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One of the Valley's premier restaurants, set in one of the Valley's prettiest resorts. The chef celebrates the flavorful bounty of baby vegetables, lighter meat dishes, and... More »
This cafe serves authentic, addictive staples such as croissants, tarts, pain suisse and eclairs. Real food hits the high marks with delectable baguette sandwiches and... More »
It may be a student-run cafe, but it's from the talented chefs-in-training at the renowned Scottsdale Culinary Institute. Service can be a challenge (learning curve and... More »
Above-average Italian cuisine in a pleasant setting with attentive service. This is not some run-of-the-mill pasta joint, yet the prices are reasonable considering the... More »
A fabulous-looking and -feeling place for fabulous-looking folks not afraid to shell out big bucks for Parisian comfort food. Many dishes are, well, fabulous, including... More »
This little bakery is an offshoot of the highly rated Leccabaffi restaurant. Breads and desserts are made fresh daily. A deli area features... More »
Don't be misled by the words "Conference Center" -- you won't find thousands of conventioneers in this elegant dining room. Palm Court offers a classic, upscale American... More »
An excellent first-date restaurant, with fancy digs, fine dining and a bonus: for entertainment, an Elvis impersonator show next door. With dishes like... More »
The lounge at Aaron May‚??s gastropub oozes old-school Old Town charm and recalls an era when dry martinis and porkpie hats were king. Prada-wearing hotties, white-collared... More »
Temporarily closed: Gina and Derrick Suarez's quirky bohemian bistro is a comfortably cool spot that contains creative endeavors of every shape and size. Situated... More »
Whiskey consumption generally isn't considered healthful, if anything it's detrimental, but for one brisk night this Movember it may prove beneficial for the health of men all over America.
On Friday, November 30, Old Town Scottsdale's most mustache-friendly haunt, Mabel's on Main, 7018 East Main Street, will host Whiskey And Whiskers. In what ought to be the chicest way to close out...
Oh, Phoenix. When will you ever get your shit together?
I'm feeling ornery at the moment, thinking about how national culinary trends don't always play out successfully here, if they ever get off the ground at all.
Take gastropubs. What's a gastropub, you wonder? Last year, the Washington Post wrote, "Not quite a bar and not quite a restaurant, the gastropub is a British...
If 2008 goes according to plan, then I just might find a big ol' sack of coal under the Christmas tree at the end of the year.
Lately, I've gotten so many holiday well-wishes that I've started to take them literally. Have a happy New Year? Don't mind if I do. Rather than racking my brain to come up with new, creative ways to discipline and deprive myself like I usually do come...
I just went to Paisley Violin for lunch the other day, and I really liked it! It has a great hole-in-the-wall feel, and the inside walls are filled with local art. I order the Royal, which was delicious, and the daily soup special which was Tomato Basil. It's a great little spot to check out when dining in Phoenix.Read Full Review
Paisley Violin is a pretty sweet hidden little bar. It has a hint of dingy-ness, but I personally love it and the place has got character! There's a big horse in there too that only adds to the coolness!Read Full Review
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