Owners/Happy Partners Larry & Sandy Tracey Shore
Executive Chef Larry Shore started his training early at the tender age of 5 years old – good times he and his mother spent making omelets, pizza & cheesecake. At that time, he told his mom he wanted to be a ‘cooker man’ when he grew up.
His professional career bloomed after working in fine dining restaurants in Manhattan, NY. He worked for Serge Backes (Michelin Star Chef), where he found his love for Mediterranean Cuisine. The draw of the West of Arizona brought him to the 5 Diamond Boulders Resort where he was Chef de Cuisine of the Latilla Room. Then he spent several years as the Sous Chef at the renowned House of Tricks in Tempe. After moving to Sedona, he held the same position at L‘Auberge de Sedona. He was the Consultant/Chef to help open The Barrelhouse in Chandler and at Four Friends Kitchen in Denver, CO. Larry and Sandy finally had the opportunity to open their own restaurant, Cedar 65 Bistro and Gallery in Evergreen, CO… and do it their way! After 4 successful years they sold Cedar 65 Bistro because they always dreamed of coming back to Arizona and sharing their well-developed cuisine to AZ. They now have this chance in North Scottsdale at Twist Bistro and Gallery where they promise to deliver scratch made quality local sourced food with a Mediterranean accent and a ‘twist’ of something new.
Sandy Tracey Shore ~ a graphic designer & artist creating works in acrylic, watercolor &
marquetry. Sandy is responsible for choosing the artwork hanging in Twist Bistro and Gallery which change about every three months, accepted from local artists & our employees, to fit a specific theme. In their previous restaurant, Cedar 65 Bistro and Gallery, they sold over 170 pieces in 4 years. The artwork at Twist Bistro is also for sale…see your server if you are interested in purchasing a piece.
Sandy is a juried member of the Sonoran Artists League and the Scottsdale Artists League. Her work has been hung in many AZ & CO venues including: Hidden in the Hills Studio Tour/Cave Creek, Providence Gallery/Scottsdale, Etoile Fine Art Gallery/Sedona, Tubac Center for Arts/Tubac, Tempe Library & Gammage/Tempe, Boyce Thompson Arboretum/Superior, as well as the Evergreen Center for the Arts & Main Street Gallery/Evergreen, Light Rail Gallery & 1874 Gallery/Arvada, Art in Public Places & Louisville Art Association Shows/Louiseville to name a few. You can view her work at: