The supremely talented Chef Rochelle Daniel, of Fat Ox in Scottsdale, has set her sights on Flagstaff with the opening of Atria. The farm-fresh restaurant is slated to open in August.
Arizona is brimming with spots to grab a cool-you-down treat, but these five time-honored ice cream shops are tops when it comes to savoring a good, old-fashioned scoop (even if the flavor might be a little quirky).
Breaking into the Valley’s java scene this summer, Kähvi Coffee + Cafe and Valley Coffee Co. are bringing local sips, bites and inviting eclectic art environments to Downtown Phoenix.
The Phoenix Suns are living up to the team name–they are on fire! These Valley restaurants are toasting to the team’s success with Phoenix Suns-inspired cocktails.
If you’re not grilling this Fourth of July weekend, you’re doing it wrong. Jim Cunningham, general manager of Merkin Vineyards Scottsdale, provides wine-pairing pointers (spoiler alert: ice-cold sparkling rosé is the only cure for a 115-degree day) for your summer barbecuing.
Whether you are watching the NBA playoffs (go Phoenix Suns!), Sunday football or your favorite MLB teams, you want to catch all the action at the best sports bars in the Valley. Check out these Phoenix and Scottsdale area sports bars (and sports-friendly restaurants) to catch your top teams.
The Herb Box is leaving its spot in DC Ranch to return to its home neighborhood on Shea Boulevard. The innovative American eatery, which opened in 1995, is pleased to return to its roots and welcomes guests to its beautiful new Scottsdale space.
Think pink. Throughout the summer, FRANCINE, in the luxury wing of Scottsdale Fashion Square, will offer guests sweet deals on everyone’s favorite seasonal sip: rosé.
Chef Christopher Gross, a James Beard Award-winning chef, has launched lunch at his new restaurant Christopher’s at the Wrigley Mansion in Phoenix. Christopher’s lunch will be a special three-course prix-fixe menu for guests to enjoy some of Chef Christopher’s signature bistro dishes for $65 per person.
James Beard Award-winning Chef Scott Conant is debuting his first summer menu at The Americano, an Italian-inspired steakhouse in North Scottsdale. To complement the new summer dishes, The Americano is also rolling out a new playful cocktail program that evokes childhood summer nostalgia with a grown-up twist.