Phoenix City Grille: 25 years of local ingredients and delicious fare

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A staple in the Phoenix community for over 25 years, Phoenix City Grille serves up a unique blend of Southwest and American fare. This neighborhood restaurant, founded in 1997, prides itself on using mostly local ingredients in their nearly all house-made items.

One of the standout dishes at Phoenix City Grille is their steak, which is cooked to perfection and served with delicious sides. Another popular item on the menu is their cedar-plank salmon, which they were the first restaurant in the Valley to offer. They also offer a variety of pasta dishes that are sure to satisfy any craving.

Under the leadership of Chef Micah Wyzlic, a team of skilled cooks creates flavorful and innovative dishes that keep customers coming back time and time again. Committed to using fresh, high-quality ingredients, diners can’t get enough of their delicious menu items.

Guest Tiffany Floyd raves about her experience at Phoenix City Grille: “They have this amazing cornbread that’s like a green chili cornbread. It’s just delicious.” 

The last time guest Jacque Fuerte visited the restaurant, she enjoyed an espresso martini for the first time ever. “It was nice and rich and just coffee and delicious, and it paired so well with everything we ate.”

In addition to their exceptional food, Phoenix City Grille is also known for their bar, which boasts a strong bourbon program and is a favorite spot for many in the neighborhood to spend their evenings. The late former Governor Rose Mofford was a frequent visitor to the restaurant, and they even have a table in the front named in her honor.

Overall, Phoenix City Grille is a must-visit for anyone looking for a unique and delicious dining experience in Phoenix. With their commitment to using local ingredients along with their innovative menu, they are sure to leave a lasting impression on your taste buds.

Restaurant address: 5816 N 16th Street, Phoenix, AZ

Phone number: 602-266-3001


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