If you’re looking for a new place to support the local restaurant and craft brewery scene then Scottsdale’s newest craft beer bar, Craft 64, should definitely be next on your must-visit list. Housed in one of Old Town's oldest standing houses, Craft 64 features a comfortable neighborhood atmosphere with a secluded and relaxing patio. But the goodness doesn’t just end there. Craft 64 has 36 tap handles including SanTan, Four Peaks, Cartel, Huss, Historic, Borderlands and Prescott plus more than 50 cans and bottles of beer made locally in Arizona. Under the watchful eye of local beer expert James Swann, the tap list is updated daily with seasonal offerings as well as hard to get rare beers and small batches from local breweries. Wine drinkers will find diverse varietals in Sommelier Josh Ivey's selections. If you really want to know what the Craft 64 buzz is about then you must experience the magic that is a perfect pairing of local brews and their amazing wood fired artisan pizza offerings, which are made from scratch from local, fresh ingredients. Head chef, Horacio “Lachos” Hernandez, whips up flavorful creations like the Fico pizza – made with fresh mozzarella, buratta, parmigiano reggiano, truffle oil, arugula and fig sauce. Lachos is a seasoned chef, having spent 17 years making pizza at Arizona’s foremost popular pizzeria.
Craft 64 is open daily from 11 a.m. – 11 p.m. and is located at 6922 E. Main Street in Old Town Scottsdale, just east of Hotel Valley Ho. For more information visit Craft 64 online at www.craft64.com.
Written by Somlynn Rorie