West Valley Archives

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As the food scene grows throughout the Valley, the west side of Phoenix continues to surprise customers with mouthwatering dishes from across the globe. Check out these three unique places to have your next meal. Get a Taste of India at India Garden India Garden is one of the only Indian restaurants on the west side of Phoenix serving traditional Indian and Nepali cuisine. Upon entering the restaurant, you will be greeted with amazing customer...

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“The party is here on the west side,” quoth hip-hop poet Montell Jordan. With the April debut of Heritage at Sportsman’s Park, that lyric is ringing true. The tri-level, 10,000-square-foot venue on the Great Lawn adjacent to State Farm Stadium in Glendale boasts a garden patio and chef-driven kitchen. “Heritage has so much to offer the West Valley,” says general manager and executive chef Marshall Reichert, who will run it as a restaurant open to...

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Phoenix’s food scene has been growing rapidly but family-owned food purveyors on the west side have been slinging solid meals for decades. Check out these three hidden gems next time you’re in the West Valley. Start Your Day Off at TJ’s Homestyle Restaurant Looking for a classic, comforting morning meal? This family-owned rustic restaurant has an old diner feel, complete with farm animal figurines, ’50s advertisements and traditional American comfort food. The Farmers Breakfast features...

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The Wigwam is getting some friendly competition from Sterling Grove, the West Valley’s first new golf course in more than a decade. “Sterling Grove is poised to take its place among the best courses in Greater Phoenix, with challenging play in a spectacular setting,” says Dan Rhea, senior project manager for Toll Brothers at Sterling Grove, a 780-acre master-planned luxury community. The semi-private club opened in Surprise this spring with picturesque vistas including the White...

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Phoenix is known for its vast foodie scene, ranging from a slew of Asian eateries in the East Valley to a cluster of coffee shops Downtown. The Westside of Phoenix is known for its mouth-watering Mexican delights, ranging from street tacos on handmade tortillas to authentic antojitos (Spanish for “snacks”). Check out these four family-owned hot spots in the West Valley.   Photo by Tiffany Acosta    Get Hot Tamales at Tamales Guadalajara Start your...

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When you're in the mood for a night of live music, the West Valley doesn't come immediately to mind. But the entertainment tides may be changing for our west side neighbors with the addition of a 120-acre outdoor music venue. TopWater at The Landing, on the banks of the recently restored Hidden Lake in Buckeye, will be kicking off their inaugural event this Saturday, Novemnber 11, with a concert from local folk rock band Luxxe.

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