Location & Hours

Southern Rail Restaurant

Southern Rail is located at The Newton: a commercial mixed-use community space housed in the former iconic Beef Eaters restaurant. The building honors the neighborhood’s roots while serving as a creative and inspired gathering place for today’s community. Named in honor of Beef Eaters founder Jay Newton, The Newton was sensitively redeveloped to its original structure as an adaptive reuse project, undergoing a thoughtful revival to create a modernized destination to read, eat, gather, and shop.

Southern Rail
300 W Camelback Road
Phoenix, AZ 85013
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Open 7 days a week (closed on select holidays)

Lunch, Monday – Friday, 11am – 3pm
Drink specials begin at 11am

Social Hour, Daily, 3pm – 6pm

Dinner, Sunday – Monday, 5pm – 9pm
Tuesday – Saturday, 5pm – 10pm

Weekend Brunch, Saturday – Sunday, 10am – 3pm

Email: info@southernrailaz.com

Events

BBQ + Bourbon
Every Monday and Tuesday starting 3/7, 5pm-close
$20 get’s you a platter of Chef Beckett’s BBQ (meat and fixin’s) plus 2 glasses of bourbon or a bottle of wine (from a select list)!
Bring a friend to share with, but we won’t judge if you want to indulge solo!

Social Hour
Every day, 3-6pm
1/2 off a selection of our tasty grub
$3 off craft cocktails
$5 glasses of wine
$4 draft beers and $5 well drinks!
Plus, enjoy happy hour pricing on drinks only, Mon-Fri 11am-3pm!

Brunch
Every Saturday and Sunday, 10am-3pm

Jazz & Jambalaya
Every Sunday, on the front porch, March 6th – April 24th, 5-8pm
Live jazz, $5 Sazeracs, and Chef Beckett’s famous Jambalaya

Kentucky Derby Party
May 7th
More details coming soon!

Mother’s Day Brunch
Sunday, May 8th, 10am-3pm
Enjoy our delicious brunch items, plus Chef Beckett will be whipping up some specials for the occasion.
Book your table now, we fill up fast!

1/2 OFF bottles Arizona wine
Arizona Wine Sunday’s & Mondays ~ 1/2 price bottles of Arizona Wine

Join us every Sunday & Monday evening to gather around the table and share a bottle of Arizona wine at 1/2 price. Arizona’s wineries are proving that this state is more than just cactus and tumbleweeds with its fantastic nationally acclaimed wines.

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