Ahipoki Bowl started as a health-conscious concept in California. In recent years, the brand has expanded into Arizona where it currently has 10 locations, dishing out delicious and popular poke bowls among its ever-growing menu.
Food & Drink
Food and drinks in Arizona including best restaurants.
After developing a passion for wine upon visiting 32 different wine regions on four continents, Valley travel journalist Dena Roché is popping the cork on a new business. With the launch of Vin Roché, she is sharing her wine wisdom via (virtual, if desired) private tastings, events and consultations.
Canteen Arcadia is a new co-work and co-play space in Phoenix, offering areas to both work and relax, beverages from coffee to cocktails, and food from breakfast to dinner.
Located at the new Canopy by Hilton Tempe Downtown, Alter Ego is the hotel’s signature restaurant led by seasoned Valley Chef Ken Arneson.
Whether for a crowd-pleasing family meal or a casual night out with friends, Ling & Louie’s dishes up modern Asian cuisine with something for everyone. This month, the restaurant is even hosting a special offer for dine-in guests.
Gabriella’s Contemporary American Cuisine—from the husband-and-wife duo of Anthony and Anna Barr—is now open at The Mercado at Scottsdale Ranch. The family-friendly dining concept has a focus on relatable yet playful cuisine in a comfortable atmosphere.
HULA’S Modern Tiki is the Valley’s original island-style hideaway, with locations in Phoenix and Scottsdale. Here, diners explore and enjoy from-scratch foods and signature drinks that will feel like a tropical beach getaway.
Scottsdale’s newest fast-casual concept has come from an unexpected place: the illustrious Alex Stratta. The James Beard Award-winning chef has teamed up with Genuine Concepts to bring Stratta Kitchen to North Scottsdale.
Floor 13 Rooftop Bar is located on the 13th floor of the Hilton Garden Inn in heart of Downtown Phoenix. Serving up cocktails, wine and beer along with light bites, the rooftop terrace features a spacious sundeck area and a breathtaking view overlooking the Phoenix skyline.
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.