Arizona foodies know that The Sicilian Butcher is a staple of the Valley’s culinary scene, with savory Italian dishes, a sleek aesthetic, and an unparalleled reputation. Now, Joey Maggiore, co-founder and executive chef of the restaurant, has expanded the brand’s offerings through The Sicilian Baker—an Italian bakery which serves up authentic desserts and a number of other decadent goodies.
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One of Phoenix’s leading restaurants is giving fans the opportunity to taste its primo eats and drinks via a brand new to-go menu.
The Cowboy Club, one of Sedona’s longtime restaurants located in the heart of the downtown area, is reopened for in-restaurant dining. This family-owned establishment originally opened in 1993, and recently underwent a complete refresh of its interior and added enhanced sanitization protocols to keep all guests safe.
Taco Chelo is an authentic taqueria on Roosevelt Row in downtown Phoenix, serving up a concise menu of tacos, vegetables and beverages.
The Americano is the Italian Steakhouse that has become the talk of the town, and it is easy to see why. The decor and atmosphere feels luxurious, yet the staff is approachable and welcoming. Located in North Scottsdale off Chauncey Lane and the Loop 101 it is the perfect spot for a corporate event or an intimate dinner with someone special.
As the Governor’s restrictions are relaxing, restaurants are beginning to open their dining rooms with social distancing and health guidelines in mind. If you are feeling ready to get out of the house and dine out, here is a list of restaurants opening their dining rooms in the Phoenix area.
Arizona Restaurant Week 2020 will take place from Friday, June 19 through Sunday, June 28, with restaurants offering dine-in or takeout options.
If you’re looking for a new recipe to try at home, Enchantment Resort in Sedona shared with us their Southwestern-inspired roasted cauliflower recipe.
You may not be able to take your mom out for Mother’s Day this year, but you can still bring her a delicious meal from a local restaurant. Give mom the meal she deserves from one of these Phoenix-area restaurants offering something special this Mother’s Day.
Bars and restaurant dining rooms will not be open for Cinco de Mayo this year, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still celebrate this holiday at home. Here is a list of local restaurants offering Cinco de Mayo specials that you can order to enjoy at home.