This summer, we’re not eating anything unless it is topped with this refreshing lime crema. For your next poolside party, whip up this elote salad, courtesy of MIXT at Scottsdale Quarter.
Food & Drink
Food and drinks in Arizona including best restaurants.
If you find yourself in the bustling heart of Downtown Phoenix, you have to try the latest addition to the city’s culinary scene: Huss Brewing Co. The new destination offers craft beers brewed to perfection and an array of modern Midwest favorites to complement.
When it comes to steakhouses in the Valley, Dominick’s in Scottsdale provides an unparalleled fine dining culinary experience. Founded in 2011 by the legendary Mastro family, this stunning, two-story, 10,500-sq.-ft. restaurant offers first-rate ambiance, service and the supreme class of steaks and seafood.
Downtown Phoenix is flourishing with exciting new bars and restaurants and Sake Haus is one of the newest to add to your must-try list.
From drink and dining specials to a special Drag Disco Brunch, Memorial Day weekend is serving up fun in spades in the Valley to kick off the unofficial start of summer.
From Michelin-starred Chef Danny Grant, etta is newly opened at Scottsdale Quarter. The casual neighborhood eatery is the second Valley concept from What If Syndicate, the hospitality group behind Maple & Ash.
Arizona Restaurant Association’s Spring 2022 Arizona Restaurant Week is just around the corner, kicking off May 20. Upwards of 100 restaurants will be taking part in this season’s 10-day dining event.
There’s classic Southern fare, and then there’s the spiritual, ingredient-driven cuisine from SugarJam that’s as much an ode to authentic brunch staples, as it is a fun reintroduction to what authentic southern dishes can (and should) taste like.
Right alongside the orange blossoms and prickly pears, things are in bloom at Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia as its signature restaurant, Prado, welcomes a new menu, alongside refreshed favorites.
A new Japanese fine-dining experience is coming to Melrose District this summer after finding popularity with its first location in Palm Springs. The new establishment, Sandfish Sushi and Whiskey, will bring traditional and experimental Japanese tastes to the area.