Frank and Albert’s

There’s a New Shiny Object in Phoenix, and it is worth checking out.

Frank and Albert’s is the new restaurant at The Arizona Biltmore, already a legendary resort within the Phoenix area for its history and aesthetic beauty. They still have Wright’s, which is their more elegant restaurant, joined to the lobby by the bar with the beautiful patio, piano, and “Old Phoenix” crowd – the locals that have become regulars to the swanky scene.

But Frank and Albert’s feels like the spunkier daughter of Wright’s. It’s hip but stylish and sophisticated, and the food is the sort of gourmet comfort food that is refreshing in a resort.

Frank and Albert’s is named after Frank Lloyd Wright and his student, Albert Chase McArthur, who both are listed on the architectural credits of the Arizona Biltmore.  (With Frank and Albert’s, and Wright’s, maybe the next restaurant there will be called Lloyd’s?) Their signature design is all over the property, and if you check out Frank and Albert’s, stick around after dinner and walk off the dessert with a stroll around the property, which has hosted nearly every U.S. President since it’s opening.

When you go to F&A, you must get:

White Corn Dusted Onion Rings
Shrimp & Manchego
Coca-Cola Pork Chop
Table-side s’mores


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