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Prado: A Delicious Oasis

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One of the most adored places to sneak away in Phoenix is the Omni Scottsdale Resort and Spa at Montelucia. Nestled near Camelback Mountain, this Spanish-inspired gem takes “staycation” to a luxurious level with Joya Spa, breathtaking views, and a delicious dining gem, known as Prado. 

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Featured Chef: Executive Sous Chef Albert Torrisi of Gertrude’s

Featured Chef Albert Torrisi,  Executive Sous Chef of Gertrude’s restaurant in Phoenix.

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Arizona’s 50 Best Restaurants 2014

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We sure are lucky to call Arizona home. The Valley is chock-full of amazing, one-of-a-kind dining destinations. From old timers that have appeared on our list for years (hello, Vincent on Camelback and Tarbell's) to taste bud-tantalizing newcomers (like SumoMaya and Virtu), here are 50 of our favorite restaurants in the Valley--plus a few out-of-towners that we can't get enough of.

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Food Lover’s Oasis in Central Arizona

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If food and drink are on your brain every second of every day, look no further than central Arizona for a foodie-themed escape. Fine-dining establishments and eclectic eateries can be found all over greater Phoenix, boasting local purveyors and family recipes passed down through generations.

Head to one of these three destinations for memorable dining experiences this summer:

Greater Phoenix. Grab a...

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Featured Chef: Gregory J. Weiner

Executive Chef Gregory J. Wiener of Top of the Rock, Marriott at the Buttes.

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