BlueFire Grill at Hilton Scottsdale Resort Got a New Chef and a New Look

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As of last month, BlueFire Grill at the Hilton Scottsdale Resort has a new look and new executive chef. Chef Patrick Doyle has already introduced a "Southwestern-inspired menu" at the newly remodeled restaurant, 6333 North Scottsdale Road, on Scottsdale Road just south of Lincoln Drive. 

Doyle's new menu includes focuses on using local ingredients and creating "a heightened cultural experience for diners," according to a press release. Look for dishes such as Southwest salad, Black & Blue Filet Mignon Desert Flat, and roasted vegetable enchiladas. 

Mixologist Ryan Newell also has created a new cocktail menu, which includes options such as a Grown-Up Arnold Palmer, Acai Margarita, and a Spiked Sangria. 

The restaurant's updated design is part of a $5 million refresh to the entire resort, which will be completed this spring. Changes to the resort's signature restaurant include an expanded bar and open layout that allows direct access between the dining room and patio. 

For more information, check the Hilton Scottsdale Resort website

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