‘City Gems’: Virtu

The buzz about Gio Osso’s restaurant Virtu began quickly after it opened in 2013: Esquire named it one of the best new restaurants in the United States. Occupying a small space tucked into the Bespoke Inn in Old Town Scottsdale, Virtu has a Mediterranean-inspired menu. Osso, a James Beard nominee, says his restaurant is a “beautifully composed symphony of sights, scents and taste.”

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Restaurant address: 3701 N. Marshall Way, Scottsdale, AZ

Website: http://www.virtuscottsdale.com/

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