Nobody really knows who invented the Reuben sandwich (but we'd put flowers on his grave if we did). Some say it was Reuben Kulakofsky of Omaha, Nebraska, who served it at late-night poker games at the Blackstone Hotel. Others swear it was invented by a cook at Reuben's Restaurant in New York City. T ... More >>
The best ethnic food is often the most difficult to find. So each week we'll spin the globe and search for a new other-worldly spot to expand our eating horizons around the Valley.This week we go to Poland at Europa Pastry Cafe.
The small pierogi and stuffed cabbage plate ... More >>
Another week has come and gone leaving us to ponder the upcoming events that will shape our lives and, more importantly, our dinners out. But before we move on, let's have one last look at the blog posts from this week:
Chef Andrea Volpi Heads Up New Local Bistro
Chef Robert McGrath Hosting New PB ... More >>
With so many Phoenicians hailing from elsewhere, a few local restaurants have tapped into the transplant market -- offering everything from Chicago deep-dish pizzas and Kansas City BBQ to Southern collard greens & biscuits or farm fresh California style salads. Amon ... More >>
The puppeteer and improviser with Die Puppet Die and puppet maker at www.puppetpie.com has a puppet show for grown-ups on January 1 and 2 at 8 p.m. at the Great Arizona Puppet Theater.
What'd you eat for dinner last night? California rolls from Cherry Blossom Noodle Caf ... More >>
Svetlana and Abram Sulaymanov opened Russian Market over a decade ago in a dusty strip mall on the corner of 19th Avenue and Northern. Since then, they've been bringing the best dishes from the homeland to a hungry, and often homesick, community of ex-pats, immigrants, and globetrotting foodies. ... More >>