Arizona Restaurant Week collage

Collage of food from some of the participating restaurants of Arizona Restaurant Week: T.Cook's at the Royal Palms Resort (left), Lou Malnati's Pizzaria (top right), Roaring Fork (bottom left).

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) -- The Arizona Restaurant Association has released its Fall 2021 lineup and dates for its 14th year of statewide culinary discovery: Arizona Restaurant Week!

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Los Sombreros, Arrowhead Grill, and Flautas at Urban Margarita

Los Sombreros (top left), Arrowhead Grill (bottom left), and Flautas at Urban Margarita (right).

Restaurants around the state are gearing up for 10 days of dining with dine-in and takeout options from Friday, Sept. 17 through Sunday, Sept. 26. The association says participating restaurants are offering more opportunities this year with an additional price option. Three-course prix fixe menus will have three price alternatives for $33, $44, or $55 per person. The added $55 price point gives restaurants more to work with in order to provide guests with an elevated dining experience and accounts for rising prices across the industry.

"It's no secret that the restaurant industry — and the people who keep it running every day — has suffered greatly as a result of the pandemic," says Arizona Restaurant Association president and CEO Steve Chucri. "Arizona Restaurant Week is an opportunity for residents and visitors to help this industry that has a dynamic impact on our economy as a whole. We appreciate the support of diners that continue to dine in (or takeout) not only because they enjoy it but because they want to be part of rebuilding our vibrant culinary community. The new price option this year will allow restaurants to raise the bar on their offerings for guests."

The year's lineup features 120 participants currently (with more still jumping on the culinary train!), including some of the following returning crowd favorites:

  • Ajo Al’s (Glendale, North Scottsdale, Phoenix and Scottsdale)
  • Alexi’s Grill
  • Arrowhead Grill
  • Avanti Restaurant
  • BKD’s Backyard Joint
  • Chantico Mexican Restaurant
  • CHoP
  • Christo’s Ristorante
  • Citizen Public House
  • El Chorro
  • Firebirds Wood Fired Grill (Chandler, Gilbert and Peoria)
  • Fuego at The Clarendon
  • Grassroots Kitchen & Tap
  • Hearth ’61 at Mountain Shadows Resort Scottsdale
  • Indian Delhi Palace
  • La Locanda Ristorante Italiano
  • Liberty Market
  • Litchfield’s
  • Lon’s at the Hermosa Inn
  • Los Sombreros (Mesa and Scottsdale)
  • Marcellino Ristorante
  • Match Market & Bar
  • Ocotillo Restaurant
  • Pasta Brioni
  • Paul Martin’s American Grill
  • Preston’s Steakhouse
  • Red’s Bar & Grill
  • Rito’s Mexican Food
  • Rodizio Grill
  • Sel
  • Taphouse Kitchen (Phoenix and Scottsdale)
  • T. Cook’s at the Royal Palms Resort and Spa
  • The Barking Bodega
  • The Collins Small Batch Kitchen
  • The Gladly
  • The House Brasserie
  • The Keg Steakhouse + Bar (Chandler, Desert Ridge, Gilbert and Tempe Marketplace)
  • The Macintosh
  • The Melting Pot Restaurant (of Ahwatukee and Arrowhead)
  • Twist Bistro and Gallery
  • Twisted Grove Parlor + Bar
  • University Club of Phoenix
  • Urban Margarita
  • ZuZu at Hotel Valley Ho

If you're a restaurateur and are interested in participating, the Arizona Restaurant Association welcomes new and returning restaurants to participate in Arizona Restaurant Week. If you're interested or want to learn more, click here

If you're a dining enthusiast, culinary explorer, or in need of a reason to check out new food experiences, you can view the complete list of Arizona Restaurant Week participants and their menus by click here. As new restaurants are added, the website will continue to be updated to provide a comprehensive list of choices. Get ready to dig in!


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