In the blast furnace called Scottsdale sits a classic Parisianstyle bistro that evokes the frenetic energy of New York City's Balthazar. This incredible disconnect in the Arizona desert quickly evaporates when you walk through the doors of Zinc Bistro. Inside, you're no longer in the Southwest. The 25-foot-long zinc bar, the black-and-white tiled floors, the chalkboard menu, the wicker chairs and lace curtains make French promises that Chef/Proprietor Matt Carter keeps. The ...

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