W Scottsdale is kicking off the new year by welcoming Cottontail Lounge to its adored WET Deck. The fresh space replaces the former Shade Lounge.
Author: Melissa Larsen
Every January, we can’t get enough healthy, nourishing, veggie-packed dishes to kick off the new year. Luckily, Pita Jungle has made such dishes even more tempting with the release of its new seasonal menu.
Raise your whiskey glass! Old Town Scottsdale’s Bourbon & Bones Chophouse | Bar is set to open a second Valley location at San Tan Village in Gilbert.
This fall, Chandler welcomed the state’s very first build-your-own pasta concept, Pasta78, where a bowl of handmade, just-like-Grandma-made spaghetti is just minutes away.
Arizona Science Center will once again bring winter to Phoenix with its adored Snow Week, taking place Dec. 26 to Jan. 1.
As they say, the show must go on. And that is exactly why Zoppé: An Italian Family Circus is back in Arizona and introducing its Multimedia Drive-In Show starting Dec. 26 via nightly shows and daily matinees.
From luxurious New Year’s Eve dinners (complete with Champagne toasts) to casual New Year’s Day brunches with Bloody Marys to breakfast-in-bed options for those who want to cozy up at home, these Arizona restaurants are offering a variety of ways to deliciously welcome in 2021.
Who doesn’t love a hidden gem–especially one that has a glorious wine list? Peacock Wine Bar in Gilbert might be just the spot for your holiday wind-down.
Whether you’re cozying up at home for Christmas dinner or looking for a luxurious (yet safe) night out this holiday season, these Arizona restaurants are dishing up a variety of options for eating, drinking and being merry this Christmas.
Like so many beloved nonprofit events this year, Ryan House’s annual White Christmas Gala had to be put on the back burner. Not to be deterred, Ryan House cooked up a new fundraiser to benefit its world-class care and programs: Sip. Savor. Dine. Culinary Experiences.