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.
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Settled within the heart of Phoenix is 36 Below—a modern speakeasy that seamlessly blends the mysterious aesthetic of an underground martini bar with that of a more ethereal, above-ground space. Complete with mushroom cocktails, earthy decor tones and a hypnotizing checkered floor, the hangout feels less like a bar and more like a portal into the adult world of Alice in Wonderland.
Arizona Restaurant Association’s Fall Arizona Restaurant Week is back, Sept. 17 to Sept. 26. And this time, the association is raising funds to help underprivileged members of the community who have been affected by the pandemic.
Whether you’re in need of a wallet-friendly bottle of wine and a bouquet of flowers on the way to a friend’s house or an ice cream burrito and a lottery ticket for a fun Saturday night, Air Guitar has you covered. The new spot, which is a unique take on the traditional convenience store, is now open in Gilbert.
The first-ever Phoenix Vegan Restaurant Week is underway Sept. 12 to Sept. 18. From spotlighting coffee shops to food trucks to full-service restaurants, the weeklong event will celebrate plant-based cuisine in the Valley.
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.
Whether you’re toasting to the last few weeks of summer, celebrating a special occasion or simply treating yourself because you deserve it, Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia is the place to dig in thanks to its lineup of top-notch dining destinations.
With announcements revolving around Disneyland’s Magic Key pass and Genie app, we’re seriously craving some Dole whip (and maybe a churro or two). Here are six spots to get your fill of that creamy, cold pineapple goodness right here in the Valley.
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.
Uptown Phoenix foodies are in for a treat. Valley-based Common Ground Culinary (its portfolio includes the likes of Grassroots Kitchen & Tap, Twisted Grove Parlor + Bar and The Macintosh) will open two brand-new dining destinations in The Colony this October.