Scottsdale Fashion Square Archives

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Photo by Leah LeMoine   THE SCENE The “all-day café” trend that has gripped both coasts has reached Phoenix, and it’s no surprise a California transplant has led the charge. Headquartered in Venice, Zinqué (pronounced zin-kay) is a Golden State-inflected French concept where you can get coffee and pastries in the morning, lunch in the afternoon, and dinner and drinks in the evening. In the first two-thirds of the day, it offers counter service. At cocktail hour, it switches to table service, which it also offers during weekend brunch.  ...

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The Swedes are coming! Polestar, a performance electric vehicle company from the Scandinavian nation that brought us ABBA and Fredrik Backman, makes its Southwest debut this summer. The newcomer joins Courtesy Automotive Group (Courtesy Chevrolet) at Scottsdale Fashion Square. “Anyone seeking to own an electric vehicle with a unique, stylish design for the 21st century will want to own a Polestar,” says Courtesy CEO Scott Gruwell. “It’s a dynamic electric technology with an amazing international...

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Scottsdale Fashion Square will spotlight fashion, food, flowers and fun at its Fashion A’Fare event March 5 through 8. Presented by Caesars Republic Scottsdale, a new non-gaming boutique hotel slated to open near Fashion Square next year, the festivities kick off on Thursday, March 5 at 5 p.m. with the unveiling of the Floral Mannequin Collective in the mall’s Luxury Wing. Mannequins will serve as the canvas for one-of-a-kind works of art designed by florists,...

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Scottsdale Fashion Square is becoming the ideal spot for foodies with new restaurants popping up everywhere you turn. The latest addition, Zinqué (pronounced zinc-kay) had its grand opening this past week and I was lucky enough to snag an invite to their media event. The relaxed but stylish Euro-inspired restaurant mimics cafes found in the South of France, Italy and Spain where guests can start with a latte and end with a glass of wine....

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Scottsdale’s newest art venue, Wonderspaces, offers patrons a hands-on way to look at and experience art. Tucked away in the back of Scottsdale Fashion Square’s food court, the 16,000 square-foot venue (in the old Harkin’s Theater location), has 18-foot ceilings to accommodate large installations and also houses a gift shop and snack bar. Wonderspaces recently debuted its second immersive art show, “Elsewhere,” with 13 interactive and participatory art installations. “This is a completely new, interactive...

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