• Dozens of Stupendous Vegan Dining  Options in Metro Phoenix
    June 22 at 7 a.m. by Jacob Tyler Dunn

    It's no surprise that vegan dishes are easier to find around the Valley than they once were. Some restaurants continue to keep pushing into new territory with with beautiful, delicious plant-based plates. Here are a few of the Valley's vegan dishes…

  • Delicious Wines at the BLUSH Rosé Fest
    June 10 at 1:55 p.m. by Michelle Sasonov

    The first ever international BLUSH Rosé Fest was hosted on Saturday, June 9, at the Clayton House in Old Town Scottsdale. Wine lovers were in for a treat with unlimited samples of over 75 wines to choose from around the world. Paired with their…

  • May's Best Food Photos Are Filled with Summer Delights
    June 5 at 2:57 p.m. by Jordyn Carias

    Arizona summer is coming roaring into being, and with the heat come cool food photos. In May, we focused on beer, ice cream, sushi, fresh fruit, and more. Feast your eyes on our best food photos from May.


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  • Pour: Food, Wine and Craft Beer Tasting at Scottsdale Beer Company
    June 2 at 2:22 p.m. by Jorge Mariscal Valle

    On Thursday, May 31, attendees gathered at Scottsdale Beer Company for Pour: a food, wine, and craft beer tasting. Drinks and food samples were served nonstop and there was also live music, art painting, and podcasting. 

  • Millions of Peaches at the Schnepf Farms Peach Festival
    May 16 at 10:24 a.m. by Amanda Mason

    Celebrating over 50 years of growing peaches in Arizona, Schnepf Farms threw its Peach Festival May 11 through 13. The family-friendly event had hayrides, pick-your-own peaches, harvest-your-own-vegetables, a Peachy Pancake breakfast, rides,…

  • Getting Buzzed With Bacon on the Side at Scottsdale Bacon and Beer Classic
    May 12 at 9:58 p.m. by Tim Vasquez

    Whether you're a foody, beer connoisseur, or just trying to catch a buzz and eat, Scottsdale Bacon and Beer Classic had you covered on May 12, 2018. With knowledgeable staff, expert chefs, games to play, and great hospitality, you couldn't help but…

  • Metro Phoenix Ice Cream Shops You Need in Your Life
    May 9 at 9 a.m. by Jacob Tyler Dunn

    With the hot season really getting going, you may find yourself looking for a frozen treat to cool down. Thankfully we have tons of unique options around Phoenix for delicious treats in the ice cream family. So check out these pictures of splits,…

  • The Most Appetizing Food Shots of April 2018
    May 3 at 8:26 a.m. by Jordyn Carias

    While we were #blessed with phenomenal food festivals this April, like Nirvana Food and Wine's Bourbon Street and Best of the West blowout events, the real heroes were the classics. Thank you, Smoke Rings, Breakfast Beat, and the Essentials. It was…

  • All the Booze, Breweries, and Shenanigans at the 2018 ameriCAN Canned Craft Beer Fest
    May 1 at 7 a.m. by Amanda Mason

    The eighth annual ameriCAN Canned Craft Beer Festival went down this past weekend, April 28, 2018. The festival featured more than 250 canned craft beers from over 100 breweries across 40 states. Some of the brews had never before been consumed in…

  • Cloth & Flame Serves Up a Seven-Course Meal in Downtown Phoenix
    April 23 at 11:37 a.m. by Jorge Mariscal Valle

    On Thursday, April 19, 2018, Cloth & Flame shut down Central Avenue for a seven-course dinner. In the middle of downtown, guests were treated to food and cocktails by a total of five different restaurants. Five! Participating eateries were Blue…

  • Best of the West Culinary Chefs | Nirvana Food and Wine Festival
    April 22 at 4:09 p.m. by Amanda Mason

    Nirvana Food and Wine's Best of the West blowout, held at Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain Resort and Spa's culinary festival on April 21, drew local and national culinary talent. Hosted by Scott Conant and Tony Abou-Ganim, the event was the…

  • Bourbon Street: A Lot of Booze and a Little Guy Fieri at Nirvana Festival
    April 19 at 11:19 p.m. by Tim Vasquez

    Ever wanted to party like you're in New Orleans but don't wanna leave town? Well thanks to Nirvana Food and Wine Festival on Thursday, April 19, 2018, you could. At the culinary festival, Bulleit Bourbon presented Bourbon Street: A perfect mix of…

  • The Absolute Greatest Food Photos of March
    April 2 at 3:55 p.m. by Jordyn Carias

    From Burger Battles to delectable desserts, Phoenix New Times has you covered for the most top-notch food photography of March 2018.

  • The Juicy Burgers of Burger Battle 2018
    March 26 at 11:35 a.m. by Jordyn Carias

    Phoenix New Times hit up the canalside Burger Battle 2018 in Scottsdale on March 24. We captured the meaty goodness, the wide range of burgers that made the event a blast. A massive crowd turned out to eat burgers and drink booze. In the end,…

  • VegOut! Scottsdale Vegan Beer & Food Festival Was Colorful and Delicious
    March 19 at 10:50 a.m. by Jacob Tyler Dunn

    The Scottsdale Waterfront was home to the VegOut! Vegan Beer & Food Festival on Saturday, March 17, and Sunday, March 18, 2018. The crowds were loving the wide variety of delicious plates, treats, and all things vegan. From beautiful weather to…

  • The Food of the Flying Burrito Festival
    March 13 at 8 a.m. by Michelle Sasonov

    The first ever Flying Burrito Festival, held on March 10 in and around Crescent Ballroom, had some damn good food. It lived up to the lofty suggestions of its name. Vendors hawked portable food like elote and grilled cheese sandwiches, churros and…

  • 10 of the Best Desserts in Metro Phoenix
    March 8 at 8:26 a.m. by Jordyn Carias

    Describing a dessert as "sinful" can often be an exaggeration, but we've done the research and are comfortable saying that these Phoenix classics qualify. The Valley has something for every type of sweet tooth, and we've compiled a master list of…

  • Every Visiting Spring Training Fan Should Try These Restaurants
    March 6 at 4:09 p.m. by Jacob Tyler Dunn

    When people come to town, we often like to recommend restaurants beyond the usual Phoenix staples that everyone suggests. Here, we have compiled a list of non-obvious gems. Whether you're here for spring training, or live here and haven't tried…

  • Devour Culinary Classic Offered Delicious Food and Views at the Desert Botanical Garden
    March 5 at 1:31 p.m. by Melissa Fossum

    The Devour Culinary Classic took over the Desert Botanical Garden this past weekend, March 3 and 4. Some of the Valley's greatest culinary talents were cooking and serving food. The plates and drinks flowed from morning into afternoon. Check out…

  • Exclusive First Look: Aaron Chamberlin's New Roosevelt Row Taqueria, Taco Chelo
    March 1 at 9 a.m. by Melissa Fossum

    Phoenix New Times got an inside look at the food, drink, and design of Taco Chelo, Aaron Chamberlin's newest eatery, which will be a taqueria. There will be Mexican food and Mexican art. The restaurant opens on March 9. Get your first look right…



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