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Fall is finally here! While in most parts of the country September officially rings in the autumn season, in our hot desert, the temps finally start to dip in October. Which means it’s time to head outdoors, explore, and not just fall in love with fall but fall in love with the Valley all over again. Whether you’re in the mood for a nice stroll and some retail therapy outdoors at shopping plazas like Biltmore Fashion Park and San Tan Village and the boutique retail joints in Downtown Phoenix, or perhaps a pretty patio to grab a cocktail is more of what you have in mind, this issue of You are Here is packed with plenty to do to keep you busy. This time of year, the city buzzes with excitement and comes to life. Schools are back in session, the snowbirds come to visit, and entertainment venues are busy just about every weekend. The arts and culture scene is officially in full swing with outstanding performances by Valley favorites like the Phoenix Symphony and Ballet Arizona. And for a little local culture, you won’t want to miss the First Friday art walks; they’re the perfect opportunity to enjoy art, wine and the outdoor scenery of Downtown Phoenix. If you’re in the mood for an enchanting evening out, Arizona has plenty of options. From sophisticated lounges to romantic restaurants and even hidden hideaways, there’s something everyone will love. Enjoy this issue of You are Here and everything fall the Valley has to offer. There’s family-friendly entertainment, city slicker destinations and recreation for the outdoor enthusiast, too. Foodies will love this month’s lineup of culinary events like Uncorked & Unplugged, featuring eats, drinks Surprise and entertainment from some Peoria of the finest local restaurants, Scottsdale all in an outdoor setting. Sports Glendale 17 51 101 101 fanatics can keep their schedules Paradise Valley busy catching games from the Central Phoenix Arizona Cardinals and Phoenix 202 10 Suns, and adventure junkies can Avondale Tempe explore Arizona’s wild side. 10 Mesa Whether you’re new in town or 60 an Arizona native, it’s the perfect Ahwatukee Chandler time to rediscover everything the Valley has to offer.



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Shopping al Fresco Get out and explore the best in retail therapy Shop & Dine Grab some grub at one of these shopping-adjacent eateries, located at several shopping districts throughout the Valley.

5 & Diner

Burgers and jukeboxes ala the ‘50s.

Brio Tuscan Grille

Mouthwatering Italian fare inspired by Tuscany.

Cheesecake Factory An extensive menu with something for everyone.

Fleming’s Steakhouse Fine steak and seafood selections.

Johnny Rockets

Photo: JScottsdale Quarter

Juicy burgers and creamy milkshakes.

Kabuki Japanese Restaurant

Sushi and Japanese cuisine in a casual space.

True Food Kitchen

Healthy, sustainable creations.

Scottsdale Quarter

Biltmore Fashion Park

Scottsdale Quarter

The Shops at Norterra

The pursuit of a luxury lifestyle is easily and well done at Biltmore Fashion Park. This shopping and dining destination is a blend of high-end department stores like Saks Fifth Avenue and Macy’s and designer boutiques like Ralph Lauren.

High-end shopping, dining and even a luxury movie theater in a sophisticated outdoor space dotted by palm trees and desert landscape are what you’ll find at Scottsdale Quarter. The open-air entertainment destination is welcoming new tenants almost monthly.

From movies and restaurants to plenty of shopping, this 35,000-squarefoot plaza has just about everything you might need. You won’t have to battle for parking at the mall to find favorites like Victoria’s Secret and Bath & Body Works; and BevMo, Best Buy and a Harkin’s movie theater

15279 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale 480-270-8123

Northeast corner of I-17 and Happy Valley Rd., Phoenix 623-582-9599

SanTan Village

Scottsdale Waterfront


Escape to this East Valley outdoor destination to enjoy plenty of shopping and dining. SanTan Village features a mix of small shops like Charming Charlie’s, Coach and Aldo, as well as large retail favorites like Dick’s Sporting Goods and Barnes & Noble. Catch a movie at the Harkins Movie Theatre

Exclusive boutiques and restaurants along the Arizona Canal make the Scottsdale Waterfront an ideal spot for date night or an afternoon with friends. Restaurants like Olive & Ivy and The Herb Box have waterfront views, while shops like Urban Outfitters are perfect for some retail therapy.

High Street of CityCenter at CityNorth is a Downtown-like enclave in the middle of the desert. The North Phoenix center features art galleries, designer boutiques, high-end restaurants, nightlife and even luxury residential living for those who want to be within steps of entertainment.

2502 E. Camelback Rd., Phoenix 602-955-8400

2218 E. Williams Field Rd., Gilbert 480-282-9500

Camelback Rd., between Scottsdale Rd. and Marshall Way, Scottsdale 480-247-8071

5415 E. High Street, Phoenix 480-319-8700


Arts & Culture

Culturally Savvy

Soak up the city’s cultural scene Ballet Arizona

Music to Your Ears

Catch a classical or pop concert by The Phoenix Symphony, which has been entertaining Valley residents for more than 60 years. The musicians also perform at various community and holiday events throughout the year. Symphony Hall 75 N. 2nd St., Phoenix 602-495-1999

Culture Slice

At the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts, you can catch everything from theatrical performances to concerts and events. Don’t miss Dine Out with the Chefs this October and the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art’s Fall Opening Celebration. 7380 E. 2nd St., Scottsdale 480-499-8587

Listen and Learn

It’s a sensory experience of sight and sound at the Musical Instrument Museum in Phoenix, where you can explore hundreds of exhibits of musical instruments from around the world. The museum also hosts monthly special events and live music performances. 4725 E. Mayo Blvd., Phoenix 480-478-6000

Each fall, the arts and culture scene comes to life in the Valley with an action-packed season of outstanding performances, events and exhibitions in full swing. You won’t want to miss this season’s fairytale lineup of performances from Ballet Arizona, including the world premiere of the classic tale, Cinderella, newly choreographed by Ballet Arizona’s Artistic Director Ib Andersen. The Arizona Opera performances of Cavalleria Rusticana and Pagliacci this October and Faust in November are three not to miss. If you’d like to make it a family affair, take the little ones to a show at The Great Arizona Puppet Theatre, where they can sing along to many of the performances. This time of year is also perfect for enjoying the outdoors; the Scottsdale Art Walk on Thursday evenings is a great way to stroll the city at night and pop into Old Town Scottsdale’s art galleries to enjoy art, live music, artist receptions and other live entertainment. Of course, you can always enjoy the art on display at the Phoenix Art Museum and the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, two Valley mainstays for amazing works of art. ACTORS THEATRE 911 N. 4th St., Phoenix ✆✆602-253-6701 Off-Broadway plays and musicals.

ARIZONA LATINO ARTS CULTURAL CENTER 147 E. Adams St., Phoenix ✆✆602-254-9817 Showcasing Latino arts and culture.

Contemporary painting and sculpture.

AFTER HOURS GALLERY 116 W. McDowell Rd., Phoenix ✆✆602-710-2398 Great urban artists.

ARIZONA BROADWAY THEATRE 7701 W. Paradise Ln., Peoria ✆✆623-776-8400 Live theatre performances.



75 N. 2nd St., Phoenix ✆✆602-266-7464

7113 E. Main St., Scottsdale ✆✆480-947-5975

Classic opera at Symphony Hall.

A western tradition since 1923.

ARIZONA SCIENCE CENTER 600 E. Washington St., Phoenix ✆✆602-716-2000

BONNER DAVID GALLERIES 7040 E. Main St., Scottsdale ✆✆480-941-8500 Traditional paintings and sculptures.

Learning exhibits and planetarium.


ARIZONA JEWISH THEATRE 444 W. Camelback Rd., Phoenix ✆✆602-264-0402 Non-sectarian, nonprofit theater.

 A.S.U. Art Museum 51 E. 10th St., Tempe ✆✆480-965-2787 Art in innovative ways.


BENTLEY GALLERY 4161 N. Marshall Way, Scottsdale ✆✆480-946-6060

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1221 N. Central Ave., Phoenix ✆✆602-262-4636 Architecturally significant public library.

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Conversation Starter A theater performance often gives you something to talk about, but the progressive performances from the troupe at Actor’s Theatre of Phoenix specifically set out to spark conversation. The 26-year-old professional theater company puts on contemporary performances that will make you think and laugh, and leave you inspired. Check out “Next Fall,” dubbed “The funniest heartbreaker in town!” by The New York Times, playing through Nov. 13.

 CALVIN CHARLES GALLERY 4201 N. Marshall Way, Scottsdale ✆✆480-421-1818 Unique perspective on the world of art.

DEL E. WEBB CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS 1090 S. Vulture Mine Rd., Wickenburg ✆✆928-684-6624 Music, dance, theatre, education.

CHALLENGER SPACE CENTER 21170 N. 83rd Ave., Peoria ✆✆623-322-2001 Inspired wonders of space.

CHILDREN’S MUSEUM OF PHOENIX 215 N. 7th St., Phoenix ✆✆602-253-0501 “Play to learn - Family fun.”

CHILDSPLAY 900 S. Mitchell Dr., Tempe ✆✆480-921-5700 Professional theatre for young audiences.

Comerica THEATRE 400 W. Washington St., Phoenix ✆✆602-379-2800 Modern venue, classic feel, big shows.




Herberger Theater Center 222 E. Monroe St., Phoenix 602-253-8497


1015 N. 1st St., Phoenix ✆✆602-300-7575

115 N. 6th St., Phoenix ✆✆602-262-5029

Live/work collective artspace.

Phoenix’s central heritage.



7144 E. Stetson Dr., Scottsdale ✆✆480-429-7729

1106 N. Central Ave., Phoenix ✆✆602-258-0109

1201 N. Galvin Pkwy., Phoenix ✆✆602-481-8104

Contemporary and abstract art.

Heart of the Celtic community.

Explore the wonders of nature.

6835 N. 57th Dr., Glendale ✆✆623-930-3486

7135 E. Main St., Scottsdale ✆✆480-947-3548

Historic police museum.

Unique stable of artists.


DESERT CABALLEROS WESTERN MUSEUM 21 N. Frontier St., Wickenburg ✆✆928-684-2272 American art, Western history.

DESERT STAGEs THEATRE 4720 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale ✆✆480-483-1664 Award-winning performances.


GREAT ARIZONA PUPPET THEATRE 302 W. Latham St., Phoenix ✆✆602-262-2050


JOBING.COM ARENA 6751 N. Sunset Blvd., Glendale ✆✆623-772-3375 Concerts, sports and performances.

Puppet shows for all ages.

THE LAWRENCE GALLERY HEARD MUSEUM 2301 N. Central Ave., Phoenix ✆✆602-252-8848

7012 E. Main St., Scottsdale ✆✆480-443-5575 Best selection of fine art.

Native American art.


DULEY-JONES GALLERY 7100 E. Main St., Scottsdale ✆✆480-945-8475 Eccentric contemporary art.


3711 W. Deer Valley Rd., Glendale ✆✆623-582-8007

4225 N. 7th Ave., Phoenix ✆✆602-248-8030

Art and archaeology.

Contemporary art gallery.

HEARD MUSEUM NORTH 32633 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale ✆✆480-488-9817 Collection of American Indian art.

HERBERGER THEATER 222 E. Monroe St., Phoenix ✆✆602-254-7399 Performance arts center.

