Wine is a magical elixir, lauded for its unmatched ability to empower imbibers with the courage to approach potential mates, run for wine commissioner, or legally change their names to Sly Greathouse. Today's Groupon arms you with the courage to complete life's next big leap: for $20, you get $40 worth of wine and upscale eats at Armitage Bistro in Scottsdale.
Armitage offers an extensive assemblage of flavorful fermentations accompanied by light, heavy, and gravity-defying fare in a sophisticated Old World environment. Armitage pours its crushed Grade A grape beverage by the glass ($9–$19), flight (trio of tastes from $15–$23), or bottle ($36+); wines are primarily California-centric, with European and South American vintages making scene-stealing cameos as brush salesmen. Linger over a blushing bottle of the Sonoma Teira zinfandel ($36) and let your mouth marvel at the red's well-balanced flavors, or indulge in a glass of the rich and velvety Duckhorn cabernet blend ($19) while reliving your most memorable mallard moments.
The warm bistro boasts an elegant and cozy atmosphere, complete with plush couches, warm wood accents, and an outdoor patio, making it an ideal setting for sumptuous supping. The dinner fare includes savory starters and hearty handhelds, such as the apricot-compote-topped brie ($11) and prime-rib sliders ($12), as well as adult-sized edibles, such as the indulgent rosemary-lamb seared sirloin with asparagus risotto ($19). Armitage also serves weekend brunch, so stop in for a serving of Sunday sustenance. Reservations are recommended on weekends.
- And the Armitage half-baked cookie should not be overlooked… I’m pretty sure I’ll never be able to eat another chocolate chip cookie without dreaming of this over-the-top dessert. – Melissa, Arizona Foothills
- Highly recommend the wine flights…The staff are friendly and the atmosphere is great. Patio is nice on a cooler afternoon/evening and inside is cozy at night. – Kate N., Yelp
20751 N Pima Rd.
Scottsdale, Arizona 85255Get Directions