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A Taste of Fellow Osteria & Pizzeria

Just as Clever Koi made waves within the Asian dining scene in the Valley, Fellow Osteria & Pizzeria, its sister restaurant from the Valley’s Born & Raised Hospitality, is putting its own spin on authentic Italian eats.

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A Taste of Pisa Lisa

During a recent visit to the land of the red rocks, we stopped in a Pisa Lisa, Chef Dahl’s casual, family-friendly outpost for pizza, gelato and some incredible tomato bisque.

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A Taste of Bourbon Cellar

After a successful four years in far north Scottsdale, Doug Smith wanted to allow a little more space and flexibility for his loyal customers. In fact, a meal at his former space was available by reservation only. So Smith, a veteran and owner French’s Meat, opened Bourbon Cellar in a fresh and much larger location at Scottsdale Rd. and Pinnacle Peak Pkwy.

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A Taste of Brunch at LON’s at the Hermosa

As your friends and relatives touch down in the Valley for the holiday season, you’re likely looking to give them some quintessential Arizona dining experiences, right? Well, look no further than the new brunch menu at LON’s at the Hermosa.

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5 Reasons to Visit deseo Now

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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Lou’s Bar & Grill Now Open in Arcadia

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.