Note: The Other Place on Lincoln, just west of Scottsdale Road was converted to REM, owned by Robert McGrath, but it never opened. So this review is out dated, but preserved for future reference.
If you have your eye out for a great tasting steak we suggest The Other Place. This restaurant known to Paradise Valley residents for almost 30 years cooks up some delightful evenings.
This restaurant got its name after Dale Anderson opened his second restaurant, and before a name could be chosen everybody kept referring to it as “the other place” and that’s how it got its name.
Start your evening with the famous Gazpacho soup (tomato and vegetable soup served cold) which is better than anywhere else. All courses come with the Gazpacho soup or Clam Chowder and a fantastic house salad.
While you’re eating, your main entrée is cooking. We tried the Teriyaki Steak and the Three Medallions plate. Both had excellent flavor and come with potatoes or rice.
Afterwards try the Kiwi Pie or the Pecan Pie with ice cream.
How much? Entrees start at $17 and as high as $25.
Where? 7101 East Lincoln Drive. You’ll find it
Atmosphere? Quiet evening dinner in an old converted home with a fireplace and tile floors.
When? Open for lunch and dinner (known for dinner)
Reviewer: Chris Tingom