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Scottsdale Camelback Resort
This resort is minutes away from downtown Scottsdale, with great restaurants and shopping. But it is also quiet, with nice patios and great views of Camelback mountain. Make sure you walk Camelback Resorts labyrinth.
6302 E Camelback Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85251
The Culinary Dropout in downtown Scottsdale prides itself for serving, "classic meals done right. With crowd favorites like pretzel bites and provolone fondue, 36-hour pork ribs, and their famous fried chicken drizzled with honey." We love their meatloaf and southern-fried chicken, but "you’ll want to taste everything". "Thirsty? Wash it all down with an ice-cold craft beer or a killer house-made cocktail." Our favorite is the Culinary Dropout's Bloody Mary with a slice of bacon. "Don't forget to stick around for games and free live music with a laid-back vibe. Culinary Dropout is for anyone who loves damn good food and drinks." We have visited this very friendly place for several years. We especially enjoy sitting street side on hot days, shaded and cooled by the mist. The service is as friendly as it gets. If you're interested in what makes young people happy and friendly in their jobs, you might want to ask the managers how they do it. ***Click here for more information***. https://www.culinarydropout.com/locations/scottsdale-az/.
Tommy Bahamas in Scottsdale has a nice restaurant in North Scottsdale's Kierland Commons. We savored the chef's coconut shrimp, a warm filet mignon salad and an excellent crispy fish sandwich that was too much to finish. While eating we enjoyed the lively patio. Reservations are recommended, but walk-ins are welcome. ***Click here for more information***. http://boomerspeaks.com/65582/142114.html Source link: https://www.tommybahama.com/restaurants/scottsdale
Kierland Commons is a lifestyle center in Phoenix, Arizona, adjacent to Scottsdale, Arizona. The mixed-use development is centered on a "Main Street" feel and composed mostly of outdoor retail shops and restaurants, like Tommy Bahamas, with residential units above and adjoining residential tower.
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