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Food & Drink
Food and drinks in Arizona including best restaurants.
Restaurant of the Week: Lustre
Lustre Rooftop Garden at CityScape offers a delicious menu of food and cocktails with a wonderful patio with a view.
Restaurant of the Week: Phoenix City Grille
Newly remodeled with a colorful contemporary new look, sleek granite bar top, open bar and patio space, added private dinning room space for up to 50 people and a redesigned menu; Fabulous Arizona was invited for a sneak peak of Phoenix City Grille’s new fall menu.
Restaurant of the Week: Organ Stop Pizza
Organ Stop Pizza is an entertaining take on your traditional pizza parlor. The Mighty Wurlizter pipe organ provides unique entertainment while enjoying delicious hand-made pizza.
Kaleidoscope Juice: Cleanse Myths Debunked
There a lot of misconceptions about juicing, so Alexandra Maw, co-creator of Kaleidoscope Juice, is debunking some of the most common myths about juicing and juice cleanses.
Restaurant of the Week: Evo Scottsdale
Evo, a vibrant, modern restaurant in Old Town Scottsdale, serves American dishes and classic Italian cuisine using fresh ingredients and local produce.
Restaurant of the Week: ZuZu
ZuZu at Hotel Valley Ho is the hippest restaurant in Downtown Scottsdale offering an eclectic mix of a retro-chic ambiance paired with deliciously constructed colorful dishes assembled with locally grown ingredients. Every dish is truly a tasty piece of art for your palette.
Restaurant of the Week: Stonegrill & Twenty6
Stonegrill and twenty6 serve southwest American fare featuring handcrafted plates and cocktails. Perfect for a meal and drink, or enjoying the atmosphere and ambiance throughout the evening.
Best Paleo-Friendly Restaurants in Phoenix
Paleo is a new dietary phenomenon consisting of only meat, vegetables, fruit, nuts, fats, seeds and oils. That means grains and dairy are off the menu. Making paleo at home is simple but eating out can be a challenge. Here are five places in the valley to enjoy a paleo-friendly night out.
Best Patio Dining in Phoenix
With the weather at its peek of its splendor and the cool crisp air of autumn before us, now is the perfect time to sit out on the patio and enjoy a lovely meal surrounded by the comfort of one of Phoenix’s best restaurants.