Monday, March 30, 2015
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  • Honey Pots

    “Where have all the bees gone?” That message, posted years ago in a gallery window during a Downtown Phoenix First… Read More +
  • Sables

    The French sablé – pronounced SAW-bluh – is a simple but elegant, sandy-textured butter cookie. Rachel Ellrich Miller, owner of Pistol… Read More +
  • Tea Royalty

    Native Arizonan Chris Sossaman was in her forties before she ever tasted a cup of coffee. Sossaman is, and always… Read More +
  • Caramel Addiction Brownies

    To say Sherrye Chapin’s gourmet brownies are “habit-forming” falls somewhere short of adequate. There’s a reason she named the brownies… Read More +
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  • The Upton

    PHM0315Flash-UptonLed by its longtime sous chef, the former Petite Maison is less French and less ritzy, but a classy nosh nonetheless.

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  • Paz Cantina y Taqueria

    PHM0315EB05New Downtown taqueria offers subtle variations on the tried and true upscale taco theme.

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  • Welcome Chicken + Donuts

    PHM0315Flash-WelcomeCenPho’s favorite micro-diner makes holy matrimony of two deep-fried favorites.

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  • Diego Pops

    0215EB08Old Town has a new Caribbean king.

    Last February, Pottery Paradise in Old Town Scottsdale shuttered after an historic 60-year-run. In its place, we now find Diego Pops, a casual Mexican eatery with Mayan, Yucatan and Caribbean influences. Out with birdbaths and railing planters, in with plantain bowls and tuna tacos.

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  • Take Me Out

    Sunny weather and a surplus of stadiums make Phoenix the perfect place for MLB spring training. After the game, score… Read More +

  • Brewing up a Storm

    With craft beer shops opening on a near-weekly basis, the Valley is holding its own as a brewing hotbed. Soak… Read More +

  • Take a Hike

    Breezy temps and clear skies make wintertime the perfect season for a brisk walk in the mountains. Cool down afterward… Read More +

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