Foodie news roundup for the week of Oct. 1: National Taco Day in Phoenix, Nook Kitchen Arcadia, Creamistry, Southern Rail, Liberty Station Tavern, Mission Possible Cafe
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.
This time of year is definitely a season of celebration and togetherness. Join your nearest and dearest for some fall-friendly flavor and fun at Sanctuary on Camelback.
Judy Nicassio, lead nutritionist at Rejuvena Health & Aesthetics shares lots of fun and ways to prepare pumpkin treats for your family and friends.
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.
Foodie news roundup for the week of Sept. 24: Zinburger Wine and Burger Bar’s Chase Shake, Grimaldi’s Pizzeria, Sorso Wine Room, Voila French Bistro, Cider Corps brunch, TEXAZ Grill’s TEXAZ State Fare Menu
Tempe has welcomed a new neighbor with the addition of Ghost Ranch. The new opening is a Chamberlin Hospitality concept (from star chef Aaron Chamberlin) and a sister restaurant of Taco Chelo, Phoenix Public Market Cafe and Tempe Public Market Cafe, located next-door to Ghost Ranch.
Attention caffeine fiends. Sept. 29 is National Coffee Day–cool beans! To celebrate, stop by these Valley faves for some serious sipping specials this Saturday.
To welcome in the new season, we had a sneak peek of Sprouts delicious seasonal pumpkin eats and treats.
Arizona Restaurant Association’s Fall Arizona Restaurant Week takes place from Sept. 21 to Sept. 30 and features impressive three-course, prix-fixe menus from dining destinations throughout the state for just $33 or $44 per person.