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Offal Dinner Returns to Petite Maison
, October 24, 2013
Whether you think offal is awful or awesome, there's a good chance you'll at least be intrigued by chef James Porter's Fourth Annual Halloween... More >>
Cozy Up at Krua Thai Cuisine in North Phoenix Cozy Up at Krua Thai Cuisine in North Phoenix
, October 24, 2013
Krua, on the city's north side, pretty much embodies the idea of a cozy Thai café. It's a pleasant space, small and tidy, with a handful of... More >>
The Blind Pig in Scottsdale Is All About the Meat The Blind Pig in Scottsdale Is All About the Meat
, October 17, 2013
Is The Blind Pig in Scottsdale a butcher shop with a restaurant or a restaurant with a butcher shop? In either instance, it's all about the... More >>
A Little Bit of Everything Filipino at Halo-Halo Kitchen in Phoenix A Little Bit of Everything Filipino at Halo-Halo Kitchen in Phoenix
, October 10, 2013
Halo-Halo Kitchen is like a mullet gone the way of the Philippines: Filipino food business in the front, Filipino karaoke party in the... More >>
Phoenix Public Market Cafe: A Dazzling Space With the Occasional Letdown Phoenix Public Market Cafe: A Dazzling Space With the Occasional Letdown
, October 03, 2013
If the farmers market at downtown's Phoenix Public Market is one of the Valley's most notable spots for finding fresh locally grown and locally... More >>
Renegade by MOD in Scottsdale Takes Culinary Risks That Reap Big Rewards Renegade by MOD in Scottsdale Takes Culinary Risks That Reap Big Rewards
, September 26, 2013
What does the Valley's biggest risk-taker of a restaurant look like at the moment? Its cuisine takes a familiar dish and plugs it into a... More >>
Republica Empanada in Mesa: A New Take on Latin American Comfort Food Republica Empanada in Mesa: A New Take on Latin American Comfort Food
, September 19, 2013
For those who enjoy the portable perfection of a delicious wrapped snack, there may not be a more satisfying invention than the empanada. A food... More >>
A Tale of Two Subway-Style Mediterranean Joints in Tempe A Tale of Two Subway-Style Mediterranean Joints in Tempe
, September 12, 2013
All over the country, healthy eating is on the rise. And in the realm of fast-casual dining, that means replacing the iceberg lettuce and "lite"... More >>
Asi es la Vida: An Ongoing Culinary Love Story in Phoenix Asi es la Vida: An Ongoing Culinary Love Story in Phoenix
, September 05, 2013
Así es la Vida is as much an ongoing love story as it is a charming spot for a gratifying culinary journey through the regions of Mexico. And... More >>
The Five Best New Phoenix Restaurants of 2013 (So Far) The Five Best New Phoenix Restaurants of 2013 (So Far)
, August 29, 2013
What do the stars of this year's Valley dining scene look like so far? Like many across the country still adapting to the effects of the... More >>
Bertha's Cafe: Homespun Desserts and Much More Bertha's Cafe: Homespun Desserts and Much More
, August 22, 2013
If you are passing through the doors of Bertha's Cafe for the very first time, you probably have come for Beth Goldwater's cheesecake. A poorly... More >>
Finding the 10 Best Doughnuts in Metro Phoenix Finding the 10 Best Doughnuts in Metro Phoenix
, August 15, 2013
Whether it's a bad breakup, a morning board meeting, or a late night of drinking, there are moments when doughnuts simply call to us. Try as we... More >>
Amid BBQ's Renaissance, Bootleggers Lands in North Phoenix Amid BBQ's Renaissance, Bootleggers Lands in North Phoenix
, August 08, 2013
Given the handful of decent barbecue joints in the Valley, chasing the aroma of smoked meat is a little like finding relief during a Phoenix... More >>
At the Western, Menu Lets Down an Otherwise Great Club At the Western, Menu Lets Down an Otherwise Great Club
, August 01, 2013
Editor's note: As this column went to press, The Western indicated it would be developing a new menu. Some dishes described below may not be... More >>
La 15 y Salsas: Oaxaca-Style Tamales Spice Up Sunnyslope La 15 y Salsas: Oaxaca-Style Tamales Spice Up Sunnyslope
, July 25, 2013
On the subject of who has the best tamales in the Valley, the debate never seems to end. Given the countless national and international... More >>
Lucky's King Wah: Where the Chef's Special Is Indeed Special Lucky's King Wah: Where the Chef's Special Is Indeed Special
, July 18, 2013
If you're a diner of the adventurous sort and happen to visit Lucky's King Wah in Glendale, it's a good idea to remember the words "Chef's... More >>
Salut Offers Respite from Mill Avenue, but Not Without a Few Issues Salut Offers Respite from Mill Avenue, but Not Without a Few Issues
, July 11, 2013
Salut Kitchen Bar is a kind of Mill Avenue detox, a comfortable, low-lit room where glasses of wine take the place of tequila shots, where an... More >>
Tumi Delivers Colorful, Zesty Peruvian Cuisine in Chandler Tumi Delivers Colorful, Zesty Peruvian Cuisine in Chandler
, July 04, 2013
For a refreshing dish of the coastal variety, it's hard to beat Peruvian-style ceviche. Even at its most basic, the South American country's... More >>
Spoke & Wheel Pedals to Mediocrity Spoke & Wheel Pedals to Mediocrity
, June 27, 2013
Ask anyone from Sunnyslope about the odd-shaped building at the end of Murphy Bridle Path, between Central Avenue and the Arizona Canal, and many... More >>
Doug Robson Nails It Again at Otro Cafe Doug Robson Nails It Again at Otro Cafe
, June 20, 2013
Like a beautiful woman, the mole negro at Otro Cafe is stunning enough to silence your inner monologue. Richly intense yet delicately sweet,... More >>
The 10 Best Things to Eat and Drink at Chase Field The 10 Best Things to Eat and Drink at Chase Field
, June 13, 2013
With the crack of a bat and the crunch of a roasted peanut, baseball season has returned, and in Phoenix, that means thousands of fans packing... More >>
Karaikudi Palace in Scottsdale: A Taste of South India Karaikudi Palace in Scottsdale: A Taste of South India
, June 06, 2013
Many world cuisine restaurants in the Valley can lay claim to having a chef well-versed in the food of his or her homeland. But Karaikudi Palace... More >>
Leo's Island BBQ Brings Peoria a Taste of Hawaii Leo's Island BBQ Brings Peoria a Taste of Hawaii
, May 30, 2013
For those who prefer their carb and protein loads delivered via a plastic foam container, there may not be a more perfect meal than the Hawaiian... More >>
Chasing Amy: Overcooked Reality and the Decline of Western Civility Chasing Amy: Overcooked Reality and the Decline of Western Civility
, May 23, 2013
A tall, thin man with long, gray hair and a pair of saggy but expensive jeans shakes the handles of two doors of a restaurant. Behind him is a... More >>
Good Gravy! Welcome Diner in Downtown Phoenix Serves Up Southern Charm Good Gravy! Welcome Diner in Downtown Phoenix Serves Up Southern Charm
, May 16, 2013
The Welcome Diner, the tiny, hip 200-square-foot eatery at 10th and Roosevelt streets in Phoenix, has returned. And this time, it's packing some... More >>
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