7178 E. Main St., Scottsdale ✆✆480-945-1113 Traditional Western fine art.

MARSHALL LEKAE GALLERY 7106 E. Main St., Scottsdale ✆✆480-874-2624 Sculpture, blown glass and metalworks.



Local Love Whether you’re a local, a snowbird or visiting the Valley for the first time, First Friday in Downtown Phoenix is a great way to explore everything the Phoenix art scene has to offer. At the country’s largest self-guided art tour, you’ll have the opportunity to pop into a variety of art spaces and mingle with the more than 14,000 visitors who participate in the monthly art walk. A free shuttle bus service that drops you off at various Downtown Phoenix art spaces gets you around to more than 70 locales.

MAY GALLERY 3922 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale ✆✆480-922-1801


First Friday 1625 N. Central Ave., Phoenix 602-256-7539


7056 E. Main St., Scottsdale ✆✆480-874-3000

100 E. McDowell St., Phoenix ✆✆602-258-1974

Internationally acclaimed artists.

All-ages performing arts center.

Original paintings, art glass and bronzes.

TALIESIN WEST 12621 N. Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd., Scottsdale ✆✆480-860-2700 Explore Frank Lloyd Wright.


Mesa Arts Center 1 E. Main St., Mesa ✆✆480-644-6500

8355 W. Peoria Ave., Peoria ✆✆623-815-7930

Performances and live concerts.

Community and youth theater.

PHOENIX ZOO 455 N. Galvin Pkwy., Phoenix ✆✆602-273-1341 Extensive zoo exhibits, events and more.

THEATER WORKS 8355 W. Peoria Ave., Peoria ✆✆623-815-1730 Northwest Valley theater.


Indie art space and music venue.

PEORIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY MUSEUM 10304 N. 83rd Ave., Peoria ✆✆623-487-8030 Peoria history.



4725 E. Mayo Blvd., Phoenix ✆✆602-475-6000

8463 W. Monroe St., Peoria ✆✆623-773-7555

Celebrate the world’s music cultures.

Teen programs and computer classes.



113 N. 6th St., Phoenix ✆✆602-262-5070 Restored historic home.

TORCH THEATRE 4721 N. Central Ave., Phoenix ✆✆602-751-4862 Professional improv performances.



7380 E. 2nd St., Scottsdale ✆✆480-945-2323

525 N. 1st St., Phoenix ✆✆602-253-8188

Adventuresome and eclectic collections.

Acclaimed children’s theatre.



203 W. Adams St., Phoenix ✆✆602-534-5600

1625 N. Central Ave., Phoenix ✆✆602-257-1222

7374 E. 2nd St., Scottsdale ✆✆480-874-4666

16501 W. Northern Ave., Litchfield Park ✆✆623-935-5692

Historic, multi-use auditorium.

Large-scale contemporary museum.

Contemporary art exhibits and events.

Zoo and aquarium.



7155 E. Main St., Scottsdale ✆✆480-947-1934

203 W. Adams St., Phoenix ✆✆866-673-7248

Premier American artists.

Opera at the Orpheum Theatre.

PHOENIX SYMPHONY 225 E. Adams St., Phoenix ✆✆602-495-1999 Classical and pops concerts.


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5005 E. Camelback Rd., Phoenix ✆✆602-262-4727

5959 W. Brown St., Glendale ✆✆623-930-3596

Fine art for the whole family.

Botanical garden tours.

Photo: Greater Phoenix CVB

MODIFIED ARTS 407 E. Roosevelt St., Phoenix ✆✆602-462-5516

Play& Learn TODAY COME

One Great Space — Three Floors of Fun!

Explore the Climber, Building Big, Noodle Forest and so much more. Open 6 days a week, Tuesday thru Sunday, 9a.m. to 4p.m.

We’re Your Symphony.

Resident Conductor Joseph Young with future Symphony patrons & musicians. Photo by Jared Platt.

The Phoenix Symphony

2011/12 SEASON C L A S S I C S







Subscribe to an Entire Series for as Low as $58! Single Tickets Available Now starting at just $18. 602-495-1999


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he Scottsdale Downtown Districts feature a variety of dining, shopping, hotels,

special events, arts and entertainment catering to every visitor. 5th Avenue Shops

Old Town Scottsdale

Scottsdale Arts District

Entertainment District

Scottsdale Waterfront

Scottsdale Fashion Square

Business District


Park once and explore all that Scottsdale Downtown has to offer on the FREE TROLLEY.


Frank Lloyd Wright: Organic Architecture for the 21st Century Opening December 18

1625 N. Central Ave. / Phoenix, AZ 85004 (602) 257-1880

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Get more information on your favorite dining & nightlife spots throughout the Valley.

Celebrating our 24th Season! Professional Theatre in an Intimate Setting What About LUV?


We’d love to tell you where to go.

Book by Jeffrey Sweet; Music by Howard Marren Lyrics by Susan Birkenhead Musical based on the play LUV by Murray Schisgal October 27 - November 6, 2011

Fiddler on The Roof, Jr.

A shortened version of the classic musical Preformed by Curtain Call Youtheatre December 10 and 11, 2011

Dreyfus in Rehearsal

by Jean-Claude Grumberg Adapted by Garson Kanin January 26 - February 5, 2012

The Blessing of a Broken Heart Adapted by Todd Salovey Based on the book by Sherri Mandell March 22 - April 1, 2012


Greetings from Historic Heritage Square Home of the Rosson House MuseuM, a beautifully restored 1895 historic home open for guided public tours in downtown Phoenix, Arizona at 6th St. & Monroe. FOR INFORMATION CALL:


OPEN Wed. to Sat. 10a - 4p | Sun. Noon - 4p Last tour starts at 3:30p each day.

Shopping, dining, pro sports, festivals, concerts and live entertainment. Let us help you plan your next West Valley adventure. Bring this ad to the Glendale CVB and take a free spin on our Travel Glendale Prize Wheel. * *Offer expires 12/31/11.

Glendale Convention & Visitors Bureau 5800 W. Glenn Dr., Suite 140 623.930.4500



Stores and More The Borgata of Scottsdale

Cute and Crafty

In an unexpected venue — the historic Charles Miller home in Old Town Scottsdale — you’ll find Jam, a gift and accessories boutique full of charming creations and one-of-a-kind items made by local artists. The shop also hosts monthly events like group craft workshops. 6938 E. 1st St., Scottsdale 480-522-5410

Designers in the Valley

In addition to the luxury fashions you’ll find at the Valley’s only Neiman Marcus, this fall includes a lineup up of many personal appearances. Cosmetics Queen Kate Somerville will be in stores Oct.13 and jewelry designer Stephen Dweck will make an appearance Nov. 3. 7014 E. Camelback Rd., Scottsdale 480-947-4440

Fun in Phoenix

The Arizona Center shopping complex is a longtime Phoenix staple full of restaurants, clothing stores and tourist shops in an outdoor environment. Don’t miss the new Corner Bakery Cafe, opening mid-October. 400 E.Van Buren St., Phoenix 602-271-4000 14

Whether you feel

most at home in giant shopping malls or boutique finds are more to your liking, there are plenty of shops in the Valley that cater to everyone’s tastes. In fact, Arizona is home to some eclectic shopping, including upscale luxury stores, outlet malls and vintage finds, too. For a taste of the finer things in life, venture to Scottsdale Fashion Square. The multi-level mall is home to a mix of restaurants and exclusive retailers like Bvlgari, Gucci, Barney’s New York and a soon-to-open Prada. The Borgata of Scottsdale features open-air shopping and dining in a charming, courtyard setting. Stone paths, al fresco restaurants, outdoor events and unique boutiques ensure a distinctive shopping experience. At Casa Paloma Shopping Center, you’ll find a variety of shops, restaurants, independent boutiques and well-known stores, too. The shopping center also houses locally owned shops like luxury jewelers Coffin & Trout Fine Jewelers and beauty brand Philosophy. Don’t leave without picking something up at Urbayn, a shop that’s home to stylish gifts as well as home décor items. Anastasia’s Boutiques 8787 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale ✆✆480-443-4555


Bounty Hunter

7051 E. 5th Ave., Scottsdale ✆✆480-947-2450

15279 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale ✆✆480-907-6556

Modern colors and stylish clothing.

Edgy fashion and accessories.

Luxurious scents and sensuous lingerie.

 BABY KOUNTRY ANTIGUA SPORTSWEAR 16651 N. 84th Ave., Peoria ✆✆623-523-6000


15411 W. Waddell Rd., Surprise ✆✆623-544-9495

5045 N. 44th St., Phoenix ✆✆602-952-8646

Clothing for babies and toddlers.

Best in traditional menswear.

Sportswear and golf accessories.

Barney’s New york THE APPLE TREE 5811 W. Glendale Ave., Glendale ✆✆623-435-8486

 Classy Jazzy

4500 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale ✆✆602-337-6000

2000 Rio Salado Pkwy., Tempe ✆✆480-968-0556

Luxury apparel and accessories.

For divas of all ages.

Vintage kitchen items.

Betsey Johnson Apricot Lane 9410 W. Hanna Dr., Glendale ✆✆623-877-3308

7014 E. Camelback Rd., Scottsdale ✆✆480-946-4411

Designer denim and bags.

Day and evening womenswear.

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 COTTAGE GARDEN 7142 N. 58th Ave., Glendale ✆✆623-847-3232 7162 N. 58th Ave., Glendale ✆✆623-847-5262. Gifts for home and garden.

Photo: The Borgata of Scottsdale


Exercise your wallet at these Valley shops

Faire le Shopping The French know a thing or two about style, and plenty of stylish, specialty gifts is what you’ll find at The French Bee, a shop newly relocated to Scottsdale Fashion Square. The home décor store specializes in floral arrangements, but has home furnishings, accessories and decorative artwork, too. If you’re in need of something custom, the store also offers interior design services.

David Yurman


7014 E. Camelback Rd., Scottsdale ✆✆480-444-2920

10 W. Camelback Rd., Phoenix ✆✆602-279-5467

Modern jewelry for men and women.

Vintage frocks and retro gift items.

Designer District

Free People

11 W. Washington St., Phoenix ✆✆602-795-4979

15279 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale ✆✆480-948-7002

Upscale fashion for men and women.

Artistic and high fashion.



15279 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale ✆✆480-607-5064

7148 E. Main St., Scottsdale ✆✆480-994-4717

Blow-outs, in a pampering environment.

Exquisite one-of-a-kind pieces.


G by Guess

2550 E. Camelback Rd., Phoenix ✆✆602-224-0336

7700 W. Arrowhead Town Ctr., Glendale ✆✆623-773-9522

Luxury womenswear.

Trendy fashions for men and women.

FEMME DE PARIS 6166 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale ✆✆480-423-5161

GARAGE BOUTIQUE 7144 E. Stetson Dr., Scottsdale ✆✆480-556-6900 A body shop for kids.

Photo: The French Bee

Sophisticated styles for women.

Giggle FOREVER 21 7014 E. Camelback Rd., Scottsdale ✆✆480-994-2009

15147 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale ✆✆480-922-4928

H&M 7014 E. Camelback Rd., Scottsdale ✆✆480-946-0370 1 5169 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale ✆✆480-607-8374 Trendy men’s and women’s fashions.

