After staying the Phoenix/Scottsdale area for a couple of days, we had tried a few other restaurants for dinner and asked our concierge for suggestions. This was one of them as well as a friend who had recommended it. We didn't have a reservation and although the wait was 45 minutes (it was after 8pm), we were able to sit in booths surrounding the bar area. The ""real"" tables were literally right next to us on the other side of the wall divider. The extra plus for us was that our tables were open for the extended happy hour prices which meant that a bunch of their regular menu items were 1/2 off the regular price. This also included drinks. We split the lettuce wedge which was amazing - definitely enough to share and had the crab cake and one of the snapper dishes as our main courses. Both were amazing, especially the crab cake (one big cake) - which had a little kick to it. For dessert we split the warm molten cake topped with vanilla bean icecream. This required 20 minutes and I am sorry to say that it was dissapointing as it was overcooked and no longer gooey in the middle. It was a pretty large one too so it must have been over cooking for a while. Overall, the service was good, except for the fact that our server put 2 tables worth of food on our bill. Luckily, my husband is an auditor and noticed that it was twice the amount that it should have been. The ambience is more young and trendy and therefore is loud but an ok-kind-of-loud. You could def wear nice jeans there. Our bill was $70 before tip for the food meantioned above plus one beer and one martini. Overall, it was one of the best dinners we had there. Other restaurants that were also very good were Cowboy Ciao (Stetson Salad was to die for) and City Hall Steakhouse.
Pros: Great food and drinks
Cons: Parking not so close and there's no valet