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In the past few months, the Phoenix dining scene has been on the rise, in part thanks to the casual and contemporary District American Kitchen & Wine Bar.

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Fourth of July Cocktails

Sure, the Fourth of July is synonymous with fireworks. But why not try one of these festive cocktails (some blue, some red, all delish) to also light up your night this Independence Day.

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Editor’s Three Favorite Happy Hours

As many of my friends can attest to, I love a good happy hour. Why? Well, besides saving money, I love the fact that I can go out and have a good time after work on a Friday, but still be home by 8 p.m. and up bright and early hiking Camelback Mountain on Saturday morning. It’s the perfect social solution to avoiding the hangover and waking up with a large receipt from a late night out. Now what I DON’T appreciate are bad happy hours. And by bad, I mean happy hours that end at 5:30 p.m. (um, that is when they should start) and happy hours that are only Monday though Thursday (I think it’s very sneaky to not have it on Friday evenings, when...

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Almejas Al Vapor Recipe

Lead by chef Matt Carter and serving up Latin-inspired eats, The Mission is one of Old Town’s newest culinary sensations—and we can’t wait to serve this impressive dish in our own dining rooms.

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In With the New-J&G Steakhouse

Those still mourning the loss of Mary Elaine’s at The Phoenician can finally see the silver lining: The space is now home to J&G Steakhouse, renowned chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s tempting new dining treasure.

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