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3, 2, 1…happy New Year! Ring in 2018 while digging in to a decadent dinner (or perhaps while at a casual brunch earlier in the day) at one of these Valley restaurants.
Ho-ho-hungry? If you’re feeling a little Grinch-y about making Christmas dinner at home, consider taking the family to one of these Valley restaurants that are offering holiday menus–from casual to downright decadent.
From special Champagne toasts to a build-your-own guacamole bar, these Valley restaurants are offering tempting menus, specials or freebies for its holiday party guests.
Scottsdale Quarter’s SOL Mexican Cocina has unveiled a new happy hour menu, available Monday through Friday from 3 to 6 p.m., featuring several wallet-friendly dishes that aren’t available on the usual dinner menu.
Square One Concepts’ newest restaurant, Famous 48, is now open in Old Town and dishing up a perfect blend of casual-meets-sophisticated dining in a comfortable tavern setting.
The long-loved Macayo’s Mexican Restaurants has opened its newest location, Woody’s Macayo, in Midtown Phoenix.
Bitters, a craft cocktail and beer concept, just opened at SkySong, Arizona State University’s development at Scottsdale and McDowell Roads, in October.
With a modern, urban twist on the classic tiki bars and restaurants of the 50’s, 60’s, and 70’s, Hula’s Modern Tiki (with locations in Scottsdale and Phoenix) is the place to be for a casual dining experience that offers top-notch dishes at an affordable price.
The Valley certainly isn’t lacking on restaurants with jaw-dropping views, from desert landscape to city lights to mountain panoramas. Oh, and dolphins. Such is the case at Modern Grove Views at Scottsdale’s OdySea in the Desert.