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For one afternoon each year, Lettuce Entertain You transforms one of its famed eateries into a mecca for brides-to-be, collecting the wares of both local and national retailers. Ladies linger over tables laden with dresses and invitations—categorized into vignettes such as elegant and vintage—as gown experts divulge their wisdom. To avoid being cut out of wedding photos, male counterparts sequester themselves in the Groom's Room, where man-friendly vendors toss out wardrobe and preening tips. Lettuce Entertain You disperses appetizers and drinks from a handful of their own top-rated eateries to prevent patrons from drooling over the dossiers of custom cake.

7501 E Camelback Rd
Scottsdale,
AZ
US

Saddle Ranch Chop House allows diners to put together a feast from a menu loaded with steaks and salads, then rock and ride with the restaurant's "rock meets Western" theme. Chow on a sizzling steak, such as the charbroiled, marble-cut rib eye ($24.99), or chomp into the pineapple teriyaki burger, served with a wasabi cream sauce ($11.99). To wash down a full order of barbecue baby back ribs ($21.99), take part in the Texas Tea Party, a stiff concoction of vodka, gin, rum, tequila, sweet-and-sour mix, and Coke. Saddle Ranch Chop House's seasoned chefs also cook breakfast and brunchy grub, such as cinnamon swirl Texas toast ($9.99) and buttermilk pancakes topped with fresh fruit ($8.99), until 3 p.m.

4321 N Scottsdale Rd
Scottsdale,
AZ
US

Wildfish Seafood Grille

One wouldn’t expect to find so much as a puddle in the midst of the Sonoran Desert, but Wildfish Seafood Grille delivers much more: a veritable ocean of seafood dishes hailing from both coasts. An uncommon attention to detail is apparent in nearly every aspect of the restaurant, from the massive, electric-blue fin that drapes over one end of the bar to the appetizer-course shellfish towers that brim with succulent morsels of Maine lobster, shrimp, oysters, and jumbo lump crab. The rest of the menu makes the most of fresh catches, offering up everything from kung pao-style crispy cashew calamari to a whole market-fresh fish, simply dressed with lemon, olive oil, and a sprinkle of sea salt. But though the focus is on the fish, the chefs here have a few surprises up their sleeves. Their kitchen is also stocked with a prime selection of premium Black Angus steaks, which are aged 28 days and broiled to the standard of a gourmet steakhouse. And, as if the scent wasn't intoxicating enough, an exhibition kitchen puts the chefs on full display as they slice sashimi, stuff tacos with Maine lobster, and wrestle krakens into pots of boiling water.

7135 E Camelback Rd
Scottsdale,
AZ
US

Dining at Mastro’s isn’t just ‘grabbing a bite to eat’. No, when you eat here, you make a memory because this place is probably one of the prettiest restaurants in Scottsdale. From the polished wood on the walls to the soft lighting in the ceiling--even the fireplace and piano will leave patrons wondering why all restaurants do not model their dining rooms after a Mastro’s restaurant. It isn’t just about presentation at Mastro’s, either. From soups and salads to juicy selections of beef, vegetables and seafood, Mastro’s offers a large variety of dining choices that should be as satisfying to the palette as the décor is to the eye. Not to be outdone by the food, they have a nice selection of fine wines, cocktails and craft beers. If you want to impress, make a reservation at Mastro’s today!

6991 E Camelback Rd
Scottsdale,
AZ
US

Like a trail of evidence, Market Street Kitchen brims with remnants of North Scottsdale's Western roots. You can find them in the sandblasted timber ceiling, the bentwood furniture, the distressed wooden walls. But perhaps most of all, the restaurant's all-American past manifests itself in the food. Esteemed executive chef Rick Guerrero and his staff like to apply classic techniques to their inventive dishes, including the use of a wood-fired rotisserie to roast poultry, pork, prime rib, and lamb. The resulting menu is divided into shareable small plates?such as fried green tomatoes and fresh fish tacos?and big plates, anchored by a nightly fresh market fish feature and Niman Ranch double-cut pork chops.

20825 N Pima rd.
Scottsdale,
AZ
US

Mastro’s Steak House – fine dining at its best. Mastro’s Steak Houses across the country are consistently hailed by diners and critics alike as “masterful”, “high end”, and one of the “top 10 steak houses in the United States". Mastro’s Scottsdale, AZ location – the place where it all started – is no exception. In fact, the Scottsdale Mastro’s Steak House remains the template for every location that came after it. Although each restaurant possesses unique design elements, the original Mastro’s goal remains unchanged: provide every guest with a truly memorable – and one might add delicious – experience. Don’t just dine anywhere; dine at Mastro’s.

8852 E Pinnacle Peak Rd
Scottsdale,
AZ
US