Arizona has a reputation for a few things—warm weather, beautiful sunsets and surprisingly good coffee. Between the innovative drink creations, eccentric shop decor and charismatic baristas, there’s more than a few things that make Arizona a true coffee haven.
Food & Drink
Food and drinks in Arizona including best restaurants.
Settled along Phoenix’s restaurant row on Seventh Street is Bevvy Uptown—a swanky gastropub that boasts an extensive food and beverage menu, with everything from refined cocktails to flavorful, handcrafted meals.
Nothing completes a day at the pool or a backyard cookout quite like an ice-cold beer. Arizona’s greatest breweries are offering stellar beers to up your summer sipping. Here are seven of our favorites.
Phoenix’s newest restaurant, Sushi Vibe, is a family-friendly Japanese dining option that serves fresh sushi cuisine in a sleek, modern setting.
A good slice of pizza can be hard to find. Luckily, we just discovered a new favorite in South Tempe. Artichoke Basille’s Pizza showcases large New York-style slices that are undeniably delicious.
Cheers to National Tequila Day on Friday, July 24! These three Valley restaurants are raising a glass to this lip-smackingly-good holiday.
Located in Phoenix’s Arcadia neighborhood is CRUjiente Tacos—a Latin-inspired modern taqueria that features an expansive menu, with dishes intended to revolutionize how we see modern Mexican fare.
Wanting to kick-up your family’s tired dinner routine? Postino has launched two must-try to-go dining experiences. Food for the Crew family meals and DIY Spritz Kitz are now available at Valley-wide Postino locations.
The Sicilian Butcher is a hip eatery centered on a build-your-own meal experience, famous for craft meatballs, made-from-scratch pasta and Sicilian-style charcuterie boards—which are five-feet-long and feature artisanal meats and cheeses, among other items.
Arizona foodies know that The Sicilian Butcher is a staple of the Valley’s culinary scene, with savory Italian dishes, a sleek aesthetic, and an unparalleled reputation. Now, Joey Maggiore, co-founder and executive chef of the restaurant, has expanded the brand’s offerings through The Sicilian Baker—an Italian bakery which serves up authentic desserts and a number of other decadent goodies.