At Virtù Honest Craft, a rotating menu features locally sourced goods alongside handcrafted cocktails and craft beer. Chef Gio Osso, a longtime Scottsdale favorite, has run the kitchen at some of the city’s most highly acclaimed restaurants. His “wandering Mediterranean” cuisine at Virtù scored him a spot on Esquire magazine’s Best New Restaurants 2013 list as well as a 2014 nomination for Best New Restaurant by the James Beard Foundation. You can’t go wrong with any of the handmade pastas, but there are also heartier (read: meatier) dishes like braised oxtail and house sausage. Virtù’s wine list is a global one, with a selection of 30-plus bottles.