J&G Steakhouse

Following a summer re-fresh, the award-winning fine dining restaurant, J&G Steakhouse at The Phoenician, unveiled a more contemporary look — as well as new seasonal food and drink menus — on September 11, 2018.

Inspired by the dramatic desert landscape just beyond J&G’s famed floor-to-ceiling window walls, the stylish interior features new flooring, furnishings and decor, including a striking glass teardrop chandelier suspended over the lounge’s rich red onyx stone bar-top.  With refinished fire pits, expanded seating on modern “string” chairs and the addition of ceiling fans, the scenic outdoor patio has also been transformed, serving as a year-round alfresco dining destination.

New menu items such as the Wagyu Tomahawk Ribeye, Rack of Lamb and Alaskan King Crab Legs are matched by innovative twists on a variety of cocktail classics, such as the Fiery Mandarin, a spicy take on the traditional Cosmo.

For reservations, click here or call 480 214 8000.

Hours of Operation:
Dinner*
Sunday – Thursday, 5:00pm – 9:00pm
Friday – Saturday, 5:00pm – 10:00pm

Live Entertainment
Friday & Saturday 7:00pm – 10:00pm

*Holiday hours subject to change


Culinary Countdown

MAY 27 – SEPTEMBER 19, 2019

The return of our annual summer menu series highlights specials from each of our signature restaurants with specially priced menus starting with J&G Steakhouse’s $45 menu, Afternoon Tea’s $35 menu and Mowry & Cotton’s Bottle and Board menu at $25.


Private Dining

J&G Steakhouse is the perfect spot for your next celebration, whether it be a birthday, anniversary, company dinner, or date night our delicious food and stunning views of the Valley will leave you in awe.


Chef Jacques Qualin

Acclaimed as a “master of his art,” Jacques Qualin returns to the Jean-Georges family, where in 1998 he served as First Sous Chef at the now legendary Five Diamond/Five Star Jean Georges in New York. His previous roles have included Chef de Partie at Restaurant La Marée and Restaurant Taillevent in Paris, as well as Executive Chef at New York’s Le Périgord.