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  • C T.

    Doesn't matter what food tastes like at this point. I am content and happy with this place. Quirky location, old restored house. Best for small groups 2-4. Staff laid back and friendly. Menu looks promising. Wine tastes great, bartender was helpful and knowledgeable about wine choices. good easy music, not so loud you can't visit. Came early hours, 3ish- so can't speak to wait time or ease of getting seat during later hours. Happy Hour from 11-6, nice. Wish it was in my neighborhood. Most of the seating are bar stools, a few tables with chairs. Respectable beer list. I will return. Okay.....have tried the food. Yes a winner!!! Bread to die for

    (5)
  • Andrew L.

    I like this place for its' location and ambiance. The staff has always been very friendly and knowledgeable and the food has always been above average. Just about my only complaint is their "seat yourself" policy, which can create a bad experience if you are with a large party or if the place is crowded. Overall I would recommend this place, nice beer selection and solid food with great atmosphere.

    (4)
  • Roscelle S.

    Came in for dinner with co-workers. Ordered: - burratta cheese with bread- the cheese was melt in your mouth and the bread was perfectly crispy - fingerling potatoes appetizer- the mustard aioli was perfectly seasoned as well as the potatoes. Crunchy on the outside but soft on the inside. - earl flat bread- The crust was perfectly crispy and it held its own but a little salty. The sausage had a great flavor. The flat bread all in all was good. Great portion size. Very cute unassuming place. I'd go back again and try other things on the menu for sure!

    (4)
  • Anthony W.

    This little spot, tucked away on the edges of the Midtown Museum District and Willo neighborhoods is absolutely everything you want in a neighborhood dining/drinking spot. Nothing is bad.... Nothing at all. 1) the food is fantastic, everything on the menu is great... I know... I've had each item. 2) the beer and wine selection is top-notch. The beers are not your normal run of the mill, but craft brewery small batch and specialties. The wine is great and the selections are plentiful. 3) the atmosphere is great with downtempo music in the background, open view kitchen and great outdoor area for the cooler days and nights. Most importantly.... 4) the staff are amazing, friendly, and know their regulars. Dylan and Michelle are amazing and have a great concept that is just perfect. It's not uncommon for them to get really busy and the staff is small... So be patient.

    (5)
  • Tony L.

    We used to eat at Portlands, and we where thrilled to find them here, we meet a friend for lunch and had a great time. The food was on point, and the atmosphere was very comfortable. Can't wait to get back.

    (5)
  • Mark C.

    First off, this is a fantastic space. An old 1940's home that has been repurposed into a fun, eclectic neighborhood haunt. The old Vaughn residence actually contains two restaurant spaces. The south section is an indoor seating area & coffee spot for Rollover Doughnuts (the doughnut kiosk itself is right next door), while the north section of the building is devoted to Oven & Vine. I'd been here before for Rollover, but not Oven & Vine. Remember the old Portland's restaurant on Central & Portland? Well, after that operation shut down the owners moved into this space instead. Admittedly part of my delay in coming here was specifically because I wasn't a huge fan of Portland's. The restaurant location was awesome, but the food was overpriced for what it was and the decor just didn't mesh well with the neighborhood (in my opinion). In Oven & Vine, the old Portland's owners now have not only a more intimate space, but one that allows them to be more creative too. I decided to give it a try during Happy Hour on a Tuesday. When I walked in the main entrance (northwest corner of the building by the way), I was immediately greeted warmly by the bartender up front. On your left is the bar with the beer and wine selection as well as a chalkboard listing the wine of the day. On your right is the sitdown area which is evenly split between high top tables and sit down tables, separated by an open wall with more high top seating in the middle. The windows on the east side of the building can be opened up to the outside with additional bar seating and a very pleasant looking pocket park with adirondack chairs and even a game of corn hole. Today it was 110 outside so the windows thankfully were shut. You seat yourself where ever here as there's no host or hostess. I grabbed a spot at the bar this go around (which offers a great view of the open kitchen). For happy hour its $2 off wine glasses, $1 off draft beers, and $1 off apps. I started off with a glass of their Force of Nature Red Syrah Blend. I'm a Syrah fan so this suited me quite nicely. The Au Gratin Potato appetizer seemed to be a popular pick among some of the Yelpers so I went with that as my appetizer. The presentation resembled that of a pastry and was delicious from the first bite. They blend of bunch of different cheeses into this rendition and the potatoes were super creamy but firm. Thumbs up for this starter. Their main dishes primarily consist of flatbreads so I decided to go with the Prosciutto Pesto. Liberal amount of pesto sauce covered with mozzarella and pieces of prosciutto. Another tasty creation and I loved the pesto, but have to admit I would've liked a little more prosciutto. There was enough to let you know it was there, but just barely. For dessert, I went with their housemade chocolate torte. It was certainly rich and dense as their menu advertised, though perhaps a tad dry. I've had excellent chocolate tortes elsewhere and while this one certainly had chocolate flavor in abundance, it wasn't as creamy on the inside as I've had elsewhere. Still, a pretty enjoyable dish. Total cost for the wine, the food, tax, and tip came to about $40. Pricey? Perhaps a dollar here or there. Though I know Oven & Vine locally sources most of their ingredients so I know there's a premium for that. On the whole, I was pretty impressed. The owners of Portland's have improved a bit on their food menu and have chosen a much better space from which to showcase it. During the non-summer months I would absolutely come here for some drinks and some corn hole on the lawn. Most of what Oven & Vine brings to the table isn't necessarily new or something you wouldn't find elsewhere, but they deliver it in a casual, welcoming environment that I feel almost anyone would enjoy. Historical preservation with a personality. Who knew?

