Chef Beau MacMillan Gets Shout-Out From Chef Marcus Samuelsson, Offers Top 5 Restaurants in AZ

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Last week Marcus Samuelsson, award-winning chef, cookbook author, and food activist, gave props to local celebu-chef Beau MacMillan on his website. After calling him "fun," "ebullient," and "one of the great people I've met during my travels," Samuelsson lists Beau Mac's top five picks for restaurants in Arizona (not including MacMillan's current gig at elements at Sanctuary at Camelback Mountain in Paradise Valley.)

So what top five dining spots in Arizona did MacMillan name?

1.) Tarbell's (3213 East Camelback Road, Phoenix)

2.) Binkley's (6920 East Cave Creek Road, Cave Creek)

3.) Nobuo at Teeter House (622 East Adams Street, Phoenix)

4.) FnB (7133 East Stetson Drive, Scottsdale)

5.) T. Cook's (5200 East Camelback Road, Phoenix)

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