BLT Steak at the Camelback Inn closing in September, replacement not yet named

Posted at 12:55 PM, Aug 15, 2016
The sizzle at BLT Steak will soon fizzle and the JW Marriott Scottsdale Camelback Inn Resort & Spa will be without its signature restaurant.  
But not for long.
The modern American steakhouse is closing its doors on September 9.  According to a spokesperson for BLT Steak, another restaurant will take its place in October.  She released this statement, but no other details.
"On September 9, 2016, BLT Steak, Scottsdale at the JW Marriott Camelback Inn Resort + Spa will close its doors after eight successful years. We encourage local diners to enjoy this wonderful restaurant before the 9th and get their fill of the brand's famous Popovers and prime, dry-aged steaks one more time in the Scottsdale location. BLT Steak will continue to operate in its other locations worldwide, including New York, Las Vegas and Washington D.C.  JW Marriott Camelback Inn is always looking for new opportunities to innovate its offerings for both locals and travelers alike, and we are excited to announce that a new restaurant will be opening in early October, which will celebrate the essence of the Southwest. More information will be released in the coming weeks."
According to the company's website,  BLT Steak originated in Manhattan in 2004 and the concept grew to 22 restaurants around the world.