Where to eat outside of downtown Scottsdale
Most of the people go downtown when they decide to go to a restaurant. That is not that strange considering that most of the people go where other people go. But did you ever considered dining out of the downtown area, away from all the fuss and rush? Today we will write about few great restaurants outside of the Scottsdale’s downtown area that are serving great dishes at affordable prices. If you are new to Scottsdale or if you are just visiting then this is the list for you.
Matt Pilato, who is an owner, and a chef at Lamp Pizzeria has so many great dishes to offer. There you can try some of the best Valley’s pizzas in a casual atmosphere. Matt mastered Neopolitan way of making pizzas at the Scuola Italiana Pizzaioli Academy while he was in San Francisco. Don’t get fooled and think that chef Pilato makes only traditional pizzas because he stands out when it comes to pizza-making. If you ever decide to visit Lamp Pizzeria make sure that you try Dirty Little York, which is a combination of provolone cheese, spicy soppressata, red onion, red peppers and roasted artichoke hearts. But don’t get stuffed because you need to try the famous Toasted Marshmallow Milkshake dessert.
Do you like sushi? Are you looking for a great sushi place in Scottsdale? If you are, then Hiro Sushi is the perfect place for you. This family-owned and family oriented Japanese sushi place is located at East Via Linda. Interior is not overdecorated or fancy-looking, but the menu will leave you speechless. There you can find anything ranging from conch dressed in a sweet miso sauce to tasty hamachi kama. There you can also enjoy in sea urchin sushi, jellyfish sushi, shrimp tempura, ginger pork, and amberjack sushi.
If you wish to enjoy in resort’s signature restaurant without staying at Four Seasons, then Talavera is the perfect restaurant for you. But remember, prices are not low at this restaurant, if you can afford it then we guarantee that you will experience some of the best dishes available in all of the Arizona. This elegant restaurant will offer you a spectacular view of Valley and Pinnacle Peak. Their menu resembles the menus of a modern steakhouse. Here you can try food made with a little Southwestern twist made by an Executive Chef Mel Mecinas. If you have deep enough pockets, we guarantee that you will have the time of your life in Talavera.
So that would be it. We hope that your favorite Scottsdale roofer has made the decision of picking out a restaurant to eat at in Scottsdale little easier. Remember that this is just some of our favorite restaurants outside of the Scottsdale downtown area and that there are numerous other restaurants worth checking out. Be that as it may, if you opt for any of these three restaurants, we guarantee you won’t be disappointed in any way.