The House Brasserie
Scottsdale, AZ 85251
- Sun-Thu 11am-10pm, Fri-Sat 11am-11pm
Phoenix New Times's Description
Matt Carter's latest venture is set in a charming 1920s bungalow in Old Town Scottsdale. The master of grilled meats serves up lamb Bolognese, grilled Scottish salmon, and excellent Berkshire pork country ribs. The lovely patio, with massive brick fireplace and white picket fence, is perfect for al fresco dining.
Tips from foursquare
Perfect date night material for sure
One of the best places for craft cocktails in the valley - seasonal special right now is blood orange margarita with a Hawaiian sea salt rim. To die for.
Lamb and duck sandwiches are great!
This place gets my vote for best patio dining and best ambiance! Super romantic with an incredible menu! The place is the second oldest house in Scottsdale and its charm can't be beat.
Great outside seating. Get the shrimp and pork belly small plates, the filet or scallops for entree, and the chocolate budino for dessert...you're welcome!
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