El Chorro's iconic setting at the base of Camelback & Mummy Mountains offers an authentic Arizona desert setting where generations of Valley residents ... More
El Chorro's iconic setting at the base of Camelback & Mummy Mountains offers an authentic Arizona desert setting where generations of Valley residents and visitors alike come to savor classic, seasonal cuisine; enjoy a relaxed Sunday brunch; gather with friends over happy hour; celebrate special occasions or meet with associates. El Chorro's culinary vision features classic cuisine favorites with a Southwestern-inspired influence. The menu offerings center on fresh, organic and locally grown ingredients - including herbs and produce from the El Chorro garden located right outside the kitchen. The restaurant and event venues have recently been restored, renovated and enhanced to further preserve this landmark's rustic charm. El Chorro became the first restaurant in Arizona to earn the U.S. Green Building Council's Leadership in Environmental and Energy Design (LEED) Gold Certification.
I made a reservation for dinner on the night of my daughter s first communion. Of course mass got out later than expected and we were late for our reservation, but we were greeted cheerfully and our every need was attended. We had four children under the age of 10 with us, and I am always a bit nervous when taking a group of youngsters out to a nice restaurant. We were seated at a table off to the side and the kids seemed to blend into the milieu of the restaurant seamlessly. Their gastronomic needs were cared for by the wait staff with the same amount of attention as were the adults. And I cannot say enough about the wonderful meal. Our waiter, Leopold, directed us to an amazing bottle of wine as well as to the short ribs that were just fantastic. It was the perfect ending to a wonderful evening.
I cannot believe there is no review for this restaurant. It is one of the best restaurants in the Phoenix area. The food was good. The atmosphere was great. And the service was good and friendly. Dining out is about all three and El Chorro delivers. It is the one restaurant I would make sure I would return to if in the area.
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