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White Chocolate Grill
In 7 years serving the Valley, White Chocolate Grill has consistently delivered a high quality, value driven menu and unparalleled service. It remains one of Open Table’s Most Booked and Best American Restaurants according to diners.
“Great food. Hostess helped us find the restaurant since we were from out of town. She stayed on the phone till we got there.
The food and service were excellent. It a fun and energetic scene and the prices extremely reasonable.
Mouth watering — The food and Service exceeded my expectation and the price of the food and beverages was perfect for the quality of food I received. My wife and I had the blue cheese crusted Filet and it was moist/mouth watering. It won’t be my last time at WCG.”
- Open Table Reviews
WCG has taken casual American dining to the next level by offering unique, from scratch selections such as the Tomato Gin Soup, Filet Mignon Cobb Salad, Parmesan Crusted Filet and French White Chocolate Bread Pudding.
WCG’s unquestionable commitment to complete guest satisfaction through its team-service approach has created an atmosphere of seamless and utterly friendly service.
The sleek, modern décor offers warmth and approachability with louvered wood ceilings, natural stone finishes and sophisticated artwork. Stadium-style seating, 4 flat screen televisions and a backlit wall of artfully arranged liquor bottles sets the tone for the lounge where Happy Hour is hosted daily starting at 2pm.
White Chocolate Grill also offers Patio Seating, Gluten Free and Kids’ Menus.
The restaurant is located on the northwest corner of Scottsdale Rd. and Mayo Blvd. Reservations accepted at www.wcgrill.com 7000 E Mayo Blvd., 85054
Located at Reata Pass is a historic landmark and it used to be a stagecoach stop in the 1880s for stages crossing the McDowell Mountains. There is also the original jailhouse across the street where they used to keep captured Indians.