Halo Precision Piercing 10 W. Camelback Rd., Phoenix ✆✆602-230-0044 Body piercing jewelry.

Heidi Boutique 20533 N. Hayden Rd., Scottsdale ✆✆480-663-7777 Contemporary women’s clothing.

JACADI-PARIS 15024 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale ✆✆480-443-3921 Prim, Parisian-made kids’ clothing.

Jewelry by Gauthier 15034 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale ✆✆480-443-4030 Handmade jewery

The French Bee 7014 E. Camelback Rd., Scottsdale 480-947-4440

LINDSAY LOU SCOTTSDALE 6107 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale ✆✆480-443-2522 Contemporary fashion and accessories.

MADE ART BOUTIQUE 922 N. 5th St., Phoenix ✆✆602-256-6233 Art, books, magazines and more.

NEW TO YOU 6750 W. Peoria Ave., Peoria ✆✆623-412-3597 Designer consignment shop.

Nike 15279 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale ✆✆480-270-8123 The sporting goods mecca.

NORDSTROM 7055 E. Camelback Rd., Scottsdale ✆✆480-946-4111 Exceptional fashions to inspire.

PHOENICIA ASSOCIATION 821 N. 3rd St., Phoenix ✆✆602-441-3385 Men’s clothing and apparel.

Baby shop and registry.

Fun, fleeting fashion trends.



Discover Downtown Phoenix may not be home to many high-rise buildings, but at CityScape, you’ll be transported to an urban shopping, dining and living enclave unique to the Valley. Discover specialty boutiques, cafés, lounges and restaurants, all within steps of one another. The Downtown Phoenix development is surrounded by walking-distance entertainment like U.S Airways Center, the Arizona

Sure they’re similar city to city, but many Valley malls are unique enough that you’ll enjoy more than just the offerings. Arizona Center

Arrowhead Towne Center

PINK HOUSE 7009 N. 58th Ave., Glendale ✆✆623-298-4766 Treasures and gifts.

Chandler Fashion Center

524 S. Mill Ave., Tempe ✆✆480-557-9422 Affordable; college vibe.

Park West Mall

25062 E. Meridian Rd., Queen Creek ✆✆480-888-9290 Working olive farm and mill.

Scottsdale Fashion Square

S  cottsdale Quarter

Tempe  Marketplace

Ruby Boutique 7030 E. Greenway Pkwy., Scottsdale ✆✆480-538-7817

Luxury, preppy fashions for women.

2446 E. Camelback Rd., Scottsdale ✆✆602-955-8000

Trend-setting boutique.

14 W. Camelback Rd., Phoenix ✆✆602-279-0538

High-end fashions with an equestrian vibe.

Candy treat boutique.

SO-OH !Fashion

11001 N. 99th Ave., Peoria ✆✆623-875-0688

9380 Westgate Blvd., Glendale ✆✆623-772-4000

Boutique fashions with flair.

The ultimate fashionista destination.

Republic of Couture


1 E. Washington, Phoenix ✆✆602-795-4980

9780 W. Northern Ave., Peoria ✆✆623-877-8599

Designer denim and apparel.

Sports apparel and goods.

REVOLVER RECORDS 918 N. 2nd St., Phoenix ✆✆602-795-4980 Selection of new and used vinyl LPs.

STINKWEEDS 12 W. Camelback Rd., Phoenix ✆✆602-248-9461 Independent record store.


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TRENDY TAG BOUTIQUE 2470 W. Happy Valley Rd., Phoenix ✆✆623-587-0095


2502 E. Camelback Rd., Scottsdale ✆✆602-952-0156


Tory Burch 7014 E. Camelback Rd, Scottsdale ✆✆480-946-1873


Apparel, perfumes and accessories.

Westgate City Center

High-end shoes and accessories.

Ralph Lauren

San Tan Village

Fine Italian leather shoes.

Trendy women’s fashions.

Queen Creek Olive Mill

Desert Ridge Marketplace

Stuart Weitzman 2562 E. Camelback Rd., Scottsdale ✆✆602-956-2330


Biltmore Fashion Park

Roberto Botticelli 7014 E. Camelback Rd., Scottsdale ✆✆480-970-1552

Urban Angels Boutique 2000 E. Rio Salado Pkwy., Tempe ✆✆480-968-3038 Up close and personal experience.

URBAN YOGA 3225 N. Central Ave., Phoenix ✆✆602-277-9642 Urban betterment.

West of SoHo 50 W. Jefferson St., Phoenix ✆✆602-595-4120  480 W. Happy Valley Rd., 2 Phoenix ✆✆623-587-7646 Contemporary and upscale shopping

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Science Center and Chase Field.

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Rec & Stuff

Fun for Everyone Sea Life

Scenic Trail

A great workout and plenty of desert views are what you’ll get with a hike along the Pinnacle Peak Trail. The three-and-ahalf-mile hike features plenty of boulders, cacti and scenery. 26802 N. 102nd Way, Scottsdale 480-312-0990

Bike the Banks

This time of year is perfect for being active outdoors. So get out and explore some of the Valley’s canal banks, which are great for running, walking or cycling.You can even plan your journey by mapping out canal distances online with SRP’s interactive calculator. distances.aspx


Top-notch public courts serve a swinging tennis scene.

Surprise Racquet and Tennis Complex 14669 W. Paradise Ln., Surprise 623-222-2400 •

Chandler Tennis Center 2250 S. McQueen Rd., Chandler 480-782-2650

Scottsdale Ranch Park & Tennis Center 10400 E.Via Linda, Scottsdale 480-312-7774 20

Whether you’ve got

an adrenaline-packed date night or family fun outing on the mind, the Valley has plenty of recreational venues to keep you entertained. Satisfy your need for speed at F1 Race Factory, where you can race your friends and family inside Arizona’s largest indoor kart-racing facility. There’s even a 21-foot rock-climbing wall and arcade games to keep you entertained before or after the race. Adrenaline junkies will love Castles N’ Coasters, an amusement park packed with roller coasters, water slides and other thrill rides. The recently opened Sea Life aquarium at Arizona Mills mall lets you get up close and personal with rare and rescued sea creatures like sharks, seahorses and octopi. Strut your stuff with a dance class at Fred Astaire and practice your putt at Golfland Sunsplash, which has three 18-hole miniature-golf courses, video arcades and laser tag. This season is a fun one for sports junkies, too, who won’t want to miss out on football action from the Arizona Cardinals. ACADEMY OF CLASSICAL BALLET



21501 N. 78th Ave., Peoria ✆✆623-572-7222

19420 N. 59th Ave., Glendale ✆✆623-847-4090

41402 N. 87th Ave., Peoria ✆✆602-372-7470

Ballet and dance classes.

Fitness fun.

Desert adventures.

 AZ Air Time


13802 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale ✆✆480-427-2000

10710 W. Camelback Rd., Glendale ✆✆623-877-8585

25,000-sq-ft indoor trampoline park.

Baseball and events.

 Encanto Park 2605 N. 15th Ave., Phoenix ✆✆602-261-8991 Shaded greens, fields and lagoon.

F-1 Race Factory AZ on the Rocks


16447 N. 91st St., Scottsdale ✆✆480-502-9777

9445 Metro Pkwy., Phoenix 602-997-7575

Indoor climbing fun.

Thrill rides and games.

AZ Wine Tours

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401 E. Jefferson St., Phoenix ✆✆602-514-8400

Experience Arizona’s best wineries.

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317 S. 48th St., Phoenix ✆✆602-302-7223 Indoor kart racing, billiards, arcade.

 FOOTHILLS RECREATION AQUATICS CENTER 5600 W. Union Hills Dr., Glendale ✆✆623-930-4600 Water and sports activities.

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Explore these recreational hot spots

Fun at the Fair Sweet treats, thrill rides, entertainment and plenty of family fun are just some of what you’ll find at this year’s Arizona State Fair. This year’s concert lineup includes performances from Trace Adkins, Billy Idol, Snoop Dogg and Bret Michaels, to name a few. Don’t miss out on special exhibits like “Our Body: The Universe Within,” an educational experience for all ages about the human body.

 FOOTHILLS SK8 COURT PLAZA 57th Ave. Union Hills Dr., Glendale ✆✆623-930-2820 Clean and drug-free skate park.

 GLENDALE PARKS Multiple locations, Glendale ✆✆623-930-2822 City parks.

Golfland Sunsplash 155 W. Hampton Ave., Mesa ✆✆480-834-8319 Putt-putt golf and water slides.

 GOODYEAR SKATE PARK 3151 N. Litchfield Rd., Goodyear ✆✆623-882-7525 Skateboard and in-line skate park.


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8402 W. Thunderbird Rd., Peoria ✆✆602-971-4044 Swim school and camps.

Ice Den 9375 E. Bell Rd., Scottsdale ✆✆480-585-7465 Ice skating and hockey leagues.

Jump Street 455 E. Warner Rd., Chandler ✆✆480-270-8008

5665 W. Bell, Glendale

✆✆602-889-0081 Trampoline athletic fun.

 K1 Speed Indoor Go Kart Racing 2425 S. 21st St., Phoenix ✆✆602-275-5278 Indoor go-kart racing.

Lincoln Family YMCA 350 N. 1st Ave., Phoenix ✆✆602-257-5138 Family fun and fitness.

M  argaret T. Hance Park 67 W. Culver St., Phoenix ✆✆602-534-2406 Park and Japanese gardens.

 OASIS GYMNASTICS SPORTS CENTER 8643 W. Kelton Ln., Peoria ✆✆623-977-6399 Rec and fitness for kids.

PEORIA RECREATION Multiple locations ✆✆623-773-7137 Family sports and recreation.

 PEORIA SPORTS COMPLEX 16101 N. 83rd Ave., Peoria ✆✆623-773-8700 Stadium and practice fields.

Arizona State Fairgrounds Oct. 14 – Nov. 6 1826 W. McDowell Rd., Phoenix 602-252-6771

 STEELE INDIAN SCHool Park 300 E. Indian School Rd. ✆✆602-495-0739 Amphitheater, dog park and gardens.

 PHOENIX INTERNATIONAL RACEWAY 7602 S. 115th Ave., Avondale ✆✆602-252-2227 Race track and attraction.

 SURPRISE AQUATIC CENTER 12425 W. Bell Rd., Surprise ✆✆623-222-2000 Pool and recreation.

 PHOENIX Zoo 455 N. Galvin Pkwy., Phoenix ✆✆602-273-1341 Wildlife includes endangered species.

TURF SOARING SCHOOL 8700 W. Carefree Hwy., Peoria ✆✆602-439-3621 Soaring flight adventures.

 POLAR ICE 15829 N. 83rd Ave., Peoria ✆✆623-334-1200 Ice skating and activities.

 us airways center 201 E. Jefferson St. ✆✆602-379-2000 Suns, Mercury and Rattlers arena.

PUMP IT UP 8550 N. 91st Ave., Peoria ✆✆623-872-0748 Indoor inflatable fun.

ROLLERPLEX 16083 N. 75th Ave., Peoria ✆✆623-334-8118 Roller skating and entertainment.

 SPOTLIGHT YOUTH THEATRE 10620 N. 43rd Ave., Glendale ✆✆623-242-2611

Westworld Paintball Adventures 4240 W. Camelback Rd., Phoenix ✆✆602-447-8200 Extreme paintball indoor and out.