    (4)
  • Alissa M.

    My husband and I decided to try something new last Friday and headed here. Initial impression- super cute! Nice grassy area out front with bags and giant jenga. It was raining the night we went, but in the future, the outside area would be a great place to enjoy some drinks and games. When we walked in, a waitress let us know it was open seating. I'm not too big on the community table concept, and the only space left was at the community table in the middle, but it ended up being okay. Our waiter was pretty quick with taking our orders and bringing our drinks. I ordered the green chili with an gratin potatoes and my husband got a flatbread. Unfortunately, it was downhill from there. My meal came out 45 minutes later, and my husband's came out almost one hour later. During the wait, the waiter stopped by once or twice to see if we needed refills but made no comment about the delay. When he brought my food out, he told my husband there was several flatbreads in the oven and his would be right out. Then about 5 minutes later, another waiter came by with a comped order of bread and olive oil. It was a nice thought but too little too late. How about brining me something to munch on while I'm waiting, not after I get my food? Also, the bread wasn't that great. I'm glad we didn't pay $3 for that. When my husband's food finally came out, we got a half hearted apology. Food wise, I liked my green chili but thought the potatoes were bland. My husband like his flatbread, but I thought it was too soggy. With our meals, one beer, one glass of wine, the night ended up being over $50. Considering the service we received, I feel that's quite a bit of money. I can deal with delays, but I expect the waiter to a) acknowledge it while I'm waiting and b) make an honest apology or offer some kind of discount. I'm hesitant to go back any time soon but I might give it another shot in the future. And on a random note, what's with the bathrooms? You know how you go to a cheesy steak house and instead of just saying "women" and "men" on the door it says something stupid like "cowgirls" and "cowboys"? Here, they went with a Flintstone theme and the bathrooms are marked "Pebbles" and "BamBam". How that ties into the restaurant at all, I have no idea.

    (3)
  • Jimmy P.

    Still 5. Feels like home. Also, bacontarian sandwich. Get it. Top 5 sandwich of my life.

    (5)
  • Leslie M.

    This place is too cute. There isn't much signage so just know it is an old house and the door is on the side close to the back. The caprese salad was so good and so fresh. The chicken Lasagna was... different. The flatbed pizza was amazing.

    (4)
  • Pablo P.

    Ronnie took care of us at the bar, where we had some fine Terrapura Pinot with chicken lasagna and short ribs with au gratin potatoes, all of which were awesome!

    (5)
  • Mo B.

    It started with two...then a third joined in...by the end of the night there were five of us sitting around a table that was fitting for maybe three people. We sat outside from dusk to the darkness of night laughing and carrying on as if we were in our own backyard. It was a Monday night so happy hour was light. The waitstaff did not seem to mind how we went on and on eating up our Prosciutto Rustico, Manchego and Burrata Mozzarella platter with fresh baked bread. And the beer went well with everything. There wasn't a bad choice on the list. But oh what a night to live again because for just a minute life was as simple and delicious as the food that was sitting on our plate.

    (4)
  • Fahira C.

    I finally made it to this super nice place that many of my friends recommended. It was exactly the way they described it if not even better. I went to meet up with my friend and we were both first timers, As soon as we entered premises, we were greeted by really friendly employee who worked at the bar area. She advised us that we can have a seat at any available table. We agreed on the table inside. The place was so cozy and has such a nice atmosphere. Both of us being born and raised in Europe, this kind of place made as feel just like home. Our server even had European roots. Funny, ha? He was super cool. Very welcoming and informative. He explained the menu, including the Happy Hour one. Also, he made sure to check on us during our entire stay. We "obviously" ordered some wine and some of their extremely delicious starters. Everything was great. Food was delicious and when it comes to wine, I never had one I did not like :) There is also patio outside and with beautiful Arizona weather, I can't think of a better way to go. Wine + Starters + Weather = Pure Happiness. Parking will not be an issue either, considering it is semi-downtown location.

    (5)
  • Jeremy P.

    I just read a Yelp review on this place wherein the author argued with the staff about whether the pizza had fresh mozzarella. I finally had the chance to eat here, and if I could sum it up in one sentence, it would be as follows: "There is no way in hell that was fresh mozzarella." That's really all there is to it. Honestly, I had high expectations going into this place. I'm a sucker for old buildings that are converted into restaurants. I also like restaurants that are not part of the Sam Fox Galactic Empire. This should have been a slam dunk. The flatbread crust (how hip of them to call it a flatbread instead of pizza!) has all the depth and texture of a piece of stale pita bread. The sauce was bland. We have already discussed the cheese. This is basically the Peter Piper Pizza of "artisan" pizza. The oven had a door on it. A door! One cannot cook a pizza in a properly heated oven if it has a door on it. I'm pretty sure they got their recipes and cooking techniques from an internet forum for Caucasian stay-at-home moms in Middle America. Besides the mediocrity of the pizza (excuse me, "flatbread"), the other problem I had with this place is that it took about ten minutes before the server/bartender asked me if perhaps I would like some food, or something. Maybe it's the norm for people to come here and not eat. In retrospect, maybe they're onto something. But hey, it's a cool space! I'll bet Sam Fox is pissed they stole his concept ("mediocre {TYPE OF CUISINE} in a hip space").

    (2)
  • Sarah H.

