The Guilty Pleasure: Dessert and Coffee
Where To Get It: Compass Arizona Grill, atop the Hyatt Regency Phoenix downtown
Price: $8 for dessert, $3 for coffee
What It Really Costs: The only regret is that you didn't think of it sooner.
On a recent dining excursion to downtown Phoenix, I was strolling ... More >>
At last! Blissfully cool mornings, evenings with a hint of chill and daytime temps that mean we can lunch on a shaded patio without swimming in sweat. This right here, this seasonal slice of heaven is why we endure traffic, tourists and summer.
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LOS DIAS DE LA CRESCENT DAY TWO @ CRESCENT BALLROOM | 8/18/12
The party continued to rock local on night two of Los Dias de la Crescent, adding the Latin flair that's inescapable in Arizona. Saturday night's set showed that the flag placement, Chicano-inspired art and official state color hues wer ... More >>
If you've got cravings only oodles of noodles can cure -- and just a ten spot in your pocket -- your lunch break could bring you to Focaccia Foirentina in downtown Phoenix.
Located between Monroe and Adams just off Copper Square, this family owned and operated breakfast and lunch eater ... More >>
Philthy Phil's R.I.P.So long Philthy Phil's, you will be missed. In case you didn't read the news over on our sister blog Jackalope Ranch, the long-running dive bar closed its doors this week after eight years of operation. The place became more of a hipster haven in recent years, it's long serve ... More >>
The majority of the luxury condos at the posh 44 Monroe luxury high-rise are facing foreclosure. A notice of trustee's sale has been filed by the Scottsdale's Stearns Bank to sell 182 of the building's 196 units. The condos will be sold to the highest bidder on April 14...Phoenix police have ... More >>
Food is always a huge attraction at the annual Matsuri -- that is, the Phoenix Japanese Festival -- and this year's (which takes place this weekend) will be no different. Think yakisoba, teriyaki obento, makizushi, daifuku made with fresh mochi, anpan... jeez, I shouldn't blog right before ... More >>
Covered in black and red paint, this "barbecued" woman was meant to remind meat-eaters that "all animals have the same parts." Right... The faux Q was PETA's protest of the Cattle Industry's Phoenix convention.
Paul Layland's sold hot dogs on the streets of downtown Phoeni ... More >>
A female PETA volunteer will strip to almost nothing but body paint and lie on a pretend barbecue grill on Thursday for a protest at the cattle industry's Phoenix convention.
PETA seems to enjoy using human flesh to make their point -- the group just received a bunch of publicity ove ... More >>