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Buck &Rider in Arcadia Is Now Open — Here's the Dinner Menu

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Buck &Rider, the upscale-casual seafood restaurant from La Grande Orange Hospitality, is now open for dinner. The restaurant is located at 4225 East Camelback Road in Phoenix and — as of last night — is serving dinner daily from 4 p.m. to close.

The dinner menu can be viewed below and includes three main categories: raw bar, rolled sushi, and plated provisions. Buck &Rider also serves fresh oysters and eight sushi rolls with non-traditional ingredient combinations such as crab with macadamia and shiso, lobster with mango and Fresno chiles, and tuna with asparagus and chives.

LGO wine curator Kimber Stonehouse created the Buck &Rider wine list. The restaurant will also serve cocktails and offer six beers on tap. Happy hour will be offered form 4 to 6 p.m. and will include $6 well drinks, signature cocktails, draft beer, and selected glasses of wine.

The Buck &Rider building, which took over the southeast corner of 44th Street and Camelback Road, is inspired by a house in a beach town in Australia and includes an open kitchen, large dining room, and a patio that offers views of Camelback Mountain.

Buck &Rider is the latest restaurant to come from LGO Hospitality, which owns several restaurants in the Arcadia neighborhood including La Grande Orange Pizzeria and Grocery, Chelsea's Kitchen, and Ingo's Tasty Food.  

Buck &Rider
4225 E. Camelback Road
602-346-0110
www.buckandrider.com

4 to 11 p.m. Monday through Thursday
4 p.m. to midnight Friday and Saturday
4 to 10 p.m. Saturday

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