6 Eating-and-Drinking Things We’re Looking Forward to in December

Craig OuthierNovember 2019
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Stuffed lobster at Bluewater Grill on December 10. The Camelback clam-peddler returns with its all-inclusive $45 holiday mashup. bluewatergrill.com

Breakfast with Santa at the Montelucia on December 14 and 21. Ho, ho, ho, little one-percenters! $55/adult, $40/child. Kids 5 and under free. omnihotels.com

Eating more, drinking more at train-station-themed Century Grand. The UnderTow sister property instantly becomes the Valley’s premier culinary amusement park. centurygrandphx.com

Trying the charred octopus at FLINT by Baltaire. The Esplanade space vacated by Houston’s years ago has a new, modern-Med tenant. flintbybaltaire.com

The upscale Mexi-corp cuisine at Condesa. On the heels of Toca Madera at Scottsdale Fashion Square comes another California-based culinary carpetbagger, this one set at Renaissance Square in Downtown Phoenix. renaissance-hotels.marriott.com

Macking the mussels at Persepshen. And then pronouncing the name of the restaurant correctly. (It’s “perception.”) Farm-to-table tapas joint takes over spot formerly occupied by Hula’s. facebook.com/persepshen

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