    Love the ambience of this spot. Cool outside area with games. Excellent beer selection. I really enjoy hanging out here for happy hour. Another old house turned into restaurant. Love the charm of these places.

    (5)
  • Shuree F.

    This hidden gem needs to be discovered! We had great beers and really good food. We had great service. The inside is a good spot to hang out. When the weather is cooler in Phoenix the back yard has many outdoor games with seating in in a grass and patio setting.

    (4)
  • ViVi S.

    I have the biggest crush on this place. In fact, we are having an intense love affair such that I was here at least three times within a week span. You just can't resist the charm of the place, the people, and of course the delish carbs!!! It's everything everyone is gushing about. A local neighborhood spot tucked behind the busyness of Central but quaint enough to be your escape. You walk in and it's like being invited over for dinner. And it's tough, you get so cozy you want to stay for a very very long time. I love sitting at the bar, both inside and out, or you can grab a lawn chair and play the games outside. Once the weather coaxes you in, definitely plant yourself by the fireplace. I can't really pick any one item that's my fave because the menu appeals to any taste bud. I do love the flatbread, the whole smorgasbord that they offer, to go with the beers on tap. The green chili pork with a side of potato au gratin...need I say more. And to add to the indulgence, have the chocolate gelato. One scoop is enough...that coming from the biggest sweet tooth ever. Trust me, it's going to leave you with a happy face happy belly all night long and for days until you come back. What's wrong with that?

    (5)
  • Noor B.

    Just OK. The menu is small but sufficient. Burrata is a really nice appetizer and great for a warm summer night (or warm fall/winter/spring night since we're in Phoenix). Green chili chicken was a little disappointing - sauce was very simple and the chicken was moist, though a bit bland. Baked rigatoni was good but unremarkable. I'd like to try the flatbreads. There's a nice big outdoor space though seating can be limited/awkward. It's good for bringing your dog. There's plenty of comfortable seating inside, too.

    (3)
  • Cassie F.

    Fantastic!!! Cute place with great food, fabulous wine, and awesome service. I asked our server to choose my dinner for me, and he did not disappoint. We will be back here, for sure!!

    (5)
  • Leslie M.

    Oven and Vine has the potential to be great! Right next to Shine Coffee, the restaurant has a cute patio setting with a small grassy area for cornhole toss! When you walk in, the restaurant is small, cozy, rustic and cute. We walked in during lunch time and the restaurant was nearly empty. Our server was not generally friendly - it was a tad bit uncomfortable. I ordered The Earl and it was a pretty decent size for a flatbread! It was ok, but honestly, I wasn't really that hungry because I had gotten down with a burrito two hours before. As we were finishing up, it took forever to get our check - in which I didn't understand why. When we left, I felt like I was missing something - I just felt uncomfortable being there. Maybe it's because of the lack of a warm welcome for dining at the establishment or even the "thank you for coming". I honestly think if the service improved, this place will be busy in no time!

    (3)
  • Gregory C.

    It was pretty good. I really liked the restored old house and the cool vibe. They had a patio and "backyard" with cornhole that looked like it would be a lot of fun...when its not 108 degrees outside at lunchtime. The menu was a little limited. Lots of flatbread options but limited options beyond flatbread - a couple salads and a couple other dishes. Some more non-flatbread options would be my only suggestion. Other than that, its a really nice, casual, local, non-chain lunch and drinks option.

    (4)
  • Rachel S.

    Yum, yum, yum!! This is such a great little spot, plus it's walking distance from my house (incentive to drink more wine I think)! These guys know what they are doing and I am so happy to see the owners have more success after Portlands closed. The menu has a nice selection of options, with flat breads taking up a good chunk of it. I've had many of them, most recently The Earl. Dang, that was one spicy flat bread but totally delicious. Their Ashland salad is quite yummy (you can't go wrong with bacon) and I also really like to get their roasted veggies too. The burrata is also delicious, I just wish there was more it to devour. I've also heard good things about the lasagna and green chile pork. They also have a nice selection of wines and beers with the waiters all being pretty knowledgeable in guiding you to a good glass. The food is always out quick, servers always friendly, plus the decor is just adorable. I love the bathrooms (weird to say but check them out and you'll agree :D).

    (5)
  • Haley L.

    This restaurant is set in a charming old home. The food was delicious and affordable--perhaps smaller portions than you will find elsewhere--but delicious nonetheless!

    (4)
  • Marjorie A.

    My colleagues and I descended en masse on the restaurant after a long day at a conference on Saturday. Overall, the service was pleasant and the food was yummy! It took a long time for the wait staff to get our drink orders, and then an even longer time to get our food orders, but once we settled in they took good care of us. I can't really blame them too much for the delay as there were 20 of us, and since they don't take reservations and we arrived in the middle of a bustling happy hour, it took us awhile to find enough seating spread across multiple tables. Still, it would've been nice if they'd taken our drink orders right away so that we could have something to nurse while we waited for our food. In any case, our server was very attentive, friendly, and couldn't have been more helpful. We ordered a wide selection of appetizers and entrees, although quite a few of us stuck to salads since we had had plenty to eat at the conference. I had the charcuterie, opting for the Manchego, Fontina and the Prosciutto Rustico, which also came with a small bowl of smoked almonds. It was a lovely, delicate dish, perfectly proportioned for those seeking a light but filling meal. My colleague who ordered the Ashland Salad raved about it as well. We finished up by splitting Claire's Chocolate Torte, a luscious dessert fit for two hungry diners or even 3-4 light eaters. Not too sweet, not too rich, so a fitting end to a delicious meal.

