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Winter 2011

Your Valleywide Everything Guide

Season’s Best

Our Time to Shine






P h o e n i x | S c ot t s da l e M e s a | G l e n d a l e | T e mp e & surrounding Areas


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Winter 2011 Your Valleywide Everything Guide

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tempts us with many reasons to be out and about, whether you’re a night owl or a day-tripper. It starts with the weather, of course — almost always clear and sunny this time of year, with temperate days and only slightly cooler nights. Opportunities spill beyond the confines of any single section of the Valley, which is why we’ve combined our popular localized You Are Here guides into one Valley-wide edition — but with the same devotion to exposing those hidden gems that bring out the urban stroller in all of us. The concentration of night spots is renowned, with grooves to fit every age range and, in some areas, clustered close enough together that you can walk to sample a variety of signature concoctions. Dine in that well-known hole in the wall or at the world’s most exclusive resorts. Shop in like you’re in Venice, California, or Venice, Italy. The Valley of the Sun is your mecca. We take on a whole new dynamic this time of year because we are no longer cooped up indoors. The weather is perfect for those nightly strolls, patio dining and taking advantage of sports, recreation and activities of all kinds. The Valley has four urban centers, Downtown Phoenix, Scottsdale Downtown, Historic Glendale and Tempe’s Mill Avenue. Sure, there are quaint surrounding areas like Old Town Gilbert, City North and even retail zones surrounding all of the Valley’s shopping malls. It is a unique place smack dab in the middle of the desert. Recreate on the many trails through our parks and preserves. Bike and pedestrian paths meander through pleasantly landscaped miles that give views of our manmade waterway and vital water source, Surprise the Central Arizona Project canal. Or challenge yourself on more rugged trail-biking and hiking terrain. Scottsdale Glendale And of course golf. World-class golf 17 51 101 101 courses are part of the fabric of our Paradise Valley Central Valley, which boasts an abundance of Phoenix 202 10 public as well as private courses. Pull away from the urban scene and relax over Tempe 10 Mesa 18 holes on some of the world’s finest 60 golf courses. Play like a pro or just simply enjoy the scenery as you experience some Chandler of the best we have to offer.



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Visit one of the world’s most important architectural treasures—“set in a scene of almost overpowering beauty”—where imaginative interior spaces are linked by terraces, gardens, and walkways overlooking the Valley below. Five different tour options from 1 to 3 hours long. FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT BLvD. & CACTUS RD. SCOTTSDALe, ARIzONA

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It’s Who We Are Fun, Festivals & Fanfare Waste Management Phoenix Open

STEP INSIDE Staged exhibits and performances worth popping inside for

Desert Stages Theatre

Return to the innocent ’50s with “Bye Bye Birdie” or fairytale timelessness with “Beauty and the Beast.” 4720 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale 480-483-1664

Musical Instrument Museum

World cultures and world-class sounds enthrall in the intimate and acoustically triumphant performance hall. 4725 E. Mayo Blvd., Scottsdale 480-478-6000

Photo: Waste Management Phoenix Open


Great contemporary art, architecture and design are showcased in five galleries (and a sculpture garden). 7374 E. 2nd St., Scottsdale 480-874-4666

Mesa Arts Center

Scope out the architecture, too, when you visit the Center’s four theaters and art galleries. 1 E. Main St., Mesa 480-644-6500

Glendale Glitters

Fiesta Bowl Block Party

Prepare for plenty of “Oohs” and “Ahhs” and don’t forget your camera! This stunning display of 1.5 million lights illuminates 16 blocks of Historic Downtown Glendale, making it the largest free holiday light display in Arizona. From 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. Free admission and shuttles. Don’t miss special weekend events, like Jingle Bell Rockin’ Night on Dec. 17 and 18.

Whether you’re local or visiting to support your favorite college football bowl team, be in the center of fun with 100,000 others to welcome the New Year. Jimmy Eat World headlines this huge party that also features dozens of live bands, multiple beer gardens and food. For best parking, go early when the party begins at 5 p.m.

