Liberal Ladies Monthly Brunch

Tucked into the short side of an L-shaped shopping center at 16th Street and Bethany Home is a restaurant that has been pleasing palates and offering short tutorials in Phoenix history and heritage since 1997: the Phoenix City Grille. The warm, cozy ambience is enhanced by framed, well-lit color and black-and-white photos of Arizona landscapes and Phoenix movers and shakers. Diners enjoy a varied American menu with just enough hints of Southwestern and Southern cuisine to keep it interesting and memorable.


When he opened the restaurant in 1997, owner Sheldon Knapp envisioned a place for a low-key, upscale dining experience with hometown color and pride as a backdrop. Phoenix City Grille has achieved his goal in fine fashion. For a fine dining experience at moderate prices, visit Phoenix City Grille. With its emphasis on good food, a cozy atmosphere, exemplary service, and an interesting take on Phoenix history, you will leave full, happy and more knowledgeable than when you came in.

http://phoenixcitygrille.com/


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  • Karen Strobel S.

    Sorry interferon gave Mr hyperthyroidism which gives me panic attacks

    May 19, 2014

  • Tessie

    Always wonderful. It is a great oasis for me.

    May 18, 2014

  • Karen Strobel S.

    Been a really long week so I'm going to have to pass today I'm still getting used to you actually going into work so I'm very tired and not feeling sociable at all

    May 17, 2014

    • Jean S.

      Sorry to hear that Karen, I was happy to see you in the list, but take care of yourself!

      May 17, 2014

  • Tessie

    Patricia - CONGRATULATIONS to your husband on his wonderful achievement!

    May 16, 2014

  • Karen Strobel S.

    This is a yes for now but really a maybe. ..

    May 11, 2014

  • Patricia

    Wish I could make it but the hubster's getting his Master's degree that day....

    1 · May 1, 2014

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