 WILDLIFE WORLD ZOO AQUARIUM 16501 W. Northern Ave., Litchfield Park ✆✆623-935-5692 Zoo and aquarium.

Children’s theater.



Great Daytime Clubbing TPC Scottsdale


This October, McDowell Mountain Golf Club, formerly known as Sanctuary Golf Club at WestWorld, is unveiling its $1 million renovation to the public. The freshened-up 18-hole par 71 course now offers more than 7,000 yards of playing greens. 10690 E. Sheena Dr., Scottsdale 480-502-8200

Shop Golf

Pick up some golf clubs and apparel and even take lessons at one of these Valley shops.

Van’s Golf Shops Golf clubs, apparel, training aides and more. Locations throughout the Valley

In Celebration of Golf Framed golf art, collectibles and prints. Check website for managed courses. 7001 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale 480-951-4444

PGA Pro Shops Apparel, accessories and golf lessons. 8740 E. Shea Blvd., Scottsdale 480-214-4350


Golf in the Valley

can be enjoyed year-round, which is why we’re home to so many award-winning courses. In fact, many of the Valley’s courses are frequently visited by the pros themselves. Challenge yourself at Troon North Golf Club, which was named the No. 1 course in the Valley by Golf Magazine. The two 18-hole courses afford picturesque vistas of Pinnacle Peak and were recently redesigned by Tom Weiskopf. TPC Scottsdale is home to the annual Waste Management Phoenix Open, which welcomes the PGA tour each February. Jay Morrish and Tom Weiskopf designed the two championship courses, which are open to the public for play. Enjoy scenic views of the McDowell Mountains, rolling greens and water hazards on the two courses at Grayhawk Golf Club. The club also has a golf school that offers private lessons and even three-day workshops.  ARIZONA BILTMORE GOLF CLUB 2400 E. Missouri St., Phoenix ✆✆602-955-9656 Adobe (18) and Links (18) courses.

Arizona Golf Resort 425 S. Power Rd., Mesa ✆✆480-832-3202

Foothills Golf Club 2201 E. Clubhouse Dr., Phoenix ✆✆480-460-4653 Foothills (18) course.

100 N. Clubhouse Dr., Avondale ✆✆623-932-9000 One 18-hole course

 DESERT CANYON GOLF CLUB 10440 N. Indian Wells Dr., Scottsdale ✆✆480-837-1173 One 18-hole course.

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4242 N. Golf Dr., Buckeye ✆✆623-388-3000 One 18-hole course

 GRAYHAWK GOLF CLUB 8620 E. Thompson Peak Pkwy., Scottsdale ✆✆480-502-1800 Raptor (18) and Talon (18) courses.

One 18-hole course.

Coldwater Arizona Golf Club

Raven Golf Club at Verrado

 Rolling Hills Golf Course 1415 N. Mill Ave., Tempe ✆✆480-350-5275 One 18-hole course.

Las Sendas Golf Course 7555 E. Eagle Crest Dr., Mesa ✆✆480-396-4000 One 18-hole course.

The Legend at Arrowhead 21027 N. 67th Ave., Glendale ✆✆623-561-0953 One 18-hole course.

LEGEND TRAIL GOLF CLUB 9462 E. Legendary Ln., Scottsdale ✆✆480-488-7434 One 18-hole course.

 Scottsdale Silverado Golf Club 7605 E. Indian Bend Rd., Scottsdale ✆✆480-778-0100 One 18-hole course

 Superstition Springs

Golf Club 6452 E. Baseline Rd., Mesa ✆✆480-985-5622 One 18-hole course

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Be Entertained Events for everyone this season

Looking for something to do? Check out these great events coming to your favorite venue. ‘The Sparrow’ Continuing through Oct. 8 One student survives an accident in her elementary school class. Stray Cat Theatre ✆✆480-820-8022

In Plane View — Abstractions of Flight Continuing through Nov. 28 Photographs of Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum aircraft. Challenger Space Center ✆✆623-322-2001

‘Death of a Salesman’ Continuing through Oct. 23 The American Dream unravels on stage in this classic play. Scottsdale Desert Stages Theatre ✆✆480-483-1644

‘The Power of Music’ Continuing through Nov. 27 19th- and 20th-century photographs of musical transformation. Musical Instrument Museum ✆✆480-478-6000

Navajo Textiles: 100+ Years of Weaving Continuing through Dec. 11 See woven Navajo textiles from the late 19th century to present. Heard Museum ✆✆602-252-8848

Scottsdale ArtWalk Ongoing, Thursdays Stroll Downtown Scottsdale’s art galleries from 7:00p to 9:00p. Scottsdale Arts District ✆✆480-990-3939

El Pedregal Fall Wine Jazz Concert

Ongoing Check out the classic cars on display. The Pavilions at Talking Stick ✆✆480-367-9500

Oct. 2 – 30 Enjoy this free outdoor jazz concert series. El Pedregal ✆✆480-488-1072

Big Bug Movie Nights: ‘Ants’


Oct. 1 Watch a bug-themed movie in celebration of the “Big Bugs” exhibit. Desert Botanical Garden ✆✆480-481-8188

Oct. 5 See the band perform its “If Not Now, When?” album live. Comerica Theatre ✆✆602-379-2800

Artlink First Fridays Herberger Festival of the Arts Oct. 1 Local arts performances on three stages. Herberger Theater Center ✆✆602-254-7399

Scottsdale International Film Festival Oct.1 – 4 Annual event screens 35 international films. Harkins Shea 14 ✆✆602-410-1074

Dine Out With the Chefs Oct. 2 Taste culinary creations from Valley chefs. Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts ✆✆480-499-8587

Oct. 7 Nov. 4 Take a self-guided tour of Central Phoenix’s art galleries. 3rd and Sheridan Streets ✆✆602-256-7539

David Koechner Oct. 7 – 9 The comedian from “The Office” and “Anchorman” visits the Valley. The Comedy Spot Comedy Club ✆✆480-945-4422

Barktoberfest 2011 Oct. 8 Bring your pooch to this pet park party. Gilbert North Civic Center Campus ✆✆480-497-8296

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Incubus Oct. 5

The Scottsdale Pavilions Car Show

Taco Mania Come hungry to sample tacos from more than 40 restaurants at the Arizona Taco Festival on Oct. 15. Now in its second year, the fest lets chefs battle out who can create the tastiest taco; there are also categories for best salsa and guacamole. Watch some Lucha Libre wrestling, the hot-chilepepper-eating contest and the margarita challenge.

Camelback and Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale 480-272-9400

Railroad Park Railfair



Kokopelli Krush

Oct. 8 – 9 Explore the model train exhibits and ride the carousel. McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park ✆✆480-312-2312

Oct. 14 Listen to songs from the band’s third album. Comerica Theatre ✆✆602-379-2800

Oct. 20 – 23 Ballet Arizona debuts new choreography of the beloved fairytale. Phoenix Symphony Hall ✆✆602-381-1096

Oct. 21 – 23 Grape-stomping competitions and wine tastings. Kokopelli Winery and Bistro ✆✆480-792-6927

Lindsey Buckingham

Arizona Exposition State Fair

Oct. 12 The Fleetwood Mac guitarist performs live. Celebrity Theatre ✆✆602-267-1600 Photos: Top — Arizona Taco Festival bottom left — Herberger Theater Center; bottom Right — Livenation

Scottsdale Waterfront

Oct. 14 – Nov. 6 Enjoy entertainment and thrill rides. Arizona State Fairgrounds ✆✆602-252-6771

‘Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of the Suicide Club’

Taste. Chandler’s Culinary Festival

Oct. 13 – 30 Watch Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson embark on an adventure. Herberger Theater Center ✆✆602-256-6995

Oct. 15 Sample eats, beer and wine from more than 30 Valley restaurants. Dr. A.J. Chandler Park ✆✆480-782-2727

Taste of the Town The Great Pumpkin Festival Oct. 20 – 23 Hayrides, carnival games and entertainment. Desert Botanical Garden ✆✆480-941-1225

Oct. 21 Thrill to food, wine and entertainment at the mall’s culinary event. Scottsdale Quarter ✆✆480-496-4530

Foo Fighters with Cage the Elephant Oct. 16 The band performs after achieving its first No. 1 album in the U.S. US Airways Center ✆✆800-745-3000

Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of the Suicide Club’ Oct. 13 – 30

Taylor Swift Oct. 21 – 22 *Events subject to change.


Battle of the Barbs Frayed nerves trump political correctness in God of Carnage, a Tony Award-winning comedy about parents who plan a civilized coffee-chat about their children’s pugnacious behavior at their neighborhood park. Arizona Theater Company gives this “sticks and stones may break my bones …” rebuttal a memorable performance, Nov. 12 – Dec. 4, as the adults whose mature demeanor slips and slides

222 E. Monroe St., Phoenix 602-256-6995

Oct. 21 – 22 The artist brings her “Speak Now” concert tour to the Valley. Arena ✆✆623-772-3200

Phoenix Food Truck Festival Oct. 22 Sample food at more than 30 food trucks. A.R.T.S. Project #1 ✆✆800-838-3006

Arizona Humanities Festival

‘Next Fall’

Oct. 22 Family activities, film screenings and musical performances. Civic Space Park ✆✆602-257-0335

Oct. 28 – Nov. 13 A gay couple’s faith is tested when one has an accident. Herberger Theater Center ✆✆602-252-8497

Celebration of Mesa Arts and Culture Festival

Blue Man Group

Oct. 22 Handmade arts and crafts by local artists. Downtown Mesa ✆✆480-644-6500

Nov. 1 – 6 Music, comedy, eye-popping theatrics. ASU Gammage ✆✆480-965-3434

Blue Man Group Nov. 1 – 6

La Gran Fiesta: A Celebration of Latin Hispanic Culture Nov. 5 – 6 Celebrate Latin culture with food, music and dance. Scottsdale Civic Center Park ✆✆480-994-8587

Chiles Chocolate Nov. 11 – 13 Sample gourmet chocolate, zesty salsas and Southwestern food. Desert Botanical Garden ✆✆480-481-8188

‘Faust’ Nov. 11 – 13 See the story re-imagined in modern times. Phoenix Symphony Hall ✆✆602-266-7464

Melissa Etheridge Nov. 11 Watch the singer and guitarist perform live. Wild Horse Pass Hotel Casino ✆✆877-840-0457

Arizona Antique Market Nov. 18 – 20 Hunt for hidden treasures at this antiques show. Home and Garden Expo Center ✆✆602-717-7337

Arizona Balloon Classic Nov. 18 – 20 A weekend celebration with more than 50 hot-air balloons. Wild Horse Pass Hotel Casino ✆✆520-796-7777

Festival at the Farm Nov. 18 – 19 Sample wines from more than 20 Arizona wineries. The Farm at South Mountain ✆✆623-236-2338

UA vs. ASU Nov. 19 Don’t miss the state’s rival universities battle it out. Sun Devil Stadium ✆✆480-727-0000

Fantasy of Lights Opening Night Parade Nov. 26 Tree-lighting ceremony, parade and sparkling lights. Route through Downtown Tempe ✆✆480-355-6060

Glendale Glitters Spectacular Weekend Nov. 25 – 26 Don’t miss the Valley’s largest holiday light display. Downtown Glendale Murphy Park ✆✆623-930-2299 *Events subject to change.


