Express Lunch

Make your lunch break count at Midtown. With a variety of sandwich options, you can savor your midday away from the office while enjoying a gourmet culinary experience, and be in and out in 30 minutes or less. Every order includes a fountain drink or iced tea, and comes served with a soup or side salad of your choice.

Sunday Brunch

Kick back and relax, when you spend your Sunday at Bink’s. Brunch on home style favorites like Eggs Benedict and sweet, skillet French Toast, or for the more adventurous, try the Green Chili Braised Pork, and add some spice to your weekend. Whether it is a sunny patio you crave, or a refreshing iced tea bar side, brunch is made easy at Bink’s.

Private Dining

For your corporate gatherings or special occasions, Midtown caters to all your needs. With its 20- person private dining room, perfect for family and friends, plus it is fully equipped for business presentations and slideshows, Bink’s ensures an intimate, yet refined ambience for your special event.

Happy Hour

Named Best Happy Hour by Phoenix New Times, Bink’s offers half off all wine, beer, and well drinks daily. The cozy, rustic bar sets the stage for an appetizing evening. Order a selection of gastronomic delights while sipping on your favorite brew or delve into signature cocktails. Your taste buds will be prepped for dinner.

Patio Pastimes

Every weekend, Midtown offers all- you- can- eat Pig on the Patio. Watch the culinary team roast throughout the day, while you play croquet or relax in the lawn chairs. The themes change weekly, from Spanish to Cajun, to Texas style seasonings. The feast does not start until late afternoon, but this pork is well worth the wait.

Online Reservations

Bink's Midtown

2320 E. Osborn Road, Phoenix, AZ 85016 | (602) 388-4874


Call: (602) 388-4874
Monday – Thursday, 11 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Friday – Saturday, 11 a.m. – 11 p.m.
Sunday, 10 a.m. – 9 p.m.


Located in the heart of downtown Phoenix, Chef Kevin Binkley’s third restaurant, Bink’s Midtown, provides a dining experience of gourmet artisanship with a casual finesse. Set in a renovated historic residence, Midtown’s white wainscoted interior and outdoor patio spaces provide a sunny, relaxed escape from its urban surroundings.

The ever-evolving menu focuses on locally harvested, fresh produce. With its eclectic selection of classic and contemporary dishes, Midtown has received numerous accolades for its seasonal focus. The expertly prepared cuisine, casual refinement, and Binkley culinary charm, has made Midtown a favorite neighborhood spot with metropolitan flavors.

Have a hard time eating your veggies? Not at Bink’s MidtownMartha-Page Althaus, U.S. Airways Magazine, February 2014

With the croquet gear on the lawn, fireplace on the patio and wainscotting in the dining room, eating at Bink’s Midtown is like having lunch at the house of a friend—who happens to have cooked at the French Laundry and the Inn at Little Washington.Matthew Kronsberg, The Washington Post, January 17, 2014

Bink’s Midtown has a relaxed air, with a touch of class that may make you want to dress up a bit. In keeping with the culinary theme, pictures of produce hang on the walls. There’s background music, but the volume is mercifully so low you’re not conscious of it. What you are conscious of is that you are in one of the Valley’s best restaurants.Howard Seftel, Arizona Republic, November 20, 2013

What gives Bink’s Midtown its identity is the focus on fresh, local produce, manipulated by Binkley magic.Howard Seftel, Arizona Republic. March 30, 2013

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