Scottsdale Design Board approves proposed restaurant-bar

By J. Graber | Scottsdale Progress

The Scottsdale Design Review Board has recommended council approval of what the owner says will be a five-star restaurant called the Fiesta in Scottsdale’s entertainment district near Camelback Road and N. 73rd Street.

The Fiesta, also known as Calle Rosa, is designed as a three-story restaurant and bar on a .37-acre site.

The first level will offer parking for 26 vehicles and a lobby. The second floor would house the restaurant and the third floor would be home to what the developer calls a “speak easy” bar.

The DRB first considered the Fiesta case Aug. 28 but put it on hold to address some issues.

It said the building’s design was flawed, that there were noise abatement issues on the front of the building and a lack of lighting in the back.

The developer addressed the issues, adding lights in the back and conducting a noise study at the Flint restaurant at 24th Street and Camelback Road that he said emits noise similar to what The Fiesta can expect to produce

“The likely overstated projected noise levels are well below the recommended design goal,” the study concluded. “Additionally, the projected noise levels are substantially below the existing average ambient noise level. They are even below the measured minimum ambient noise levels.”


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