Mountain Shadows: Dining

Hearth '61

On May 24, 1961, Paradise Valley officially became an incorporated town. Residents prided themselves on the quality of life and majestic desert scenery. Hearth ’61 honors the town's origins by encouraging the community to gather around delicious food and good times.

We believe in ingredient-driven cuisine made with time-honored flavor pairings and cooking styles rich in tradition. Enjoy craft cocktails, local brews and an extensive wine selection in our open restaurant with a stunning exhibition kitchen. Admire views of the magnificent desert scenery through glass walls inside or on the patio overlooking the pool.


Whether you are gearing up for 18 holes, winding down afterwards, or taking advantage of happy hour, a visit to Rusty’s is a must. The tradition here is for the player with the lowest score on The Forrest Wager to pick up a round of drinks.

While “Rusty’s” could be a reference to out-of-practice golfers, the name also honors Rusty Lyon. Rusty was the father of Scott Lyon, the developer who spearheaded the property’s rebirth. Rusty was a commercial real estate icon in the Valley and an avid golfer.

Today, Rusty’s golf grill and lounge hosts hungry golfers and spectators at The Short Course. After a day on the links, some good-natured ribbing over food and drinks may be in order. Rusty would approve of both the views and camaraderie found at the eatery which bears his name.

Juice Bar

Stop by The Juice Bar after a workout and refresh with organic juices full of nutrients and energy-boosting vitamins to power your day. Or, laze the day away under the palms while you sip and savor poolside. Our pool menu features colorful cocktails, a bold selection of rosés from around the globe, and light refreshing dishes.