Meatballz Inc. brings traditional food with a twist to Scottsdale

Meatballz Inc. offers nine sauces so diners can customize their meals. (Submitted photo)

Meatballz Inc. has opened at Scottsdale Road and Shea Boulevard.

Owners Bob Zdravkovski and Michael Lee stated in a release that “the restaurant brings a fun dining experience to the Arizona desert. The scratch kitchen boasts a variety of fresh menu items, craft beer and cocktails and customer friendly amenities.”

Meatballz Inc., 7342 E. Shea Blvd., Scottsdale, offers a variety of gourmet meatballs made in-house including classic beef, chicken, spicy pork and a vegan option.

Customers can invent their own creations by choosing among the four meatballs and nine sauces or dig into one of Meatballz’s signature bowls such as the Gangsta Bowl or the Cuckoo Chicken Bowl.

In addition to meatballs, the menu includes a variety of appetizers, salads, sandwiches, sides and warm ricotta doughnuts for dessert.

A variety of vegetarian and gluten-free options also are available.

A full-service bar provides a list of wines, cocktails and more than 20 beers on tap.

“Our restaurant gives customers a completely customizable experience in a modern, casual atmosphere,” Mr. Zdravkovski stated. “While our selection of premium meatballs is the star of the show, we wanted to offer a little something for everyone. Our menu provides plenty of options ranging from a light salad to a hearty meatball grinder.”

Customers can dine at Meatballz Inc. seven days a week, 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and until 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday.

The restaurant has a dog-friendly patio. For more: meatballzinc.com.

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