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Abe provided A+ service going above and beyond on a couple of occasions. We always enjoy the three-course meal during restaurant week. We didn’t feel the food was quite as good as it normally is but still great!
We had serous service issues on Mother’s Day. Managing Partner Brian S. immediately made it right and encouraged us to come back.
We are VERY glad that we did! We had a fabulous anniversary dinner (porcini rubbed bone in ribeye and lobster tails).
Very upscale atmosphere and service. Prices to match. Food was beautifully presented but steak was a little tough..
Its a perfect restaurant to impress a business associate. The decor has a very “Good Ol Boys Private Country Club” feel.
Had a birthday dinner here when visiting Phoenix. As usual, the Capital Grille didn’t disappoint. The service was excellent and the food perfect. This is one of my favorite places to eat when wanting a great steak and top notch dining experience.
My husband and I were recently in Scottsdale to celebrate our 32nd wedding anniversary. We ate at The Capital Grille and were extremely impressed with the service and food. We were warmly greeted upon arrival and a reserved table was awaiting us with rose petals,...More
The Capital Grill is a wonderful Steakhouse with a great variety of dishes and meat cuts. Try the Lobster Mac‘n Cheese. They are simply the best on this planet.
Staff is very professional and friendly. Prices high but still within a reasonable range.
Response from KatsCrazy8 | Reviewed this property |
Not really a kid friendly restaurant. Not that they wouldn't be polite but the kids would probably hate it. The atmosphere is dimly lit and sophisticated. More of an executive and special occasion type restaurant.
I would plan for $45-$50 for steaks and $10 per side. Big sides, we usually end up with leftovers. What gets really expensive is the wines/drinks but I am allergic to alcohol so I can't comment on their value. But you are... More
I would plan for $45-$50 for steaks and $10 per side. Big sides, we usually end up with leftovers. What gets really expensive is the wines/drinks but I am allergic to alcohol so I can't comment on their value. But you are paying for a top of the line experience.
When I worked, we would go there for lunch and get their $17 burger. And when our boss got laid off, we took him there and they have menus with no prices.
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