7366 East Shea Blvd, Suite 106
Scottsdale, AZ 85260
“With its neutral color palette and streamlined décor, Course exudes a classy, comfortable vibe. Cocktails are clever (thanks to manager and sommelier Nicholas Padua), and modern dinnerware changes from course to course. It’s high-end without feeling pretentious, a neighborhood restaurant for a fancy night out.”
“Just like the music evokes a retro vibe and nostalgia, so does the menu, but in a very unexpected way. Prix-fixe like Course, the experience takes guests through several eye-poppingly cool courses that look like works of art but taste like comfort classics “
“To Arizona food insiders, chef Cory Oppold has been a must-follow for his playful, high-end tasting menus. Though some plates look like modern art, Oppold manages to keep his food fun and relatable. “
“Chef and owner Cory Oppold brings delicious choices to his classy but comfortable Central Scottsdale restaurant. Each plate is a study in Modernist cuisine, featuring foams, powders and deconstructed dishes. “
“No Arizona restaurants made New York Times 50 best US restaurants list. These 5 should have. These five restaurants in metro Phoenix restaurant should not only be on the New York Times’ radar, but everyone’s.”
“Choose from a 5-course or 10-course prix fixe dinner, or delight in the cheekily named “Morning Would” Sunday brunch prix fixe. “
“Former Food Network Chopped champion Cory Oppold has worked everywhere, it seems. His resume is impressive.
Now, at last, he’s opening his own Modern American restaurant in Scottsdale, and he’s calling it Course.”
“An artful blend of gin, orange blossom honey, yellow chartreuse, and fresh grapefruit and mandarin juices, the Citronette was created to evoke an oceanside vacation, says general manager Nicholas Padua, who curates the beverage program. “
“Making recognizable ingredients new is the defining philosophy at Course.”
“Celebrity chef Cory Oppold, former executive chef of Atlas Bistro and 2019 “Chopped” champion, has opened Course, a fine dining restaurant in Scottsdale.”
“The Scottsdale restaurant Course says it takes you on a food journey through an explosion of both your taste and visual senses, using seasonality of products and a progression of flavor.
The focus on “multi-course” is to curate an EXPERIENCE for you and not just a meal.”
“Featuring a minimalist white-and-gray decor, Course seats just 26 people indoors and another 36 on the patio.”