Entertainment icon and hip-hop legend Snoop Dogg’s first-ever gin brand, INDOGGO Gin, is now available across Arizona, including at Total Wine and fine local liquor stores.
Food & Drink
Food and drinks in Arizona including best restaurants.
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.
Joining Roosevelt Row’s art and entertainment district is Luckys Indoor Outdoor, a new bar concept by 20-year restaurant veteran Julian Wright of Fork and Dagger Hospitality.
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.
For nearly three decades, Los Sombreros has been a Valley treasure with a loyal fanbase who clamor to its Scottsdale location for authentic Mexican eats. The eatery recently added a third outpost to its lineup (Uptown Phoenix marked its second location), giving Mesa diners easier access to its delicious specialties.
Pour yourself a cup of cheer–or have these Valley restaurants, bars and resorts do it instead–this holiday season. Here are 14 festive sips to spread some holiday spirit.
Phoenix’s newest restaurant, Chantico, celebrates the diversity of Mexican cuisine and culture through its unique aesthetic and menu offerings—with much of it actually drawing on inspiration from Mexico City itself.
We already knew 2020 was a bummer when the East Valley was deprived of Clever Koi Gilbert, which was out of service after a serious kitchen fire at the end of 2019 (and then, you know, the pandemic). Months after closing, the restaurant is now open, bringing its incredible cocktails and ramen back to Downtown Gilbert.
A favorite Flagstaff hangout, The Oakmont boasts a massive, family-friendly patio, an evolving menu of classic dishes and a casual atmosphere for taking in a beer and the big game.