Chef Christopher Gross, a James Beard Award-winning chef, has launched lunch at his new restaurant Christopher’s at the Wrigley Mansion in Phoenix. Christopher’s lunch will be a special three-course prix-fixe menu for guests to enjoy some of Chef Christopher’s signature bistro dishes for $65 per person.
James Beard Award-winning Chef Scott Conant is debuting his first summer menu at The Americano, an Italian-inspired steakhouse in North Scottsdale. To complement the new summer dishes, The Americano is also rolling out a new playful cocktail program that evokes childhood summer nostalgia with a grown-up twist.
Hand Cut Burgers & Chophouse in Old Town Scottsdale has launched a new menu, keeping some of the favorites on the bill of fare while adding exciting new dishes.
From prime rib to pasta, beer to burgers, be sure Dad is well-fed this Father’s Day (June 20) by booking a table at one of these Valley restaurants. There are plenty of delicious freebies to enjoy, too!
Though T. Cook’s at Royal Palms Resort and Spa has long been a Phoenix favorite for special occasion dining (for more than two decades, in fact), don’t wait for an anniversary or graduation to sample the restaurant’s brand-new spring/summer menu. Toast to today alongside Chef Lee Hillson’s glorious mussels and lamb chops as those alone are worth celebrating.
From dining specials and live music to delicious summer cocktails (even some in snow cone form!), these Valley restaurants are ringing in the long Memorial Day weekend with something tasty to look forward to.
With the likes of red velvet waffles, breakfast pizzas and refreshing a.m. cocktails, these Tempe restaurants offer the best in brunch. And be sure to bring your pup along, as many of these brunch destinations have pet-friendly patios. Culinary Dropout at The Yard Dig into decadent bread pudding French toast […]
With its grand opening slated in Fall 2021, Etta, a new neighborhood-style restaurant led by two-time Michelin-starred chef Danny Grant, is coming to Scottsdale Quarter with its soon-to-be-famous wood-fired dishes.
Arizona Office of Tourism has the lowdown on just some of the cuisines and dishes not-to-miss this Spring 2021 Arizona Restaurant Week, taking place May 21 to May 30.
As Mesa’s Main Street continues to grow, locals can explore charming districts in the up-and-coming downtown area that boast community-centered restaurants within walking distance of some of Arizona’s top museums, Mesa Arts Center and the light rail. Here’s where to dine and drink in Downtown Mesa.