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Ready to ‘GO’: Buffalo Wild Wings brings takeout, delivery model to Phoenix

By Phoenix.org staff | March 19, 2021 Buffalo Wild Wings is pressing “GO” on a new concept in the Valley. The popular franchise will open two Buffalo Wild Wings GO locations this month: The first one...

Rolling Out a New Concept: Ling’s Wok Shop inspired by pandemic

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | March 18, 2021 When John Banquil took over the Ling & Louie’s Asian Bar and Grill brand, he wanted to see it evolve. One step is the Asian fusion offshoot Ling’s...

The Forming of Irish Soda Bread: Mediterra Bakehouse shares recipe

By Claire Natale | March 12, 2021 As with many great creations, it is the drive of necessity that leads to them. Irish soda bread has become synonymous with St. Patrick’s Day celebrations in the...

The Sky’s the Limit: Pita Jungle predicts opportunities with first food truck

By Connor Dziawura | March 4, 2021 Since it was founded in 1994, Pita Jungle has grown to 24 locations across the Phoenix area, Flagstaff and Tucson. To continue its expansion and provide healthy options...

A Warm Welcome: Glendale embraces Barrio Queen’s new location

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | February 28, 2021 Barrio Queen principal owner Linda Nash admits she was a little nervous to open the new Glendale location in light of the COVID-19 pandemic and the decisive political...

78 Pasta-bilities: Guests can create their own bowl at Italian quick-serve eatery

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | February 25, 2021 Cosmo Magliozzi was schooled at Café Roma Ristorante, the Italian eatery owned by his father, Antonio Magliozzi, on Main Street in Mesa. But the son’s dream was to...

The Right Move: Blue Agave jumps the COVID-19 hurdles

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | February 19, 2021 Blue Agave Mexican Cantina owner Brian Johnson was excited to have a day like January 21. A socially distanced group of diners “filled” — albeit at 50% capacity...

Spicing Things Up: Z’Tejas is satisfying fans’ cravings in Scottsdale

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | February 15, 2021 When Robby Nethercut heard Z’Tejas Southwestern Grill was struggling, he knew he had to help with its resurrection and expansion. “(The original store) was across the street from...

A Sensory Experience: Ofrenda is ‘a place to taste and remember’

By Sarah Donahue | February 11, 2021 While people may not be able to travel during the era of COVID-19, Stagecoach Village’s new Ofrenda restaurant allows guests to transcend into a Latin American sensory experience,...

Christopher Nicosia: Beloved chef roars back with Craftsman Cocktails + Kitchen

By Alison Bailin Batz | February 8, 2021 Growing up in Chicago, Christopher Nicosia’s Italian family were foodies before the term existed. “We traveled extensively, and I had the good fortune to taste food from...

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