OpenTable's Top 50 Restaurants in America With Most Scenic Views Include Two in Phoenix

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Who doesn't love a room with a view, let alone a restaurant with one.

Open Table, the online restaurant reservations provider, has identified the top 50 restaurants in America with the most scenic views. Two restaurants from the Valley make the cut -- which isn't bad considering that Open Table lists thousands of restaurants in every state.

Not surprising, the first of the two is The Compass Arizona Grill. Located atop the Hyatt Regency hotel downtown, it's Arizona's only revolving rooftop restaurant.

To see the second and the rest of the list, follow the jump.

The second Phoenix eatery to make Open Table's top 50 restaurants with the most scenic view is Different Pointe of View. Located in the Pointe Hilton and nestled among the hills of North Phoenix, Different Pointe of View lets diners eat 1,800 feet above the Valley.

What do you say scenic feasters? Any other restaurants you would have included? Let us know.

To see the complete list, go here.

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