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Restaurant Part of Spectacular New 19,400 sq. ft. Clubhouse

The Adobe Bar & Grille, midtown Phoenix’s newest restaurant, will open on May 8 at the Arizona Biltmore Golf Club. The new eatery, a reimagined rendition of the Biltmore’s popular The Adobe Restaurant, will be open for breakfast, lunch and happy hour seven days a week, and dinner Wednesday – Sunday.

Executive Chef Richard Castricone’s menu will feature a mix of modern American favorites, including Steak & Crispy Frites, Grilled Atlantic Salmon, the Wagyu Burger and Osso Bucco Braised Pork Shank all on the dinner menu. Fans of the Biltmore’s former Adobe Restaurant will welcome the return of popular entrées, with Pancakes, Signature Cereal and the Double Eagle on the breakfast menu, plus the Reuben Sandwich, Adobe Burger and Biltmore Dog on the lunch menu.

An exciting addition to the iconic Biltmore neighborhood and the city’s culinary scene, the Adobe Bar & Grille is the centerpiece of the Club’s new 19,400 sq. ft. clubhouse. Whether seated at The Bar, in The Dining Room or on the expansive patio, guests of the Adobe Bar & Grille will be treated to beautiful views of the downtown Phoenix skyline and the new Estates Golf Course. Designed as a luxurious estate conversant with its immediate neighbors by Douglas Fredrikson, AIA, and Alexandra Lemos of Phoenix-based Douglas Fredrikson Architects, spaces in the new clubhouse are named for rooms one would find on an estate, including The Bar, The Dining Room, The Gallery, The Pantry, The Ballroom and The Balcony. Throughout the new clubhouse, Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired architecture blends with a modern southwest design, incorporating notable elements of the neighboring Arizona Biltmore Resort, including the signature concrete Biltmore block prominent in the resort’s design, and recovered materials from the former Adobe Restaurant serving as a nod to the property’s celebrated history.

3TV Phoenix’s Morning Show crew recently visited with us and broadcast live from the all-new Adobe Bar & Grille. Jerry Colangelo, a sports legend in Phoenix, was interviewed on camera about the upcoming opening of the restaurant, and he gave the live audience a brief tour of the many amenities guests will experience. We hope you’ll click on the video below to watch the interview courtesy of Arizona’s Family 3TV.

Estate-Worthy Guest Amenities

The Bar – A rectangle-shaped bar with an elegant quartz bar top and large communal tables serve as comfortable gathering spots for guests. Four large Renlita retractable doors open to a large patio and lawn with views of the Estates Course and downtown Phoenix. Multiple televisions above the bar will air games, tournaments and sporting events throughout the day.

The Dining Room – Contiguous from The Bar, the Adobe’s stylish Dining Room is comfortable and welcoming. Colorful adobe bricks add texture and symbolism to the space and help define the transition from bar to dining room. Guests get a glimpse of the kitchen through a large interior window. Longtime patrons of the former Adobe will recognize a section of the restaurant’s original blue flower ceiling above the new wine display. Multiple sliding doors open to patios creating indoor and outdoor dining options.

The Gallery – An estate-worthy private dining room for family, friends or business colleagues that pays homage to The Biltmore’s rich, multi-generational heritage as treasured photos adorn the walls. A marble fireplace adds an element of luxury to the room, while The Gallery’s copper-tiled ceiling is reminiscent of the vibrant ceiling found in the former Adobe bar.

The Piano Room – With its high-back booths, intimate lighting, luxurious fixtures and elegant piano, The Piano Room harkens back to the sophisticated steakhouses of the past, where deals were made and special occasions celebrated. Pianists tickling the ivories will provide a lounge-like atmosphere, regularly entertain guests and add ambiance to the dining experience.

The Pantry – A grab-and-go market, The Pantry offers easy breakfast and lunch options, after-dinner ice cream treats, bottles of wine or delicious grab ‘n go snacks any time of the day. Enjoy fresh coffee, pastries and sandwiches, hummus and lighter fare. With WiFi readily available, guests and Club members can check emails as they sip on a latte, while neighborhood hikers, bikers and joggers can enjoy a mid-workout snack and/or refreshment from The Pantry.

The Patio & The Lawn – Equipped with misting systems, heaters and firepits that allow the space to adapt with the seasons, The Patio is the ultimate place to hang-out, enjoy the views and dine al fresco. The adjacent Lawn is a fun, welcoming and family-friendly outdoor space accented by colorful landscaping and is ideal for games and fun events.

The Ballroom – The Ballroom offers 6,000 sq. ft. of beautifully designed event space with the flexibility and privacy to host unforgettable events, from intimate social events and weddings, large corporate and family celebrations, to pre- or post-golf gatherings for up to 300 guests. State-of-the-art sound and lighting systems provide guests with numerous audio and visual options. The Ballroom has its own entrance, is serviced through a dedicated catering kitchen and features a beautiful bar front etched with the famed Biltmore motif.

The Balcony – Available for small gatherings, The Balcony is the perfect perch to enjoy a dramatic Arizona sunset and watch the final groups of the day play the Estates Course’s 18th hole. Located above the Adobe Bar & Grille’s Dining Room, The Balcony has views of South Mountain, midtown Phoenix, The Wrigley Mansion to the west and Camelback Mountain to the east.

Golf Simulator – A state-of-the-art golf simulator can be rented by the hour and enjoyed by guests and Club Members. Golfers can choose to play 40-plus championship courses on the simulator, including Pebble Beach, Beth Page Black, Pinehurst and St. Andrews, or choose from a dozen golf-themed games.

In March 2023, the Arizona Biltmore Golf Club unveiled a new 19,500 sq. ft. golf shop building. Also designed by Douglas Fredrikson Architects, the golf shop includes retail and office space, member locker rooms, fitting rooms, and over 13,000 sq. ft. of underground golf cart storage. In November 2023, the Club’s new Estates Course opened for daily fee play. Named in honor of the iconic Biltmore neighborhood that surrounds the property, the Estates Course was designed by Scottsdale resident and five-time PGA TOUR champion Tom Lehman and sits on the site of the facility’s former Adobe Course. The Lehman Design team built new green complexes, added beautiful white sand bunkers, recontoured fairways and incorporated more variety and strategy for golfers.

JDM Partners’ significant investment in the reimagined Arizona Biltmore Golf Club followed years of consulting with neighbors, community stakeholders, the City of Phoenix and industry experts. The new clubhouse, golf shop and Estates Course complement the recent investments in the Arizona Biltmore Resort and Wrigley Mansion and bring the Arizona Biltmore Golf Club on par with these world-class facilities.