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Where to Watch the Super Bowl in Phoenix

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On Feb. 1, the Seattle Seahawks and the New England Patriots will face off at University of Phoenix Stadium for the biggest game of the year. If you didn’t snag a ticket—and let’s get real, who did?—don’t sweat it. Any one of these popular spots would love to have you. Check them out this weekend for killer deals and a wild time.

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Where to Go After the Phoenix Open

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The Waste Management Phoenix Open will take place Jan. 26 to Feb. 1 at TPC Scottsdale. After getting your fill of putts, birdies and everything golf, fill up on some of the Valley’s best restaurants.

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Isabella’s Kitchen

This Italian country bistro located at Grayhawk in Scottsdale can satisfy your pasta craving with their hand-made pastas and hand-stretched pizzas after the Phoenix Open. The restaurant is open...

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Host a Cozy Holiday Party at Sassi

 

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During the holidays, the last thing we want to do is worry about planning a party after shopping and spending time with family. But Sassi will take care of everything for you in a warm, home-like atmosphere with the Italian venue, the simple décor and tableside service. Bernice Hertzfeldt from Sassi gave AFM the details on their customizable party options.

AFM: Why host a party at Sassi?

BH: What’s unique about Sassi is all the different rooms and variety that we offer for parties. So we’re doing intimate parties for 14 in our wine cellar or...

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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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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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