Phoenix’s newest restaurant, Chantico, celebrates the diversity of Mexican cuisine and culture through its unique aesthetic and menu offerings—with much of it actually drawing on inspiration from Mexico City itself.
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The heart of Phoenix has a new favorite neighborhood hangout: The Macintosh. Here, fourth-generation restaurateur Christopher Collins of Common Ground Culinary created the perfect place to enjoy modern American cuisine and sip cocktails with good company.
Canteen Arcadia is a new co-work and co-play space in Phoenix, offering areas to both work and relax, beverages from coffee to cocktails, and food from breakfast to dinner.
Settled along Phoenix’s restaurant row on Seventh Street is Bevvy Uptown—a swanky gastropub that boasts an extensive food and beverage menu, with everything from refined cocktails to flavorful, handcrafted meals.
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.
To commemorate their 25th Anniversary, Pita Jungle is bringing back fan favorite dishes over the last few decades with a new Seasonal Kitchen Crafts Menu.
Taco Guild in Phoenix serves brunch very Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 2pm and they just rolled out new brunch menu items.
Different Pointe of View at the Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs Resort in Phoenix, featuring sweeping valley views, is offering a Summer Prix Fixe Menu for just $44 per person.
Alex Robinson was recently named the Executive Chef at T. Cook’s and Royal Palms Resort and Spa. Chef Alex has worked in some of the country’s best five-star resort kitchens.
There’s a story behind every dish at NPX – A Neighborhood Joint, located just west of Tatum Boulevard on Bell Rd in North Phoenix.