North Valley Magazine December/January 2019

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North Valley eateries offer something for every taste





est a in By Devan Sauer

The North Valley is brimming with top-notch restaurants that serve dry-aged steaks, classic bagels, tasty breakfasts and premium drinks. These eateries reach beyond the norm to have fun with events like “Boys, Babes & Bourbon” or to serve such dining classics as butter cake. Check out our list of the top restaurants in the North Valley, and you’re welcome. AMERICAN Gatsby’s 28190 N. Alma School Parkway, Suite 209, Scottsdale, 480-687-8182, Gatsby’s is a 1920s and ’30s, Prohibition era-themed restaurant and bar. Inspired by Jay Gatsby and Al Capone, the restaurant seamlessly blends themes of glamour and gangster. Gatsby’s menu features world-class wines to pair with steak and seafood. The restaurant also includes live jazz entertainment and events like “Boys, Babes & Bourbon” or “Scotch & Cigar Social on the Patio.” The Greene House 15024 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale, 480-888-9494, Located in the Kierland Commons, the 58

Greene House gives off the charm and comfort of a cottage by the sea. The Greene House offers fresh, seasonal Californian cuisine in a quaint and cozy atmosphere. This restaurant brings California classics to Arizona with exclusive Wine Country selections and seasonal dishes. The Greene House’s menu offers a wide array of comfort food including homestyle pot pie. Modern Market Eatery 16203 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale, 866-584-3944, Modern Market Eatery is a healthforward restaurant located at the Promenade. According to its website, Modern Market Eatery is a mash-up of a farmers market, chef ’s table and fast-food restaurant focuses on quality, craft, community and convenience.


The market features scratch-made, handkneaded dough, house-marinated meats and hand-juiced beverages, all of which are free of antibiotics or artificial ingredients. The menu includes protein bowls, salads, pizza, all-day breakfast and plenty of gluten-free and vegan options. O.H.S.O. Brewery + Distillery 15681 N. Hayden Road, Scottsdale, 480-948-3159, O.H.S.O., or the Outrageous Homebrewer’s Social Outpost, is a restaurant and local nanobrewery and distillery. O.H.S.O. is best known for its seasonal, craft beers which are made in house at several of its locations. While the Scottsdale location does not have a brewery, it has a distillery making O.H.S.O.’s brand of spirits, including Arcadia