    (4)
  • Sidney C.

    Nice area. Food was really good, had the BBQ pork ribs. Okay beer selection. Good service. Not much else to ask for.

    (4)
  • Christine P.

    So quaint and such a homey feel when I walked in. Candles lit, dim room, such a great atmosphere. I was told to sit anywhere I like. :)bso I sat right in front of the fire place. ( can't wait til winter arrives so they can actually have the fire on ) I ordered the roasted veggie pesto rigatoni. Phooooo nom minnn nalllllll!!! The sauce was perfect, and the brocoli was not over cook at all.. that was what I was worried about. Hehe. Yummmmmm. The veggie sandwich was wonderful. And the chips, yumm idk of they were home made or not. The guy who greeeted us was also our waiter. He was awesome, so polite and very friendly. I neeed to come and try the pizza next time. :))

    (5)
  • Priscilla F.

    Trendy. Fun. Delicious. Its the kind of place where you get full off of an appetizer but you don't want to stop eating the food-it is that good! Definetley reccommend the Charcuterie (meat and cheese board). The pear cider is sweet and delicate. The ancho chile braised beef is heavenly tender and the flourless chocolate torte is smooth and rich. Overall an amazing experience and atmosphere, the place itself is charming, the staff is friendly and honest (Thank you Ronnie), and the food is 5 star at an unusually reasonable price. These people created an environment that compliments the full package of fine dining. Well done!

    (5)
  • Rick K.

    I had the green chili pork, omg it was awesome....came with roasted fingerling potatoes, awesome also .

    (4)
  • Daniel B.

    Their food is incredible. I come here at least once a week and get my usual. The vegetarian sandwich with chicken, extra chicken, with a side salad and their peppercorn parmesan dressing. I typically save some of the dressing, or most of it, to dip in my sandwich. They also have a great beer and wine selection too. The staff is incredibly friendly and speedy. In cooler temperatures you can play games outside. Do yourself a favor and eat here, you wont be sorry.

    (5)
  • Michelle D.

    This has to be one of my new favorite places! With outdoor seating it makes for a great hangout after work. I plan to be a regular! The flatbreads are great and the wind and beers on tap are delightful. I highly recommend!

    (4)
  • John L.

    Hard to find but well worth the effort! Tucked away just off Central Ave. kitty-corner from the Heard Museum. My wife and I stopped in for a quick lunch. Service was prompt and friendly. Food was prompt and delicious! My wife had the Pesto & Mozzarella flat bread and I had the Bacontarian sandwich. Both were perfect! The flat bead pizza was incredibly quick. No problem if you're pressed for lunch time. A very versatile bistro: an excellent place for a quick work lunch, quaint place for a dinner date, fine for small groups, and it will be a great place for outdoor seating when things cool off. Hurry before the word gets out!

    (5)
  • Jennifer S.

    Cozy atmosphere, good service and reasonable prices...what's not to like? We enjoyed the baked rigatoni with amazing bread and the green chili chicken with au gratin potatoes...yummy! This will definitely be a go to, neighborhood place on a cool day to enjoy some comfort food. I am excited to see the further changes they are going to make to the place. This is a definite must visit in Central Phoenix!

    (4)
  • Bobby Q.

    I've been here a number of times now, and have yet to be disappointed. Since it is only a 2 minute walk from my house, it has become my new default restaurant when I don't feel like cooking. There is enough on the menu to satisfy almost any taste: apps, salads, sandwiches, pizzas, warm plates.... They have a great wine and beer menu, and everything I've had comes out at the right temperature, the right amount of head, in the proper glass.

    (5)
  • Terry T.

    I would have given Oven and Vine four stars but I picked up a sandwich to go and got back to my desk to find it missing an ingredient. I ordered the veggie sandwich. The bread, which is supposed to be housemade, was fantastic. roast veggies pleasant. But I did not taste an mozzarella cheese nor did I see it. That was a factor in my order decision. Since I walked there and back, why use up more energy to go back just for that? Just hate every time I order, I may have to double-check everything. But I've dined in here before and the chicken lasagne was tasty and comforting. They also have delicious stews. And the people are nice.

    (3)
  • Kristin Z.

    Came in for lunch here the other day and was very satisfied. My friend and I ordered the prosciutto flatbread and Italian salad to share and everything was absolutely delicious. Our waiter made great food recommendations! There is a nice outdoor seating and an indoor/outdoor bar top. Play some bags if you please. Very cute little house with coffee shop just next door. Highly recommend for a nice little lunch spot in Central Phoenix.

    (4)
  • Courtney B.

    Such a fun place! We had great service and the kids loved the lawn games. Pasta was not great but everything else was top notch.

    (4)
  • Gina Z.

    This place is heaven in a corner! Love the food. I do take out, it's a short walk away from my work. The Bacontarian was bacon lovers delight! Also tried Italian sandwich it was perfect with kettle chips. I love this little place so glad your in the neighborhood!

    (5)
  • Nate W.

    First time visiting this place after hearing about it for months. For ambiance, I would give this 5 stars. It's small, intimate and has a downtown charm to it. I would add that it's self-seating and we arrived at 7pm on a Friday night. We got a table right away but it was at the bar where my wife and I were outside and our 2 friends were across from us but inside. Still kinda fun! The food was perfect. We built a meat and cheese board and they have great options, very comparable to Postino, if not better. We also ordered the Italian combo flatbread which was perfect. Their wine list is better than Postino and I had the Malbec. For dessert, my wife had the gelato with dulce flavoring and it was divine. I ordered the tiramisu. They only had one slice left (this was around 8:30pm on a Friday night so slightly disappointing). I share that because my friend's husband wanted one too. We ended up sharing it and our server added a candle after we all joked about the two of us sharing an intimate slice of tiramisu. This will be a regular spot for ushering forward. It is better than Postino (with way better parking too) but not as close to us. But very worth the drive. We didn't even play corn hole but it was readily available!

