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Taco Guild introduces exciting new brunch menu

By Lynette Carrington At first glance, the stately building north of 7th Street and Osborn Road in Phoenix may appear to be a church. That would be partially correct. Taco Guild is housed in a deconsecrated...

Sphinx Date Co. Palm & Pantry is a Scottsdale Gem

Photos and article by Lynette Carrington Sphinx Date Co. Palm & Pantry is a jewel in the crown of Scottsdale. The unassuming and cute business that has residence in a vintage home sits on Scottsdale...

Cider Corps teams with Myke’s Pizza to expand services

By Shane Crowe, The Entertainer! After opening the state’s first cider house, Cider Corps is teaming up with local pizza guru Myke Olsen to expand the distillery into a space where pizza and cider can...

Top 3 Unexpectedly Unique Burgers

By Lynette Carrington There are burgers and then there are burgers. Gone are the days where a burger was just a patty and some ketchup. This new era of burgers combines flavors and culinary styles...

Top 10 Best Places for Late-Night Munchies

By Hannah Franklin For night owls and late-night snack hankerers, living in the Valley can be hard. Only recently have more restaurants extended their hours to satisfy the needs of the 2 a.m. craving crowd....

Cool off with the Top Five Valley Shakes

By Shayna Stephens With temperatures on the rise, it helps to grab a cool treat. Ice cream can do the trick, but it can get messy. A shake is the best of both worlds -...

Art, music and food intersect at Paz Cantina

By Shayna Stephens Roosevelt Row is known for its artistic free-spirited culture, and the eatery, Paz Cantina, fits right in, according to assistant general manager Andrew Fischer. “It’s just a really cool place to be,” Fischer...

Weft & Warp gets artistic with its environs and its food

By Kristine Cannon Caked with cotija cheese, drizzled with aioli and sprinkled with herbs, the elote appetizer is a work of art, exploding with color and flavor. The charred corn appetizer was just the start of...

Fuel up hungry stomachs for Car Week

By Tuesday Mahrle   From Russo & Steele to Barrett Jackson, Car Week in Arizona is almost here! Throughout the week of January 12th through January 20th, guests can travel less than 4 miles to fuel up...
Ajo Al’s

The votes are in: Ajo Al’s entrees are local favorites

By Noah Weinberg   In a divided country, it becomes harder to find common ground, but one restaurant in Phoenix says otherwise. Ajo Al’s Mexican Café is a staple in Sonoran-style Mexican food and a shared commonplace for...

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