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‘Craftery Row’: Downtown Mesa boasts a frothy scene

By Tom Scanlon | September 15, 2021 Perhaps there’s a reason Mesa rhymes with cerveza. You could practically blow the head off your beer at the Chupacabra Taproom and hit the Oro Brewing Company, which is...

An ‘Elevated’ Twist: Mesa restaurant serves tacos, hot dogs in style

By Melody Birkett | September 15, 2021 Raymond Jimenez opened Tacos & Hot Dogs Los Mayitos in Mesa in April 2021 with an eye toward elevating diners’ taco and hot dog experiences. The restaurant serves up...

Street Tacos: Mesquite Fresh moves into Happy Valley

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | September 15, 2021 Mesquite Fresh Street Mex’s partners have had their eye on their just-opened Happy Valley location for five years. It came to fruition at 10:30 a.m. August 28 when it...

Culinary Diversity: Arizona Restaurant Week returns with takeout, in-person options

By Connor Dziawura | September 10, 2021 Arizona Restaurant Association President and CEO Steve Chucri has seen the broadening of local palates and growth of the food scene firsthand. “I always had this kind of running...

Hop Right In: Horny Toad celebrates 45 years of food, fun

By Allison Brown | September 10, 2021 The Horny Toad, as quirky as its sounds, has become a staple of Cave Creek since its inception as the oldest original restaurant in town. Celebrating its 45th anniversary...

Sweet Success: Ex-Cardinal brings Creamistry to Park West

By Phoenix.org Staff | September 8, 2021 Creamistry, the liquid nitrogen sweet shop that creates custom frozen desserts, will celebrate its grand opening with a free small ice cream for each guest from noon to...

Finding Success: Cook & Craft is keeping things evolving

By Alex Gallagher | September 8, 2021 Brandon Juniper has never been a fan of restaurants with unfriendly service or overbearing management.  As someone who has worked in the restaurant industry since age 15 — and...

Never Forget: Amped Coffee’s 9/11 memorial returns

By Annika Tomlin | September 8, 2021 Last year after hearing that New York was likely to cancel its 9/11 Tribute in Light due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Amped Coffee Co. owners Keith and Jeanine...

The Ultimate Experience: New restaurant celebration is not just for vegans

By Sarah Haber | September 3, 2021 For the past few years, chef Jason Wyrick of The Vegan Taste and Glendale’s Casa Tera had been wanting to create an experience that showcases vegan cuisine. When Jozh...

A Place to Heal and Relax: Mother-daughter duo offers coffee, yoga

By Alex Gallagher | August 22, 2021 After taking a year away from owning a yoga studio, Karin Fellman has returned to the mat.  Blue Buddha Collective, located on Scottsdale Road and McKellips, opened recently with...

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