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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...
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...
Fat Ox

16 brand new Phoenix restaurants you have to try

Like everything else in Phoenix, the culinary scene changes almost daily. Don’t believe us? Check out some of the new Phoenix restaurants that opened their doors in recent months or are set to start serving...
The Perch Pub and Brewery

Unique brewpub The Perch offers brew with a view

The Perch Pub and Brewery just might be the most interesting brewpub in the Valley. The restaurant perches in downtown Chandler’s former Olde Time Market Square. This former compound of 1960s-era homes now exists as a...
Cornish Pasty Co.

Cornish Pasty Co.

Show your friends how culturally enlightened you are with your thorough knowledge of this British street snack. Cornish Pasty (pronounced "past-ee") purveys savory pastries filled with meat like lamb, pork, chicken and bacon and veggies...
Lux Coffee

Lux

Want to feel like you’re in an episode of Phoenix’s version of Portlandia? Walk through Lux’s doors and weave your way through mismatched couches, antique chairs, picnic tables topped with typewriters and local art...
Casey Moore's Oyster House

Casey Moore’s Oyster House

Get your seafood on. On weekends, the expansive patio at Casey’s feels more like a crowded house party than a seafood restaurant. But don’t be fooled by its rugged appearance — the bar and restaurant...
Valley Bar

Valley Bar

The entrance to this cozy underground oasis covertly nestles in the alley off Central Avenue and Monroe Street. The only thing differentiating the bar/restaurant/music venue from its nondescript surroundings is a small neon sign...

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