European, French, International, Banquet/Party Room, Catering, Outdoor Seating, Romantic, Smoking/Non Smoking, TV/Satellite, Wheelchair Access, Wi-Fi/Internet Access, Dinner, Happy Hour, Lunch
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Restaurant DescriptionSophie's French Bistro represents a true sense of fine romantic white tablecloth dining with a hint of flair, professional service and an authentic French menu that will send one's palate into orbit.
Built in 1944, the converted cottage is decorated with bright white walls and various art works, mostly featuring various French landscapes. White lace curtains adorned the windows and the tables are dressed with white tablecloths, a small vases of flowers and votive candles. Dine in comfort inside, or on the cozy outdoor patio
On Tuesdays, ladies can enjoy Â½ price wine by the glass from 4:30 to 7:00pm in the lounge or on the patio and every Friday the bar appetizers are half priced with the same seating restriction.
A La Carte Catering is backed by 24 years of experience in the restaurant and food preparation field. A La Carte Catering caters to many fine events in the valley, including corporate catering for United Artist, Delta Airlines and the Arizona Supreme Court just to name a few. Prepared by schools in Washington D.C. and San Francisco, it is no wonder why A La Carte Catering uses only high quality foods. A La Carte Catering's staff is highly trained, professional and the quality is beyond a standard of excellence. A La Carte Catering uses only the freshest of ingredients with no canned foods. A La Carte Catering looks forward to catering to your next Corporate Lunch, Holiday Party, Picnic, Wedding and many more! Click Here for complete Catering details.
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This place is great. I wish there were more locations so that we could go there more often! It's my favorite place to go across town for.
While this is listed as a French (sic) style restaurant, it is not much more than a burger, salad, American cafe. Lots of stainless steel and music far too loud. Not for kids. Brews are generally good but too expensive. There is an outdoor patio for ...
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