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Del Frisco’s Grill to host scotch & cigars event

Del Frisco's Grille - Phoenix-e

Savor samples of Dewar’s famed line of blended Scotch whisky, including the renowned single-malt Aberfeldy, paired with Fumar Cigars plus hearty bar bites for $65. Who: Scotch sippers, cigar smokers, steakhouse lovers and anyone else interested in a decadent dinning event at Del Frisco’s Grille. What: Warm up this winter with a decadently delicious dining event at… Read More →

Camelback Inn Announces New $10 Million Golf Course

by in Business News | Green | Sports

The JW Marriott Camelback Inn Resort & Spa announced that it will unveil its new Ambiente golf course at Camelback Golf Club in the fall of 2013. Spanish for the word “environment,” Ambiente, which is designed with a detailed eco-friendly focus, will become the first new golf course development project in the Phoenix-Scottsdale and Paradise… Read More →

Camelback Esplanade Has A New Addition: The Del Frisco's Grille

Camelback Esplanade
by in Brokerage

Camelback Esplanade, once the unofficial headquarters for Valley power lunches, is now mentioned most often for slowing revenue and high turnover rates. This June, however, the storied mixed-use center will welcome a newcomer to the table. In its first restaurant venture in Arizona, Del Frisco’s Grille will fill the now-vacant booths of the venerable Houston’s… Read More →

BLT Steak Offers Fine Food In A Classy, Yet Casual Setting

BLT — Oh, there’s bacon, lettuce and tomato alright, but not in the way you would expect. BLT Steak actually stands for Bistro Laurent Tourondel, named after its famous chef and the master behind the magic of this great dining experience. As part of the BLT Restaurant Group, the Scottsdale location is one of many… Read More →

J&G Steakhouse Makes The Former Mary Elaine’s Location Its Own

Prime Bone In Ribeye

Over the past two years, the dining scene at the Valley’s top resorts has undergone an extreme makeover. The most high profile of those makeovers took place at The Phoenician, where that staid first lady of dining for 20 years, Mary Elaine’s, was shuttered last year. Now occupying the spot where Mary Elaine’s once stood… Read More →

Fogo de Chão Brings The Taste Of Southern Brazil To Scottsdale

Fogo de Chao Tableside Gauchos
by in AZ Business Magazine | Dining

Let’s get one thing straight at the outset: If you don’t eat meat for whatever reason, Fogo de Chão, Scottsdale’s newest eatery, is simply not for you. Sure it has a nice salad bar (more on that later), but Fogo de Chão is a steakhouse — end of story. Well not quite. Fogo de Chão… Read More →