, where wood-fired pizza, beer and wine are the centerpieces. Craft has the accolades to prove its quality. Zagat once rated Craft 64 as the No. 3 in the top 10 hottest restaurants in Scottsdale. USA Today listed it as a go-to beer destination in Arizona.

Craft’s Pedigree

The restaurant is an upscale twist to your regular pizza and beer pit stop. Craft 64 uses local ingredients and cooks its pizza in a 100% wood oven. Craft takes it up a notch with its house-made mozzarella and bread, and 36 local Arizona beers on tap.

Craft’s owners have advanced knowledge not just of beer and wine, but of the local area. Josh Ivey is an advanced sommelier; Roger Carpenter owned a popular Australian wine bar and bistro; Scott Hagen and James Swann are Arizona beer connoisseurs.

The Menu

The house-made mozzarella has made its mark on visitors. Local favorites include the margarita pizza and caprese salad.

The signature cocktails are another point where Craft 64 is ahead of the competition. You won’t find the “64” in any run-of-the-mill pizza shop. A blend of Deep Eddy grapefruit and lemon vodkas with fresh lime, it’s a perfect pairing to the fresh caprese salad.

Pizzas here are simple and elegant. From the classic margarita with tomatoes, basil and mozzarella to the fico with mozzarella, ricotta, parmigiano reggiano, truffle oil, arugula, fig sauce to the uovo with mozzarella, parmigiano reggiano, ricotta, bacon, two eggs and spinach, you’ll find advanced flavor combinations that are sure to delight

Happy hour is served 4 to 7 p.m. every day and includes Italian favorites such as an olive bowl, focaccia caprese sandwich, and garlic cheese bread. Craft 64’s wine, beer, cocktails, and food lists are conveniently located online.

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Cholla Prime Steakhouse and Lounge

Even though it’s located inside a casino, don’t expect a chintzy buffet at Cholla Prime Steakhouse and Lounge. This is upscale dining in the heart of Phoenix. TripAdvisor gave it the “Certificate of Excellence” two years in a row.

Delicious Upscale Dining

Cholla Prime Steakhouse is a fine dining experience. Steakhouse classics such as crab-stuffed prawns and New York steak are offered alongside unique main courses such as elk tenderloin.

Before the main course, nibble on unique appetizers such as chorizo-stuffed dates with house-made chorizo and a plate of domestic and imported cheese, marinated olives, mushrooms, salami with peppers, and cured tomatoes. Cream spinach and roasted sweet corn casserole compliment your steak, burger or Atlantic salmon filet. The restaurant also offers an extensive list of fine wines to pair with your steak.

Their desert menu is mouthwatering. Pair the “Coco Puff” cocktail with Godiva liqueur and hot chocolate with the chocolate coffee mousse for the chocolate lover, or savor a classic tiramisu and Mexican coffee.

Visit Cholla Prime Steakhouse During Your Scottsdale Getaway

The casino will feel worlds away inside Cholla Prime Steakhouse and Lounge; the warm decor and draped windows block out the sights and sounds of the floor. Its location means you’ll have easy access to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, downtown Scottsdale, and Scottsdale Fashion Square.

Reservations are recommended. You can make them online or call (480) 850-7736. View their menus, including a wine list, online anytime.

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Butterfield’s Pancake House and Restaurant

When you’re on vacation, you should treat yourself in all manner of ways, and that includes indulging in a big diner breakfast with massive, buttery pancakes, bottomless coffee, and cheesy omelettes. Welcome to Butterfield’s Pancake House in Scottsdale, just minutes away from our villas. This is a chain restaurant with one location in Arizona and three in Illinois, but don’t let that discourage you from a visit. This is diner food at its finest. Come hungry because the servings are huge.

Delicious Breakfast Food

Butterfield’s Pancake House caters to everyone and includes a kids’ menu as well as whole wheat and gluten-free options. Breakfast is served all day long.

It’s called a pancake house for a reason. Butterfield’s cooks up 15 different kinds of pancakes, from the trustworthy buttermilk pancakes to Oreo cookie s’mores cakes. Try the Protein Power Cakes, wheat pancakes cooked with blueberries, oats, and almonds. As mentioned previously, whole wheat and gluten free options are available. Butterfield’s surprises by offering two types of Dutch babies, a fluffy oven-baked pancake cooked in a cast iron skillet and sprinkled with powdered sugar. Butterfield’s Pancake House even serves crepes, including the famous guilty pleasure, cheese blintzes.

Butterfield’s endless options don’t stop at pancakes. Find your perfect eggs benedict, scramble or omelette match here. Or keep it simple with Southern biscuits and gravy or a fried egg bagel sandwich. Butterfield’s also offers a full-service espresso menu for a little diversion from the usual brewed coffee. If coffee isn’t your thing, try the fresh squeezed orange juice.

Check out the menu anytime on Butterfield’s website. Visitors advise you arrive early because Butterfield’s Pancake House in Scottsdale is one of the most popular breakfast spots.

Citizen Public House

Indulge Your Palate with Mouthwatering Gastropub Cuisine

One of the standouts in the culinary scene of Old Town Scottsdale, Citizen Public House has more than established its reputation as one of the finest gastropubs around, earning shout-outs and accolades from Esquire Magazine and The Arizona Republic for its excellence. Enter into a cozy yet chic world of classic elements like leather and mahogany coupled with an innovative menu that is as high-quality as it is fresh.

Why Citizen Public House Should Earn a Spot on Your Scottsdale Itinerary

Whet your appetite with new spins on pub grub classics, such as bacon fat heirloom popcorn, Kilt Lifter fondue (made with the famous hallmark craft beer from local brewery Four Peaks), and rosemary roasted nuts. For an appetizer, choose from the likes of pork belly pastrami, Chilean crab cakes, noble bread with bone marrow butter and sundried tomato tapenade, yellowfin crudo, and salads made from locally-sourced field greens with goat cheese.

The menu has even heartier options as you inch closer to the entrees, including the Gio Osso burger, which is topped with truffled pecorino romano, an onion marmalade, and foie gras aioli. For another treat, try the filet mignon asada tacos with Oaxacan chile salsa and cotija cheese.

Citizen Public House’s main courses include the likes of Ling cod, roasted chicken with truffle and saffron risotto, short ribs rubbed with a local fair trade coffee and served with a dreid cherry barbeque sauce, pan-seared scallops with Hampshire bacon lardon, and a tender belly pork goulash with fingerling potatoes and sauerkraut.

Finish off your meal with desserts like the peanut butter push pop, the peach blackberry galette, a seasonal sorbet or ice cream, the cake of the day, or the Black & Tan, wich includes a salted caramel pudding with roasted white chocolate streusel and chocolate pot de crème.

Parsons Villas – Where Every Great Arizonan Adventure Begins

Contact our reservations team to learn more information about Citizen Public House and Scottsdale’s other wonderful hidden gems when you book your trip accommodations in one of the magnificent vacation rental properties that Parsons Villas has to offer for your stay in Arizona today.