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La Piazza PHX unveils new patio, happy hour

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Fans of La Piazza PHX in the heart of downtown Phoenix are about to have even more compelling, delicious incentives to visit the much talked-about, VPN (Verace Pizza Napoletana) certified pizzeria this spring with the debut of their new weekday happy hour, new rotating lunch specials, and most noticeably to passersby: a new outdoor patio… Read More →

Hot Rod Night and Bike Night return to Westgate

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Classic cars, hot rods and motorcycles will be cruising into Westgate Entertainment Distinct this spring with the return of Westgate Hot Rod Night and Bike Night! The two highly anticipated, weekly events host close to 500-1,500 guests for family friendly fun, live music and more. Hot Rod Night details include:  Now underway! Every Wednesday night starting March… Read More →

Page Springs brings back Tilted Earth Wine & Music Festival

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 Page Springs Cellars and celebrated Arizona Winemaker Eric Glomski are pleased to announce the release of tickets for the second annual Tilted Earth Wine & Music Festival on June 19 and 20 at Riverfront Park in Cottonwood. Tickets will go on sale Thursday, March 26 through the Page Springs website. The vibrant festival returns this year with an… Read More →

Valley Ho hosts rooftop cigar dinner

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Enjoy a special cigar dinner on the panoramic Sky Line Rooftop at Hotel Valley Ho on Thursday, April 2 at 6:30 p.m. The evening starts with a sunset reception and passed hors d’oeuvres at 6:30 p.m. Learn all about Tatuaje and L’Atelier cigars, handmade in Nicaragua, and enjoy three full-sized cigars presented by Cigar King. Savor red wines,… Read More →

Great American Barbeque & Beer Festival returns

Arizona’s largest BBQ event is set to return to downtown Chandler on March 21, 2015 from noon – 10 p.m. Winner of Outstanding Event of the Year in 2012 and 2013 at the APS AzTEC Awards, the 2015 Great American Barbeque & Beer Festival will be bigger and better than ever with a newly expanded… Read More →

Sanctuary on Camelback hosts Easter festivities

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The Sanctuary experience is full of unexpected surprises, from catching sight of a hummingbird while dining on elements’ deck to finding a transformative moment in the meditation garden of the Sanctuary Spa. This Easter Sunday, April 5, hidden treasures will be plentiful at Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain, thanks to its annual Egg Hunt and delectable Easter feast by Executive Chef Beau… Read More →

D-backs will give away more free tacos In 2015

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March 19, 2015 by in Eat | Experience AZ Magazine | Play

Back by popular demand, the Arizona Diamondbacks (@Dbacks) and Taco Bell have teamed up again to provide free tacos to fans throughout Arizona in 2015. In order to provide more opportunities for fans to receive free tacos the D-backs and Taco Bell will now offer three free tacos every time the D-backs score at least… Read More →

Fogo de Chão adds spring menu items

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With the official first day of spring on March 20, Fogo de Chão Brazilian Steakhouse just launched and is celebrating the season of renewal by introducing unique and inviting menu items. Fogo’s culinary innovation team created light and healthy salads and a refreshing cocktail inspired by the abundance of seasonal produce. “We know our guests… Read More →

Eight’s Check Please! is a must for Arizona foodies

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The third annual Eight’s Check Please! Arizona Festival will be held on March 22nd, 2015 at Cityscape in Downtown Phoenix from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. The culinary festival will feature local, independent eateries from hamburger haunts to five-star, gourmet restaurants. Local foodies will be able to try an array of different foods and explore in this one-stop shop… Read More →

Phoenix Fashion Week returns for spring show

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“Spring into Style” this season with Phoenix Fashion Week’s sixth annual downtown Phoenix fashion runway show at 6 p.m. this Saturday, March 21. Featuring Arizona stylists Vanessa Gonzales, Nuvia Magdahi, Tim Boado, Jenesis Laforcarde, Audree Lopez and Jackie Marin, this event will be hosted at the Arizona Center on the crossroads of Van Buren and… Read More →

LGE completes remodel of El Hefe Scottsdale

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LGE Design Build has completed the remodel of El Hefe Scottsdale, a 3,800-square-foot taco restaurant, bar and DJ venue in the entertainment district of Scottsdale near several other recently renovated/constructed restaurant, bars and nightclubs. The remodel enhances El Hefe’s hybrid concept of a restaurant with nightlife, a trend the taco shop innovated when it opened in Old… Read More →

Phoenix Indian Center hosts Silver and Turquoise Ball

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The Phoenix Indian Center announced details for this year’s Silver and Turquoise Ball. As an annual gala, the event raises money to support the non-profit organization’s social service programs, which include educational opportunities, employment assistance, cultural enrichment, youth leadership and community engagement. The event will take place on Saturday, April 11 at the Scottsdale Resort… Read More →

Arizona winery earns medals at San Francisco competition

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It’s been a fruitful 2015 for Arizona-based Carlson Creek Vineyard, and now the family-owned vineyard is adding a few more accolades to their wine portfolio from a recent successful showing at the famed San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition. In the Chenin Blanc category, Carlson Creek beat out a number of wineries from across California, as well as another… Read More →

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day around the Valley

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How will you celebrate St. Patrick’s Day this year? Did you know: Guinness drinkers around the world lift a whopping 13 million pints of the dark Irish stout to their lips on Saint Patrick’s Day. 26.1 billion pounds of beef and 2.3 billion pounds of cabbage is typically produced in the United States each year.… Read More →