58th Ave. and Glendale, Glendale 623-930-2299

Mill Avenue District, Tempe 480-921-2300

(Through Jan. 8)


(Through Jan. 9)

Experience the Phoenix Zoo in another dimension. Taking shape out of myriad lights that shimmer and sparkle against the velvet blackness of the desert night, scenes of palm tree oases and friendly animals draw visitors from one spectacular display to the next. Marrying music with the images gives visitors a thorough sensory delight. 455 N. Galvin Pkwy., Phoenix 602-273-1341

(Dec. 31)

Celebration of Fine Art (Jan. 15 – March 27)

Is it the nomadic feeling of the tents or the breadth of talented expression that gives art lovers the thrill of discovery? Twenty-one years strong, but no two years alike. Engage with the juried diversity of artists in their welcoming open-space ateliers as they forge and fashion their unique creations for you. Scottsdale Rd. at Loop 101, Scottsdale 480-443-7695

Cave Creek Balloon Festival (Jan. 8)

You’ll be mesmerized as you view 20 hot air balloons — some seven stories high — glowing in the evening and night sky against the majestic terrain at Rancho Mañana Golf Course. Take advantage of a special menu at the awardwinning Tonto Bar & Grill and gaze out at colorful and specially shaped balloons on the 1st, 11th and 18th fairways. 5736 E. Rancho Mañana Blvd., Cave Creek 480-488-0698

Waste Management Phoenix Open (Jan. 31 – Feb. 6)

It’s always a swinging good time at this popular stop on the professional golf tour. Enjoy it greenside in hushed camaraderie with fellow golf aficionados, or stroll the rolling grounds among the festival gaiety. For stronger libations, visit the infamous Birds Nest, now its own attraction adjacent to the playing course. 17020 N. Hayden Rd., Scottsdale 480-585-4334


Arts & Culture

Culture Shock Billi Cioffi performing at Open Mic

Plug into the arts and culture scene around the Valley

QUICK TIPS Walk-in Wednesdays Open Mic returns from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. every Wednesday beginning Jan. 5 at the Tempe Center for the Arts. Singer Walt Richardson is host. A youth segment kicks off an hour before. 700 W. Rio Salado Pkwy., Tempe 480-350-2822

Orchestra Debuts

Chamber music takes a bow in Scottsdale when the Arizona Chamber Orchestra launches its inaugural season at the Musical Instrument Museum. On Jan. 23, let music from Mozart, Rossini and Dvorák fill your afternoon with gladness and grace. MIM Music Theater 4725 E. Mayo Blvd., Phoenix 480-478-6000

Laugh the Night Away

Funny man and TBS late night talk show host George Lopez brings his “I Can Never Do Nuthin” tour to Comerica Theatre (formerly the Dodge Theatre) in downtown Phoenix on Jan. 29. 400 W. Washington St., Phoenix 800-745-3000

Your new year

, new decade resolution is to add more art and culture to your life? Start now. Whether it’s visual or performing arts, literature, film or some other creative medium, explore new venues and artists, and expand your mind. Begin by visiting the big white tent shows, “Celebration of Fine Art” on Jan. 15 and “Arizona Fine Art EXPO” on Jan. 20, in north Scottsdale. Both shows run 10 weeks, and each features 100 artists who create original pieces onsite. Need an escape along with some laughs? Don’t miss “Shrek the Musical” Jan. 4 – 9 at ASU Gammage in Tempe. Looking to showcase your own talent or share an idea? Consider presenting at Ignite Phoenix on Feb. 11 at Scottsdale Center for Performing Arts. The popular group’s slogan, “Lighting a fire under the Valley’s creative community,” has done just that as more people discover how much fun it is to attend or present. With the arts season fully in swing, make plans now to attend the Wigwam Festival of Fine Arts Feb. 11 – 13 at the newly renovated Wigwam Golf Resort & Spa in Litchfield Park. ACTORS THEATRE 911 N. 4th St., Phoenix & 602-253-6701 Off-Broadway plays & musicals.

