Surrounded by the lights and excitement of the night life in Old Town Scottsdale is the ROK Social House.
Author: Elizabeth Galicia
Thank your father for everything he’s done in your life this Father’s Day by feeding his appetite at one of these amazing restaurants in the Valley.
The Taco Guild is the newest Phoenix restaurant hotspot located right inside a deconsecrated Methodist church on the northwest corner of 7th street and Osborne.
Take Thanksgiving dinner home this year with these great Phoenix restaurants offering carry-out options.
Newly remodeled with a colorful contemporary new look, sleek granite bar top, open bar and patio space, added private dinning room space for up to 50 people and a redesigned menu; Fabulous Arizona was invited for a sneak peak of Phoenix City Grille’s new fall menu.
ZuZu at Hotel Valley Ho is the hippest restaurant in Downtown Scottsdale offering an eclectic mix of a retro-chic ambiance paired with deliciously constructed colorful dishes assembled with locally grown ingredients. Every dish is truly a tasty piece of art for your palette.
With the weather at its peek of its splendor and the cool crisp air of autumn before us, now is the perfect time to sit out on the patio and enjoy a lovely meal surrounded by the comfort of one of Phoenix’s best restaurants.
Pinot’s Palette is the Upscale, Paint, Drink, Have Fun place where anyone in Phoenix can create a masterpiece. No art experience necessary.
What’s not to love about Nutwhats? This yummy little buttery cluster of nuts is the newest addition at all AJ’s Fine Foods local grocery stores. Founded by Lisa Rast, Nutwhats began just a few years ago selling at local farmer’s markets. It has grown to include over thirteen deliciously addicting candy flavors and has recently introduced a new line of Bean to Bar Chocolates made from beans imported from all over the world.
Arizona’s beloved Fall Restaurant Week is back with over 200 restaurants from Phoenix and Tucson participating this season. This nine day foodie affair begins Saturday, September 21 and ends Sunday, September 29.