    (5)
  • Alon L.

    A nice, quaint restaurant. We stopped by for lunch. They have your standard, what I would call "trendy" American food. This consists of sandwiches, flatbread, salads, and a smattering of hot entrees. The sandwiches are good with fresh ingredients. We also had the green chili pork. We were surprised to see that this was more of a stew rather than a dry dish. It was pretty good, though a tinge of sweet flavor slightly detracted from what I consider to be a savory dish. The cheese/meat plates are a tasty treat. The seating area is small. Wasn't too crowded during our lunch hour, though I can imagine it might be full for dinner. The small size also makes the ambience loud if other tables are having heated conversations. Might not be good for an early date place. Price is on the higher end, though the downtown location sometimes makes this inevitable.

    (4)
  • Erin R.

    This place is fantastic!! It's a hidden gem in downtown Phoenix, and I'll definitely be back again and again after my experience this evening. Unreservedly, I give Oven and Vine five stars!! The previous owners of Portland's started this place, so I had high expectations before eating here. Both owners were working at the restaurant when I went. Luckily, their attention to quality and investment in the restaurant shows in both the menu and their staff. We had the braised beef and the Italian flatbread, and we then finished the meal off with some imported tiramisu. The beef was marinated in a light tomato stew for several hours and was incredibly tender. Fingerling potatoes accompanied the beef and were expertly roasted. The bread (including the flatbread) was fresh and delicious; it is homemade and, as a plus, completely vegan. In fact, everything tasted like it had been made that day. The tiramisu, although imported from Italy, was carefully selected by the restaurant and the best I had ever had. Important to note: the tiramisu was HUGE- definitely a shareable dessert if you have more than one person! Of exceptional note was the service. Finding great customer service is important to me, and unfortunately, it seems hard to come by these days. Not at Oven and Vine. Our waiter, Ronnie, made us feel like we were longtime friends of the restaurant. In choosing a bottle of wine, he brought us out some generous tastings to help us in making a decision. It was clear that he took great pride in the restaurant. The Pinot noir (Sharecropper's) we settled on was great! All in all, Ronnie's enthusiasm was infectious and made the experience that much better. :) On a final note, the building is architecturally cool and close to rollover donuts, which is also an awesome place. Oven and Vine was working on developing the outside area, and I look forward to seeing how that turns out. There are some games and places to sit and enjoy wine. I will definitely be back again and cannot recommend this place enough!!

    (5)
  • Scott J.

    Pretty great food for the price. Seating was cramped but the outside patio was nice.

    (4)
  • Claudia G.

    This family-owned business has gone through a metamorphosis and the result is impressive. The food was delicious and paired well with the large selection of wine from different regions. I tried the Burrata with fresh bread for the first time and I can't even explain how delicious it was. I kept thinking about it after. We also had a pesto and prosciutto flatbread that was amazing. Every dish is baked in the huge brick oven you see in the kitchen. Simple but ingenious. I definitely recommend that you stop in if you're in the phoenix area. Michelle and Dylan are genuine restaurateurs with a true passion in combining excellent cuisine and making you feel as if you're in company of long-time friends.

    (5)
  • Frank G.

    great food great service good wine A great local find hidden in the back of the building Very interesting menu and dog friendly

    (5)
  • Paul B.

    Their beer list is amazing. Great selection, its always changing and the prices are fair. The food is good, although the menu is a little limited. My only complaint is that the service is sometimes slow.

    (4)
  • Lori K.

    I have been contemplating posting this since last night but I have to do it. Brought a friend in last night since I have been raving about it. Ordered my usual margherita pizza with spinach but opted for extra mozzarella cheese since they put so little on normally (I know that's how its supposed to be tho). Pizza came and it was obvious from first look that the cheese was not the normal fresh mozzarella they use. There were a few chunks of fresh mozzarella but mostly a yellowish grated cheese. I tried a few bites and it tasted like the cheap crappy cheese. I asked the waiter about it and he denied it and said it was all fresh mozzarella. I couldn't eat the cheese and ended up taking the cheese off and ate just the crust and sauce. The waiter came back a bit later and said he talked to the cook and confirmed it was fresh mozzarella and tried to blame it on the fact we had Burratta as an appetizer so the fresh mozzarella must taste bad compared to the Burratta since Burratta is such a top quality cheese. I can't believe he said that but I dropped it. I love the vibe of this place and every other time everything I've had rocked. I will try it again but it it's crap cheese again I am done. By the way... the Burratta I mentioned earlier was an accidental delivery. We ordered the plain bread to start with and when he brought the plate it had Burratta on it and said he mistakenly put it in wrong and asked if we would eat it. I said sure since they would have thrown it out otherwise. I still got charged for it tho. That's kinda shitty in my opinion. I really hope this place isn't going downhill or cheaping out. I hope it was just a bad night but I had to post it in case someone else has the same issue.

    (3)
  • Fernando P.

    great food and atmosphere. I saw the waiter giving it some hustle. But we had to wait an hour and 30 minutes from when we entered to until food arrived. Felt disorganized because we weren't sure if we were to keep waiting or if we could just order from outside. Eventually we sat ourselves, I will come back to give them another try when they are less busy.

