Bourbon Steak was one of the first restaurants to bring a big name to Scottsdale’s dining scene: Chef Michael Mina. Here, it’s all about all-natural cuts of meat. There’s something about prime beef short rib on a menu that always catches our attention, and Bourbon Steak does this dish exceptionally well with horseradish potato puree and Worcestershire jus. The Maine lobster pot pie is a standout, too. It's filled with truffled cream and fresh, seasonal vegetables. And, like any good steakhouse should, Bourbon Steak also features Japanese “A5” Wagyu beef with a garlic-soy dipping sauce that’ll have you scraping your plate. With all of this quality seafood and meat, we’re almost (ALMOST!) afraid to admit that our favorite part about the meal is the duck-fat French fries that are served with three different dipping sauces and come at the beginning of every meal, like a bread bowl. The space is impressive, too, at 11,000 square feet and seating for more than 281 guests. It’s designed by New York-based firm AvroKO using indigenous materials, like pine, cedar and local stones such as moss rock, Hualapai chocolate flagstone and chrysocolla, a unique copper-bearing ore native to Arizona.
- Open Hours: Monday to Thursday from 05:30 PM to 09:30 PM, Friday to Saturday from 05:30 PM to 10:00 PM
- Credit Cards Accepted: visa, mastercard, amex, discover, diners, jcb