A  RIZONA LATINO ARTS & CULTURAL CENTER 147 E. Adams St., Phoenix & 602-254-9817 Showcasing Latino arts & culture.

Contemporary painting & 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.


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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 & sculptures.

Learning exhibits & planetarium.

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

BURTON BARR LIBRARY BEAD MUSEUM 5754 W. Glenn Dr., Glendale & 623-931-2737 Bead museum & art.


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

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

Photo: Michael Ging

Got Talent?

The Stage is Set Have the urge to release your inner thespian? In addition to the varied offerings of this season’s exciting theater, from “Charlotte’s Web” to “A Raisin in the Sun” and “Willy Wonka, Jr.” to “Jesus Christ Superstar,” Desert Stages presents its special incarnation of a community talent show every month. Strum and croon, dance … get out there and “break a leg.” Each show follows one week after auditions.

4720 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale 480-483-1664 •

Bye Bye Birdie Jan. 7 - Feb. 6

 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.


16000 N. Del Webb Blvd., Sun City & 623-972-0478 Chamber music for Valley audiences.

215 N. 7th St., Phoenix & 602-253-0501 “Play to learn - Family fun.”

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

Photo: Wade Moran

Collection of American Indian art.

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

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

 DESERT CABALLEROS WESTERN MUSEUM 21 N. Frontier St., Wickenburg & 928-684-2272

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

DULEY-JONES GALLERY 7100 E. Main St., Scottsdale & 480-945-8475


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

1202 W. Encanto Blvd., Phoenix & 602-254-1200

Art & archaeology.

Rides, food, games and more.

 HEARD MUSEUM NORTH 32633 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale & 480-488-9817


Explore the wonders of nature.

Eccentric contemporary art.


Contemporary art gallery.

Live/work collective artspace.

American art, Western history.


EXPOSED GALLERY 4225 N. 7th Ave., Phoenix & 602-248-8030

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


Desert Stages Theatre

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


Contemporary & abstract art.

HERITAGE SQUARE 115 N. 6th St., Phoenix & 602-262-5029 Phoenix’s central heritage.

GARFIELD GALLERIA 316 W. McDowell Rd., Phoenix & 602-349-3049 Twelve artist studios in one building.

IRISH CULTURAL CENTER 1106 N. Central Ave., Phoenix & 602-258-0109 Heart of the Celtic community.



6821 N. 57th Ave., Glendale & 623-937-8088

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

Historic police museum.

Unique stable of artists.

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 & performances.

Puppet shows for all ages.

 THE LAWRENCE GALLERY HEARD MUSEUM 2301 N. Central Ave., Phoenix & 602-252-8848 Native American art.

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



An Inner-Body Experience It’s one of the world’s most popular touring attractions, and it’s coming to the Arizona Science Center January 22 through May 30. Preserved through the special process of plastination, human bodies reveal the marvels of our anatomical structures in Gunther von Hagen’s original Body Worlds and the Brain. Learn how our three-pound brain functions, compare healthy and diseased organs, and gain an

Arizona Science Center

increased awareness of how you can take better care of your own body.



600 E. Washington St., Phoenix 602-716-2000



7178 E. Main St., Scottsdale & 480-945-1113

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

225 E. Adams St., Phoenix & 602-495-1999

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

Traditional Western fine art.

Premier American artists.

Classical & pops concerts.

Fine art for the whole family.




7106 E. Main St., Scottsdale & 480-874-2624

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

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

Sculpture, blown glass & metalworks.

Internationally acclaimed artists.

All-ages performing arts center.

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



3922 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale & 480-922-1801

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

Original paintings, art glass & bronzes.

Community & youth theater.

