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From upscale contemporary American to comfort food, the Arizona Biltmore, A Waldorf Astoria Resort’s restaurant selection is sure to please a range of palates. The luxury hotel’s signature restaurant, Wright’s at the Biltmore, is an airy, modern space with a wall of windows for added light. Aside from Wright’s à la carte menu using seasonal and local ingredients, the restaurant also offers nightly dinner tasting menus with plates such as Alaskan halibut with jumbo lump crab, asparagus and béarnaise sauce or duck breast with confit leg, carrot, ginger and baby bok choy. Wright’s is also known for its Sunday brunch, where you can find options such as steel cut oatmeal, dehydrated strawberries and brown sugar brûlée or seared scallops with roasted corn and black bean pico de gallo along with a chimichurri sauce.
Frank & Albert’s is the Arizona Biltmore’s other restaurant that features large red booths, high ceilings and food favorites made with local ingredients. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, the menus offer a variety of comfortable and recognizable dishes such as a Philly cheesesteak wrap, pizzas, tortilla soup, braised short ribs and meatloaf. A special kids’ menu makes this a great spot for families, and a daily happy hour serves a selection of small eats (pretzel bites, short rib mac and cheese) and specialty cocktails.
If you’re out on the links, Adobe Restaurant is located at the Arizona Biltmore Golf Club in the former Wrigley Mansion barn. Outfitted with photographs of icons such as President John F. Kennedy and actor Clark Gable, the restaurant serves breakfast and lunch for dishes such as burgers, salads, and entrées such as pan-seared salmon or an Albacore tuna sandwich. You can also order food at the poolside restaurant Cabana Club or experience tea service in the hotel’s lobby.