Throughout the month of August, Daily Jam celebrates its 10th anniversary with limited-time offerings, freebies, giveaways and more. The Tempe eatery specializes in locally sourced, made-from-scratch breakfast, brunch and lunch dishes.
Food & Drink
Food and drinks in Arizona including best restaurants.
Why do cocktails taste better when sipped from a cool rooftop? At Phoenix’s Don Woods’ Say When, which is perched atop Rise Uptown, revelers can sip classic and creative cocktails and enjoy elevated bar bites, all while taking in 270-degree panoramas.
If you’re planning a wine-tasting tour through Arizona this fall, Anthem has a fresh addition to add to the list: L’Entrata. The new North Valley wine bar is scheduled to open early this fall, and its Web site is now up and running for purchasing fine wine from around the globe.
It’s time to stock the cellars. Now celebrating its 35th year, AJ’s Summer Wine Spectacular offers wine novices and experts alike the chance to explore more than 40 must-try wines for $13.99 and under.
After having its grand opening only this past June, Scottsdale’s newest modern tavern, Campo Italian Bistro & Bar, has taken the city’s fine-dining experience by storm and is offering guests from scratch, authentic Italian eats.
National S’mores Day is August 10, and there is no better way to celebrate than by digging into a not-so-traditional take on this campfire creation. Here are five Valley spots to check out.
Downtown Phoenix’s Angel’s Trumpet Ale House is one of those spots that could rely on its beer list and prime location. Good thing for diners, after tasting the goods that come out of the from-scratch kitchen (right down to the ranch dressing!), Angel’s Trumpet Ale House is an over-achiever.
Not that we needed another reason to enjoy brunch at Postino WineCafe, but there is one: the Valley-wide restaurants just introduced a new Brunch Cocktail Menu.
Located at the new We-Ko-Pa Casino Resort in Fort McDowell, Ember is a destination dining experience with specialty prime meats and seafood sourced from around the world. Each dish is prepared over a wood-fired grill and is created by legendary chef De Cuisine Richard E. Pelz.
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.