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Designer pizza? Oh, yeah. Ingredients are primo - sourdough crust fermented overnight, organic produce delivered daily from the Valley's Victory Farms, homemade... More »
In the tradition of distinctive Phoenix restaurants tucked into re-purposed old buildings, there's The Parlor, a pizza parlor in a mid-century beauty parlor. It's... More »
Americanized Italian food is everywhere, but if you're hungry for authentic sandwiches, salads, and antipasti, you need to try Andreoli Italian Grocer. Chef-owner... More »
A scrumptious menu, cute atmosphere, and shockingly reasonable prices are what make tiny, 20-seat Pizza A Metro -- practically hidden in plain view, next to a Circle K... More »
From owner, chef, and Italian pizza maestro Guido Saccone (who earned his stripes in Caserta, just northeast of Naples and the birthplace of modern... More »
Bring Italians into a conversation about pizza, and you'll get a very specific viewpoint on what constitutes a proper pie - that is, Neapolitan pizza, with its... More »
Pizza, pasta and salads are served.
Homey, unpretentious Japanese noodle shop that never disappoints and is sure to leave you as sated as a sumo wrestler at an all-you-can-eat steak house. Go for... More »
Classy, upscale Italian spot where you'll find some of the best house-made pastas in town. Everything from gnocchi in tomato sauce and saffron linguini with clams to... More »
Soon after Filomena Di Franco and her husband Anthony sold their popular south Scottsdale restaurant, Molise, they opened Tesoro, a cozy, 45-seat gem tucked out... More »
If we were giving away awards for best grilled cheese sandwich in the world, the prize would go to Mom. Hands down. Lucky for everyone else, we’re not in charge of the judging at the Grilled Cheese Throwdown 2013.
The annual event pits Valley chefs against each other in a head-to-head grill-off of the cheese variety. They’ll offer up twists on the after-school classic to...
We pass through doors both literal and figurative every day, but fail to stop and appreciate their beauty more often than not. Photographer Nicole Dunlap set out to explore neighborhoods around the world through a study of doors. The first exhibition of her planned photo series, “Doors of Hermosillo,” wanders through various blocks in Hermosillo, the capital of Sonora in...
Eat your perfectly-shaped heart out, Martha. Arizona's Cheryl Najafi is about to give you a run for your (probably) ironed and flawlessly folded money.
Instead of banking on impeccable everything, when it comes to entertaining at home Najafi relies on enjoying herself and her guests, improvisation, and kooky creativity. Have some terra cotta pots lying around? Use them for...
Pizza Heaven is my new favourite restaurant. As a vegan, it's hard to find Italian food *anywhere*, so my boyfriend & I were especially stoked to find out that Pizza Heaven has a FULL vegan menu. He's not vegan, so we like to frequent restaurants that offer us both options- Pizza Heaven is definitely one of those places. I've now eaten there a couple of...Read Full Review
With good food, and many options, this place pretty much has something for everybody. I am gluten-free, and they actually were out of GF dough this time around. The manager came to my table and apologized to me profusely, saying they were waiting for the order all day.
He went over all the options with me, and assured me he would also notify the kitchen to...
Good pizza and wings, always busy though.Read Full Review
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