It’s officially the beginning of fall here in Arizona, marking the start of ordering pumpkin spice lattes, preparing for the cold and kissing our hot summer goodbye. With October rolling in, it’s finally time to pick the perfect pumpkin and scroll a corn maze or two.
Author: Kenzie Barrena
Combining art and architecture inspired by nature, Dale Chihuly will be returning to the Sonoran Desert to showcase his latest exhibit, Chihuly in the Desert, at Desert Botanical Garden and Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West from Dec. 3, 2021 through June 19, 2022. Tickets to attend will be on sale starting Oct. 4.
Known as a staple neighborhood joint in Arcadia, LGO’s Ingo’s Tasty Food’s second location is now open and has brought its new American-style plates and relaxed atmosphere to Downtown Phoenix’s Block 23.
Reinventing breakfast and lunch staples, Teaspoon is a chic eatery with a globally inspired menu in Tucson. The joint, owned by a sister duo, offers tastes inspired by their home kitchen and Tucson’s local flare.
The second annual For the Kids fundraiser hosted by BackFit Health + Spine is now accepting donations both virtually and in person until Sept. 17. The donations will benefit the Phoenix Children’s Hospital and in exchange, Backfit is offering a multitude of complimentary services and giveaways.
Since opening its doors in 2013, EVO has brought the experiences and tastes of Italy to Old Town Scottsdale. With delicacies like the lobster gnocchi to casual bites like the EVO burger, EVO is the perfect place to meet with friends or enjoy a romantic evening for two.
After traveling the world showcasing the works of the posthumously famous Vincent Van Gogh, the Immersive Van Gogh exhibit has finally made its way to Scottsdale, allowing art connoisseurs to step inside the distressed, melancholic mind of Van Gogh, and experience his work in ways that have taken the world by storm.
An innovative, American-style eatery, The Herb Box in Scottsdale offers a full-service dining experience highlighting fresh ingredients, regional cuisine and twists on traditional dishes. The spot is vegetarian- and gluten-friendly and gives guests the opportunity to customize any meal to accommodate their preferences.
Cave + Post Trading Co., Phoenix’s newest eclectic gentleman’s mercantile and maker space, has opened its doors to the public and is offering visitors a curated selection of clothing, accessories and home goods. The spot is run by a husband-and-wife team, Patrick and Mary Burch, with the help of their five kids.
The brand new 2021 Mercedes-GLA is an SUV perfect for those who love a more compact vehicle, but still need the space a traditional SUV provides and the engine power of a sports car.