Cave and Ives - CLOSED
Phoenix, AZ 85018
Phoenix New Times' Description
From the owners of longtime Valley chain Sacks the Art of Sandwicherie comes a cozy, second-story neighborhood bistro that is likely to be an Arcadia fixture for years to come. Cave & Ives Mediterranean- and Italian-inspired pasta dishes and wood-fired oven pizzas (try the Provence chicken and Tuscan pies) are the big winners at Caves and Ives, with the salads and flatbreads not quite as pleasing. For starters, you can't go wrong with the bowl of stellar white clams de braise. In nice weather, the inviting patio, overlooking busy Indian School Road, with a view of Camelback Mountain in the distance, offers some of the best al fresco dining in Phoenix.
Tips from foursquare
Best of Phoenix Winner 2011: Best Elevated Dining. Enjoy this street-side dining as if you’re in the east coast. Foods include artisan cheese plates, salads, flatbreads, pizzas, pasta and more.
Great pizza, caprese salads and beer!
Be sure to get a "VIP Beer Club" card and start working your way towards a free beer.
Get to know the staff here. They'll take care of you and make you feel at home. FYI, Ryan's the man!
Beer selection here was top notch went I visited.
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