La Bocca Urban Pizzeria & Wine Bar. We'd walked by earlier in the day and thought it would be a good choice for dinner. By the time we sat down at the table, though, we realized we hadn't even looked at the menu before going inside. That's not something we typically do, so we were relieved to see a variety of salads, pizzas and sandwiches on the menu.
The atmosphere was pretty much what you'd expect for something dubbed an "urban pizzeria and wine bar." It was casual, but definitely trendy. The bar at the back of the restaurant (that was quite busy by the time we left) had a large video screen showing a looping set of old cartoons.
From there we headed over to Robbie Fox's Public House where the wedding party hosted a casual reception for their out of town guests after their rehearsal dinner. We really enjoyed ourselves, but that assessment is based largely on the company. B was happy to see lots of old friends and I had a great time as well. I can't really say much about Robbie Fox's itself because the place was packed. My only comments are that the staff was super friendly and attentive despite the massive crowd and they need bigger bathrooms.
In a couple of hours we'll be headed to the actual wedding followed by a reception at the Phoenix Zoo. It should be another great night!