As if W Scottsdale wasn’t already one of the most popular spots in Arizona—it’s basically the pinnacle of Old Town Scottsdale’s hip, cultural scene—now it’s expanding into the realm of unequivocally cool brunch spaces too, with its latest addition of the Cottontail Lounge.
Author: Kyley Warren
Arizona’s fine arts scene is one of the most vibrant in the country. And fans of the visuals arts are in for a treat, as two beloved Valley photographers have debuted fresh creative projects to kick off the new year.
Beloved neighborhood pizzeria, Humble Pie, has undergone a brand revamp that includes sleek dining room renovations, an updated bar and a new menu—redeveloped by none other than world-class chef and Food Network star, Jorge Gomez.
As the trend of luxury picnics continues its wave across the West Coast, here are some of the best pop-up picnic services in Arizona to consider for your next party or celebration.
What began as a backyard market in 2011—built on a collective love for vintage items and the hope of supporting small businesses in the process—has since evolved into one of the most anticipated traveling markets across the country, the Junk in the Trunk Vintage Market.
Belle’s Nashville Kitchen—Old Town Scottsdale’s newest source of classic, Southern charm—is a honkey tonk-themed bar and restaurant that boasts Nashville-inspired fare and other traditional staples in a cozy, hazel-drenched space.
Bookstores often carry the same inimitable magic boasted by theaters and art galleries—all offer forms of escapism that inspire images of new worlds, thoughts and sometimes even people. Here are some of Arizona’s best local bookstores.
Settled beyond the Estrella Mountains in the Presidio Residents Club is The Cantina, a casual restaurant with made-from-scratch Mexican dishes and Chef-inspired twists on old favorites.
Cave Creek’s newest restaurant gem, Ofrenda, offers guests a refreshing take on the traditional, Latin-inspired dining experience.
Arizona’s newest nonprofit, Rare Ambition, is a Scottsdale-based 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization founded by Mary Hampton with the mission to positively impact others, help families in need and make a difference.