From socially distant Santa photos to dazzling drive-through holiday light displays, the Valley is full of safe-yet-festive fun that proves even 2020 can’t stifle the holiday spirit.
Author: Melissa Larsen
From our favorite Arizona makers and brands, here are 35-plus gift ideas to make this holiday season merry and bright for loved ones.
LDV Winery Experience Arizona Gift Basket With two books from one of Arizona’s top food writers, Christina Barrueta, an Arizona wine map placard, caramel corn from Scottsdale’s Super Chunk and your choice of bottle from LDV Winery, this gift basket is jam-packed with goodies for the grape-loving gourmand in your […]
Swept Away Scents Home for the Holidays With a cozy blend of vanilla and cinnamon, the Home for the Holidays hand-crafted candle ($15) by Swept Away Scents fills the air with a classic holiday aroma. The 100 percent soy wax candle is crafted with the highest quality fragrance oils. Shop via […]
Chef’s Kitchen and Herb Garden Dinner at Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia Cheers in the new year with a Chef’s Kitchen and Herb Garden four-course dinner from Executive Chef Marcos Seville at Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia. Each month, the resort hosts uniquely themed dinner parties […]
Sage Aubrey Mini Luna Sage Aubrey is offering an epic Black Friday sale this year, with 30 percent off site-wide (some exclusions apply). Our pick? The perfect-sized Mini Luna bag ($495), with Valley brand’s iconic shape and Italian-made beauty. Shop online at sageaubrey.com.
Kendra Scott Everlyne Gold Friendship Bracelet in Blush Dichroic Glass The perfect gift for your sister or bestie, the pretty-in-pink Everlyne Gold Friendship Bracelet in Blush Dichroic Glass ($40) is rounded out with a braided cord, a medallion accent and two playful tassels. Twenty percent of proceeds from every purchase […]
A favorite Flagstaff hangout, The Oakmont boasts a massive, family-friendly patio, an evolving menu of classic dishes and a casual atmosphere for taking in a beer and the big game.
For a relaxed Thanksgiving Eve, grab a cocktail or beer at these Valley restaurants and cheers to the start of the holiday season.
Yes, Thanksgiving 2020 is going to look a bit different than past holidays. But that doesn’t mean the food can’t be just as delicious and comforting.