You may notice some changes happening at the JW Marriott Starr Pass Resort’s Signature Grill (3800 W. Starr Pass Blvd.). Not only has the space been completely revamped with updated décor to highlight the rustic Southwestern cuisine, but the menus themselves got an overhaul as well. In addition to the luxe wood and leather furnishings, a large mural on the restaurant’s ceiling, painted by local artist Ignacio Garcia, is meant to emulate the desert sunset. A chef’s counter and chalkboard wall on the inside and fire pits and lounge seating on the patio are also meant to draw new guests.
Although chef Danny Perez
’s menu is still focusing on delivering a mix of Mexican, Native American and “cowboy” culinary traditions, the appetizer section is made to encourage a sort of communal tapas-style dining with mix-and-match small plates. The restaurant is also offering a selection of breakfast and dinner cocktails, each with their own menu, made with infused liquors, bitters and gastriques all done in-house. You can check out all that’s new at the Signature Grill now. The restaurant inside of the JW Marriott Starr Pass Resort is open daily from 6:30 a.m. until 10 p.m.