Buck & Rider restaurant to expand in north Scottsdale

Apr 3, 2021, 4:00 PM | Updated: 8:10 pm
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PHOENIX- Fresh seafood restaurant Buck & Rider is expanding in the Valley with a new location coming to north Scottsdale.

Well-known for flying in fresh seafood directly from the coasts, Buck & Rider will be making its way to the southeast corner of Scottsdale Road and Mayo Blvd., according to a press release by LGO hospitality.

Currently, the restaurant has a single Arizona location in Arcadia, which was established in 2015.

“We utilize the freshest and most immaculate ingredients and apply exactness in cooking so that interference with the natural elements of the food is minimal and truly celebrate the ingredients,” Emily Collins of LGO Hospitality said.

Posted by Buck &Rider on Wednesday, December 23, 2020

About a year out from opening, Buck & Rider’s newest location hopes to host a celebratory grand opening.

Serving lunch, dinner, happy hour and brunch with live music, guests have a variety of appetizers and cocktails to chose from. Some of the appetizers includes voodoo fried rice, baja shrimp ceviche, steak tartar, ahi tuna crispy rice, hand-rolled sushi and smoked trout dip, according to the release.

“Opening an authentic Buck & Rider location in Scottsdale gives us the ability to share our vitality, vim and vigor with the local community,” Collin said in the release. “Our goal has always been to bring the freshest seafood possible to Phoenix.”

The new Scottsdale location will reflect the Buck & Rider style that continually attracts a young-minded discerning crowd, according to the release, and will feature a full patio and outdoor bar with architecture by prominent local architect Cathy Hayes.

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Buck & Rider restaurant to expand in north Scottsdale