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Taylor Swift

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Meet Award-Winning Artists Working in Studios! Visit the Café & Stroll the 2-Acre Sculpture Garden! Enjoy Musical entertainment, Wine Tastings, Garden Parties & More! Jan 19-Apr 1 • Scottsdale •

Carefree Fine Art & Wine Festivals

Waterfront Fine Art & Wine Festival

Talking Stick Fine Art & Wine Festival

Fountain Hills Fine Art & Wine Affaire

Nov 4-6, Jan 13-15 & Mar 2-4 101 Easy Street, Carefree

2011/2012 ARIZONA 3-DAY FESTIVALS Held Outdoors • 10am-5pm

Nov 25-27 • 7555 N Pima Rd, Scottsdale

Feb 17-19 7135 E Camelback Rd, Scottsdale

Talking Stick Fine Art, Wine & Chocolate Festival

Mar 23-25 16810 Ave of the Fountains, Fountain Hills

Feb 10-12 • 7555 N Pima Rd, Scottsdale Admission to Festivals $3; Talking Stick $5 10-week Expo Season Pass $8; $7 for Military & Seniors • 480-837-5637


Culinary Favorites

Don’t miss these foodie faves La Grande Orange Pizzeria

Asian Influence

Hip crowds love the contemporary space and Old World Chinese cuisine at Jimmy Woo’s Chinese Food Restaurant in Old Town Scottsdale. The patio bar is also a popular perch for happy hour dining and people watching. 4233 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale 480-945-4669 •

Game Night Eats

Whether you’re headed downtown for a concert or looking for food and drinks before or after a game, Alice Cooper’stown hits the spot. The sports bar, owned by famed rocker Alice Cooper, serves up bar bite favorites like sliders, wings, hot dogs and more. 101 E. Jackson St., Phoenix 602-253-7337

Smooth and Creamy

With months of sunshine in the Valley, it’s no wonder yogurt shops abound.

Yogurtland 555 N. Scottsdale Rd., Tempe 480-966-2141 •

Udder Delights 1385 E. Warner Rd., Gilbert 480-507-3859

Yumberi Yogurt 12845 N. Tatum Blvd., Phoenix 602-992-0070 •

This time of year, the high heat finally gives way to easy, breezy weather and visitors flock to the Valley for the season. But whether you’re new in town, returning for winter or have long lived in the Valley, there are a few dining spots that cannot be missed. Try the light, wood-fired pizzas at La Grande Orange Pizzeria, an Arcadia neighborhood fave with an adjoining grocery that serves breakfast and sandwiches through the afternoon. Mastro’s City Hall Steakhouse is known for its big-city ambience, upscale dining and thick, juicy steaks. Order the warm butter cake for dessert, which is truly scintillating. Trendsetters love the modern vibe at Stingray Sushi and noshing on their signature rolls and specialty cocktails before a night out on the town. Recently revamped NoRTH continues to impress with modern Italian dishes served in a casual, contemporary setting at Kierland Commons. Be prepared to wait at Matt’s Big Breakfast, a cozy diner-like space that serves fresh, organic entrées that will not disappoint. And when it comes to weekend brunch, snag a seat at Zinc Bistro’s charming indoor garden for some mimosas and classic French fare. Aiello’s Fine Italian Dining 5202 N. Central Ave., Phoenix ✆✆602-277-8700

A lot more than pizza.

Northern Italian in an elegant vibe.

 America’s Taco Shop 2041 N. 7th St., Phoenix 602-682-5627  447 N. 7th Ave., 4 Phoenix ✆✆602-515-0856  35 E. University Dr., 7 Tempe ✆✆480-751-6250 Tacos insire a cult following.

 ARCADIA FARMS 7014 E. 1st Ave., Scottsdale ✆✆480-941-5665 Fresh, memorable, artful cuisine.


 ARIZONA PIZZA CO. 8110 W. Union Hills Dr., Glendale ✆✆623-566-8123

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BInkley’s Restaurant 6920 E. Cave Creek Rd., Cave Creek ✆✆480-437-1072 Innovative and way upscale.



416 N. 7th Ave., Phoenix ✆✆602-253-5864

901 N. 4th St., Phoenix ✆✆602-795-1792

Mexican deli and bakery.

Serving American comfort classics.

Beckett’s Table 3717 E. Indian School Rd., Phoenix ✆✆602-954-1700

 BLUEWATER GRILL 1720 E. Camelback Rd., Phoenix ✆✆602-277-3474 High-quality fresh seafood.

Focus on seasonal and local.

 Caffe Boa 398 S. Mill Ave., Tempe ✆✆480-968-9112 Seasonally inspired organic cuisine.

Photo: La Grande Orange Pizzeria


Dine for a Cause Spend an evening under the stars while supporting the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale at this month’s Uncorked & Unplugged event at Desert Ridge Marketplace. The annual culinary event features live entertainment, wine tastings and plenty of food to sample from some

Uncorked & Unplugged

of the Valley’s best restaurants. Among the restaurant sponsors are Brio Tuscan Grille, Roy’s Hawaiian Fusion and Orange Skye.

 CAPITAL GRILLE 16489 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale ✆✆480-348-1700  502 E. Camelback Rd., 2 Phoenix ✆✆602-952-8900 Spectacular steaks and seafood.


SONORAN RANCH HOUSE 6710 E. Cave Creek Rd., Cave Creek ✆✆480-488-8031 Exceptional culinary experience.

 Chelsea’s Kitchen 5040 N. 40th St., Phoenix ✆✆602-957-2555 Wine country atmosphere in Arizona.

 CHEUVRONT 1326 N. Central Ave., Phoenix ✆✆602-307-0022 Classy wine and cheese bar.

Photo: Uncorked & Unplugged

 CIBO 603 N. 5th Ave., Phoenix ✆✆602-441-2697 Pizzeria in a restored 1913 bungalow.

 COACH WILLIE’S 412 S. 3rd St., Phoenix ✆✆602-254-5272 Pre-game food and drinks.

Cork 4991 S. Alma School Rd., Chandler ✆✆480-883-3773 Contemporary American cuisine

 COUP DES TARTES 4626 N. 16th St., Phoenix ✆✆602-254-5272 BYOB neighborhood bistro.


 DILLON’S RESTAURANT 8706 W. Thunderbird Rd., Peoria ✆✆623-979-5353 20585 N. 59th Ave., Glendale ✆✆623-566-8100 19900 N. Remington Dr., Surprise ✆✆623-584-8494 BBQ and American cuisine.


7133 E. Stetson Dr., Scottsdale ✆✆480-946-3111

1651 E. Camelback Rd., Phoenix ✆✆602-274-5429

Western global-eccentric foods.


Crackers Co. Café


1325 N Greenfield Rd., Mesa ✆✆602-254-1074 “From scratch” for breakfast and lunch.

 CULINARY DROPOUT 7135 E. Camelback Rd., Scottsdale ✆✆480-970-1700 Gastropub-style eatery.

 Cyclo 1919 W. Chandler Blvd., Chandler ✆✆480-963-4490 A foodie fave for Vietnamese cuisine.

 DELUX 3146 E. Camelback Rd., Phoenix ✆✆602-522-2288 Amazing burgers and atmosphere.

3111 N. Central Ave., Phoenix 1 N. Central Ave., Phoenix Specialty foods and retail.

Durant’s 2611 N Central Ave., Phoenix ✆✆602-264-5967 Classic steakhouse dining.

EDDIE’S HOUSE 7042 E. Indian School Rd., Scottsdale ✆✆480-946-1622 Comfortable, yet eccentric flavors.

 El Chorro 5550 E. Lincoln Dr., Paradise Valley ✆✆480-948-5170 Continental cuisine in an iconic setting.

October 23 6:00p – 9:00p Desert Ridge Marketplace 480-860-5520

 FEZ 3815 N. Central Ave., Phoenix ✆✆602-297-8700 Lunch, dinner, late night.

 FIREBIRDS WOOD FIRED GRILL 16067 N. Arrowhead Ftn. Ctr. Dr., Peoria ✆✆623-773-0500 Wood-fired grill.

FNB 7133 E. Stetson Dr., Scottsdale ✆✆480-425-9463 Sophisticated and seasonal cuisine.

 FOGO DE CHAO 6300 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale ✆✆480-609-8866 Authentic Brazilian steakhouse.

 FRANK ALBERT’S 2400 E. Missouri Ave., Phoenix ✆✆602-381-7632 Contemporary comfortable classics.

 GALLO BLANCO CAFÉ 401 W. Clarendon Ave., Phoenix ✆✆602-274-4774 Southwestern dining at its best.



BBQ Heaven Barbecue fans will love the meats at Honey Bear’s BBQ restaurants, which have been serving the Valley for more than 23 years. Delectable baby back ribs, wings and other meats are bathed in its signature secret Tennessee barbecue flavors and sauces. The savory sauces are a family trade secret that’s been passed down through several generations, and is such a hit it’s been bottled and can now be found at Sunflower Supermarkets.

Honey Bear’s BBQ 5012 E.Van Buren St., Phoenix 2824 N. Central Ave., Phoenix 7670 S. Priest Dr.,Tempe 602-702-3060

Giuseppe’s on 28th 2824 E. Indian School Rd., Phoenix ✆✆602-381-1237

Downtown Dining Head to Downtown Phoenix for dinner, drinks and an evening of entertainment

Pizzas, salads, antipasto and authentic Italian cuisine made from locally sourced organic ingredients are what you’ll find at this urban eatery. The restored 1913 bungalow that houses the restaurant makes for an intimate and charming setting in the heart of Downtown Phoenix. Try one of the much-talked-about gourmet pizzas, white and red, and all hand-tosssed. 603 N. 5th Ave., Phoenix 602-441-2697

Downtown Phoenix Public Market

24 N. 2nd St., Phoenix 602-253-0118 •


For fresh, locally sourced fare, head to Downtown Phoenix Public Market, where you can pick up meat, produce and other food items in an open-air setting on Wednesdays and Saturdays. For grub to go, the Urban Grocery & Wine Bar is open Tuesday through Saturday and has ready-made sandwiches and breakfast foods as well as grocery items.

This hip eatery was formerly a threestory department store dating back to the 1940s. The restoration kept some of the original fixtures, including the elevator shaft, which now has a glass bottom that guests can look through. Of course, the menu is equally interesting, featuring contemporary American classics and a martini bar that’s deadly.

14 E. Pierce / 721 N. Central 602-254-1799

40 N. 1st St., Phoenix 602-252-2285 •

Majerle’s Sports Grill On game night, look no further than Majerle’s Sports Grill. The former Phoenix Suns player and now assistant coach, Dan Majerle, now has four namesake restaurants throughout the Valley where you can catch a game, a brew and some food, too. The laid-back, casual vibe of the sports bars makes each an ideal spot to meet up with the crew and enjoy bar bites before or after a game.

