Please note, deseo will close for its “Summer Siesta”
following dinner service on July 26 and re-open on September 4.
“descansar”at deseo: Unwind from your day at deseo’s Muddle Bar for “descansar” (meaning “to rest or relax” in Spanish) with $6 muddle drinks and select glasses of wine! 5:30 – 7:00 pm nightly.
To make a reservation for The Rail, mention “seating at The Rail” in special instructions through online reservations, or request the seating preference when making a phone reservation at 480-624-1202.
The Muddle Bar at deseo is the perfect place to enjoy a specialty Muddle drink, a glass of wine from a selection of more than 275 labels, or a flavorful ceviche dish.
From 5:30 – 7 p.m. Monday through Friday, the Muddle Bar invites you to unwind and enjoy signature Muddle Drinks and select glasses of wine for $6 each (regularly $13 each) during “descansar” – which means to “to rest or relax” in Spanish.
While you’re enjoying a drink at the Muddle Bar, experience live art in action with Resident Artist Nelson Garcia-Miranda. Watch him bring a whimsical display of expression to the canvas before your eyes.
Plan your next group dinner, private event or special occasion in the warm, festive and inviting atmosphere of deseo at The Westin Kierland Resort & Spa.
The intimate private dining room at deseo seats 12 people and offers a personal, exclusive dining experience for your group.
To speak with a group manager about planning your special event, call 480-624-1332 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
In 1999, Garcia-Miranda came to Phoenix after seeking political exile from his homeland. Since his arrival in this country, the displacement has made him more aware of his Cuban heritage or “cubanidad” and its expression in his art. He is committed to creating artwork that celebrates Cuban culture and heritage by combining his personal experiences in a style called “cubanidad”.
Nelson Garcia-Miranda’s work has also been exhibited in Havana, the Czech Republic, Ecuador, Spain, and the U.S. and can currently be found in art collections in more than 20 countries including Italy, Germany, France, Argentina and Japan.