The absence of gluten certainly doesn’t mean the absence of flavor, as tasted in these gluten-free dishes–ranging from tacos to pizza to baked goodies. Here are 15 picks for gluten-free feasting in Phoenix.
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With locations in Midtown Phoenix, Old Town Scottsdale and now Tempe, Daily Dose is a locally-owned casual dining eatery that’s known for serving up splurge-worthy, flavorful brunch and lunch favorites.
W Scottsdale is kicking off the new year by welcoming Cottontail Lounge to its adored WET Deck. The fresh space replaces the former Shade Lounge.
Every January, we can’t get enough healthy, nourishing, veggie-packed dishes to kick off the new year. Luckily, Pita Jungle has made such dishes even more tempting with the release of its new seasonal menu.
Settled beyond the Estrella Mountains in the Presidio Residents Club is The Cantina, a casual restaurant with made-from-scratch Mexican dishes and Chef-inspired twists on old favorites.
Raise your whiskey glass! Old Town Scottsdale’s Bourbon & Bones Chophouse | Bar is set to open a second Valley location at San Tan Village in Gilbert.
Cave Creek’s newest restaurant gem, Ofrenda, offers guests a refreshing take on the traditional, Latin-inspired dining experience.
With a mission of redefining your average corner store, co-founders of Upward Projects, Craig and Kris Demarco, and retail gurus of Bro Retail Group, Eric and Elissa Seitz, have broken ground with their newest project, Air Guitar.
Juices (or smoothies) make eating fresh fruits and vegetables–along with so many other important foods like flaxseeds and protein–the ultimate convenience food. And luckily you can find great juice and smoothie shops all around the Valley.
This fall, Chandler welcomed the state’s very first build-your-own pasta concept, Pasta78, where a bowl of handmade, just-like-Grandma-made spaghetti is just minutes away.