Duplicated across the country in cities like LA and Miami as well as New York, BLT isn’t your usual formula chain restaurant with mass-produced look however duplicated around the country. The Scottsdale outpost of BLT comes via the Camelback Inn, a J.W. Marriott Resort, inside an airy dining room of white-paneled windows suspended in creamy chandeliers and hardwood floors that bring a decidedly modern-feel to the traditional steakhouse. Shiny hardwood floors and wood tabletops bring a utilitarian vibe to black chalkboards scribbled in daily specials and cow drawing that explains which cut of meat comes for which part of the cow. <br />
Meals begin with perhaps that best thing that ever comes out of the BLT kitchen, a gigantic popover with bubbling Gruyere served with pot of chicken liver pate that’s sinfully delicious. Appetizers include a tuna tartare with avocado-lime dressing and side-worthy accompaniments like grilled asparagus, stuffed mushroom caps and hash browns in small cast-iron pans. Mostly about its steaks, BLT offers an enormous variety of cuts including American Wagyu and Japanese Kobe beef, each served sizzling with herb butter in a cast-iron pan. The menu is organized by category and matches main courses with corresponding sauces such as peppercorn, horseradish or bearnaise.
Don’t miss out on the incredible sides like the creamy spinach, tower of onion rings and 8-way potatoes.