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Crudo

Map & Directions 3603 E. Indian School Road, B
Phoenix, AZ 85018
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602-358-8666
  • Coffeehouse, New American
  • Tuesday – Saturday, 5 – 10 p.m. Sunday, 5 – 9 p.m. Bar: Tuesday – Saturday,5 p.m. – 12 a.m. Sunday, 5 – 9 p.m. Brunch: Sunday, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Wheelchair Accessible
  • Dinner
  • Full bar
  • Accepted
  • Lot Available

Description

Phoenix New Times' Description

Hidden away in the back of the Gaslight Square Plaza at 36th Street and Indian School, chef Cullen Campbell’s contemporary, upscale home of inventive raw seafood, handmade pasta dishes, signature mozzarellas, and wood-grilled fare satisfies on several levels. Featuring a warm and inviting space with intimate bay-window nooks and a main dining area swathed in olive green with wood furniture and tiny flickering candles, diners can expect stellar cocktails and exceptional service along with exquisite, multi-course meals. Look for standout seafood and cooked dishes like Campbell’s signature squid ink risotto and housemade gnocchi.

 
Member Reviews

  • rfmcgrathsr wrote a review for Crudo
    on 09/28/13
    4

    BE ADVISED- CRUDO'S NEW LOCATION BEHIND THE GASLIGHT PLAZA IS THE
    LOCATION TO GO WITH CHEF CULLEN CAMPBELL AND WIFE MAUREEN FOR
    FINE ITALIAN DISHES WITH AN UPBEAT TWIST AND WITH MICHAH AS YOUR
    MIXOLGIST

  • kspidel
    kspidel wrote a review for Crudo
    on 06/20/13
    5

    Bar Crudo: Can you believe they have a Happy Hour on Saturday? Yeah! From 5 - 7pm. We took full advantage of it. The best mixologist in town, and one of the best whiskey selections in town. The drinks are impressive with complex pairing of fresh fruit and spirits. They even have Pisco Sour! The food is outstanding. GET THE PIG EARS!

  • valleyvittles phoenix wrote a review for Crudo
    on 08/05/10
    4

    Although it’s sad that a number of excellent restaurants have closed because of this dreadful economy, one bright spot is that a number of “homeless” chefs are pairing up to create new concepts. We had a delicious and unexpectedly interesting meal at one of these, Crudo Cafe, in Old Town Scottsdale. The stars are: Cullen Campbell, formerly of Fine’s Cellar (where I had a... More >>

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