8852 E Pinnacle Peak Rd Ste J1, Scottsdale, AZ | Directions 8525533.698701 -111.889586
Mon. - Thu., Sun. 5pm - 10pm;Fri. - Sat. 5pm - 11pm
Neighborhoods: North Scottsdale
I left with desire to try other restaurants. – Bottom line. Mastros is grate for steaks or upscale drink in the bar, but with several questionable things comes short on attention to details what prevents it to have the whole package absolutely necessary to be rated the best upscale restaurant in town.
great place! – some of the people rating this restaurant either can't afford a nice dinner or are better off staying home with a bottle of white zin (with a screw top) and a barbeque full of frozen meat patties. Mastro's is great! If you are not financiall strapped, I have a hard time believing that there is a better place to have a night out. Great food, great service, great atmosphere.
Best steak in the West – Mastros Steakhouse in N. Scottsdale is by far the best overall dining experience west of the Mississippi River. The large bone-in ribeye is unsurpassed! My wife and I travel all over the country and have eaten at Ruth's Chris, Morton's of Chicago, Flemmings, etc. Mastros has it all, perfect service, excellent martini, great food, entertainment and a fine cigar with a glass of Port after dinner is encouraged (not just tolerated).
There are better resturant values – Nice place; but overrated. Prices are too high for what you get. Have been to many fine resturants around the country. Mastro's would not be in my top 10.
Hand-cut, wet-aged steaks in a casual environment. – In Short
This elegantly decorated but casual nightspot draws an affluent, middle-aged crowd. There's a big, comfortable bar, a dance floor, piano bar and fireplace-furnished patio. Quiet, stylishly furnished dining rooms accommodate customers eating steak dinners. The slabs of prime beef are dusted with a secret sauce and served hot with butter and parsley. Menu items include a 40-ounce Porterhouse, bone-in prime rib, ribeye and a selection of chops, chicken and seafood.
Outstanding!!! – I was in Scottsdale and dined at Mastros recently and was treated to the finest steak imaginable. The ambiance was great, service impeccible, and the food (by the way) was the best I've probably ever experienced. The "bone-in" ribeye was absolutely outstanding along with (enormous) sides! Don't ever miss this opportunity...
Overrated – Moved to this area 18 mos ago and were told this was THE BEST place for steaks in the US by several people. We make far better steaks at home than these overpriced hunks of meat. The outside was encrusted with a lot of spice or maybe salt (and don't get me wrong, I love spice), but somehow it still tasted blah. I also hate it when places serve all the sides a la carte, but know that most fine restaurants work this way, and I don't even mind paying the exorbitant prices if they're extraordinary...again, blah. The only reason I liked the place AT ALL was the courteous wait staff and the ambience. Those two items are top notch, but do you really go to a fine restaurant to eat below average food at top dollar prices just b/c their staff is nice and the atmosphere is cool?
Yum! – The best steak I've ever had. Cooked to perfection, great flavor, lean, it comes on that sizziling plate and when you poke it all the juices squirt out!
Mastro's isn't inexpensive but the food, service and quality is the best. It is as good as any NYC Steakhouse. You can't go wrong there.
Best Tasting Steak – I went with a party of 10 for a business dinner. This was the 3rd steakhouse in 3 days. I was not looking forward to another steak. We had this wonderful seafood tower served with flare and the freshness. A must have with a large group! Oysters, Crab, Lobster and Shrimp! Then came these very large steaks-I had the 22 oz. rib eye on the bone figuring I would have less meat. Ordered medium - it was, by far, the best steak I ever had. It may not mean much to peopl who don;t know me but even after having steak 3 days in a row - and eating steak all my life - this was the ABSOLUTE best. The service was top notch and the wine list fairly represented. It is one of the few restaurants in Pheonix I would make it a point to go back to.
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