From a new Snooze to the D-Backs' spruced-up menu at Chase Field, there's lots of mouth-watering news coming our way this spring. Here are some recent highlights.
Soon to be the Valley’s fifth location, the newest Snooze, an A.M. Eatery will be located in a brand-new building in the Ahwatukee Foothills Centre on Ray Road and the I-10. For those who aren't familiar with the all-day breakfast spot, it puts its own spin on classics such as pancakes, eggs Benedict, sandwiches, huevos rancheros, and more, while also throwing in some unique choices like a breakfast pot pie and chilaquiles Benedict.
On Friday, March 17, rising retail delivery company Instacart and well-known beverage retailer BevMo! announced a new partnership that will provide one-hour alcohol delivery to parts of metro Phoenix. It's pretty simple to use: Choose from thousands of beers, wines, and spirits through the BevMo! storefront on the Instacart or app, and your items will be delivered to your doorstep in as little as one hour.
Urban Cookies Bakeshop, the former winner of Food Network's Cupcake Wars, is undergoing a much anticipated expansion. Their new spot at 2325 North Seventh Street in Phoenix occupies 2,500 square feet across three suites in the Sheridan Plaza near Seventh Street and Thomas Road, joining current tenants Humble Pie, the Main Ingredient Ale House and Café, and Sutra Midtown Yoga.
The Arizona Diamondbacks have begun their 2017 campaign. And while we can’t say for sure if the team will be any good, we can tell you what will be on the menu so you can plan on enjoying a trip to Chase Field this season, win or lose.
Cold Beer & Cheeseburgers In Central Phoenix Now Open
Scottsdale-based Cold Beer and Cheeseburgers opened its seventh Valley location in March. The new restaurant can be found just north of Seventh Street and Missouri Avenue, across from Culinary Dropout.
CB&B brings its popular brand of award-winning burgers and neighborhood sports bar vibes to the already booming area; the new CB&B features 55 flat-screen TVs, a 50-seat center bar area, and daily happy hour.
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The Smith Café opened its doors on March 1, taking over the space that formerly housed Acacia Café in the Gaslight Square near 36th Street and Indian School Road.
The Smith serves up breakfast and lunch staples, in addition to some more unique options; the Coconut Chia Bowl is an all-vegan breakfast bowl, while the Reaper Scramble is a spicy dish that features Base Infused Carolina Reaper Oil.