Sunday: Dine Out With the Chefs at Scottsdale Center

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​Start saving your appetite now.

This Sunday will be a splurge worth blowing your diet for, courtesy of more than 20 high-profile chefs from across the Valley who'll be dishing up mouthwatering tastings at Scottsdale's fourth annual Dine Out With the Chefs event.

The festivities, which run from 4 to 6:30 p.m., are a good excuse for the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts to show off its brand-new Dayton Fowler Grafman Atrium. Who will be there?

Get a look at this year's roster:

  • Alto ristorante e bar (Hyatt Regency at Gainey Ranch) - Executive Chef Eric Howson and Executive Chef Salvador Prado
  • Arcadia Farms - Chef/Owner Carolyn Ellis

  • Asia de Cuba (at the Mondrian Scottsdale) - Executive Chef Donald Lemperle

  • Cowboy Ciao - Chef Rick Roberts and Chef Lester Gonzalez

  • Digestif - Chef Payton Curry

  • Estate House - Executive Chef Gio Osso

  • Galette Dessert Bar - Chef Tracy Dempsey

  • Il Terrazzo (at the Phoenician) - Executive Chef Paul Carter and Chef de Cuisine Victor Casanova

  • J&G Steakhouse (at the Phoenician) - Chef de Cuisine Jacques Qualin

  • Lon's at the Hermosa Inn - Executive Chef Michael Rusconi

  • Metro Brasserie & Bar - Executive Chef Matt Taylor

  • The Mission - Chef/Owner Matt Carter and Sous Chef Luis Milan

  • Petite Maison - Chef James Porter

  • Razz's Restaurant - Chef/Owner Erasmo "Razz" Kamnitzer

  • Simply Bread - Head Baker Jeffrey Yankellow

  • SWB, a southwest bistro (at Hyatt Regency Scottsdale Resort and Spa at Gainey Ranch) - Executive Chef Juan Solorio

  • Sweet Republic - Co-Owner/Ice Cream Chef Helen Yung

  • T. Cook's (at the Royal Palms Resort & Spa) - Executive Chef Lee Hillson

  • Talavera (at the Four Seasons Resort) - Executive Chef Mel Mecinas

  • Zinc Bistro - Chef/Owner Matt Carter and Sous Chef Rochelle Daniel

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