Get a bite of unbeatable dining prices and opportunities during the 2022 Spring Arizona Restaurant Week, which kicks off this Friday. The food-centered event gives residents the chance to dine out at many of Arizona’s well-known favorites and finest restaurants, while increasing awareness of the dining options the state offers and bringing business for restaurants throughout Arizona.
The 2022 Spring Arizona Restaurant Week will begin May 20 and continue through May 29. 126 and counting restaurants across the Phoenix Metro area are participating in the event, starting from casual comfort food all the way to five-star dining. Arizona Restaurant Week is adding restaurants and menus daily, giving guests a growing list of cuisine options including Southwestern, American, Mexican, Asian, French and Italian.
This year’s new participants include Jacy & Dakota’s, a unique American restaurant in downtown Phoenix; Rockefeller, a high-end seafood restaurant in Scottsdale; Ling’s Wok Shop, an Asian restaurant in Scottsdale that offers gluten-free and vegetarian options; The Genuine, a wood-fired focused kitchen in Phoenix; Dolce Vita Gelato and Grocery, a family-owned and -operated Italian restaurant in Mesa; and The Mexicano in Scottsdale that features a build-your-own Michelada bar.
When guests dine at any participating restaurant, they have the option to order from a three-course prix-fixe dinner menu for a set price of $33, $44 or $55 per person or couple, excluding beverages, tax and gratuity at most participating restaurants. All participating restaurants will continue to offer their standard menus throughout the week, but guests must order from the prix-fixe menu to take advantage of the Arizona Restaurant Week pricing.
In 2020, Arizona Restaurant Week added takeout options to their dining experiences. All participating restaurants offer dine-in experiences, while certain restaurants will continue their takeout service to accommodate all guests. You can find which restaurants offer takeout by using the “Take Out” filter on the list of participating restaurants found on Arizona Restaurant Week’s website.
You do not need tickets to participate in Arizona Restaurant Week, though reservations are highly recommended at participating restaurants. Visit arizonarestaurantweek.com for the complete participating restaurant list, maps of restaurant locations and pricing. Bon appétit!