People Watching Restaurants

106The Lost Leaf

Address: 914 N. 5th St., Phoenix, AZ  85004   Make a Reservation
The Lost Leaf
A favorite among locals, The Lost Leaf, stands out as a cozy neighborhood bar. This house/ art gallery turned bar serves a wide variety of beers and around 20 different wines. The Lost Leaf has a comfortable and Bohemian feel that is fantastic place for conversation with friends old and new. This venue comes complete with wooden flooring and a copper bar. Leaf also hosts live music nightly as well as frequent poetry readings and improve nights. This bar is open 365 days a year and has a drink menu that includes gluten free beers and ciders as well as ... Learn More »

106The VIG

Address: 4041 N. 40th St., Phoenix, AZ  85018   Make a Reservation
The VIG
A contemporary and innovative culinary gem of Phoenix is The VIG. The VIG is a modern bar and lounge accompanied by a full kitchen. Their culinary creations display international influences and their drink menu is extensive. VIG offers its guests a substantial wine list organized by flavor palate from sweet and “easy to drink” to full bodied and more intense. They also have a comprehensive list of cocktails and beers. The VIG has outdoor seating and a relaxed atmosphere. This is a great place to bring a date or simply enjoy time with a group of friends. Learn More »

106Bobby's

Address: 7122 E. Greenway Pkwy., Scottsdale, AZ  85254   Make a Reservation
Bobby's
Conveniently located in North Scottsdale’s Kierland Commons, Bobby's restaurant and lounge is the place to go if you want a cosmopolitan dining experience encompassing live music, futuristic decor, and delicious cuisine. With nightly jazz music, contemporary Mediterranean fare, a tantalizing wine menu, and a touch of humor - see the photos of the musicians named “Bobby” on the north wall - it is sure to delight all five of your senses. Don’t leave without checking out the upstairs lounge and changing color wall. Learn More »

109Bodega 13

Address: 8876 E Pinnacle Peak Rd, Scottsdale, AZ  85255   Make a Reservation

108State 48 Funk House Brewery

Address: 6670 N Sunrise Blvd G-100, Glendale, AZ  85305   Make a Reservation

106North 51 Grill

Address: 3375 E. Shea Blvd., Phoenix, AZ  85050   Make a Reservation
North 51 Grill
Formerly called the Dirty Drummer, North 51 Grill is a great place for a simple burger and wings, but they have an outstanding breakfast menu to boot. Preferred by locals as a great place to beat the heat, this bar and grill can shut out the hot Arizona heat with ice cold beer and a selection of upscale bar food. With a friendly staff and great prices, North 51 Grill is a great place for a family dinner or a place to watch the game. Learn More »

108White Chocolate Grill

Address: 7000 E. Mayo Blvd., Phoenix, AZ  85054   Make a Reservation
White Chocolate Grill
Recommended
White Chocolate Grill is a modern, high quality restaurant combining upscale atmosphere with a sophisticated American menu. In-house, made-from-scratch preparations give each dish a unique touch. The menu features such items as: Filet Mignon Cobb salad, Prime Rib French dip, and Wood-Fired Citrus-Soy Glazed Salmon. Subdued lighting, comfortable booths, and friendly knowledgeable service all add to your dining enjoyment. Finish with one of the restaurant’s signature white chocolate desserts and complete your truly memorable dining experience. Learn More »

106Bacchanal

Address: 3015 E. Thomas Rd., Phoenix, AZ  85016   Make a Reservation
Bacchanal
Traditional Greek fare and revelry are celebrated nightly at Bacchanal. Family-friendly belly dancers demonstrate their exquisite craft while diners feast on a delightfully classic menu of Greek favorites. Lamb, veal, beef, chicken, and seafood are balanced nicely on the menu to offer something for almost any palate. The equally comprehensive selection of Greek spirits inspires all with a taste of the Meditteranean – Metaxa, Ouzo, Tsipouro do wonders to get the festivities going. And this truly authentic celebration of a dining experience even provides dishes for the iconic breaking-of-the-plate ritual. Opa, indeed! Learn More »