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The Paisley Violin - CLOSED

Map & Directions 1030 Grand Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85007
  • Breakfast, Dinner, Late Night, Lunch
  • Full bar
  • Not Accepted
  • Lot Available


Phoenix New Times' Description

Temporarily closed:
Gina and Derrick Suarez's quirky bohemian bistro is a comfortably cool spot that contains creative endeavors of every shape and size. Situated along Grand Avenue, it's a mecca of Mediterranean and Euro-style edibles served up in an ultra-arty atmosphere accented by a constantly revolving collection of photos, paintings, and sculptures. Boutique wines such as Trinity Oaks and Raw Power are on the menu alongside such microbrews as Shipyard Chamberlain and Odell Five Barrel. Paisley's calendar of weekly events is also quite eclectic, ranging from the sci-fi movie night on Mondays to live sessions by street musicians and indie bands on the weekend. "Peace and happiness all in one," it promises, and the Violin delivers, with a lovingly crafted menu of homemade plates like hummus, stuffed vine leaves, Italian panini, a pastrami sandwich, plus lox and capers. Beer, wine and liquor are available.

Member Reviews

  • LauraRose
    LauraRose wrote a review for The Paisley Violin
    on 07/27/10

    I just went to Paisley Violin for lunch the other day, and I really liked it! It has a great hole-in-the-wall feel, and the inside walls are filled with local art. I order the Royal, which was delicious, and the daily soup special which was Tomato Basil. It's a great little spot to check out when dining in Phoenix.

  • Kelsee
    Kelsee wrote a review for The Paisley Violin
    on 05/07/10

    Paisley Violin is a pretty sweet hidden little bar. It has a hint of dingy-ness, but I personally love it and the place has got character! There's a big horse in there too that only adds to the coolness!

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  • Sara S. on 09/28/10

    Panini Italiano is a delicious, yet different form of prosciutto. Disappointed with the baked lays as a side dish though. And they gave me the smallest sliver of a pickle...

  • Perri C. on 03/31/10

    The Champs d'Elysee sandwich is off the hook. Order it. Stay away from the soup though. Bleh!

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