- General Info:
- Bandera is a full-service restaurant that offers a variety of food and beverage items. The restaurant s menu includes a variety of starters, sides, desserts, salads, entrees, beverages and sandwiches. It additionally offers a selection of wines, such as chardonnay, cabernet, pinot noir and merlot. Bandera is located in Scottsdale, Ariz., and is owned and operated by Los Angeles-based Hillstone Restaurant Group. The group was founded in 1976 and operates restaurants at various locations throughout the United States.
- Extra Phones:
Phone: (480) 425-8646
Phone: (602) 257-5700
- Payment method:
- master card, visa, amex, discover
- Monterey Arcadia, Old Town Scottsdale, Downtown Scottsdale
- Restaurants, American Restaurants, Bar & Grills, Continental Restaurants, Dessert Restaurants, Family Style Restaurants, Sandwich Shops, Ice Cream & Frozen Desserts
- Other Information:
Cuisines: American, Fast Food, European, Continental
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Alcohol: Full Bar
Parking: Street, Lot, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Average
02/25/2010Provided by Citysearch -
I was with a group of professional colleagues who were in town from all parts of the globe, that include London, Miami, Chicago, New York, Dallas & Los Angeles. This is the first time we all ever visited this restaurant and was looking forward to the food after a long day of sales calls. To my utter shock, when we were seated after waiting in the bar, I was instructed to remove my hat. Coming to Arizona for a week, we all bought western attire, including a cowboy hat. I first thought that my colleagues were playing a prank on me. But, after speaking with the GM, Sarah Feely, she insisted on sticking by company policy and refused service. Embarrassed, I left my colleagues while they dined and walked to the Schlotzsky's deli.
Therefore, I CANNOT RECOMMEND this establishment for a policy that applied in the 18th century. Not the 21st.
07/25/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Ok, but not just the ribs. The ceasar salad is delish. The cornbread is sweet and spicy (i think jalepenos). Not to mention the service is friendly, personal and NOT pushy! Our server's name was Miles... I hope they are all as good as him! I'm sure they are...
11/03/2006Provided by Citysearch -
If you are yearning for the best skillet cornbread, visit Bandera! I was recently diagnosed with lactose-intolerance, but this is not the reason I've stopped going to Bandera for my cornbread fix... no, I stopped going because the last time I went, I ate a whole piece (6-inch diameter?) PLUS a quarter of a second one! I've given up cheeses, delectable desserts (brownie obsession; white chocolate, chocolate, and rum bread puddings; pumpkin cheesecakes; and tiramisu!), NYPD calzones, Nello's pizzas, and crabcakes because of my intolerance, but I'll gladly suffer for Bandera's cornbread anytime--I just need someone else to share an order with.
Honestly, I've visited only four times, and I've ordered the cornbread each time, so I haven't been able to sample much of anything else. I have tried the rotisserie chicken sandwich (with cornbread substituting for my side dish!). Highly recommended. The enchilada is also very good. The coworker who recommended my trying the cornbread also told me to try the smoked salmon appetizer... I'll have to take his word for it, because I know that if I ever make my way to Old Town Scottsdale's Bandera, it'll only be for one thing...