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Taste Test: Arizona Biltmore’s New Frank & Albert’s

Sonny and Cher. Batman and Robin. Simon and Garfunkel. Add Frank Lloyd Wright and Albert Chase MacArthur, the inspiration behind Arizona Biltmore’s new Frank & Albert’s, to this list of dynamic duos.


Easter Dining in Phoenix

As the Easter bunny makes his way into town this month, hop to one of these delicious spreads at some of the Valley’s top restaurants.



Frank & Albert’s at Arizona Biltmore

In the late 1920s, architects Frank Lloyd Wright and Albert Chase McArthur collaborated to create the “jewel of the desert,” the Arizona Biltmore. Today, inspired by the passion and artistry of these two great architects, the resort’s two talented chefs have stepped forward to collaborate on a new restaurant, aptly named Frank & Albert’s.


El Chorro Lodge Reopens in Paradise Valley

In June 2009 El Chorro Lodge was closed after new ownership purchased the property and decided to undertake a large renovation of the Restaurant, Pavilion and overall property.


Best Happy Hour Spots in Phoenix

What better way to relax than with delectable appetizers, chilled beers and even top-shelf cocktails at decent prices after a long day at the office? Happy hour acts as a de-stresser, perfect for winding down heavy days and a valid excuse for weekday get-togethers. The best part: there are so many happy hour selections to choose from including food with local or international accents, drinks with unbelievable flavor, and restaurants with stunning interiors, fancy patios and tranquilizing music. Let these hotspots introduce you to a whole new dimension of happy hour.

Roka Akor’s Shochu Lounge

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