For a relaxed Thanksgiving Eve, grab a cocktail or beer at these Valley restaurants and cheers to the start of the holiday season.
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Following several months of temporary closures, Downtown Phoenix favorites Bitter & Twisted Cocktail Parlour and Little Rituals have reopened—now with strict safety protocols to complement their redesigned cocktail and food menus.
Nationally recognized and James Beard-honored mixologist Kim Haasarud is bringing a new dining concept, Garden Bar, into the heart of Downtown Phoenix in the first quarter of 2021. In the meantime, cocktail connoisseurs can get a taste of the mixologist’s famous creations with a preview sent straight to their doorsteps.
Yes, Thanksgiving 2020 is going to look a bit different than past holidays. But that doesn’t mean the food can’t be just as delicious and comforting.
The West Valley’s newest elevated brunch hotspot, Hash Kitchen, comes from the mind of Chef Joey Maggiore and features decadent dishes, a boozy build-your-own Bloody Mary bar, and an unparalleled party aesthetic.
From offering discounted pet adoptions to free tacos, these Phoenix businesses are honoring those who have served this Veteran’s Day, Nov. 11.
Kasai Scottsdale—the Valley’s premier Japanese steakhouse—is an Asian cuisine-focused experience that celebrates teppanyaki-style dining through sushi and Asian fusion.
With its focus on community, creativity and commerce, RED Development is expanding CityScape Phoenix and Block 23 with a variety of new restaurant concepts and localized hospitality groups. With some grand openings happening now and other debuts set in the future in Downtown Phoenix, take a look at the new tenants.
With locations in Scottsdale and Phoenix, Bootleggers is a casually upscale, modern American smokehouse that’s famous for its rustic ambience and eclectic comfort food creations.
Phoenicians can ring in the spooky szn with these Halloween-inspired eats. Candy corn cocktail, anyone?