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Circle H Barbecue, Despite a Few Misses, Fills a Neighborhood Void Circle H Barbecue, Despite a Few Misses, Fills a Neighborhood Void
, April 19, 2012
Opening a restaurant in a former Mexican joint that sat empty for 10 years in a dying shopping center is one gutsy move. But that's exactly what... More >>
Fu-Fu Cuisine: Where Africa Meets the Caribbean Fu-Fu Cuisine: Where Africa Meets the Caribbean
, April 12, 2012
Imagine mashed potatoes. Then imagine a pile of mashed potatoes — smooth and sticky — shaped into a starchy dome. You pull a piece and mold it... More >>
Cold Beers & Cheeseburgers' Classic Fare Goes Awry Cold Beers & Cheeseburgers' Classic Fare Goes Awry
, April 05, 2012
Say the word "cheeseburger" and most meat-eating Americans drool at the thought of a juicy, seasoned beef patty blanketed in melted cheese,... More >>
O.H.S.O. Eatery and nanoBrewery Can't Get Beyond So-So O.H.S.O. Eatery and nanoBrewery Can't Get Beyond So-So
, March 29, 2012
From the second the sign went up, Arcadia's newest casual dining/bar experience, O.H.S.O. (don't bother asking what those letters stand for; no... More >>
Jerk Hut Delivers a Taste of Jamaica Jerk Hut Delivers a Taste of Jamaica
, March 15, 2012
If you have been to Jamaica or know something about its cuisine, then you are undoubtedly familiar with its most popular dish: jerk. Dating back... More >>
Fuego Tacos Misses a Few Opportunities Fuego Tacos Misses a Few Opportunities
, March 08, 2012
Fuego Tacos is one of the last restaurants standing at the Camelback Esplanade — at least for now. The mixed-use development on the southeast... More >>
Jose Garces' Culinary Star Power Shines at Old Town Whiskey and Distrito Jose Garces' Culinary Star Power Shines at Old Town Whiskey and Distrito
, February 23, 2012
Jose Garces is an Iron Chef, but then, if you're a fan of Food Network's Iron Chef America, the popular culinary game show based upon the... More >>
Tom's Tavern Fumbles After Renovation Tom's Tavern Fumbles After Renovation
, February 16, 2012
The thing to know about Tom's Tavern & 1929 Grill is that after being on the brink of closing in 2010, it was rescued not by one of its primary... More >>
Let's Make it Official: Arizona Needs a State Food Let's Make it Official: Arizona Needs a State Food
, February 09, 2012
You would think that after 100 years of statehood, Arizona would have gotten hungry enough to give itself an official food. Nope. Today, the... More >>
Chou's Kitchen: An Adventure to Northeastern China Chou's Kitchen: An Adventure to Northeastern China
, February 02, 2012
Chou's Kitchen isn't just the kind of restaurant that's used to being excluded. It's the kind of restaurant that's used to being excluded... More >>
Tacos Atoyac: Street-Style Oaxacan Eats Tacos Atoyac: Street-Style Oaxacan Eats
, January 26, 2012
The abundance of Sonoran-style Mexican food in the Valley is so great, it almost is taken for granted. For most of us, it's like chicken soup... More >>
Ethiopian Famous Restaurant & Coffee's Oddball Location Belies the Treats Inside Ethiopian Famous Restaurant & Coffee's Oddball Location Belies the Treats Inside
, January 19, 2012
Going to Ethiopian Famous Restaurant & Coffee is something of a religious experience. To get to the unusual yet satisfying new Central Phoenix... More >>
Thoughts and Predictions for the 2012 Food Scene Thoughts and Predictions for the 2012 Food Scene
, January 12, 2012
It's no secret that the Valley food scene is slow to hop aboard the gastronomical trend train, but that doesn't mean it can't surprise us every... More >>
Timo Fires Up Bread and Much More in Sunnyslope Timo Fires Up Bread and Much More in Sunnyslope
, January 05, 2012
There is nothing quite like good bread. Golden and crusty and full of flavor, its aroma, especially when baking, can elicit excitement,... More >>
Laura Hahnefeld Looks at the Year of the Food Truck Laura Hahnefeld Looks at the Year of the Food Truck
, December 29, 2011
As of early 2011, if you asked a Valley resident the best four-wheeled vehicle from which to score Filipino street food, freshly made crème... More >>
32 Shea: Coziness, Comfort, Coffee, and Killer Cocktails 32 Shea: Coziness, Comfort, Coffee, and Killer Cocktails
, December 22, 2011
32 Shea is the kind of restaurant where you could easily spend hours — the temperature is perfect, the seating comfortable, and its small size... More >>
Rice Paper's Pricey Vietnamese Food Could Use a Touch of Soul Rice Paper's Pricey Vietnamese Food Could Use a Touch of Soul
, December 15, 2011
Rice Paper is unquestionably stylish: a renovated small home with exposed brick walls amid a gray and white color palette, miniature chandeliers,... More >>
Villa Peru: Other-Worldly Delights in the Latest World-Food Obsession Villa Peru: Other-Worldly Delights in the Latest World-Food Obsession
, December 08, 2011
Is Peruvian cuisine, the intricate fusion of hundreds of years of Spanish, Chinese, West African, and Japanese immigration and native culture,... More >>
Pearl Sushi Lounge: Chic Ambiance and (Mostly) Flashy Food in Scottsdale Pearl Sushi Lounge: Chic Ambiance and (Mostly) Flashy Food in Scottsdale
, December 01, 2011
Have you heard the rumors about Pearl? There are several. That the sushi lounge and bomber bar in Scottsdale is sleazy, salaciously tempting the... More >>
Misfit Thanksgiving: Four New Times Writers Recall Their Most Memorable Turkey Days Misfit Thanksgiving: Four New Times Writers Recall Their Most Memorable Turkey Days
, November 24, 2011
Editor's note: As a holiday gift to you, dear readers, we asked some of our favorite writers to regale us with tales from the Thanksgiving table.... More >>
El Hefe: Tabletop Taps and Mexican Food with a Twist in Scottsdale El Hefe: Tabletop Taps and Mexican Food with a Twist in Scottsdale
, November 17, 2011
One does not go to El Hefe Super Macho Taqueria for dinner. One goes to El Hefe Super Macho Taqueria for the tabletop taps. An ingenious... More >>
Pete's Thai Cuisine: Bold Flavors and More from a Longtime Valley Thai Chef Pete's Thai Cuisine: Bold Flavors and More from a Longtime Valley Thai Chef
, November 10, 2011
Some meals are meant to be solo adventures, reserved reflections on flavors executed with slow, thoughtful bites in the quietude of an intimate... More >>
Perk Eatery: Where Breakfast Is Serious Business Perk Eatery: Where Breakfast Is Serious Business
, November 03, 2011
If you are from the Midwest, you understand that breakfast is serious business. By nature, it is a hearty endeavor — designed to be satisfyingly... More >>
At El New Yorican, You'll Taste the Island Riches of Puerto Rico At El New Yorican, You'll Taste the Island Riches of Puerto Rico
, October 27, 2011
"Thank you for coming to my house." If you have been fortunate enough to visit El New Yorican, these words, accompanied by a firm handshake,... More >>
Hole Foods: Boutique Doughnuts Are Leaving the Likes of Krispy Kreme in the Dust Hole Foods: Boutique Doughnuts Are Leaving the Likes of Krispy Kreme in the Dust
, October 20, 2011
When Eliot Wexler set out to open a world-class restaurant in Phoenix, the guy didn't fool around. The Chicago transplant talked his way into... More >>
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