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Westin Kierland Resort offers summer fun deals

Westin Kierland

Enjoy cool summer savings and plenty of freezing family fun this summer with The Westin Kierland Resort & Spa’s Big Chill Package, which offers a choice of package options – a $50 per room, per night dining credit or two free sessions on the Kierland FlowRider wave simulator. The Big Chill Package will be available from May… Read More →

LDV Winery offers ‘Taste of Persia’

LDV Winery

LDV Winery is hosting a “Taste of Persia” with Saffron JAK Chef and Winemaker Curt Dunham on Monday, May 16th at 6 p.m. The LVD Winery Wine Gallery at 6951 E. 1st St. in Scottsdale offer starts at $95 per person or $190 per couple. The evenings courses include: Social Course:  Sabzy Khordan (Vegetable Crudo) – Fresh local vegetables, sheep’s milk feta,… Read More →

Quiessence chef invited to cook at James Beard House

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The esteemed James Beard House has invited local Chef Dustin Christofolo of Quiessence at The Farm at South Mountain, to cook at an event on May 20, 2016. Chefs invited to cook in the house are selected by the director of house programing at The James Beard House by demonstrating excellence in their discipline, are known… Read More →

Carlson Creek Vineyard releases first Grenache

Carlson Creek Vineyard

While Carlson Creek Vineyard has been planting Grenache since 2010, it has always gone towards their flag-ship wine Rule of Three, which is a Grenache Syrah Mouvedre (GSM) blend. For the first time ever, the Arizona vineyard’s Grenache grapes yielded more than expected, allowing them to create a 100 percent Grenache. “Having a Grenache was something that… Read More →

Fogo de Chão launches spring group dining offer

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Guests who book a party of 15 or more will be eligible to receive a $100 dining card for lunch reservations or $150 dining card for dinner reservations to be used on their next visit to Fogo de Chão, starting March 7. Reservations must be made between March 7 and April 30, for an event… Read More →

Crab & Mermaid Fish Shop opens March 19

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Square One Concepts continues to expand this spring with the opening of its newest concept Crab & Mermaid Fish Shop, Sat., March 19, delivering a casual seafood dining experience to hundreds of thousands of residents and visitors in Old Town Scottsdale. Square One Concepts also has a new chef, Isaac Carter, perhaps best known for his 12 years… Read More →

Sam Fox opens first Flower Child location in Scottsdale

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Flower Child, Sam Fox’s healthy fast-casual restaurant opened its first Scottsdale location yesterday, Tuesday, May 5, at Shea Boulevard & 90th Street. The latest locale will serve farm-to-table fare that’s healthy and served in a happy, fast-casual kitchen. Situated in a bright 3,572-square-foot space and 1,223-square-foot patio, surrounded by windows on every side with sunshine beaming in,… Read More →

Chef Lee Hillson to Prepare "Inaugural Long Table Guest Chef Dinner" at Hidden Meadow Ranch

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Scottsdale Chef Lee Hillson will be working alongside Chef Ben Mulé for an “inaugural long table guest chef dinner” at Hidden Meadow Ranch. “I am excited for the opportunity to not only prepare my favorite dishes at Hidden Meadow Ranch, but also to serve guests sitting at one of the longest tables I’ve ever worked,”… Read More →

Public Market Café Hosts Extended Happy Hour This Summer

The Phoenix Public Market Café in downtown Phoenix now offers an extended happy hour that includes late evening hours, offering you a chance to escape the scorching weather. Every day day between 3 p.m. to close, customers can enjoy a choice of red and white wine, pitchers of premium draft beer or a hand-crafted cocktail — all… Read More →

Praying Monk Presents “Summer School at the Monk”

Praying Monk
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Scottsdale’s Praying Monk is offering an opportunity to enjoy and learn about some of the most interesting beers from around the world, as well as the dishes that compliment them, during what they are calling “Summer School at the Monk.” The beer café’s new general manager, David Johnson, is a beer aficionado and will be… Read More →