It doesn’t feel like fall yet in the Valley, but the arrival of football assures us it is coming. Here are some of the best places to watch the game this season.
Author: Tony Pontecorvo
May 25 is National Wine Day! To prepare, Fabulous Arizona visited Pasta Brioni in Old Town Scottsdale to pair wines with delicious Italian cuisine and called on local sommelier Wesam Kawa from Monarch Cafe for additional tips.
Arizona Restaurant Week returns May 17-26, featuring some of the best restaurants in the valley and throughout the state. Once again, Fabulous Arizona is here to give you the lowdown on the best places to visit.
From a coffee cocktail accompanied with donuts to dishes like cauliflower mashed with eggs and lemon ricotta pancakes, the new brunch at Bobby-Q’s Biltmore location will break you out of your brunch rut.
There’s a story behind every dish at NPX – A Neighborhood Joint, located just west of Tatum Boulevard on Bell Rd in North Phoenix.
MODERN Oysterbar Chophouse gives diners a locally-owned option for fresh seafood and high-end steaks in a central location on Scottsdale Road and Gold Dust Ave.
It’s difficult to find the sweet spot between a neighborhood restaurant and an upscale steakhouse, but Keeler’s Neighborhood Steakhouse in Carefree hits the mark.
Arizona is a year-round destination for vacations and honeymoons, thus we have endless options for “date-night” restaurants. To help you choose where to go, here are some of the most romantic restaurants in the Valley.
You only get one chance each year to get Valentine’s Day right. A great start is by reserving your table at one of these romantic restaurants going the extra mile for you and your sweetheart.
“The Greatest Show on Grass” returns, as the Waste Management Phoenix Open takes over TPC Scottsdale January 30 – February 3. Whether you’re among the raucous crowd or living it up in a skybox, chances are you’re going to want to extend the party. Here are some great places close to the Phoenix Open.