Wednesday, December 30, 2009

New Restaurants at Ritz-Carlton, Dove Mountain

Posted By on Wed, Dec 30, 2009 at 2:53 PM

The new Ritz-Carlton, Dove Mountain (15000 N. Secret Springs Drive, Marana)—which opened Friday, Dec. 18, with a ceremony that included an address by Gov. Jan Brewer and the release of 72 white doves—has three new restaurants that are open to the public.

Check out CORE Kitchen and Wine Bar here.

Information about Ignite, a fire-themed lounge that serves a flaming ginger margarita and a Cholula martini, can be found here.

Or you can cool off at the poolside Turquesa Latin Grill. Think quesadillas, seafood salads, sonoran hot dogs and other casual, Latin-themed fare. They serve margaritas and other signature cocktails, too. All the details are here.

Cayton's is also located there, but they've been open for a while. Check out the Weekly's review here.

Technically, there's another little restaurant there too, but it sounds like it's mainly geared toward resort guests. It's called TO/GO, and all the info about it is here.

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