Top Five Phoenix Food Stories of the Week
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 case, your day. So, here's a recap of some of the top stories from the week that you may have missed.
After a long summer hiatus, word has it that The Maine Lobster Lady is heading back to the shores of Tempe Town Lake. Grab your forks and mark your calendars, folks, it's just about time to dig in.
The Lobster Lady, "A Maine island girl, along with her very own lobster fishin' partner," spent the warmer months on Isle au Haut off the coast of -- you guessed it, Maine. If you caught her at the Food Truck Festival last spring you know firsthand how quickly her "Ultimate White Meat" creations and east coast seafood fly out the window and into southwest food truck lovers' mouths. Find out when she'll be back in the desert.
We've spent the last year in the laboratory putting Phoenix under the microscope to reveal hundreds of specimens of the best culture, outdoor adventures, shopping, dining, and nightlife the city has to offer. And we're finally ready to publish our results. Nerd alert! Now presenting Scientific Phoenix.
If you're looking for ethnic dining options around Phoenix, you have plenty of places to choose from. We've narrowed them down for you in our annual Best of Phoenix 2012 issue. Read on to see which restaurants made our list.
-New Times Staff
When it comes to dining out, some of us need a restaurant that takes reservations (at $15 an hour, that babysitter ain't cheap) while others don't (another drink at the bar -- don't mind if I do.) So why wouldn't all restaurants simply play it safe and afford customers the ability to lock down seats? Here's what Valley chefs and restaurateurs had to say.
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