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Cobra Arcade Bar

Cobra Arcade Bar

The sounds of joysticks clashing, coins clanging and beers rattling can be heard throughout the bar. Video game characters are painted on the walls and bathroom doors, and art by Arizona artists hangs on the...
U.S. Egg's Jalapeno Scramble

Family-owned U.S. Egg knows the way to customers’ hearts

It’s been 26 years since the Gebran family moved to Arizona from Iowa, bringing love and passion to the most important meal of the day. U.S. Egg started as one restaurant in Tempe, but has...
sushi maki and niguiri with soy sauce and wasabi with california roll

Celebrate sushi: The best Japanese cuisine in Phoenix

If you don’t know sukiyaki from teppanyaki or sushi from sashimi, fear not. We’re here to school you on the “raw” truth of Japanese cuisine. Join us on a tour of some of the Valley’s most...
Rancher

Grubstak serves up waffle fries galore

Colton Grubb knew when he stepped foot into his new Gilbert Heritage District restaurant, Grubstak, that he’d made the right business decision. “Walking in and seeing the lights turned on, and the first few entrees...
Urban Jungle Fun Park Mesa

Urban Jungle Fun Park

Slides, trampolines and obstacles courses are just some of the fun at the massive Urban Jungle Fun Park in Mesa. Other activities include trampoline dodge ball, rock climbing and playing on the 14-level megastructure. All...
The Phoenician

7 luxury hotels you can afford for your Phoenix staycation

The idea of a summer staycation in Phoenix seems silly at first. If you're on vacation why not escape the Valley and its triple-digit temperatures? However, we can make one compelling argument for a...
Pete's Fish and Chips

Valley staple Pete’s Fish & Chips celebrates 70 years

Coming off its 70th anniversary, Pete’s Fish & Chips isn’t looking to change a thing. The Valley institution has been frying up tasty and affordable eats since founder Pete Grant opened his first location in...
New India gate

New India Gate serves spicy delights

India Gate was a popular destination for Chandler’s fans of curries, naan and paneer, until it closed six years ago. The family-run operation, now dubbed New India Gate, reopened on the southeast corner of...
Arizona Museum of Natural History

Arizona Museum of Natural History

Dinosaurs! Need we say more? OK, we will. The 80,000 square-foot Arizona Museum of Natural History offers visitors a trip to the Southwest's prehistoric — and more recent — past. You can explore 60,000 objects,...
Sheriff's Office at Pioneer Living History Museum

Pioneer Living History Museum

Over the decades, Phoenix and the surrounding cities have evolved quite substantially. At one time there were trees everywhere, for example. And before the railroad arrived in 1887, the buildings were almost all made from...

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