*** The Mesquite Grill Is Closed Until Further Notice ***
To minimize the risk to our community, the Tonto Verde Homeowner's Association has decided to close the Mesquite Grill Restaurant. We are actively monitoring the situation surrounding the global pandemic and spread of COVID-19 Coronavirus. As these challenges further develop, we will continue to rely on guidance and recommendations from local health authorities and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to shape our policies moving forward. We sincerely apologize for this inconvenience and are grateful for the patronage you have shown us over the years. We look forward to having you dine with us again soon and know that together, we will get through these uncertain times.
Voted one of the top al fresco dining spots in the nation, the Mesquite Grill is sure to delight your palate and ensure you’ll return because of our extraordinary views and service. While owned by our homeowners, the restaurant is open to all. Our culinary team invites you to experience our global cuisine with a southwest flair in our casually elegant setting.
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Clubhouse Dining Experiences
With seating for over 75 on our patios, guests enjoy views of the mountains, lake, and our 18-hole natural grass putting course. The resident bald eagles enjoy flying by the lake on occasion. If your timing is right, you may catch them fishing for their next meal!
Cimarron Dining Room
The Cimarron Dining Room offers diners a quieter, more elegant option, while enjoying the same menu. It showcases a warm, wooden beamed ceiling, iron chandeliers, soft lighting and cozy booths. Floor to ceiling sliding glass doors open to an additional heated and covered patio.
Dining options include the Mesquite Bar & Grill with its open wood trusses and cozy booths, as well as outdoor dining terraces, all of which create a wonderful casual dining experience. The Mesquite Bar features a Happy Hour menu from 3 PM - 5 PM and complimentary snacks to enjoy.
Meet Chef Chris FalconerOriginally from Northern California's wine country, Chef Chris has traveled from Hawaii to Switzerland training and growing his food passion. After graduating from the California Culinary Academy in San Francisco as the youngest student in their history, Chris surged forward to an apprentice program at The Kenwood Restaurant under the direct supervision of Chef/Owner Max Schacher. Chris attributes his entrepreneurial drive to Chef Max and Chef/Owner Michael Quigley of Cafe Lolo where he obtained his first kitchen position as a Chef.
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