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A New Sushi and Seafood Experience

Yes to Noh

Scottsdale’s Noh offers diners a unique and undeniably hip way to experience some of the best sushi and seafood in the Valley.


Hyatt Regency Scottsdale Resort and Spa at Gainey Ranch, 7500 E. Doubletree Ranch Rd., Scottsdale. 480.444.1234, scottsdale.hyatt.com. 
Chefs: Marc Cain and Karen Lucero 
Hours: Tuesday through Saturday; seatings are 6 p.m. and 8 p.m.

Tried and true. Test out these AFM-approved hot spots.

Tried and true. Test out these AFM-approved hot spots.

If you desire a speedy-yet-sophisticated lunch, try the fall plates menu at...

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The Capital Grille

Even those who have to eat lunch on the run want something delicious and satisfying. Scottsdale and Phoenix locations of The Capital Grille have unveiled a genius new fall “plates” menu that allows diners three mouthwatering courses and promises to have them in and out in a mere 45 minutes—plenty of time to get back to the office. The fall plates menu features three soups/salads, three sandwiches and three sides; diners...


A Dining Sensation

King Dom

Two stories. A sparkling pool. Crystal chandeliers.Scottsdale Quarter’s new Michael Dominick’s LincolnAvenue Prime Steakhouse boasts all the gorgeousness ofa high-end home or resort—with excellent fare, to boot.

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Holiday High Tea in the Valley


December is the perfect time to enjoy holiday high tea with close family and friends. Here are a few of the best places to relax and celebrate over steeping cups and delicious hors d'oeuvres.


Wright’s at Biltmore Brings Back ‘Classic’ Dishes and Service

With its storied history as the signature restaurant of the legendary Arizona Biltmore, Wright’s at The Biltmore is a Phoenix classic. So what would be more natural than bringing back the classic dishes that were once the most popular options on the menus of top restaurants like Wright’s – but updated with the culinary perspective and trends of today.


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