The Westin Kierland Resort & Spa’s deseo restaurant has long been a local favorite for inventive fine dining, thanks to its divine Nuevo Latino cuisine and A-plus service. Now that deseo has unveiled a transformed menu from Chef de Cuisine Derek Biazo, here are five reasons to pay the resort restaurant a visit this holiday season.
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Arcadia’s newest restaurant, Lou’s Bar & Grill, is now open at Papago Golf Course. The restaurant, housed in the Lou Grubb Clubhouse, is named in honor of Phoenix business icon, Lou Grubb, who ran an automotive empire in the Valley for decades.
After a three-month-long refresh, J&G Steakhouse at The Phoenician reopened its doors, and we had the chance to check out the new-and-improved luxury dining destination.
Eggstasy is now open at Market Street at DC Ranch, giving North Scottsdalites a reason to skip the snooze button.
Who doesn’t want to get off of work after a long day and head out for drinks and apps at a hot spot that looks plucked from a boardwalk? That feeling is a reality with the opening of Arcadia’s new High Dive.
Postino has long been a favorite for kicking back with a board of bruschetta and a bottle of red. And now the restaurant is offering up a slew of new “snacky things” options to its beloved menu; basically, they are small, shareable plates that can make a meal by themselves or enjoyed before a salad or sandwich.
At the start of our meal at the newly opened Parma Italian Roots, Executive Chef Chris Gentile warns, “There’s going to be a lot of carbs.” Sweeter words have never been spoken.
The super-laidback spot for sipping and savoring, Rott n’ Grapes, has opened its second location: Rott n’ Grapes RoRo in Downtown Phoenix.
After a busy summer break, La Hacienda has opened its doors at Fairmont Scottsdale Princess with a fresh look, a major patio upgrade, the addition of a sleek tequila lounge and new lineups of authentic Mexican eats and creative cocktails.
There are meals. You know, those things you do three times a day to intake food for survival. Then there are meals that happen every once in a while where you can truly taste the time and creativity that when into each dish, and you simply don’t want it to end. Such an event happened during a recent dinner at Lincoln at JW Marriott Scottsdale Camelback Inn.