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Atlas Bistro

Map & Directions 2515 N. Scottsdale Road, Ste. 18
Scottsdale, AZ 85257
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480-990-2433
  • Contemporary, Eclectic, Fusion, New American
  • Tue-Sat 5:30pm-9:30pm
  • All Major Credit Cards, cash
  • Business Dining, Catering, Delivery, Private Party, Prix Fixe, Vegetarian Friendly, Wheelchair Accessible
  • Dinner, Late Night
  • BYOB
  • Recommended, Accepted
  • Lot Available

Description

Phoenix New Times' Description

Established in 2002, the tiny BYOB connected to AZ Wine Co. has long impressed culinary fanatics and wine geeks alike for its sophisticated international fare, laid-back atmosphere, and - no surprise - close proximity to an amazing selection of wine. Chefs Brandon Crouser and Joshua Riesner have steered the cuisine away from its original Southwestern slant, and toward innovative dishes that utilize classic French cooking techniques. They've also begun offering tasting menus, and catering to a distinguished crowd of wine enthusiasts, who show up with $2,000 bottles of Bordeaux and treat the restaurant like a speakeasy. Luckily, anyone can be an insider here.

 
Member Reviews

  • ronsandietell wrote a review for Atlas Bistro
    on 06/08/13
    5

    One of the best restaurants in AZ. Its consistent, nice sized portions and always consistent. I live to bring in my own wine. Last time we had some 2004 Peter Michael Le Pavots, the table next to us had some Tignanello and we traded tastes. Its a great social event there. The place is small and intimate and has great dishes and stemware.

  • cjones311 wrote a review for Atlas Bistro
    on 03/01/10
    4

    atlas bistro is perfect for the diners up for anything. just leave your menu to the chef's skills and imagination and order the highest recommendation. if i remember correctly, two of my five courses included rabbit in an incredible sauce and a spicy slice of chocolate cake...maybe chipotle?...but it was perfect. love atlas. it is a huge secret of the valley. try it!

  • phoenixnewtimesbestof wrote a review for Atlas Bistro
    on 05/06/09
    4

    Here's a concept we wish we'd thought of: a BYOB restaurant with a wine shop right next door. The folks at Atlas Bistro really figured out a clever way to keep wine lovers happy. Who needs a wine list, anyway, when customers can browse the well-stocked aisles at AZ Wine Co.? The two businesses are actually connected by a doorway, so you can peruse the menu and check in with the... More >>

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Tips from foursquare

  • Phoenix New Times on 06/17/13

    The tuna tataki, which combines lightly seared albacore with a variety of cucumbers, watermelon radish, avocado mousse & tangerine gastrique, manages to be utterly decadent but light & healthy.

  • Phoenix New Times on 06/17/13

    The deconstructed spin on the Nicoise, made with black tiger shrimp, grilled eggplant, piquillo pepper, confit potato, haricots vert, & quail egg, makes classic versions seem pedestrian by comparison.

  • Kerry M. on 05/25/12

    Try the Pork Shank Confit - Unbelievable- extremely full humans could not stop eating this. (via @Foodspotting)

  • Phoenix New Times on 11/14/11

    Best of Phoenix 2011 Winner: Best BYOB! Tthanks to some fair-minded corkage fees, any bottle you bring from home will be greeted warmly by the friendly staff here.

  • Brad S. on 09/22/11

    Check in with Facebook and you get some deal. Wtf.

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