Explore Scottsdale restaurants and shopping.



A unique blend of Southwestern charm and modern appeal, Scottsdale is a desert oasis. Often referred to as “the most Western town in the West,” the city has a personality rooted in the traditions of cowboy settlers. In recent years, Scottsdale has continued to grow, with fine restaurants, an art scene known throughout the country and some of the best shopping in the Southwest. To experience all Scottsdale has to offer, you won’t need a cowboy hat and boots, but you will need a Western explorer’s sense of adventure. There’s a treasure trove of discoveries to be found in the desert and Hyatt’s here to help you uncover them all in Scottsdale.

Explore Scottsdale Arts and culture.

6433 East Doubletree Ranch Road

Pleasant Valley, AZ

+1 480 948 6145

Selling architecturally designed bronze and ceramic windbells, this store is more responsible for  angels getting their wings than anything else on earth.

Gilbert Ortega Galleries

3925 North Scottsdale Road

Scottsdale AZ

+1 480 481 0788

People assume only museums have museum-quality art. Not so at this store, where the Native American pottery and sand paintings are the envy of most curators.

Grey Wolf Gallery

7239 East First Avenue

Scottsdale, AZ

+1 480 423 0004

With Native American jewelry, authentic war shirts, peace pipes and shields, you’re bound to find something that captures your interest.

The Lost Leaf

914 North Fifth Street

Scottsdale, AZ

+1 602 258 0014

If you ever thought someone should combine an art gallery, music venue and bar, then this is likely your new favorite place.

Scottsdale Art Walk

Main Street

Scottsdale, AZ

+1 312 280 2660

It’s a simple pleasure, really. Every Thursday, the local art galleries are open to the public, and the public casually strolls around, taking in the art.

Places to see in Scottsdale.
Goldfield Ghost Town and Mine Tours

4650 North Mammoth Mine Road

Apache Junction AZ

+1 480 983 0333

The shenanigans of the Wild West come to life as you tour historic buildings and gold mines. You might even see a gun fight take place before your very eyes.

Scottsdale Civic Center Plaza

Civic Center Plaza

Scottsdale, AZ

Catch a show at the Scottsdale Center for Performing Arts, contemplate the sculptures at the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art or stroll by a pond and feed the ducks.

Scottsdale Green Belt

Roosevelt Street and Miller Road

Scottsdale, AZ

One of the premiere people-watching spots in the Southwest, the Green Belt is where locals get their outdoor fix, from playing frisbee to taking Rover for a much needed walk.

Taliesin West

13195 West Chenango Avenue

Scottsdale, AZ

+1 480 860 2700

More than just a winter home, this was Frank Lloyd Wright’s homage to the desert, as he perfectly integrated the indoors with the outdoors.

Wonders of Wildlife at Out of Africa Wildlife Park

3505 West Highway 260

Camp Verde, AZ

+1 928 567 2840

Caretakers get up close and personal with hyenas, tigers and grizzly bears—oh my!—while explaining how they behave in the captivity versus the wild. 

Places to eat, drink and play in Scottsdale.
Bryan’s Black Mountain BBQ

6103 East Cave Creek Road

Cave Creek, AZ

+1 480 575 7155

Located less than an hour outside of Scottsdale, the smoky brisket is worth the drive, but the pulled squash proves that this is no ordinary barbecue joint.

Café Monarch

6934 East First Avenue

Scottsdale AZ

+1 480 970 7682

The key ingredient to every dish is improvisation. What you order may not be on the menu, but it’ll be just as good as anything that is.

Casella's Italian Delicatessen

5905 North Granite Reef Road

Scottsdale, AZ

+1 480 991 0770

If you do something long enough, you’re bound to be good at it. This family-owned deli was good at making homemade food when it opened 30 years ago—so imagine how great it is now.


7133 East Stetson Drive

Scottsdale, AZ

+1 480 425 9463

At the top of every local favorite list, this restaurant showcases regional cuisine with braised leeks that are locally grown and a wine list featuring selections from Arizona.

The Mission

3815 North Brown Avenue

Scottsdale, AZ

+1 480 636 5005

In a town awash with Mexican restaurants, The Mission sets itself apart with its Tequila mojito, authentic cuisine and fresh guacamole prepared tableside.

Oscar's Coffee Bar

2529 North Hayden Avenue

Scottsdale, AZ

+1 602 538 2922

A coffee shop that encourages a slower pace of life may seem like an oxymoron, but enjoying an iced latte in the sun makes the world seem less hectic.

Spotted Donkey Cantina

8220 North Hayden Road

Scottsdale, AZ

+1 480 922 1400

Whether having a drink at the bar or enjoying the pan-seared cod, the casualness of the establishment doesn’t interfere with its upscale, intimate atmosphere.

Places to go shopping in Scottsdale.
Hub Clothing

7014 East Camelback Road

Scottsdale, AZ

+1 480 970 0707

Known for bringing brands like G-Star and Ella Moss to Phoenix, this boutique keeps you casually fashionable.

Lindsay Lou

6107 North Scottsdale Road

Scottsdale, AZ

+1 480 443 2522

With accessories for miles and clothes for days, this Scottsdale boutique provides the valuable community service of keeping the fashionistas trendy.

Poisoned Pen

4014 North Goldwater Boulevard

Scottsdale, AZ

+1 480 947 2974

From art and fiction workshops to an informed staff who knows a good thriller, there’s no mystery about this bookstore.

Scottsdale Fashion Square

7014 East Camelback Road

Scottsdale, AZ

+1 480 941 2140

With palm trees stretching to the retractable glass ceiling, a rain curtain waterfall and 225 shops from which to choose, this mall is a desert oasis.

Sphinx Ranch Gourmet Gift Market

3039 North Scottsdale Road

Scottsdale, AZ

+1 480 947 2974

Look at it this way: if you can’t find the gift you want, you probably sampled too many of the Medjool dates, brittle and other delicious goodies.

Wide World of Maps

1444 West Southern Avenue

Mesa, AZ

+1 602 279 2323

A map tells you where you are, leads you where you want to go and shows you where you’ve been. This is your starting point.

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