When it is hungry, a stomach sends various signs, such as growling and tickling the pancreas. Avoid your stomach making a scene with today’s Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of contemporary American cuisine and drinks at The White Chocolate Grill.
The White Chocolate Grill's menu brims and bubbles with modern favorites made from fresh, top-shelf ingredients. Buzz your belly with the house-specialty tomato-gin soup, a fiery medley of roasted tomato, mushroom, and smoked bacon spiked with a dose of Tanqueray gin ($5.99). For burgers, including hearty stalwarts such as the cheeseburger and barbecue-bacon burger ($10.99 each), the chefs grind fresh chuck roast each morning, sculpt it into the likeness of notable German chancellors, then grill it over live hardwood.
The prime-rib french dip is presented on a toasted french roll slathered with mayonnaise ($14.99), waiting patiently for diners to dunk it into the steamy surrender of real beef au jus. All of these dishes serve as openers for the eatery's house-made white chocolate and decadent desserts for two. Romantically eye-wrestle with a date or landlord over a white-chocolate brownie ($7.59), a white-chocolate raspberry cheesecake ($7.59), or a white-chocolate banana-cream pie, where fresh bananas, vanilla pastry cream, and caramel balance atop a throne of graham cracker and chocolate-chunk crust ($7.59).
Rich wood, smooth stone, and soft lighting give White Chocolate Grill's Frank Lloyd Wright–inspired environment an elegant, modern ambience. Sleek booth seating and a fully stocked bar contribute to the subtle scent of sophistication, and the friendly, personable staff will try to meet any request, assuming it does not include finding the jade monkey before the next full moon.
White Chocolate Restaurant & Bar
On any day, White Chocolate chefs fire entrees of seafood, steak, and pork on a wood grill. At this restaurant from the makers of the White Chocolate Grill, they blend American and international culinary traditions to craft a citrus-soy-glazed salmon, new york strip with steakhouse butter, and slow-smoked pork ribs. Servers ferry these dishes—and flights or recommended pairings of craft whiskey, along with a selection of wines—to diners in the main space where the architecture evokes the inside of a brewer's daydream.
7000 E Mayo Blvd.
Phoenix, Arizona 85054Get Directions