    (3)
  • Tiffany R.

    What a great little gem! The ambiance is relaxing and cute. The service was quick and good! I had the veggie lasagna and it was fabulous! The flavor was full and rich. I would visit this place again if in town.

    (5)
  • Joel S.

    I love this place! Well... it's within a 2 minute walk from my house, but it's genuinely great food and a fun atmosphere. It's a cool, local restaurant with good food that you can see the staff preparing. They have a good beer/wine selection, but their food is outstanding. Their pork and short-ribs are awesome. The flat bread pizzas are good - especially the pesto one. Great local find!

    (5)
  • Eliza B.

    We stayed at the hotel right next door and stopped in for dinner. The flatbreads were great and so was the beer and service. The place has a great neighborhood feel and cornhole in the yard. The salad was not a five star salad but we had such a great time it doesn't matter. Maybe don't order the grilled veggie salad though.

    (5)
  • Peter H.

    Just a great spot! The inside seating is quite cozy, though we usually go for their ever expanding outdoor seating area (dog friendly!) They have a GREAT beer selection at fair but not super cheap prices. Love having this place in the area.

    (5)
  • Knick D.

    Love this quaint, cozy little spot tucked behind shine coffee. The gf and I go here regularly and absolutely love the food, drinks, staff, and ambiance. The charcuterie plate is a must, not many spots where you can pick two cheese and two meat options for $12, fantastic value! We also really love the ribs, they are crave-worthy and despite there being so many amazing options we continue to go straight for those ribs every time. They have a great beer selection that changes from time to time, but there's always something interesting to try. We tend to always have the same server, and I feel so bad bc I can't remember his name, but he is the best! Always remembers us and is a main reason we continue to frequent this great little spot!

    (5)
  • Stacy T.

    Relied on yelp and found this wonderful place for lunch - a little hard to find but it was fantastic- very fresh and lovely service!

    (5)
  • Tina A.

    Such a big fan of this place. My bf and I went here last night, to grab a drink and some food. He's moving out here in a month, so we want to start trying out places to become our future haunts :) We both felt this one would be visited on the reg! The service was spectacs, let me just tell you. On point, considerate, everything always topped off, empties immediately taken away - you can't get much better! The food was tiiieeeeeeeght! Any place with a charcuterie plate has my vote f'SHO! We split that, the rigatoni, The Earl flatbread, AND the au gratin potatoes...if we weren't already bringing home so many leftovers, I would have asked for a second helping, to go. That sh!ts was legits. The ONLY thing I would change is more chairs and less bar stools. I could have sunk in a little deeper if there were more chairs...good thing? Bad thing? You choose :)

    (5)
  • Mark S.

    Loved this place. It's got a quaint, cozy environment; very neighborhoody. The patio and bar area are a great place to grab a drink while you wait for a table, though you may just end up dining there as others were. And the food was excellent, and very reasonably priced. We started with the charcuterie and opted for manchego and burrata mozzarella cheese, complemented with prosciutto and spicy sopressata. It came with almonds and bread drizzled with olive oil. It was all delicious, though the burrata with balsamic won it for me. Afterwards we shared the Earl flatbread and quenched it's spiciness with some yummy cava and an IPA. I'd definitely like to take another (a few more?) trips to Oven + Vine. Maybe next time I'll get their early enough to indulge in their happy hour. P.S. The place does fill up fast, so don't be surprised if there is a 30+ minute wait. We were quoted about 45 minutes, but because some parties ended up eating at the bar, we were actually seated in less than 10 minutes.

    (5)
  • Nathalie C.

    I have been here twice and both times were great. Wonderful atmosphere, yummy food and the service is friendly. I will be back!!

    (4)
  • Prelle S.

    This is one of the cutest little spots I have eaten at. The ambience is overall very trendy and feels relaxed. Beer and wine selection is great! Had a black butte on tap which I can never pass up. I ordered the pesto prosciutto and the man ordered the marguerite. Both were phenomenal. We also had ordered the fresh baked bread which was also good. The reason this place is only a four star for me is due to the slow and not ultra welcoming service. Not a deal breaker, but it's still nice to eat somewhere that the folks seem to enjoy working at!

    (4)
  • GW J.

    A GREAT LOCAL JOINT. GOOD FOOD, SERVICE AND ATMOSPHERE. Nice atmosphere. Great cold beer on tap. The Earl pizza / flatbread was good to above average. The green Chile with pork and jalapenos plus au gratin potatoes was well above average. The seasoning was perfect to my taste. This is a great local neighborhood hangout. I definitely recommend.

    (5)
  • T. D. M.

    I live nearby and this place is a true blessing to the neighborhood. Delicious food. A casual but festive environment. The perfect location for a very tasty meal. The wine list is great and so are the extensive beers on tap. Really lucky to see this restaurant open. The food is delicious. You'll have a great experience.

    (5)
  • Nadia C.

    Great little neighborhood hangout! Fast service and good choices of beer and wine. I had the Italian Salad with chicken added- it was pretty tasty. I enjoyed it. I also tried some flatbread and thought it was delicious! Wish I ordered that actually. We started with some meats and cheeses for an appetizer, it was a good start to our meal.

    (5)
  • Jeff B.

