Best Phoenix Restaurants For Lawyers – Part 2
A Valley tradition since 1974, Avanti is hailed by many as the most authentic Italian restaurant in town. The warm, sophisticated atmosphere invokes a bit of culinary nostalgia and transports diners to a time when dine was fine dining. The menu features Italian staples such as osso buco and veal Milanese. The wine list is phenomenal, and the pasta and desserts are made from scratch daily.
Bistro 24 mirrors the same elegant, high-class standards of the Ritz-Carlton it’s housed in. The menu features a splendid fusion of French bistro cuisine and classic American fare. Bistro 24 is a posh, elegant eatery with a serene atmosphere, making it a perfect place for wining and dining clients and associates alike.
This cool, urban hotspot is loved by locals. A wine bar at heart, Postino boasts a copious wine list featuring unique varietals that are sure to impress even for the savviest of connoisseurs. The menu offers classic Italian antipasti such as bruschetta, which is arguably the best in the Valley.
Rustic Tuscan brickwork and columns frame the charming dining room at Tomaso’s. For over 30 years, guests have enjoyed genuine regional Italian cuisine and exquisite service at this Biltmore-area restaurant. The menu is updated quarterly to ensure freshness and variety.
In Italian, brio means “lively” or “full of life.” This bistro lives up to its name. The environment is reminiscent of a bustling kitchen in northern Italy. Their specialties include wood-grilled and oven-roasted Tuscan staples such as pizza and steaks. With its charming, old-world décor and fantastic happy hour specials, Brio has become a popular place for the executive crowd to unwind.
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