The Buck &Rider Dining Experience is Eagerly Anticipated At The Shops at Chauncey Ranch
North Scottsdale residents are in for a treat. Slated to open mid-2022 is a second Buck &Rider at The Shops at Chauncey Ranch what will also serve favorite dishes that include Arizona’s freshest seafood…
Epicenter at Agritopia adds LGO Hospitality’s Buck & Rider
Epicenter, the high-end, vertically integrated mixed-use community and retail destination in the heart of Agritopia, will welcome LGO Hospitality’s Buck & Rider to its dynamic mix of tenants.
Buck &Rider set to be ‘cornerstone’ of lineup at Gilbert’s Epicenter
Buck &Rider is the latest addition to the lineup of the ambitious Epicenter at Agritopia mixed-used development under construction in Gilbert.
High-End Restaurant Lands In Agritopia
A high-end restaurant known for flying in seafood fresh daily has opened at Agritopia’s mixed-used Epicenter near Ray and Highley roads.
Coming soon: Buck & Rider at Epicenter at Agritopia in Gilbert
Buck & Rider, a 6-year-old seafood and steak restaurant in Arcadia, will open a third location at Epicenter, the mixed-use development at Agritopia on the northwest corner of Higley and Ray in Gilbert.
Buck & Rider restaurant added to Epicenter lineup in Gilbert’s Agritopia
Phoenix seafood and steak eatery Buck & Rider will open its second location in Agritopia’s Epicenter development near Higley and Ray roads in Gilbert this fall. Buck & Rider serves lunch, dinner and weekend brunch with live music.
Buck &Rider to open new location in Gilbert’s Agritopia neighborhood
The growing southeast Valley just added another Phoenix staple to its culinary repertoire. Buck &Rider, known for its fresh seafood, raw bar fare, and stylish dining, will be opening its third location in Gilbert at the Epicenter…
Epicenter’s bar and restaurant lineup keeps growing. Here’s what’s coming soon to Gilbert
As Epicenter is built in Gilbert, these eight restaurants, bars and cafes are on the list to move in.
Well-known restaurant inks lease at Joe Johnston’s Epicenter in Gilbert
Epicenter at Agritopia, a high-end mixed-use development under construction in Gilbert, continues to attract popular Valley restaurant brands to its project.
HAPPY HOUR: BUCK &RIDER
We are so grateful and thankful to Phoenix Magazine for all the love and support – read about Managing Editor, Leah LeMoine’s recent Happy Hour fun with us!
From the folks behind La Grande Orange Pizzeria and Chelsea’s Kitchen, Buck & Rider is a handsome, beach house-inspired seafood restaurant that flies in fresh catches daily to create a menu that focuses on both standards like freshwater blue prawns, oysters, and Prince Edward Island mussels, plus creative dishes like a Thai-style king crab salad and an ahi tuna burger with avocado. Guests can quench their thirst with a wide selection of hand-crafted cocktails, too, such as the rum-infused High and Mighty with Jamaican bitters and traditional Swedish liqueur.
Jazz Sunday Brunch at Buck & Rider
A Sunday just isn’t a Sunday without brunch, and we wanted to create a new tradition for the neighborhood where family and friends can enjoy great company, exceptional sounds, and extraordinary food!”, says Regional Director of Sales & Marketing Deirdre James. “LGO and Buck & Rider are founded on the premise that the heart of the home is the kitchen and where memories and relationships are forged.
Buck & Rider is a new casual-upscale seafood restaurant in Phoenix, Arizona. The original inspiration was a traditional prairie home with sleeping porches combined with a charming off-white Australian boathouse where one feels transported to the coast; the architecture was to be reminiscent of the Arcadia ranch homes featuring citrus groves, creating a connection to the indoors and outdoors. One of the goals was to build a new restaurant that feels like it has been tucked into the Arcadia neighborhood for decades, with the original palette of off white paint to set off the authentic materials of charred wood, siding, and stone that were selected. The design challenge was to take a relatively small lot and maximize both the parking spaces and the number of seats for the restaurant while remaining true to the design.