    Stopped in here recently for lunch - Oven and Vine sits behind my absolutely favorite coffee place (Shine). My connection was coincidental, as I'm involve with a t-shirt business, and Dylan the owner had come by for some t-shirts recently. During conversation, I realized that Dylan used to run Portland's restaurant on 1st and Portland, which closed a while back. That was a posh high end place that made for an awesome setting for business lunches. Oven and Vine is a different vibe altogether, and I love it. Much more approachable in a come as you are kind of way, and very friendly and easy going. The menu is short and sweet, but has a good variety. I was in for a light lunch, so ordered the Italian Salad, and another buddy ordered the green chili chicken. The salad was awesome! And the lunch buddy said the green chili chicken was as well. Great place to hang out - good casual laid back vibe, of a seat yourself and get comfortable sort. And I love the venue and location - I'm really drawn in by this historic estate pool house and long house setup that houses both Shine and Oven and Vine. Highly recommended! And you have to keep in mind this is all happening in a long house of a long-gone historic estate.

    (5)
  • Nikki E.

    Very charming place, our server was friendly and didn't rush us as we were taking a lil bit of time deciding what to order. We ordered the cheese plate, pork with green chili and ravioli. Pasta was just ok but pork chili was very good and great wine and cheese selections.

    (4)
  • Matt C.

    Place was awesome. Food was excellent. Service was a little too laid back. Beer choices awesome and great atmosphere. Thanks to yelp for never letting me down

    (4)
  • andrea v.

    Genuine & friendly service. Well priced menu with a variety of options to please anyone. A repurposed house that maintained some of the original features including my favorite, the tri-fireplace! Great addition to the neighborhood

    (5)
  • Stan J.

    Well, we got invited to join our friend for an after work libation. Goodness, would never have found this gem otherwise. What a wonderful place. Good selection of draft craft beers, great service, and very comfortable setting. Can't wait to come back.

    (5)
  • Kenneth A.

    Awesome location. This is the definition of hidden gem. They even have a fire-pit and chairs for outdoor service. Another excellent addition to downtown Phoenix's urbanite food scene. Menu has salads, charcuterie, flatbreads, pasta, and sandwiches. Staff was attentive and engaging. Awesome chill spot.

    (5)
  • Frank M.

    This place is really cute, and in a cool neighborhood. I really wanted to like it but thought that it was a bit overrated. I am a pizza/flatbread snob so it is difficult to impress me with them. The flatbread was good, just nothing special. Also had the oven roasted potatos and veggies. Again they were fine but it seemed that I could make them just as good at home. I would go for Happy Hour if I was close but would not go out of my way to go again.

    (3)
  • Zachary R.

    The braised beef and flatbread were delicious. They have a great grenache on tap. Also, the waiter I had was excellent. Very friendly and helpful guy. Great music playing, too. I will def be back to try out more of the menu very soon!

    (5)
  • Eileen G.

    Wow, we have given it a valiant effort. We live just down the street and love to support local businesses, but tonight it ends for us and Oven and Vine. We have been here a handful of times and the food is never more than mediocre, the bar is minuscule and the service "tries". We have been there when the computer system shut down and weren't able to order anything at all. How about a pencil, paper and a calculator??? Tonight, after an evening enjoying the super bowl festivities, we step off the light rail, see a crowd inside and at the outside bar, open an unlocked door, only to dismissively be told "we are closed". Really??? I hope everyone there enjoys their drinks. Good luck Oven and Vine!!!! We tried!!!

    (1)
  • John L.

    Very, very good! Staff is friendly, & the atmosphere is intimate & accommodating. Chocolate torte with gelato is unreal! Great flat breads!

    (5)
  • Marissa D.

    Loved this new place. Small and quaint but just perfect!!! Great food and service. Definitely coming back! Food was great and lots of selection of beers and wine. Best new spot to try.

    (5)
  • Britt C.

    Another delicious locally owned spot! My husband and I came here for dinner on a Friday night. Oven & Vine is located in a converted house off of central ave and has a very cozy vibe. After choosing our seats we both ordered Hoegaardens which were a fantastic deal at $4 a pint. My husband chose the sopressata & olive flatbread, and I had the baked vegetable pesto. My husband's flatbread was delicious, the mozzarella was fresh and creamy, the sauce was flavorful and the olives and sopressata added just enough salt. My baked pasta was good, but fell a little short. I loved how there were a ton of perfectly cooked vegetables in the dish. However the pesto was a little too oily and formed a pool at the bottom of the bowl. It was also a little too bland, nothing a little extra parmesan couldn't fix though. My dish was served with freshly baked bread which was quite good, I used it to sop up the extra oil, so the oily sauce came into good use. I will definitely return and would love to try more of the menu.

    (4)
  • Tina K.

    We love this place--and not just because it's across the street! Everything is great- we especially love (in addition to the pizza that tastes right out of Naples) the green chili chicken, ribs and the au gratin potatoes. But more than this is the service! You're treated like friends and neighbors who've come over for dinner- not "customers." Highly recommend!!

    (5)
  • Mike K.

    Took foodie friends here. (They ran their own place in NM and make great homemade pizza.) The verdict is this place is a keeper. House white was superior. The flatbread had an intriguing crust with quality toppings; the salad was of quality ingredients; the vegetable rigatoni was worth coming back for; the braised beef was tender and tasty; we had a second order of fresh baked bread; but the potatoes stole the show. Candidate for Best Ever, reminiscent of Rosti. The whole experience was notably Continental.

    (5)
  • Janice M.

    I will visit this place again. I love the uncomplicated menu. Nice wine list. Great service. Family run. a very welcoming ambiance. I had the ribs, they where wonderful! Cooked to perfection and brushed with a not too sweet BBQ sauce.

