The Arrowhead Grill
People don’t look at me and go, “Now that is a guy that looks like he knows a thing or two about fine dining!” I accept that. But with that said, the Arrowhead Grill at 8280 W. Union Hills Dr. is one of the best steakhouses I have ever been to.
I felt a bit out of place wearing a black Motörhead t-shirt and jeans (thank goodness there is no dress code) but that first bite of steak made the awkwardness more than worth it.
The quality of this cut of meat was undeniable as the juices from each bite into that New York strip delighted my taste buds. Furthermore, it was cooked to perfection and the seasoning on it truly ensured that this steak would be so good, that even an idiot like me could tell that this was quality cooking.
Furthermore, the waiter (who was very patient with me) was incredibly knowledgeable about their vast selection of wines and knew the perfect wines that would go with each cut of steak. I believe I counted around 128 different brands of wine on their menu, so when I say vast, I mean vast.
I would also highly recommend the Arrowhead Grill if you are a lover of seafood as the quality of their seafood is absolutely on par with that of their steak. They are able to prepare their never frozen and certified fresh fish in six different ways to ensure that you get it exactly the way you want it and, as it was with the steak, the waiters are always on hand to make recommendations for what drinks and sides would go best with each dish whether it be Alaskan halibut Chilean sea bass.
I can honestly say that if I were a rich man, you could probably find me at the Arrowhead Grill just about every day. The combination of their quality food, their expert cooking and a very knowledgeable staff made for a fine dining experience I won’t soon forget
Daniel Rubin has lived in the Phoenix, Metropolitan area for over decade. Graduating from Arizona State University, he quickly realized he had a passion for writing. A strong lover of the city he grew up in, Daniel focused the subject of his writing on the Downtown Phoenix area. He can often be found walking up and down the streets of Roosevelt Row, enjoying the scenery that has influenced his writing style, or in one of the various bars downtown to partake in a rum and coke. He seeks to further promote his writing talent as well as give back to the city that has had such a profound impact on his life.