Kazimierz World Wine Bar: Where Scottsdale blondes turn down European snobs & you get good late night eats
If you’re looking for something a little more substantial than a convenience store hot dog, a drive through taco stand or greasy diner food for a late dinner on that Scottsdale golf trip, there are a few more options than you might expect. Kazimierz World Wine Bar on the trendy downtown Stetson Drive (right off Scottsdale Road) is one of the best.
They don’t quite have the New York late night dining thing down. If you show up at 10:30 and order a full meal with your wine, they might tell you how the chef needs to round up a few of the ingredients out of a storage freezer. That it’s going to take a little extra time. Even though they’re supposed to be serving food till 1 a.m.
But they’ll still serve it to you no problem. And it’s good. Which is what counts. The goat cheese salad and flat bread pizzas (especially the Barossa) are particularly tasty.
To get this late night culinary experience, you need to be in the mood for a somewhat trendy place - though nowhere near as obnoxious as you can get in Scottsdale - where there’s a fair number of people who think they’re just so sophisticated to be drinking wine. And have the attitudes to go with it.
This can provide some great late-night dinner theater though.
She turned him down. Cold. As tip preserving-attempting-politely cold as possible, but nonetheless.
Later, she told us how he comes in almost every night and asks a different waitress to go with him to Vegas. If he gets the look he had on his face this night every time he gets turned down, you’re talking consistent high hilarity for any tableside spectators.
You’re not getting that at Denny’s. Though you will probably run into TravelGolf.com’s own Tim McDonald eating with Cheap Bastard sooner or later. Arguing Barbados and the flea markets with the best deal on used socks.
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