Spotlighting: Cartwright’s Sonoran Ranch House

Cartwright’s Sonoran Ranch House: Honoring the spirit of Arizona’s ranching days.

Cartwright’s Sonoran Ranch House honors the spirit of Arizona’s ranching days with rustic yet upscale dining. Located on Saguaro Hill and overlooking Black Mountain and the Sonoran desert foothills, the restaurant’s ambience inside is as captivating as the setting outside.

At Cartwright’s Sonoran Ranch House, a hacienda style dining room, enclosed patio and private wine room boast artistic touches such as straw-packed walls, sandstone and slate accents, woodwork from local mesquite, and a wood-burning fireplace in each room.

The interior recalls the original ranch house built by Jackson (Manford) Cartwright in the early 1900s. His father, “Red” Cartwright, was a pioneering cattle rancher in Cave Creek in the late 1800s. The family ranch operated for three generations and more than a century, and is still in use today.

Chefs continue this tradition with all-natural meats, including Arizona beef, Colorado range-fed lamb, and North American elk and buffalo slow-cooked over a crackling mesquite wood fire. Also enjoy fresh seafood, house-made bread and desserts, a Wine Spectator Award-winning wine list and fine whiskies, bourbons and Scotches.

Cartwright’s is available for private events and off-site catering. Reservations are recommended.

Cartwright’s Sonoran Ranch House
6710 E. Cave Creek Road
Cave Creek, AZ 85331
Phone: 480-488-8031
Website: CartwrightsSonoranRanchHouse.com

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