Arizona’s Prices

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With a brand name like “Arizona’s Steaks, Chops & Seafood”, consumers will not have any trouble determining the types of food and beverages offered at their restaurants. With Arizona’s menu prices, furthermore, busting your budget because of your patronage will be furthest from your mind.

Below are the latest Arizona’s menu prices.



Your choice of one side or substitute one Premium side for $2

Add a House or Caesar salad $5

BBQ Chicken Grill$15.00
Chicken Tenders Platter with 2 sides$17.00
Scottsdale Chicken$18.00
Denver Lamb Ribs with 2 sides & baked potato$22.00
Arizona's Original Recipe' Babyback Ribs with 2 sides or 1 premium side$25.00
Hickory Grilled "Atlantic" Salmon$21.00
Arizona's Fish & Chips$21.00
Tempura Fried Shrimp Platter$21.00
Jumbo Lump Crabcakes$30.00
Tempura Fried 'Cold Water' Lobster Tail1 Tail$24.00
Tempura Fried 'Cold Water' Lobster Tails2 Tails$48.00

Steaks & Chops

Served with House or Caesar salad and your choice of one side. Bone for your dog ~ No charge.

Arizona's Signature Sirloin$22.00
Mary Kathryn's Ribeye$33.00
Father Kino's Filet$31.00
Pork Chop$23.00
'Bone In' Ribeye$39.00
Add Shrimp Skewer$9.00
Add Crab Oscar$10.00
Add Crab Cake$15.00
Add Grilled Salmon$12.00
Add Lobster Tail$24.00

Aged Primed Rib

Our premier prime cut slowly roasted on the bone for extra flavor. House or Caesar salad, choice of one side.

Served after 5 p.m.

Aged Primed Rib10 oz.$30.00
Aged Primed Rib20 oz.$39.00

Burgers & Sandwiches

Our burgers & sandwiches are made from the freshest ingredients & your choice of one side item or substitute one Premium side for $2

Hickory Burger$12.00
Queso Burger$12.00
The Zane Grey$13.00
Marble Canyon Burger$13.00
Allen Street Special$12.00
Oak Street Chopped Pork Sandwich$13.00
Carnita's Arizona Club$13.00
Arizona Dip$13.00

Soups & Salads

Arizona’s homemade signature dressings: Buttermilk-Garlic, Honey- Mustard, Blue Cheese, 1000 Island, Basil Ranch, Balsamic Vinaigrette, Three-Herb Vinaigrette, & Honey-Lime Vinaigrette

Soup & Salad (House or Caesar)$12.00
Arizona's House Salad$10.00
Arizona's House Salad w/Entrée$5.00
Arizona's Caesar Salad$10.00
Arizona's Caesar Salad w/Entrée$5.00
Chopped Salad$11.00
Granny Smith Apple Salad$11.00
Hickory Grilled Chicken Salad$14.00
the Blue Door Salad$12.00
Pacific Ahi Tuna Salad$16.00
Vegetable Plate Salad$12.00
Add Whole Chicken Breast$7.00
Add Grilled Shrimp$9.00
Add Grilled Salmon$12.00


Add a House or Caesar Salad $5

Pasta Sedona$18.00
Hickory Grilled Chicken & Shrimp$21.00
Arizona Rustica$18.00

Small Plates

Great for sharing

French Fried Grits$8.00
Fish Tacos$10.00
Spinach & Artichoke Dip$11.00
Chipotle Calamari$11.00
Salmon Chips$11.00
Fish Basket$11.00
Tempura Shrimp Basket$12.00
Jumbo Lump Crabcake$15.00


House Cut French Fries$5.00
Garlic Mashed Potatoes$5.00
Oven baked Beans$5.00
Jalapeno Cheese Grits$5.00
Creamed Corn$5.00
Creamed Spinach$5.00
Seasonal Sauteed Veggies$5.00

Premium Sides

Black Beans & Brown Rice$6.00
Chorizo Mac-n-Cheese$6.00
Loaded Baked Potato$6.00
Sweet Potato Hash Browns$6.00
Thick Cut Onion Rings$6.00
Sauteed Spinach$6.00
Sauteed Asparagus$7.00


Handmade daily

Key Lime Pie$8.00
Fresh Baked Brownie$8.00
Arizona's Apple-Pecan Walnut Cobbler$8.00
Bread Pudding$9.00

Disclaimer: Prices shown above have been sourced from individual restaurant visits and other online sources. They may not cover recent changes. Contact the restaurant directly to find the exact pricing information.


On October 1995, Mark Craig and Kevin Cox opened their first restaurant with the Arizona’s brand in Greenville, South Carolina. The chain has grown by leaps and bounds since then with several locations across the United States, as well as a dozen contemporary Italian restaurants, Travinia Italian Kitchen, in South Carolina, North Carolina, Florida, and Virginia. The company itself is well-known for its active involvement in several advocacies as part of its corporate social responsibility program, such as support for the Pendleton Place Children’s Shelter and Mac Foundation; funds are raised from the annual Arizona Open.

What They’re Famous For

Arizona’s restaurants are best known for their use of USDA choice mid-western, grain-fed beef perfectly aged for a juicy, tender and flavorful bite. If you are a steak connoisseur, your first bite will reveal the perfect balance between succulent juices, tender textures, and excellent marbling with hints of hickory (i.e., the hand-cut beef are grilled over natural hickory wood). You can pair the world-class gourmet steak with delightful Idaho baked potatoes, fantastic soups made of chicken stock simmered for 8 hours, and genuine Reggiano Parmesan cheese.  You should order one of the premium liquors or refreshing freshly-squeezed fruit juices to complement the explosion of flavors in your mouth.  You have to try the more popular dishes, too, such as the Salmon Chips, Salmon and Jalapeno Grits, and Bread Pudding as well as the Witch’s Brew.

Why Eat Here

The best reason to eat at Arizona’s is the Bone in Ribeye, among the best steaks you will ever enjoy! The meat was tender with an almost melt-in-your-mouth quality while the sauce was the perfect complement to it. Your eyes will soak in the beautiful ambiance that made good conversations possible even in a packed place, not to mention the cleanliness of the restaurant from the entry to the restrooms. You may want to come on the weekends for the live music with bands playing a wide genre of music from jazz to pop without being too loud and too rowdy.  You will appreciate the friendly yet fast customer service with the wait staff apparently well-trained in the matter. Your payment of Arizona’s prices will be well worth the delightful dining experience, indeed!

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