Dish Market & Wine Bistro

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8977 North Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale, AZ, USA - (480) 584-6190

Dish Market & Wine Bistro Scottsdale Reviews

mellemel8 mellemel8
275 reviews
Dec 16, 2007
THIS JUST OPENED 2 MONTHS AGO AND BUSINESS IS BOOMING...... cousin, john and his gf, ashley took me to this wonderful "food experience." i was very overwhelmed when i entered. it took me 15mins. to decide what to eat for lunch.

i end up ordering lemon and herb chicken with brocolli and mac and chesse. that was freah and well prepared.

john and ashley ordered sushi.

Led by chef Martin LaMarche, formerly of Binkley's in Cave Creek, this new market calls itself a "food experience," offering hundreds of freshly made foods. There's no grocery section, so don't look for paper goods with your take-home meals.

Take it home to make it: Nearly everything is ready-to-eat. Dried pasta and jarred sauces are available.

Buy it already cooked: Main dishes include baked red snapper topped with sweet onion; meatloaf; duck breast; wood-smoked ribs; rotisserie leg of lamb; and pizza with asparagus, curried cauliflower, arugula and piñon. Sides include mozzarella pazanella, ham-hock greens, and baked sweet potatoes topped with herbed butter and pecans.

part gourmet market, part sit-down restaurant — represent the next step in the evolution of the East Valley supermarket.

The retail half of this two-month-old business at the Shops at Gainey Village sells a dizzying array of take-home foods: wine and cheese, salads and sandwiches, pastas and pizzas, barbecue and seafood — even sushi.

Or, if you prefer, you can eat there. During the day, you can carry your ready-to-eat food to a table in the bistro area (below right), although there’s no service available. In the evenings, however, the bistro becomes a full-service restaurant.

But be warned, dinner prices can be considerably higher — $14 for lemon herb rotisserie chicken with rice and vegetables, and a whopping $25 for a beef filet with asparagus and whipped potatoes. Neither entrée was impressive — not bad, but not much better than my local grocery store offerings.

In the future, I’d definitely stop by Dish for lunch if I were in the area. For a sit-down dinner, though, it’s a little too pricey for me. Maybe if they started a “triple coupons” day.

i would love to come back here again to try their breakfast menu.
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