Portland’s Restaurant & Wine Bar

Pizzeria Bianco Think only major cities know how to make a great pizza? Think again. Pizzeria Bianco has been voted the nation’s best pizza, over and over again. In fact, wait times often exceed four hours for a taste of the freshly baked wood-fired pizza. Takeout and sameday reservations are not available, so plan ahead to get your piece of the pie. 623 E. Adams St., Phoenix 602-258-8300 •

 Grateful Spoon Gelato 4410 N. 40th St., Phoenix ✆✆602-955-2448 Hand-crafted, artisan flavors.



14870 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale ✆✆480-991-2997 Authentic Mexican cuisine.

Habit Burger 1817 E Guadalupe Rd, Tempe ✆✆480-456-8912 It’s all about the charbroiler.

Portland’s Restaurant & Wine Bar With easy light rail access, an extensive wine list and crisp, parmesan garlic fries that have guests talking, it’s easy to see why Phoenicians love this contemporary American restaurant, now celebrating its 10th anniversary. Try a classic American burger with a glass of wine and call ahead to check the schedule for live music performances. 105 W. Portland St., Phoenix 602-795-7480 •

 HAUS MURPHY’S 5739 W. Glendale Ave., Glendale ✆✆623-939-2480 Old-World German.

 HERB BOX 20707 N. Pima Rd., Scottsdale ✆✆480-289-6180 6990 E. Shea Blvd., Scottsdale ✆✆480-998-8355 Farm-fresh salads and sandwiches.


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Photos: Top — Honey Bear’s BBQ |Bottom —Portland’s Restaurant & Wine Bar


Fresh Italian in a cozy restaurant.

Cult Fave America’s Taco Shop has quite the cult following — and once you’ve been, it’s easy to see why! Its tasty tacos are made fresh on site daily and are full of juicy flavor. You can grab a quick bite and a beer, too, but expect a line if you’re planning a visit around lunchtime. Try the carne asada or an El Pastor taco; the latter is basted in fresh pineapple all day.

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2041 N. 7th St., Phoenix 602-682-5627 4447 N. 7th Ave., Phoenix 602-515-0856 735 E. University Dr.,Tempe 480-751-6250


4740 E. Warner Rd., Phoenix ✆✆602-705-7768

3433 N. 56th St., Phoenix ✆✆480-994-5656

6751 N. Sunset Blvd., Glendale ✆✆623-772-0011

16554 N. 83rd Ave., Peoria ✆✆623-773-2424

Community café and market.

Neighborhood comfort zone.

Caribbean at its sports-bar best.

Spirits, sandwiches, sliders.



2650 E. Camelback Rd., Phoenix ✆✆602-957-9700

5803 W. Glendale Ave., Glendale ✆✆623-847-3301

Elegantly classic American.

Pizza the way it should be.

 MASTRO’S CITY HALL 6991 E. Camelback Rd., Scottsdale ✆✆480-941-4700 Prime steaks and fresh seafood.

House of Tricks 114 E. 7th St.,
Tempe ✆✆480-968-1114 One of the Valley’s best patios.

 The Landmark Restaurant 809 W. Main St., Mesa ✆✆480-962-4652 Hearty fare and a salad room.

HULA’S MODERN TIKI 4700 N. Central Ave., Phoenix ✆✆602-265-8454 Island fusion dishes and drinks.

 Liberty Market 230 N. Gilbert Rd., Gilbert ✆✆480-892-1900 Heritage spot for all meals.

 Islamorada Fish Company 1133 N. Dobson Rd., Mesa ✆✆602-606-5500 Calamari, shrimp…and buffalo burgers!


Extensive Italian menu.



Uptown vibe. Uptown cuisine.

 Joe’s Farm Grill

 Marcellino’s Scottsdale 7114 E. Stetson Dr., Scottsdale ✆✆480-990-9500 200-plus house-made pasta specialties.

Ninfa’s Mexican kitchen

8852 E. Pinnacle Peak Rd., Scottsdale ✆✆480-585-9500

20004 N. 67th Ave., Glendale ✆✆623-561-9800

Original famed steaks and seafood.

Upscale Mexican dining.

Traditional Mexican favorites.

Contemporary American cuisine.

Classic American bites done right.

Outstanding seafood and steaks.

Seasonal farm-to-table menu.

4750 N. Central Ave., Phoenix ✆✆602-274-2828

23417 N. Pima Rd., Scottsdale ✆✆480-515-0096 10810 N. Tatum Blvd., Paradise Valley ✆✆602-953-1110

125 E. Adams St., Phoenix ✆✆602-254-7563

6186 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale ✆✆480-991-2504

3000 E. Ray Rd., Gilbert ✆✆480-563-4745


Nick’s 13910 N. Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd., Scottsdale ✆✆480-314-9445

15045 N. Kierland Blvd., Scottsdale ✆✆480-443-8555

300 E. Wigwam Blvd., Litchfield Park ✆✆623-935-3811

 J. ALEXANDER’S Photo: America’s Taco Shop

America’s Taco Shop


 Mellow Mushroom 740 S. Mill Ave., Tempe ✆✆480-9674355 2490 W. Happy Valley Rd., Phoenix ✆✆623-580-1111 Not your basic pizza joint.

Noca 3118 E. Camelback Rd., Phoenix ✆✆602-956-6622 House-made pastas, fish and meats.

 NObuo at Teeter House 622 E. Adams St., Phoenix ✆✆602-254-0600 Authentic Japanese cuisine.



Japanese Gem Leave your notions of a typical Japanese sushi and teriyaki joint behind, as a visit to Nobuo at Teeter House is a completely new experience. James Beard Award-winning chef Nobuo Fukada offers an outstanding array of dishes for casual diners and foodies alike in a renovated bungalow, circa 1899. Enjoy izakaya, a menu offered during lunch and dinner full of light Japanese snacks perfect for sharing with friends. For true extravagance, try the reservations-only omakase, a chef’s choice menu and multi-course affair.

Nobuo at Teeter House 622 E. Adams St., Phoenix 602-254-0600

OPEN BOOK CAFÉ 1221 N. Central Ave., Phoenix ✆✆602-262-4636

Al Fresco Charmers

Inside Burton Barr Library.

Enjoy the view and outdoor breeze at these Valley restaurants

With floor-to-ceiling windows that afford picturesque views of the Valley, it’s easy to see where A Different Point of View gets its name. This fine dining experience offers more than just dramatic vistas; a sophisticated menu of culinary delights like the ancho seared palo verde pork tenderloin and the five-course chef’s tasting menu leave your taste buds just as tantalized as the eyes. 11111 N. 7th St., Phoenix 602-866-6350 •

Hula’s Modern Tiki Enjoy modern Island cuisine in the fun and casual vibe of this hip Downtown restaurant. Tropical cocktails like Tiki Bastard are restaurant specialties, which you can enjoy on the dog-friendly patio. Stop by on a Maholo Monday, when 10 percent of the restaurant’s profits is donated to a local nonprofit organization. 4700 N. Central Ave., Phoenix 602-265-TIKI 38

4949 E. Elliot Rd., Phoenix ✆✆480-893-3857

Chelsea’s Kitchen You’ll feel right at home with specialties like pan-fried chicken and American food favorites like tacos, burgers, salads and braised short ribs at Chelsea’s Kitchen. But the food isn’t the only aspect of this place’s welcoming vibe; the restaurant is built like an Arizona ranch house and features open views of the kitchen, a huge outdoor patio and a brick fireplace for cool, Arizona nights. 5040 N. 40th St., Phoenix 602-957-2555

Old Town Tortilla Factory Amid Old Town Scottsdale’s arts district you’ll find the 75-year-old adobe home that houses Old Town Tortilla Factory. Southwestern cuisine with a Mexican twist and more than 120 tequila selections round out the menu. But it’s the romantic, dimly lit patio surrounded by trees that charms guests to come back for more. 6910 E. Main St., Scottsdale 480-945-4567

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El Chorro Hidden in the heart of Paradise Valley, the newly revamped El Chorro offers amazing views of Camelback Mountain and tasty treats, too. Dine indoors or outdoors and enjoy the Southwestinspired menu that also includes gluten-free selections. Enjoy an al fresco Sunday brunch and try specialties like the crème brûlée French toast or the signature eggs benedict. 5550 E. Lincoln Dr., Paradise Valley 480-948-5170 •

Sassi At the base of Pinnacle Peak mountain lies Sassi, a AAA Four Diamond Awardwinning restaurant that offers tempting Southern Italian classics in a charming Old World villa. The restaurant’s homey and welcoming vibe makes it a favorite destination for locals and visitors alike looking for the best views of Troon North’s desert landscape. 10455 E. Pinnacle Peak Pkwy., Scottsdale 480-502-9095 •

Recipes handed down from grandmother.

 PETITE MAISON 7216 E. Shoeman Ln., Scottsdale ✆✆480-991-6887 Mouth-watering French.

 Pink Pony Steakhouse 3831 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale ✆✆480-945-6697 Baseball, cocktails, steaks and chops

 PIZZERIA BIANCO 623 E. Adams St., Phoenix ✆✆602-258-8300 Gourmet thin-crust pizzeria.

 POMO PIZZERIA 6166 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale ✆✆480-998-1366 Neopolitan pizza at the Borgata.

 POSTINO CENTRAL 5144 N. Central Ave., Phoenix ✆✆602-274-5144 Great wines and food.

PHOTOS: TOP —Nobuo at Teeter House BOTTOM — Chelsea’s Kitchen

A Different Point of View

Original Burrito Company

Mexican Food Mecca Phoenix is home to many Mexican food restaurants, but a must-stop for visitors and a Valley favorite for locals is Carolina’s Mexican Food. This South Phoenix neighborhood restaurant has been serving Phoenicians since 1968, keeping them coming back for its authentic Mexican fare and famous home-made tortillas. The tortillas are even available for takeout by the dozen. Stop by on a Saturday or Sunday to enjoy the menudo, offered only on the weekends.

 PRADO RESTAURANT 4949 E. Lincoln Dr., Scottsdale ✆✆480-627-3004 Spanish-inspired offerings.

 The Spicery in Our 1895 Home 7141 N. 59th Ave., Glendale ✆✆623-937-6534

 TICOZ RESTO-BAR 5114 N. 7th St., Phoenix ✆✆602-200-0160 Tacos, burgers and cocktails.

Themed rooms and a brick patio.

 Province 333 N. Central Ave., Phoenix ✆✆602-429-3600 South American tastes.

 Rancho de Tia Rosa

8220 N. Hayden Rd., Scottsdale ✆✆480-922-1400

Delectable food at a Mexican hideaway.

5009 E. Washington St., Phoenix ✆✆602-273-7378

Modern American food served all day.

 Scratch Pastries 7620 E. Indian School Rd., Scottsdale ✆✆480-947-0057 Hand-crafted croissants, and meals, too. PHOTO: CAROLINA’S MEXICAN FOOD

 Spotted Donkey Cantina

Southwest-Mexican cuisine at its best.


 Seasons 52 2502 E. Camelback Rd., Phoenix ✆✆602-840-5252


Arizona’s original steakhouse.

 Sunshine Moon Peking Pub 4175 N. Goldwater Blvd, Scottsdale ✆✆480-699-8807 Neighborhood Chinese in an urban setting.

 SUSHI ROKU 7277 E. Camelback Rd., Scottsdale ✆✆480-970-2121 Fine, creative and authentic sushi.

