The Bottom Line
- Everything we've tried so far is a thumbs up!
- Slightly more expensive for lunch, but worth it.
- Step into the Rockies as soon as you enter Firebirds--great fireplace, ski lodge feeling, large bar.
- Service has been very good each time we visited Firebirds.
- Firebirds has a martini menu ($7 to $8) for those that like specialty martinis.
- Wine by the glass costs between $5 and $10. Firebirds has private label wines--one red, one white.
- Focus at Firebirds is on beef, but there are several options for non-beef eaters.
- The number of items isn't overwhelming, but they offer an ample variety of choices.
- As of this writing there are locations in Chandler and Peoria. More to come?
- Firebirds Wood Fired Grill used to be known as Firebirds Rocky Mountain Grill.
- Note: Prices mentioned herein are subject to change without notice.
Guide Review - Firebirds Wood Fired Grill
So far, we've tried two appetizers: crab cakes ($9) and onion rings ($6). You can certainly get my one one appetizer and share at Firebirds Rocky Mountain Grill. I'm picky about my crab cakes, and these were great. I enjoy the bed of tortilla slaw that they are served on almost as much as the crab cakes themselves. The onion rings are light and crispy. We shouldn't eat fried foods, but these are too good.
The Apple Crisp ($5.50) has been our only dessert venture at Firebirds. What a treat! Hot apple slices with a fresh puff pastry and vanilla ice cream. Again, two can share.
We're looking forward to our next visit.