Fire and water: Enjoy a Sonoran Desert evening at Fairmont Scottsdale
For a special Friday evening in Scottsdale, AZ visit The Grill for a Clam Bake on the patio. Seafood lovers will enjoy little neck clams, Saltspring Island mussels and shrimp. The Grill Restaurant is located at TPC Scottsdale the home of the PGA Tour’s FBR Open. The Grill Restaurant, ranked the #1 Steak and Seafood restaurant in Arizona by Conde Nast Traveler, provides the ultimate fine dining experience while overlooking the Stadium Course 18th green.
Friday Night Clam Bakes are only $28 for adults and $12 for children six to twelve and include gourmet desserts like brownie cheesecake and raspberry short-cupcakes. Children five and younger dine free with the purchase of an adult entrée.
May I have a side of “Sustainability” with that Clam Bake?
As part of Fairmont Scottsdale’s commitment to environmental stewardship, The Grill at TPC Scottsdale has partnered with the CleanFish Alliance, an organization that carefully selects fisherman and artisan fish farmers to support sustainable practices. With this partnership comes an all-new menu, featuring the highest quality sustainable seafood.
Beyond the Clam Bake, The Grill’s menu includes entrees like Florida spiny lobster, Loch Duart salmon and striped bass as well as beef, chicken and pork selections. And don’t forget to try the dessert items, including Cheesecake Tic Tac Toe, Warm Monkey Bread and Pie Quartet, all while overlooking the beautiful Sonoran Desert.
UNSTOPPABLE Stacey Wittig is an Arizona travel writer. Subscribe to this blog for free travel advice and timely travel tips. Why wait? Subscribe or follow now in the right-hand column of this blog. It’s free and takes only minutes to subscribe to upcoming travel tips and insightful travel advice.
Today I can’t stop exploring the world (I blame it on my father’s Viking blood) and write about my adventures – many as a solo woman traveler. Life isn’t always rosy; I lost my firecracker reasoning skill to head injury in a horrific rollover accident that should have taken my life. Brain injury hasn’t stopped me from traveling, although it sometimes makes for amusing travel antidotes that I hope you will enjoy. That’s why they call me “UNSTOPPABLE!”