Menu items max out at 475 calories.

 Tasty Thai  Soi 4 Bangkok Eatery 8787 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale ✆✆480-778-1999 Upscale twist on traditional Thai.

1202 E. Mohave St., Phoenix 602-252-1503

 Urban Grocery Wine Bar 14 E. Pierce St., Phoenix ✆✆602-254-1799 Contemporary American bistro cuisine.

 Tien Wong Hot Pot

3129 E. McKellips Rd., Mesa ✆✆480-659-8787

3737 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale ✆✆480-945-3353

Carolina’s Mexican Food

510 W Broadway Rd., Tempe ✆✆480-557-9999 Affordable Thai and Chinese.

2330 N. Alma School Rd., Chandler ✆✆480-802-2525 Chinese culinary tradition.

 TRUE FOOD KITCHEN 2502 E. Camelback Rd., Phoenix ✆✆602-774-3482 1 5191 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale ✆✆480-265-4500

 Viet Kitchen 114 W. Adams St., Phoenix ✆✆602-262-5535  0235 N. Cave Creek Rd., 2 Phoenix ✆✆602-788-5535 Traditional fare with no frills.

 Windsor 5223 N. Central Ave., Phoenix ✆✆602-279-1111 Large patio and high energy bar.

Healthy and natural foods.

 Vogue Bistro  Tryst Café 21050 N Tatum Blvd., Phoenix ✆✆480-585-7978

15411 W Waddell Rd., Surprise ✆✆480-248-2000 Contemporary American bistro cuisine.

Menu emphasizes local and organic.

 ZANG ASIAN BISTRO  THE TURF IRISH PUB 705 N. 1st St., Phoenix ✆✆602-296-5043

6835 N. 58th Dr., Glendale ✆✆623-847-8888 Symphony of unique flavors.

Contemporary Irish experience.

 ZuZu Twisted Italian 9940 W. Happy Valley Pkwy., Peoria 623-537-4000

6850 E. Main St., Scottsdale ✆✆480-248-2000 Contemporary comfort food.

Classic Italian with a twist.


Come In, Get Hooked! 602.795.1792

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Before & After Downtown Events Great Food. Happy Hour Everyday. Air-Cooled, Misted Outdoor Patio. Lunch. Dinner. Late Night. Weekend Brunch.

Lunch • Happy Hour • Dinner

Uptown Vibe. Uptown Cuisine. Open Monday thru Thursday 11a till 11p Friday 11a till Midnight Saturday 9a till Midnight Saturday & Sunday Brunch from 9a Close at 4p Sunday, Kitchen open till 11p on Fri & Sat

• Oyster & Sushi Bars • Fresh Seafood Retail Market • Healthy Kids Menu

Attitude Adjustment daily 3 - 6 pm 4750 North Central Avenue | Phoenix | 602.274.2828 South of Camelback Road in front of the Landmark Condominiums

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English Pub & Grub 4240 N. Central Ave. Phoenix, Az 85012 • (602) 241-0018 Light Rail Stop # 6 Lunch & Dinner Shepherds Pie Fish n Chips Pasties Bangers n Mash

Phoenix’s only authentic English Pub offers up amazing award winning fare daily: Lunch (11am till 2:30) Dinner (2:30 till Late)

Steel tip dart & plastic Pool Tables & games. Weekly events include Texas Hold’em poker Tue, Wed, Sat, Sun. (call for times) Trivia night: Thur. 9pm Karaoke: Mon. 9pm

• 24-Imported Drafts • 62- Bottled Beers & Ciders • Huge Selection Of Single Malt Scotch & Whiskey • Wine & Meade Selections

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2041 N. 7th St (Between McDowell & Thomas) 602.682.5627

Melrose District

4447 N. 7th Ave (SE Corner of 7th Ave & Campbell) 602.515.0856


735 E. University Dr (SW Corner of University & Rural) 480.751.6250

COMING SOON Old Town Scottsdale

You’ve heard the name. You’ve seen the sign. You’ve always been curious. IT’S TIME TO EXPERIENCE

Serving award-winning sandwiches, soups & salads for over 36 years! 1651 E. Camelback Rd. (602) 274-5429

3111 N. Central Ave. (602) 234-3656

1 N. Central Ave. (602) 266-6637



Patio Pleasers Grab a cocktail and enjoy the fall breeze The Living Room

QUICK TIPS Phoenix Fave

Urbanites flock to Downtown Phoenix’s Bliss/ReBAR for comfort classics and a casual scene that’s laid-back chic. Try one of the signature low-calorie concoctions and check the website for daily drink and food specials. 901 N. 4th St., Phoenix 602-795-1792

Blues Beats

The off-the-beaten-path veteran music venue otherwise known as The Rhythm Room is just the spot to get your Blues fix. The intimate space means you’ll have a great view of the performers; get there early to ensure good seating. 1019 E. Indian School Rd., Phoenix 602-265-4842

Whether you’re looking

to dance until dawn, are in search of live music or prefer a quiet, intimate wine lounge, the Valley has plenty to pick from. And this fall’s hottest nightlife spots offer abundant patio space to enjoy a cool cocktail and an Arizona breeze. The Living Room in South Chandler turns into quite the hangout on Friday and Saturday nights; its welcoming vibe, comfortable couches, wine specials and ample patio keep friends who are looking for a cozy hangout coming back for more. Tacos and margaritas reign supreme at Salty Señorita in Old Town Scottsdale, where the patio scene is bustling almost every day of the week. RnR is the perfect perch for people-watching, with two stories of outdoor seating overlooking Scottsdale Road. Grab a drink on game day or try their rockin’ Sunday brunch, featuring bottomless mimosas for just $18. For a more intimate scene, try neighborhood favorite Postino Winecafé. The crisp bruschetta plates and extensive wine list are pure palate pleasers. The Vig and The Vig Uptown cater to the after-work crowd and neighborhood regulars in the mood for casual lounging and saucy cocktails. On cool fall nights, get there early to snag a seat by the outdoor fireplaces. Alice COOPER’STOWN


101 E. Jackson St., Phoenix ✆✆602-253-7337

1140 E. Washington St., Phoenix ✆✆602-252-2273

Rocker Alice Cooper’s sports bar.

Soul food eatery with jazz lounge.

 CRUSH LOUNGE 2502 E. Camelback Rd., Phoenix ✆✆602-522-2344 Urban lounge at Biltmore Fashion Park.



These Cave Creek watering holes offer a little something for everyone.

718 N. Central Ave., Phoenix ✆✆602-258-6122

412 S. 3rd St., Phoenix ✆✆602-254-5272

C4 Martinis and Fine Wine

Gay-friendly martini and patio bar.

Pre-game food and drinks.

6033 E. Cave Creek Rd., Cave Creek 480-488-0603 •

Buffalo Chip Saloon & Steakhouse 6811 E. Cave Creek Rd., Cave Creek 480-488-9118

The Horny Toad 6738 E. Cave Creek Rd., Cave Creek 480-488-9542 • 44



7340 E. Indian Plaza, Scottsdale ✆✆480-970-1112

7011 E. Indian School, Scottsdale ✆✆480-990-3433

Lounge and bar with atmosphere.

Scottsdale’s oldest tavern.


 The Compound Grill

609 E. Adams St., Phoenix ✆✆602-528-3699

7000 E. Mayo Blvd., Phoenix ✆✆480-585-5483

Cozy bar in a historic house.

Live music and entertainment.

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 Devil’s Martini 4175 N. Goldwater Blvd., Scottsdale ✆✆480-947-7171 10825 N. Scottsdale Rd.,  Scottsdale ✆✆480-348-1666 Drink, dance and have fun.

 DIRTY PRETTY ROCKBAR 7443 East 6th Ave., Scottsdale ✆✆480-970-1222 Music, dance and bar.

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Try it All

Tacos and Tequila Expect the unexpected at el hefe Super Macho Taqueria in Old Town Scottsdale, a bar and restaurant with purposely tacky, bright and over-the-top décor. Think crystal-studded skulls, Mexican artwork and a fun, casual atmosphere that’s always busy with patrons. Beer taps are built right into the floral-print booths, and the “chupateria” specialty shot list features a tantalizing selection of more than 100 shots.

Four Peaks

Brewing Company 1340 E. 8th St., Tempe ✆✆480-303-9987 The famed brewing co.

GEORGE DRAGON 4240 N. Central Ave., Phoenix ✆✆602-241-0018 Authentic English pub.

Ghost Lounge 202 N. Central Ave., Phoenix ✆✆602-253-4121 Hotel San Carlos lounge.

HIDDEN HOUSE 607 W. Osborn Rd., Phoenix ✆✆602-266-1763 Working-class tavern with DJ nights.

 jaCKRABBIT SUPPER CLUB 4280 N. Drinkwater Blvd., Scottsdale ✆✆480-429-4494 Live jazz and burlesque shows.

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K  azimierz World Wine Bar 7137 E. Stetson Dr., Scottsdale ✆✆480-946-3004 Great wine and globally inspired food.

Majerle’s Sports Grill 24 N. 2nd St., Phoenix ✆✆602-253-0118  095 W. Chandler Blvd., 3 Chandler ✆✆480-899-7999 Popular sports bar.

 MARTINI RANCH 7295 E. Stetson Dr., Scottsdale ✆✆480-970-0500 The Old Town evening destination.

The Mint 7373 E. Camelback Rd., Scottsdale ✆✆480-947-6468 Party in a refurbished bank.

 MYSt 7340 E. Shoeman Ln., Scottsdale ✆✆480-970-5000 Luxury and style unparalleled.

 PUSSYCAT LOUNGE 4426 N. Saddlebag Trail, Scottsdale ✆✆480-481-3100 Lounge, bar and DJ.

 REBAR 901 N. 4th St., Phoenix ✆✆602-795-1792 Rustic contemporary bar.


el hefe 4425 N. Saddlebag Rd., Scottsdale 480-945-6200


2448 W. Grand Ave., Phoenix ✆✆602-252-2770

1514 N. 7th Ave., Phoenix ✆✆602-254-1646

Live music nightly.

Sublime cocktails.

R  evolver Lounge 7316 E. Stetson Dr., Scottsdale ✆✆480-946-2005 Sultry atmosphere and dance club.

Sleepy Dog

Saloon Brewery 1920 E. University Dr., Tempe ✆✆480-967-5476 Brew pub for the beer lover.


1019 E. Indian School Rd., Phoenix ✆✆602-265-4842

7575 E. Princess Dr., Scottsdale ✆✆480-419-3190

Blues bar with live touring acts.

Indoor / outdoor lounge.

THE ROOSEVELT 816 N. 3rd St., Phoenix ✆✆602-254-2561 Intimate wine and beer bar.

 ROSE and CROWN 628 E. Adams St., Phoenix ✆✆602-256-0223 British-style pub.

SANDBAR 10050 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale ✆✆480-998-8845 Sand, cervezas and Mexican food.

SUEDE EURO-ASIAN RESTAURANT LOUNGE 7333 E. Indian Plaza, Scottsdale ✆✆480-970-6969 Where East meets West.

SUNUP BREWING CO. 322 E. Camelback Rd., Phoenix ✆✆602-279-8909 Hand-crafted brewery and restaurant.