    (5)
  • Jennifer O.

    This is an extremely cute addition to the small center on Vernon and Central. The dining room looks like you are eating in someone's living room, which is great, and the decor is a mix of old and modern. They have many beers on tap and a good happy hour I would like to check out in the near future. The food was solid. The husband and I split the baked rigatoni and the margherita flatbread. The rigatoni was good, but tasted a bit like something you could make at home. That isn't necessarily a bad thing, as it was really fresh and tasty, but it makes it harder to go to a restaurant to get it (unless you don't cook, in which case it's great!). The rigatoni came with delicious fresh baked bread. It was a nice amount of food for the small price tag (9$). The flatbread was very good. It had a lot of fresh basil and was flavorful. It was also large, we even took some home (and it was good the next day!). I would definitely come here for the flatbread again. And did I see that it was gluten free? I don't even know how they did that... overall, this place was very good, I will be back!

    (4)
  • Mark H.

    Oven and Vine was awesome! A great experience from the start to the finish. I knew that Dylan and Michelle had opened a new restaurant (they used to have Portlands, a place that I dearly loved) but I was not sure where it was located. I was so excited when some friends of mine took me to Oven and Vine this week and it was their new place. I had the green chili pork, it was amazing!! Our server was very attentive, friendly and prompt. Food was not only great, but hot and attractive presentation. I will most definately be returning to Oven and Vine!

    (5)
  • Tim L.

    Well thought out beer selection. The "Italian Combo" flatbread pizza I had was VERY nice. Met the young lady that owns the place, and she's a sweetheart. Super relaxed atmosphere. I'd be eating here regularly if I lived nearby.

    (4)
  • Lindsay B.

    Great experience! Super cute atmosphere, great food, fair prices, and awesome service!

    (5)
  • Crystal D.

    Had the burrata and the earl?! Both are big hits in my book!!! Fresh and delicious !!!

    (5)
  • Case T.

    I love the fact that they use organic/local ingredients and that they offer organic wine and beer options. Only negative was when the server went for a smoke break which was made apparent when they came back with smokers breath and stench.

    (4)
  • Grant S.

    Many pizza joints on the area. This one is good and in the middle of the pack. Service was awesome, location is charming but hidden. We will be back because we support local and it is walking distance from our home.

    (4)
  • Guillermo G.

    I had the green chili pork dish. I was amazing. The staff was friendly. She asked what we thought of the place and the food. Place was small but cute. I would definitely come back. Have nothing negative to report.

    (5)
  • Laura S.

    Really good food! Greeni chicken is super. Service a bit slow for my taste, but then again I was myself

    (4)
  • Todd G.

    Great food, reasonable prices, quaint location. The BLT, sausage and jalapeno pizza, green chile chicken and short ribs are all delicious. Good selection of wine and beer. The staff seems to really enjoy working there.. made us feel right at home.

    (5)
  • Rachel P.

    Great local restaurant! Very good food and the service was fantastic. We will be coming here again!

    (5)
  • Luke D.

    Cool place. Impressed with it all. Good food, good selection of draft beer. Cool music, nice ambiance. Went for dinner with my wife and 1 year old son. Surprised for such a cool downtown place to see high chairs and an outdoor grass area for my son to play in. They had the outdoor beanbag toss games on the lawn and he had a great time even though I'm sure mostly adults play. Staff friendly and helpful. We will be going back.

    (5)
  • Olga T.

    I was excited that a new place opened up so close to my condo- I can walk there! I had the grilled veggie salad with chicken. The chicken was delicious- moist and slow cooked. The amount of food was much more than I would have expected as the prices are low. My husband had the pizza and loved it!

    (5)
  • Amy D.

    What a lovely, quaint place to get an early dinner and a glass of wine while visiting Phoenix for the first time. The outdoor/indoor atmosphere felt very European so I went with it. Ordered an Italian Prosecco and a plate of cheeses and meats with an excellent bread, and I mean excellent. Ordered a nicely done dinner salad, as well. I did not try their specialties and do wish I had another day to do so. Perhaps I will get to come back someday.

    (4)
  • K B.

    First review! We just had drinks, bread, and olives, and everything was really great! Very nice ambience. The rest of the food smells amazing! The service was excellent. Will definitely be coming back.

    (5)
  • M S.

    Great spot! Very unique, a ton of beer on tap. Food was phenomenal, a must. Service was great, very helpful and friendly.

    (5)
  • Francisco F.

    I love this place. Awesome service and great food. I love the au gratin potatoes and their flat breads are amazing. They also have a good selection of local beers and a full bar. The atmosphere is cozy and you can see lots of regulars. There is a light rail station walking distance.

    (5)

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Opening Hours

  • Mon :11:00 am - 10

Specialities

  • Takes Reservations : No
    Delivery : No
    Take-out : Yes
    Accepts Credit Cards : Yes
    Good For : Dinner
    Parking : Private Lot
    Bike Parking : Yes
    Good for Kids : Yes
    Good for Groups : Yes
    Attire : Casual
    Ambience : Casual
    Noise Level : Average
    Music : Background
    Good For Dancing : No
    Alcohol : Beer & Wine Only
    Happy Hour : Yes
    Coat Check : No
    Smoking : Outdoor Area/ Patio Only
    Outdoor Seating : Yes
    Wi-Fi : No
    Has TV : Yes
    Waiter Service : Yes

Oven - Vine

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