Arizona Restaurant Association’s Spring 2022 Arizona Restaurant Week is just around the corner, kicking off May 20. Upwards of 100 restaurants will be taking part in this season’s 10-day dining event.
Right alongside the orange blossoms and prickly pears, things are in bloom at Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia as its signature restaurant, Prado, welcomes a new menu, alongside refreshed favorites.
A new Japanese fine-dining experience is coming to Melrose District this summer after finding popularity with its first location in Palm Springs. The new establishment, Sandfish Sushi and Whiskey, will bring traditional and experimental Japanese tastes to the area.
From weeklong dining specials and to-go margaritas to multi-day tequila- and taco-fueled parties, Phoenix is brimming with Cinco de Mayo celebrations.
A must for your Mother’s Day lunch or a springy supper, this superfood Caesar salad from EAT by Stacey Weber is simple to whip up but big in flavor and texture.
Now open, Society by EVO brings an upscale dining destination and bar to the heart of Tempe, complete with a vibrant biophilic design, high-end sips and late-night bites in an unpretentious environment.
It’s the happiest hour of the day–and there’s no need to miss out, even if you’re gluten-free. Dive into happy hour at these five Phoenix area restaurants, each offering plenty of gluten-free fare.
Flowers are nice; mimosas, lobster benedict and ricotta pancakes are even better. Celebrate Mom with these special brunches, lunches and dinners in honor of Mother’s Day.
A brand-new Sunday brunch menu at Cottontail Lounge has made its debut at W Scottsdale, featuring delicious food, cocktails, entertainment and, of course, fun!
Since opening its doors in 2002, Red, White, & Brew has brought a home away from home-style eatery to the East Valley with a cozy interior and American comfort food. The spot celebrated its 20th year in the Valley in February and looks forward to many more incredible years to come.