Not all happy hours are created equal. In this year's Best of Phoenix® issue, we scoured the Valley to find the best places to grab a drink and a bite after a long day. Here's a look at the seven best places to enjoy happy hour in Metro Phoenix.
Every week, there's a cornucopia of Phoenix food news, features, and reviews to report here at Chow Bella. If you're like most people, you probably just don't have the time to get to all of it. It's kind of like those burgers at Old Town Whiskey; it just won't all fit in your mouth ... or in this ca ... More >>
Bistro 202, the cafe inside the Hotel San Carlos, downtown's historic boutique hotel, hasn't exactly been destination dining for the city set, but San Diego sisters Lan and Hue Tran are hoping to change that. The owners of Rice Paper, the Vietnamese restaurant in midtown which opened last summer, a ... More >>
See also: Meet The Devil's Daughters, Phoenix's New Sultry Rockabilly Sirens The Devil's Daughters became the talk of the rockabilly town last week when we introduced the Valley to their smokin'-hot sound and cool-cat style. As promised, the lovely ladies released their first music video over the ... More >>
Image: Jamie Peachey Christopher Quaratino, a member of the Lutz family that got chased out a creepy-looking house in Amityville, New York 25 years ago, will read a spooky story during a live Web cast at 6 p.m. on Sunday, October 30.Christopher Quaratino, who was 7 when he lived in th ... More >>
The Janks are scheduled to perform tonight at MADCAP Theaters in Tempe. Archaic Cessation at Joe's Grotto (Friday) Halloween's not for another couple weeks, so get yourself in the mood for ghosts and goblins with an evening of horrific and creepy death metal from this fearsome foursome. Losing God, ... More >>
Ikonoklast is scheduled to perform on Saturday at Chasers Bar & Nightclub in Scottsdale. From BBW bathing beauties and bizarre behavior to outdoor punk shows and indoor disco dancefests, our weekly roundup of inexpensive events happening from tonight until Sunday has it all. Read on for a rund ... More >>
A Februrary 23 inspection of the restaurant at the San Carlos Hotel in downtown Phoenix revealed, among other things, "white sauce containing cooked chicken and vegetables...date marked 2/11/09." The manager discarded the mystery sauce. Good. We figure most things that are white have a much shorter ... More >>
Exhibit celebrates what was and what is
Hot spins? Full bar? No piss? Were there.
Pint-size guide to Phoenix's Irish Pub scene
At the San Carlos, ghosts check in, but they don't check out
Downtown Phoenix has always had its high points, but the Civic Center boondoggle isn't one of them
Phoenix has always been hot. But can it ever be cool?
Sheriff Arpaio's popularity spikes
Local chef takes off, and political hopeful is just off
Prive straddles line between restaurant and nightclub
Valley film festivals provide local movie buffs with a full month of cinema overload
During his 79 years, Vic Kramer has watched downtown Phoenix morph from a bucolic village into a seething metropolis. His vantage point: the only home he has ever known.
Only the disorganized, cluttered opening of 'Chaos Theory' bears any relation to this forgettable exhibit's title
September 10 - 16, 1998
July 16 - 22, 1998
Time and again, Valley restaurant legend Nick Ligidakis has cooked his own goose. Will Cafe Niko be another overtrimmed turkey?
Foreign journalists are incredulous at banality of Super Bowl scene