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Arizona resorts that do drinks right

By Alison Bailin Batz When people think of “hotel bars,” dark walls, wicker chairs and very basic cocktails come to mind. In Arizona, think again. The Grand Canyon State’s hotels and resorts boast some of...

Best places to shop vintage

By Daisy Finch Antiques and vintage marketplaces are always fun to peruse—whether the items are authentic or reproductions. We’ve compiled some of the interesting places to shop specifically for those items. Antique Trove This 23,000-square-foot treasure holds...

Wet ‘n’ Wild: State’s largest waterpark is a cool water oasis

By Daisy Finch The Valley’s still hot and folks need to find ways to finish up the summer without taking hits from the heat. Set your destination for Wet ‘n’ Wild Phoenix, Arizona’s largest water...
Dillon's KC BBQ Bayou

Dillon’s KC BBQ Bayou

Fans of Dillon's KC BBQ will be delighted to know that it now boasts a water-front location. Simply take a trip out to the West Valley and the Pleasant Harbor Marina at Lake Pleasant. You...

Diners can indulge in Donovan’s without breaking the bank

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Donovan’s Steak and Chop House management wants the Biltmore-area restaurant to be known for more than its pricey dishes. The mahogany-laden, stylish dining establishment is pushing its expanded happy hour menu, which is...

10 cool coffee shops in the Valley

By Daisy Finch On the lookout for your next favorite coffee shop? Look no further than these Valley locations. With their unique vibes and tastes, there’s a cafe for everyone with locations throughout the Valley. Songbird...

Five places to hear classical music this arts season

By Kenneth LaFave Classical music continues to change shape and form, and as it does, this handful of Valley venues continue to present it. Phoenix Symphony Hall As the name says, this venerable venue is home to...

Rosati’s Old Town brings the taste of Chicago to Scottsdale

By Connor Dziawura When Bill Jachimek’s friend suggested he try Rosati’s pizza 20 years ago, he was skeptical. “I always thought, ‘Well, it’s not going to be any good’ because most of things they call Chicago...
Superstition Mountain Museum

Superstition Mountain Museum

The Superstition Mountains that form the eastern border the Valley are full of fascinating history, including being the location of the fabled Lost Dutchman Mine. The Superstition Mountain Museum preserves and displays information and...
La Gattara Cat Cafe

La Gattara Cat Café

When Melissa Pruitt traveled to Japan, little did she know it would change her life. While in the Far East, she stumbled across a cat café and fell in love with the concept that...

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