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The Capital Grille

2502 E. Camelback Rd. (24th St.) Send to Phone
602-952-8900 | Make Restaurant Reservations | Menu
This corporate steakhouse is a good place to make deals or see and be seen.
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Lunch Mon.-Fri., Dinner nightly
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The Capital Grille Restaurant Review

: Expect high energy at this corporate steakhouse, where rich woods and oil paintings collide with crisp black booths, geometric light fixtures and an exhibition kitchen to create a cluttered but classy atmosphere that smells of old money and new. By mid-afternoon, the Grille's bar is jammed with movers and shakers, chatting up clients via cell phone or wooing them over martinis. Frankly, the steaks, dry-aged on the premises, aren't half as interesting as the customers who eat them. Nevertheless, there are reasons to give The Capital Grille a whirl, and the wine list would be one of them. Appetizers of smoked Norwegian salmon and pan-fried calamari with hot cherry peppers are good too, as is lunchtime's fat cheeseburger. And if you think flourless chocolate cake is a been-there, ate-that situation, you haven't tried The Capital Grille's intense espresso rendition.

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Capital Grille at the Biltmore - Horrible Service!
by crankypants_phoenix on Fri Jan 27, 2012 10:06 pm
 
The doors were opened for us by some nice-looking young men and we were seated right away. So far, so good, we thought…

Unfortunately, once we were seated the problem started. After pushing the Pineapple Martini on me (no drink menu provided) our blonde ponytailed server came back for our order. I had already eaten a very late lunch but my husband was starving – so I planned to order light and my husband was going to go for one of the many heavy protein items on the menu. After my husband ordered a bottle of Cabernet and some fried squid (the so-called Pan-Fried Calamari with Hot Cherry Peppers), we placed our orders for the meal. He ordered the Roasted Chicken and two sides – Grilled Asparagus and Parmesan Truffle Fries. I ordered the Lobster Bisque and the Wedge Salad as my main course.

As soon as she realized I ordered the Wedge Salad as my main course, our server was visibly miffed. Apparently, she thought I was a “cheap dateâ€
 
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