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The Valley is a hot bed of incredible brunches–and The Living Room Wine Cafe & Lounge is certainly no exception as its four Valley locations (Chandler, pictured below; Scottsdale DC Ranch; and the recently opened Ahwatukee and Gainey Ranch locations) with its weekend Brunch & Bubbles “The Fix” menu.

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Whether you prefer your pie for dessert or slathered with cheese and pepperoni, these Valley restaurants as ringing in Pi Day (March 14) with some tasty deals on their favorite pies.

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Green beer, Guinness, corned beef–oh my! Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day (March 17) with some unique offerings from Valley restaurants, from green bagels to Lucky Charms French toast.

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Who doesn’t love a sexy restaurant serving up colorful, flavorful dishes? Meet Zen Culinary which opened in North Scottsdale in November.

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Sonata’s Restaurant and Restart Bar in Scottsdale is already impressing palates with unique plates inspired by Lithuanian, German, Polish, Hungarian, Ukrainian, Russian, Spanish, French, Irish and other European cuisines.

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Instead of filling up on beer and peanuts at the stadium, these Valley restaurants are offering stellar deals on food and drink for spring training ticket-holders.

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As if the opening of Mountain Shadows, the new $100-million resort on the corner of 56th Street and Lincoln Drive, wasn’t exciting the enough, the Paradise Valley resort has unveiled its signature restaurant: Hearth ’61

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Whether you’re seeking a decadent night out for two or a casual outing for the entire family, the Valley is brimming with Valentine’s Day dining specials to check out.

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The Living Room has introduced a super-cool sister restaurant and neighbor in Downtown Ocotillo, LA SALA Tequila Cantina.

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Instead of noshing on nachos at home, head to one of these Valley restaurants for a discounted feast (or grab a spread to go) while–or before–you catch the Super Bowl on Feb. 5.