a place to unite around tradition
Hearth ’61 serves seasonal American fare that is rich in tradition. Renowned Chef Charles Wiley takes his inspiration from the beautiful flavors of local and organic ingredients, crafting food that is delightful in its simplicity. From dine-in service to curbside pickup, there are plenty of ways to enjoy our ingredient-driven dishes and award-winning wine selection. The safety and wellbeing of our guests and employees continue to be of the utmost importance to all of us at Mountain Shadows. Learn more about our Pristine Clean program, created to ensure a safe and welcoming dining experience for your next visit.
"Best New Restaurants of 2017" & "3 Best New Chefs" (Alfred Muro) - PHOENIX Magazine
"Top 10 Restaurant Dishes of Arizona 2017" (honorable mention) - The Arizona Republic
"10 Best Dishes of 2017" - Phoenix New Times
"The Most Beautifully Designed Bar in Arizona" - Architectural Digest
On May 24, 1961, Paradise Valley officially became an incorporated town. Residents prided themselves on the quality of life, majestic desert scenery and opportunities for a peaceful existence. Since then, the town’s citizens have continued to preserve the area’s natural beauty and ensure every business makes a positive impact.
Hearth ’61 honors the origins of Paradise Valley by encouraging the community to gather around delicious food and good times. It allows guests to slow down and take in magnificent views while enjoying ingredient-driven cuisine and time-honored cooking styles. The menu and setting have may changed, but Hearth ’61 taps into the ambiance and energy of the resort’s original restaurant.