Not that we needed another reason to enjoy brunch at Postino WineCafe, but there is one: the Valley-wide restaurants just introduced a new Brunch Cocktail Menu.
Food & Drink
Food and drinks in Arizona including best restaurants.
Located at the new We-Ko-Pa Casino Resort in Fort McDowell, Ember is a destination dining experience with specialty prime meats and seafood sourced from around the world. Each dish is prepared over a wood-fired grill and is created by legendary chef De Cuisine Richard E. Pelz.
The supremely talented Chef Rochelle Daniel, of Fat Ox in Scottsdale, has set her sights on Flagstaff with the opening of Atria. The farm-fresh restaurant is slated to open in August.
Locally owned Picazzo’s Healthy Italian Kitchen is a household name in Arizona, recently opening its sixth local outpost, this time in Gilbert. Not only do families feel good about eating at Picazzo’s thanks to its focus on nutrient-packed, clean foods, but the restaurant is also committed to serving those with a vast array of dietary needs.
Arizona is brimming with spots to grab a cool-you-down treat, but these five time-honored ice cream shops are tops when it comes to savoring a good, old-fashioned scoop (even if the flavor might be a little quirky).
Breaking into the Valley’s java scene this summer, Kähvi Coffee + Cafe and Valley Coffee Co. are bringing local sips, bites and inviting eclectic art environments to Downtown Phoenix.
One of the latest—and arguably most decadent—developments at the Mercado at Scottsdale Ranch, comes in the form of an elevated, family-friendly restaurant called Gabriella’s Contemporary American Cuisine.
The Phoenix Suns are living up to the team name–they are on fire! These Valley restaurants are toasting to the team’s success with Phoenix Suns-inspired cocktails.
Known as The Larry during the day, Kaizen takes over for the night shift and brings unexpected tastes inspired by Japanese and Latin cultures into the heart of Downtown Phoenix. From its tuna poke cones to the ceviche mixto, Kaizen serves up an assortment of eccentric dishes with palette-teasing flavors.
If you’re not grilling this Fourth of July weekend, you’re doing it wrong. Jim Cunningham, general manager of Merkin Vineyards Scottsdale, provides wine-pairing pointers (spoiler alert: ice-cold sparkling rosé is the only cure for a 115-degree day) for your summer barbecuing.