 TURF ACCOUNTANT 705 N. 1st St., Phoenix ✆✆602-296-5043 Irish pub and restaurant.

SEAMUS MCCAFFREY’S 18 W. Monroe St., Phoenix ✆✆602-253-6081 Original Irish pub.



Make You Are Here your guide to everything Valleywide.

A Different Point of View 38 Academy of Classical Ballet 20 Actors Theatre 6 After Hours Gallery 6, 12 Aiello’s 34 Alice Cooper’stown 34, 44 America’s Taco Shop 34, 37, 43 Amsterdam 44 Anastasia’s Boutiques 14 Antigua Sportswear 14 Apple Tree,The 14 Apricot Lane 14 Arcadia Farms 34 Arizona Biltmore Golf Club 22 Arizona Broadway Theatre 6 Arizona Center 14, 16, 27 Arizona Golf Resort 22 Arizona Jewish Theatre 6, 13 Arizona Latino Arts & Cultural Center 6 Arizona Opera 6 Arizona Pizza Co. 34 Arizona Science Center 6, 48 Arizona State Fairgrounds 21 Arrowhead Towne Center 16 ArtFest of Fifth Avenue 47 ASU Art Museum 6 Axis Radius 44 AZ Air Time 20 AZ on the Rocks 20 AZ Wine Tours 17, 20 Azteca Bakeries & Mexican Deli 34, 41 Babette 14 Baby Kountry 14 Bar Bianco 44 Barneys New York 14 Beckett’s Table 34 Bentley Gallery 6 Betsey Johnson 14 Biltmore Fashion Park 5, 16 Biltmore Galleries 6 Binkley’s Restaurant 34 Bliss 34, 40, 44 Bluewater Grill 34, 40 Bobby C’s 44 Bonner David Galleries 6 Bounty Hunter 14 Brio Tuscan Grille 5 Buffalo Chip Saloon & Steakhouse 44 Burton Barr Library 6 Busy Bodies Planned Play 20 C4 Martinis and Fine Wine 44 Caffe Boa 34 CALA Alliance 32 Calvin Charles Gallery 7 Camelback Ranch 20 Capital Grille 35 Carolina’s Mexican Food 39 Carter’s Men’s Clothing 14 Cartwright’s Sonoran Ranch House 35 Castles N’ Coasters 20 Challenger Space Center 7 Chandler Fashion Center 16 Chandler Tennis Center 20 Chase Field 20 Cheesecake Factory 5 Chelsea’s Kitchen 35, 38 Cheuvront 35 Children’s Museum of Phoenix 7, 9 Childsplay 7 Cibo 35, 36 CityNorth 5 CityScape 16 Classy Jazzy 14 Coach & Willie’s 35, 43, 44 Coach House 44


Coldwater Arizona Golf Club 22 Comerica Theatre 7 Compound Grill,The 31, 44 Cork 35 Cottage Garden 14 Coup des Tartes 35 Cowboy Ciao 35 Coyotes Ice Den 21 Crackers & Co. Café 35 Crush 44 Culinary Dropout 35 Cyclo 35 David Yurman 15 Deer Valley Rock Art Center 7 Del E.Webb Center for the Perfor ming Arts 7 Delux 35 Desert Botanical Garden 7 Desert Caballeros Western Museum 7 Desert Canyon Golf Club 22 Desert Outdoor Center 20 Desert Ridge Marketplace 16 Desert Stages Theatre 7 Designer District 15 Devil’s Martini 44 Dillon’s Restaurant 35 Dirty Pretty Rockbar 44 Downtown Phoenix Partnership 17 Downtown Phoenix Public Market 36 Drybar 15 Duck & Decanter 35, 43 Duley-Jones Gallery 7 Durant’s 35 Eddie’s House 35 El Chorro 35, 38 El Hefe Super Macho Taqueria 45 Embellish House,The 19 Escada 15 Exposed Gallery 7 F-1 Race Factory 20 Femme de Paris 15 FEZ 35, 41 Firebirds Wood Fired Grill 35 Firehouse Gallery 7 Flemings Steakhouse 5 FnB 35 Fogo de Chao 35 Foothills Golf Club 22 Foothills Recreation & Aquatics Center 20 Foothills Sk8 Court Plaza 21 Forever 21 15 Four Peaks Brewing Company 45 Frances Vintage 15, 19 Frank & Albert’s 35, 42 Free People 15 French Bee,The 15 French Designer Jewelry 15 G by Guess 16 Gallo Blanco Café 35 Garage Boutique 15 George & Dragon 42, 45 Ghost Lounge 45 Giggle 15 Giuseppe‘s on 28th 36 Glendale Convention & Visitors Bureau 13 Glendale Parks and Recreation 21 Glendale Police Museum 7 Golfland Sunsplash 21 Goodyear Skate Park 21 Grateful Spoon Gelato 36 Grayhawk Golf Club 22 Great Arizona Puppet Theatre 7, 11 H&M 15 Habanero’s Mexican Grill 36

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Habit Burger 36 Halo Precision Piercing 15, 17 Hanny’s 36 Haus Murphy’s 36 Heard Museum 7 Heard Museum North 7 Heidi Boutique 15 Herb Box 36 Herberger Theater 7 Heritage Square 7 Hidden House 45 Hillside Spot 37 Hillstone 37 Hilton Suites Phoenix 26 Honey Bear’s BBQ 36 Horny Toad,The 44 House of Tricks 37 Hubbard Family Swim School 21 Hula’s Modern Tiki 37, 38 Ice Den 21 In Celebration of Golf 22 Irish Cultural Center 7 Islamorada Fish Company 37 J. Alexander’s 37 Jacadi-Paris 15 Jackrabbit Supper Club 45 Jam 14 Jewelry by Gauthier 15 Jimmy Woo’s Chinese Food Restaurant 34 Joan Cawley Gallery 7 Arena 7 Joe’s Farm Grill 37 Johnny Rockets 5 Jump Street 21 K1 Speed 4, 21 Kabuki Japanese Restaurant 5 Kazimierz World Wine Bar 45 Kitchen 56 37 La Piazza al Forno 37 Landmark Restaurant,The 37 Las Sendas Golf Course 22 Lawrence Gallery,The 7 Legacy Gallery 7 Legend at Arrowhead,The 22 Legend Trail Golf Club 22 Liberty Market 37 Lincoln Family YMCA 21 Lindsay Lou Scottsdale 15 Litchfield’s 37 Local First Arizona 18 Made Art Boutique 15 Maizie’s 37, 40 Majerle’s Sports Grill 36, 45 Marcellino Ristorante 37 Margaret T. Hance Park 21 Margaritaville 37 Marshall LeKae Gallery 7 Martini Ranch 45 Mastro’s City Hall 37, 41 Mastro’s Ocean Club 37, 41 Mastro’s Steakhouse 37, 41 Matador Restaurant 37, 41 May Gallery 8 McDowell Mountain Golf Club 22 Mellow Mushroom 37 Mesa Arts Center 8 Mesa Convention & Visitors Bureau 31 Mint,The 45 Modified Arts 8 Moon Saloon,The 37 Mountain Shadows Golf Club 18 Musical Instrument Museum 6, 8 Myst 45 Neiman Marcus 14 New To You 15

Nick’s 37 Nike 15 Ninfa’s Mexican Kitchen 37 Nobuo at Teeter House 37, 38 Noca 37 Nordstrom 15 Oasis Gymnastics & Sports Center 21 Old Town Tortilla Factory 38 Open Book Café 38 Original Burrito Company 38 Orpheum Theatre 8 Overland Gallery 8 Park West Mall 16 Paul Scott Gallery 8 Peoria Center for the Performing Arts 8 Peoria Historical Society Museum 8 Peoria Main Library 8 Peoria Recreation 21 Peoria Sports Complex 21 Petite Maison 37 PGA Pro Shops 22 Phoenicia Association 15 Phoenician,The 44 Phoenix Art Museum 8, 12 Phoenix International Raceway 21 Phoenix Opera 8 Phoenix Symphony,The 6, 8, 10 Phoenix Theatre 8, 10 Phoenix Zoo 8, 21 Pink House 16 Pink Pony Steakhouse 38 Pitaya 16 Pizzeria Bianco 36, 38 Polar Ice 21 Pomo Pizzeria 38 Portland’s Restaurant & Wine Bar 36 Postino Central 38, 40 Prado Restaurant 39 Province 39 Pump It Up 21 Pussycat Lounge 45 Queen Creek Olive Mill 16, 18 Ralph Lauren 16 Rancho de Tia Rosa 39 Raven Golf Club at Verrado 22 Rebar 44, 45 Regala 16 Renee’s Grand Tavern 45 Republic of Couture 16 Revolver Lounge 45 Revolver Records 16 Rhythm Room,The 44, 45 Riparian Preserve at Water Ranch 21 RnR 39 Roberto Botticelli 16 Rollerplex 21 Rolling Hills Golf Course 22 Roosevelt,The 45 Rose and Crown 45 Rosson House 8, 13 Ruby Boutique 16 Saks Fifth Avenue 16 Sandbar 45 SanTan Village 5 Sassi 38 Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts 2, 6, 8 Scottsdale Downtown 11

Scottsdale Fashion Square 16 Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art 8 Scottsdale Quarter 5, 16 Scottsdale Ranch Park & Tennis Center 20 Scottsdale Silverado Golf Club 22 Scottsdale Waterfront 5 Scratch Pastries 39 Seamus McCaffrey’s 45 Season’s 52 39 Shemer Art Museum 8 Shops at Norterra,The 5 Side Bar 45 Sleepy Dog Saloon & Brewery 45 Smeeks 16, 19 Soi 4 Bangkok Eatery 39 SO-OH !Fashion 16 Spicery in Our 1895 Home,The 39 Sportsmagick 16 Spotlight Youth Theatre 21 Spotted Donkey Cantina 39 Steele Indian School Park 21 Stinkweeds 16 Stockyards 39 Stone Rose Lounge 45 Stuart Weitzman 16 Suede Euro-Asian Restaurant & Lounge 45 Sunshine Moon Peking Pub 39 SunUp Brewing Company 45 Superstition Springs Golf Club 22 Surprise Aquatic Center 21 Surprise Racquet and Tennis Complex 20 Sushi Roku 39 Taliesin West 4, 8 Tasty Thai 39 Tempe Marketplace 16 Theater Works 8 Thirsty Camel 32 Thunderbird Artists 33 Ticoz Resto-Bar 39 Tien Wong Hot Pot 39 Torch Theatre 8 Tory Burch 16 Trendy Tag Boutique 16 True Food Kitchen 5, 39 Tryst Café 39 Turf Accountant 45 Turf Irish Pub,The 39 Turf Soaring School 21 Twisted Italian 39 Udder Delights 34 Urban Angels Boutique 16 Urban Grocery & Wine Bar 39 Urban Yoga 16 US Airways Center 21 Valley Youth Theatre 8 Van’s Golf Shops 22 Viet Kitchen 39 Vogue Bistro 39 West of SoHo 16 Westgate City Center 16 Westworld Paintball Adventures 21 Wildlife World Zoo & Aquarium 8, 21, 27 Windsor 39 Xeriscape Botanical Garden 8 Yogurtland 34 Yumberi Yogurt 34 Zang Asian Bistro 39 ZuZu 39

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