Looking for that local farm freshness? Below are some farms that will satisfy your craving.
Maya’s Farm, owned by Maya Dailey, is a small farm dedicated to fresh, local and naturally grown produce. She operates as an independent business under The Farm at South Mountain. The produce available on her farm ranges from herbs and vegetables to specialty greens, including Tatsoi, Mizuna and baby collards. Typical vegetables like carrots, tomatoes and broccoli are available...
We’re spilling the beans: The House at Secret Garden dishes up a farm-fresh menu in a cozy hideaway that makes you forget you’re minutes from bustling Central Phoenix.
Every year a new dining craze explodes across the Valley and in 2010, gluten free dining took center stage. Numerous restaurants throughout the Phoenix area have now added gluten-free options to their menus to accommodate diners with celiac disease or specific wheat allergies. Instead of avoiding the bread, pasta and pizza, now diners can enjoy the best that carbs have to offer while, remaining gluten free. By going gluten free, these restaurants have managed to turn these formerly food no-no’s into a big delicious yes.
The Far East meets the Southwest as SOI4 Bangkok Eatery opens at The SHOPS Gainey Village in Scottsdale!