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Asian Café Express serves up Hong Kong-style five-spice beef and hot pots Asian Café Express serves up Hong Kong-style five-spice beef and hot pots
, August 28, 2008
Don't blame the Olympics. I've been craving some good Chinese food for a lot longer than the past couple of weeks that we've been bombarded with... More >>
The Dhaba has Indian food fit for kings and Punjabi truck drivers The Dhaba has Indian food fit for kings and Punjabi truck drivers
, August 21, 2008
In rural India, a dhaba is a roadside pit stop where truckers can fill their tummies after they've filled their tanks at the petrol station next... More >>
Sabor Cubano brings a buffet of Cuban cuisine down to Earth Sabor Cubano brings a buffet of Cuban cuisine down to Earth
, August 14, 2008
Cuban cuisine certainly lends itself to an upscale, even fusion treatment (like at Scottsdale's chic Asia de Cuba), but for me, it's most... More >>
Newcomer Latitude Eight Thai Grill scores points with tom kha and garlic prawns Newcomer Latitude Eight Thai Grill scores points with tom kha and garlic prawns
, August 07, 2008
If you decided to quit your job and leap into a whole new career, what would it be? The question has always fascinated me. One of my friends is... More >>
Celebrity chefs Eddie Matney and Christopher Gross stake their names on new restaurants Celebrity chefs Eddie Matney and Christopher Gross stake their names on new restaurants
, July 31, 2008
Let's hear it for the home team. Eddie Matney and Christopher Gross are two of the area's best-known celebrity chefs, and each opened his own... More >>
Wine bar Cork pops a little creativity into each dish Wine bar Cork pops a little creativity into each dish
, July 24, 2008
There are a lot of good restaurants in the southeast part of town, but besides Kai, at Wild Horse Pass, the options aren't very exotic. But now... More >>
Like La Bocca Urban Pizzeria's crust, the pizza competition in Phoenix is stiff Like La Bocca Urban Pizzeria's crust, the pizza competition in Phoenix is stiff
, July 17, 2008
New York. Chicago. Phoenix. All great pizza cities. Don't laugh — you know it's true. Here in the Valley of the Sun, we may not specialize in a... More >>
New Japanese joint Roka Akor gets the details right New Japanese joint Roka Akor gets the details right
, July 10, 2008
Somebody at Roka Akor really did their homework. When I heard that this spin-off of Roka, a London-based Japanese restaurant, was coming to... More >>
Eliot Wexler is banking the success of Noca on his food knowledge and local connections Eliot Wexler is banking the success of Noca on his food knowledge and local connections
, July 03, 2008
There's an urban myth that 90 percent of restaurants close within the first year. Turns out, it's more like 26 percent, but still, it's a... More >>
How do health-conscious stores Fresh & Easy, Sprouts, and Sunflower compare with the mainstream? How do health-conscious stores Fresh & Easy, Sprouts, and Sunflower compare with the mainstream?
, June 26, 2008
Call me a shopaholic. I didn't realize I had a thing for grocery stores until I sat down to write this column, reflecting on how strolling the... More >>
Pizza A Metro offers up tasty Italian and wood-fired pizza by the meter Pizza A Metro offers up tasty Italian and wood-fired pizza by the meter
, June 19, 2008
How do you say "wildfire" in Italian? I can't tell you, but that's the idea I get when I think of the incredible buzz about Pizza A Metro, a... More >>
Jamaican joint The Breadfruit brings Rastafarian cuisine downtown Jamaican joint The Breadfruit brings Rastafarian cuisine downtown
, June 12, 2008
One of the most intriguing things about Phoenix is how people can reinvent themselves and find success here. We need to make a bigger deal about... More >>
Summer Guide: Cheap eats Summer Guide: Cheap eats
, June 05, 2008
My natural instinct is to haul ass on the highway, but lately I've been hyper-miling in my econo-car. Around my neighborhood, I've been riding my... More >>
Culver’s ButterBurger and Jersey Mike’s Subs make their Valley debut Culver’s ButterBurger and Jersey Mike’s Subs make their Valley debut
, May 29, 2008
Feed me now. I'm hungry. I'm grumpy. I'm in a hurry. I have plenty of easy excuses to fill up on fast food. But most of the time, novelty isn't... More >>
Kabab Palace in Tempe isn’t just the only Afghan restaurant in town; it’s delicious Kabab Palace in Tempe isn’t just the only Afghan restaurant in town; it’s delicious
, May 22, 2008
We've heard all about the heart, but does absence make the palate grow fonder, too? If it's top-notch Afghan cuisine — something the Valley's... More >>
Chef Michael Mina starts the local conspicuous consumption trend with Bourbon Steak Chef Michael Mina starts the local conspicuous consumption trend with Bourbon Steak
, May 15, 2008
Considering everything that's made a cultural splash so far in the 21st century — from extreme sports to religious extremism — it's fair to say... More >>
Geisha A Go Go has Scottsdale hipsters turning Japanese Geisha A Go Go has Scottsdale hipsters turning Japanese
, May 08, 2008
On the streets of Tokyo, you can hear pachinko parlors before you even see them. Their sound is distinctive, a shimmering white noise created by... More >>
Fine’s Cellar pairs well with the Scottsdale dining scene Fine’s Cellar pairs well with the Scottsdale dining scene
, May 01, 2008
The wine industry's on an upswing thanks to so many Americans drinking more vino. And if you think you've heard that factoid before, well, you... More >>
Pho Avina might be worth going back to college for Pho Avina might be worth going back to college for
, April 24, 2008
For years after I graduated from college, I spent way too much time jonesing to go back. Somewhere along the line, though, I stopped obsessively... More >>
Digestif in Scottsdale serves up absinthe and "Cal-ital food for the soul" Digestif in Scottsdale serves up absinthe and "Cal-ital food for the soul"
, April 17, 2008
The most intriguing new restaurant in Scottsdale is a refreshing alternative to the city's clichés. Of course, you'll have to dress up a little,... More >>
Frozen yogurt makes its cultural comeback Frozen yogurt makes its cultural comeback
, April 10, 2008
Pop culture is conspiring to give me a major flashback. From leggings to neon-colored sneakers, hipster kids are dressing like it's the end of... More >>
Stacy Phipps returns bearing BBQ, courtesy of his new restaurant Stacy’s Smokehouse Stacy Phipps returns bearing BBQ, courtesy of his new restaurant Stacy’s Smokehouse
, April 03, 2008
Some of this spring's best restaurant news came to me serendipitously. Several weeks ago, driving across a familiar stretch of Indian School... More >>
Over Easy  isn't a revolutionary breakfast spot, but it'll treat your hangover Over Easy isn't a revolutionary breakfast spot, but it'll treat your hangover
, March 27, 2008
"What a draaag it is gettin' old . . ." I can't completely disagree with Mick Jagger on that one. Back when I was a wild young thing, I could... More >>
Crust to crave and palatable pizza at Humble Pie Crust to crave and palatable pizza at Humble Pie
, March 20, 2008
What makes a great pizza? I swear I'm not trying to start World War III by raising the question. Sure, the subject of pizza invites conversation... More >>
Scratch Pastries offers French bliss in the form of luscious desserts and savory sandwiches Scratch Pastries offers French bliss in the form of luscious desserts and savory sandwiches
, March 13, 2008
I'd be perfectly content if you plunked me down on a wicker chair at a tiny round table, put some Édith Piaf on the stereo, and called me Amélie.... More >>
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