Pendleton: The wares in this wool shop, which carries home goods along with men's and women's clothing, are tough to resist and soft to the touch. 7237 E. 1st Ave. | 480-874-2655 |

Amy Inc.: Trend-conscious and label-loving, this shop carries the latest in must-have women's wear from Elizabeth & James, Marchesa, and more. 7154 E. Stetson Dr., D100 | 480-425-1424 |

Fashion by Robert Black: Synonymous with fabulous fashion, Robert Black's boutique only bolsters his stylish reputation with covetable costume jewelry, ball gowns, and everyday dresses. 7144 E. 1st Ave. | 480-664-7700 |

Luster Kaboom
Luster Kaboom


GoodyTwos Toffee Company: Ingredients like Madagascar Bourbon vanilla, Saigon cinnamon, and Spanish peanuts make the toffee creations from this mother-daughter team doubly delicious. 6990 E. Shea Blvd. | 480-575-0737 |

Cool Gelato Italiano: This real-deal gelato shop scoops up 20 varieties of luscious indulgence from the berry-heavy Fruits of the Forest to silky stracciatella to seasonal creations like pecan pie. 7373 E. Scottsdale Mall | 480-941-3100 |

Butter & Me Bakery: If your snack fantasies involve scrumptious baked goods like chocolate-ginger-molasses cookies, housemade Pop-Tarts, and vanilla cupcakes with rose frosting, this is your place. 4014 N. Goldwater Blvd. 480-363-2859 |

Kaleidoscope Juice: For more health-minded munchies, this first-class juice bar offers organic brown Rice Crispy squares, sun-dried tomato crackers, and lemondrop truffles. 4014 N. Goldwater Blvd. | 480-980-8677 |

Sweet Republic: Not only is this artisan ice cream shop the best in the Valley, its adventurous flavors (think honey blue cheese and Sichuan orange chocolate) attract ice cream connoisseurs from around the country. 9160 E. Shea Blvd. | 480-248-6979 |


LewAllen Galleries: Recently adding a Scottsdale location to its roster of modern and contemporary art galleries, LewAllen brings works of international acclaim to the Valley. 7036 E. Main St. | 480-970-3600 |

Gallery J2: J2 sits on the second floor of J. Levine Auction & Appraisal and presents contemporary works from artists who specialize in styles ranging from screen printing to still life. 10345 N. Scottsdale Road | 877-761-3816 |

Art One Gallery: Featuring solely the artwork of Arizona art students, Kraig Foote's gallery is the spot to see the art scene's up-and-comers. 4130 N. Marshall Way | 480-946-5076 |

Lisa Sette Gallery: Arts tastemaker Lisa Sette showcases compelling contemporary works from her roster of talented artists, including Mayme Kratz and Angela Ellsworth. 4142 N. Marshall Way | 480-990-7342 |

The Gallery @ The Library: Scottsdale Civic Center Library's gallery covers 2,500 square feet and hosts work from artists like Luster Kaboom and Christy Puetz.


ASU Kerr Cultural Center: Theater and music regularly fill this historic space, built in 1959 for Louise Lincoln Kerr, who willed it to ASU's fine arts college. 6110 N. Scottsdale Road | 480-596-2660 |

Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts: International performing artists, dance troupes, and Broadway stars highlight the schedule at this performance mecca, which holds two theaters and one amphitheater. 7380 E. 2nd St. | 480-499-8587 |

Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art: SMoCA specializes in thought-provoking exhibitions, like the recently opened show "How Deep Is Your" from contemporary installation artist Julianne Swartz. 7374 E. 2nd St. | 480-874-4666 |

Taliesin West: Organic architect Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and school is open for public tours year-round. 12621 N. Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd. | 480-627-5340 |

Heard Museum North Scottsdale: The Native American museum encompasses two galleries of educational and artistic exhibits, hosts events and lectures, and has a gift shop featuring artwork and jewelry from Native artists. 32633 N. Scottsdale Road | 480-488-9817 |


Antique Trove: With 23,000 square feet and 130 vendor booths full of vintage finds, you'll need a map to navigate this spot; luckily, they're provided at the counter. 2020 N. Scottsdale Road | 480-947-6074 |

Rich Girls Rummage: Trade in your décor for a fresh look at this shop, which also carries local artwork and an eclectic selection of furniture. 7901 E. Thomas Road, Ste. 5 | 480-941-2424 |

Scottsdale Marketplace: Displayed throughout the marketplace's 38 showrooms are high-end and custom furniture pieces, ranging from Victorian style to Midcentury Modern. 6310 N. Scottsdale Road | 480-368-5720 |

Vintage Parlor: Whether it's a shabby-chic chair or a retro-style dining set, you'll find something in this budget-friendly small shop. 8660 E. Shea Blvd., Ste. 10 | 480-998-2245 |

Nido: This vintage furnishings shop specializes in mid-century home goods like Danish teak chairs, artwork, and kitchen tools. 4419 N. Scottsdale Road, Ste. 208 | 480-696-4862 |


Il Bosco: Scottsdale's best-kept secret for a cozy-casual meal, this tiny, low-lit pizzeria churns out very good wood-fired pizzas and fresh salads. 7120 E. Becker Lane | 480-335-8680 |

The Blind Pig: Starring dishes like pig wings, a hearty steak salad, and nearly perfect al pastor tacos, this meat-intensive venue also boasts a butcher's case of take-home proteins. 3370 N. Hayden Road | 480-994-1055 |

Zinc Bistro: At this stylish bistro, lunchtime bites come in the form of upscale Parisian comfort food like onion soup gratinée, croque monsieur with French ham, and coq au vin. 15034 N. Scottsdale Road | 480-603-0922 |

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Chuck Klee
Chuck Klee

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