For those that live in Old Town Scottsdale, myself included. We tend to stay in our little bubble, and we are partial to the Scottsdale restaurants that we can walk, ride our bikes, golf cart or take a short Uber to. But there are a plethora of delightful restaurants outside of the Old Town Scottsdale bubble. I know, I know, I get scared to leave the bubble sometimes as well. But trust me, it is worth it to venture out from time to time. In today’s article, we are going to focus on a few of the best restaurants in North Scottsdale that you may fancy. If you live in North Scottsdale, you are probably either saying yes, thank you for recognizing that there are good restaurants in North Scottsdale. Or you are saying no, we want to keep them all to ourselves. To the latter, I am sorry. Sharing is caring. To the former camp, you’re welcome. Now we go.
I would be remiss if I didn’t first mention one of my new favorite Italian restaurants in not only North Scottsdale, but maybe the valley. Grand statement right? I’m full of those. The restaurant I am speaking of is Pane E Vino. Tucked into the northeast corner of Pima Road and Pinnacle Peak. Pane E Vino translates to Bread & Wine and as Stuart the owner says; it is something that they have an abundance of. Preach! We touch on this in our video review of the restaurant. This place just does Italian food right, and they serve what could arguably be the best Tiramisu in the valley. Don’t believe me? Head in and try it for yourself.
The next North Scottsdale restaurants that I want to mention are a cluster of restaurants on 94th Street and Shea Blvd. The first is a mouthwatering place called Salt & Lime, as I am sure you can image from the name. They serve delicious Mexican food that pairs well with Tequila. Chilled, with Salt & Lime, of course.
The second is their sister property, Stone & Vine Urban Italian. I know I dropped a grand statement about Pane E Vino Restaurant above for their Italian food. But that doesn’t mean I can’t recommend other Italian restaurants. Here at ScottsdaleRestaurants.com, we like to spread the love around. So should you, this neighborhood Italian North Scottsdale restaurant makes you feel right at home and part of the family.
The third North Scottsdale restaurant in the cluster that I want to drop some knowledge on is called Black & Bleu, this locally sourced North Scottsdale restaurant comes highly recommended by area locals. Not only for their inviting atmosphere but also their inventiveness in their dishes. All Scottsdale foodies should add this spot to their list of North Scottsdale restaurants to visit.
Next, we are going to move up to DC Ranch and mention a relatively new North Scottsdale restaurant called The Living Room – Market Street at DC Ranch. Similar to Sip in Old Town, this restaurant has the feel of hanging out at your friend’s house. Complete with comfy couches and 25 wines and Sangrias by the glass. Another DC Ranch spot to check out in is the Market Street Kitchen, serving up wonderful urban American fare. Paired with vintage cocktails crafted by their Mixologists. As well as a vast selection of local craft beers.
Now, we move over the North Scottsdale area that is called the Scottsdale Quarter. You will find multiple delicious eateries located in the “Quarter”. Two of my favorites are Sol for their incredible Coconut Calamari and TK’s Urban Tavern where the Tavern Cobb is the tits. Make sure to add chicken! Staying in the same area and heading just across Scottsdale Road to Kierland Commons. You can visit an all-time favorite of Zinc Bistro, I have yet to order a bad meal here.
The last North Scottsdale spot we are going to talk about today is called Suma Maya. Three words, Mexican Asian Kitchen. Drive, don’t walk there now. You will not regret it!
We know that there are countless other awesome restaurants located in North Scottsdale, but these are just a few of our favorites. If you have others that you would like to see mentioned in future articles or any that you want us to do a video review at. Please let us know, we want to hear from you and create content that you would like to see. But until then, get out there and Get Generic!