It wasn’t that long ago that horse rails lined the streets in Old Town Scottsdale, so a restaurant called Cowboy Ciao was hardly out of place. But now owner Peter Kesperski has opened Kazimierz, which shares with Cowboy Ciao one of the most entertaining wine lists in the country. KazBar (for short) blends the dark, plush interior of a speakeasy with the rough edges of the Southwest. The diverse menu offers antojitos, noshes and sushi designed to accompany particular wines, while featured drinks include martinis with Domaine Charbay or Pearl vodkas, a Double-Dutch Gibson (with an onion-stuffed olive) and the Squirrel Nut Zipper.
This review appears in the print edition of the February 2006 issue. Like what you just read? Subscribe now.
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