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J&G Steakhouse at The Phoenician

  • 6000 E. Camelback Road The Phoenician Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    • Phone: (480) 214-8000
    • Fax: (480) 214-8001
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J&G Steakhouse offers a sophisticated collection of steakhouse classics as interpreted by Michelin starred chef, Jean-Georges Vongerichten. Located atop The Phoenician, the restaurant is draped in a rich palate of purple and gold with a modern, stylish flair. Diners will enjoy dramatic sunsets and views of the Valley while dining on premium meats and a global selection of fish. The bill of fare is complimented by fresh, local ingredients and worldly spices and is masterfully executed by Chef de Cuisine Jacques Qualin.

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  • Hours of Operation: General Hours: 7-days Breakfast Hours: Lunch Hours: Dinner Hours: 5 p.m.-10 p.m.
  • Miles to Downtown Phoenix: 11
  • Miles to Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport: 8
  • Green/Sustainable Practices:
  • AAA Rating: Four Diamond
  • Forbes Star Rating: Not Rated by Forbes
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  • Average Entrée Cost: $20-$39
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  • Chef Name: Jacques Qualin
  • Chef Bio: A renowned chef in his own right, Jacques Qualin was handpicked by the world-famous chef and restaurateur, Jean-Georges Vongerichten, to serve as the Chef de Cuisine at J&G Steakhouse. A native of the Franche-Comté region of France, Qualin first teamed up with Jean-Georges at his legendary namesake restaurant in NYC before moving to Arizona in 2009 to open J&G Steakhouse at The Phoenician. An avid outdoorsman, Qualin takes pride in preparing and serving the finest cuts of meats and seafood at J&G Steakhouse, accented with freshest seasonal ingredients and bold Asian and American flavors. Hailing from France’s rustic, rural Franche-Comté region, J&G’s Chef de Cuisine, Jacques Qualin started his career with hotel kitchen apprenticeship at age 16, before being lured to the bright lights of Paris to study under Michelin-rated chef Michel de Matteis. After landing a post at the prestigious three-star Restaurant Taillevent, described by The New York Times as, “the best in Paris, if not all of France,” Qualin learned under celebrated chef Claude DeLigne before jumping the pond in to work for another French icon — Daniel Boulud at New York’s Le Cirque. Eventually Qualin’s considerable culinary talent captured the attention of Jean-Georges Vongerichten, who hired him to serve as First Sous-chef at Vongerichten’s AAA Five Diamond and Mobil Five Star Jean Georges Restaurant, the restaurant that launched Vongerichten’s growing empire. After leaving to helm his own fine-dining restaurant in upstate New York, Qualin returned to the Vongerichten fold, happy to collaborate once again with his friend and to head up the Valley’s best steakhouse.
Facility Info
  • Reception Capacity 505
  • Audio true
  • Max Banquet Capacity 300
  • Outdoor Banquet Capacity 30
  • Motorcoach Friendly true
  • Facility Buyout Allowed true
  • Miles to Phoenix Convention Center 11
  • Outside Entertainment Allowed true
  • In-House Catering true
  • Total Sq. Ft. Meeting Space, Outdoor 0
  • Private Room Reception Capacity 80
  • Private Dining Room Available true
  • Max Reception Capacity 505
  • Outdoor Reception Capacity 100
  • Private Room Banquet Capacity 64
  • Total Sq. Ft. Meeting Space, Indoor+Outdoor 0
  • Visual true
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  • Banquet Capacity 300