Dining on the patio at El Chorro along with its famed Sticky Buns is a long-standing Phoenix tradition.
Built in 1934 and converted to a Lodge in 1937, El Chorro’s iconic setting at the base of Camelback Mountain offers an authentic Arizona desert setting where generations of Valley residents and visitors alike come to savor classic, Southwestern-inspired cuisine; enjoy a relaxed weekend brunch; gather with friends over drinks and live music; celebrate special occasions or meet with associates.
To honor its Arizona Destination Dining heritage, El Chorro’s culinary vision features classic cuisine favorites with a Southwestern-inspired influence. Menu offerings center on fresh, organic and locally grown ingredients – including herbs and produce from the El Chorro garden.
A variety of new, Arizona-inspired and innovative dishes featuring Oven Roasted Beet Salad; Pork Tenderloin; Baby Back Ribs; Vegetarian Pasta and Gooey-Carmel Butter Cake join select traditional El Chorro menu classics such as the famed Sticky Buns, Eggs Benedict and Beef Stroganoff. There is also a perfect wine available from the expansive El Chorro Cellar.
Oven Roasted Beet Salad