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50 Favorite Restaurants in Phoenix 2017

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It is certainly no big secret that the Valley is brimming with restaurants that make us go “mmm.” Read on for 50 of our local favorites (in no particular order). Plus: Check out a few of our Flagstaff faves.  

 

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10 Spots for Dining with Your Dog in Phoenix

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Going out to a fancy dinner is fun and all, but you know what would be more fun? Taking your dog with you to eat dinner! Here are 10 local options for taking your four-legged friend out on the town.

 

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Salut Kitchen Bar

Salut Kitchen Bar is located in Tempe, and the sophisticated-yet-affordable kitchen bar offers ever-changing internationally and seasonally...

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Iron Clad: Q & A with Cat Cora

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As one of the top chefs in America, Cat Cora lends new meaning to “cat got your tongue?” Cora is the first female Iron Chef on Food Network’s “Iron Chef America,” is a proud mom of six and has opened more than 18 restaurants around the nation and globally, among other accomplishments on her full plate. Here, the culinarian gives a sneak peek of her newest opening, offers tips for handling the upcoming holiday season and dishes on her family’s fondness for sushi.

 

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Southern Sips: Exploring Sonoita Wineries

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Southern Arizona is known for a few things: cowboys, old historic towns and wide open cattle ranges. However, there is one thing it doesn’t get enough recognition for: wine.

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While Sonoita may not be what comes to mind when you think vineyards and wine tasting, it should be. Sonoita has some of the best-in-the-West wineries and produces distinctive wines that offer a one-of-a-kind Arizona tasting experience.

Each winery is spread out, offering breathtaking views of...

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Best Valley Farmers' Markets

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According to the Arizona Farm Bureau, Arizona agriculture is a $10.3-billion industry. The Valley offers numerous farmers’ markets that offer up almost anything you can think of—from farm-fresh fruits and veggies to just-cut flowers and homemade gifts. Instead of rushing to the grocery store, soak up some sun and shop from organic homegrown foodstuffs, while also supporting the local economy and community farmers, at these Valley farmers’ markets.

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