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

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


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

10304 N. 83rd Ave., Peoria & 623-487-8030

Celebrate the world’s music cultures.

Peoria history.



407 E. Roosevelt St., Phoenix & 602-462-5516

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

Indie art space & music venue.

Teen programs & computer classes.



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

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

Historic, multi-use auditorium.

Large-scale contemporary museum.



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

Professional improv performances.

 SAHUARO RANCH PARK 9802 N. 59th Ave., Glendale & 623-930-4500 Historic & recreational experience.

7380 E. 2nd St., Scottsdale & 480-945-2323 Adventuresome & eclectic collections.

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


203 W. Adams St., Phoenix & 1-866-673-7248

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

Specializes in mural sized commissions.

Opera at the Orpheum Theatre.

Contemporary art exhibits & events.

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VALLEY YOUTH THEATRE 525 N. 1st St., Phoenix & 602-253-8188 Acclaimed children’s theatre.


7048 E. Main St., Scottsdale & 480-941-1600 8

 TORCH THEATRE 4721 N. Central Ave., Phoenix & 602-751-4862

 XERISCAPE BOTANICAL GARDEN 5959 W. Brown St., Glendale & 623-930-3596 Botanical garden tours.

Photo: Arizona Science Center




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Play areas for big and small. Tuesday thru Sunday, 9a.m. to 4p.m.


215 N. 7th Street Phoenix AZ 85034





isit the old west in Scottsdale’s Old Town and take a carriage ride or enjoy the singing cowboy. Roam through over 100 art

galleries of both southwestern and contemporary design. Search specialty retail shops for clothing, jewelry and much more. Enjoy a dining experience from the casual to the upscale at any of the over 85 restaurants. Take in a vibrant and exciting night-life at many of the 50+ lounges, bars and nightclubs only found in Downtown Scottsdale. Visit cultural attractions and see more than 50 public art displays. Parking is free in Downtown Scottsdale and so is the Downtown Trolley. Come see what we have to offer. • 480.312.7750 ArtWal k th e L ine, Eve ry T h u rsda y 7pm-9pm.

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Chic and Skimpy

You’d have thought they were giving away free money for the mobs H&M attracted when it opened its flagship store this summer at Scottsdale Fashion Square. But considering its price tags on trendy men’s and women’s fashions, maybe that’s not so far from truth. 7014 E. Camelback Rd., Scottsdale 480-946-0370 •

Fashion Revolution

With contemporary clothing in a retro atmosphere, So-oh! Fashion stands for change in culture as well as trends in couture. This should be any Phoenix fashionista’s ultimate destination. Find the hottest items of the season, from leggings and heels to cardigans and boho hats. 9380 W. Westgate Blvd, Glendale 623-772-4000

Offbeat Finds

Frances brings vintage and retro charm to the Valley. Find gifts for both genders and all ages, from quirky purses and handmade stationary to individually sewn pet toys. This quaint boutique carries unique items you will be hard-pressed to find anywhere else in the area. 10 W. Camelback Rd., Phoenix 602-279-5467 14

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They say walking cures

everything but a broken leg. That puts it a close second to shopping. Put the two together for some memorable excursions in diverse settings. Catch some rays while you walk along the shops at the upscale Scottsdale Waterfront, from which extended shopping opportunities are in reach across the pedestrian bridge over the canal to Scottsdale’s celebrated Fifth Avenue and neighboring historic shopping districts. Further north, the smalltown ambience of Kierland Commons and New York vibe of Scottsdale Quarter invite your shopping perambulations along their luxury-store-lined sidewalks. Promenade out West along Westgate City Center’s independent specialty shops and clothing stores amidst bright billboards, palm trees and endless entertainment. For the height of glamour, take a stroll through Biltmore Fashion Park in Phoenix, home to Saks 5th Avenue, Hyde Park Jewelers and the Apple Store. Or stray off the beaten path into Mesa for affordable clothing and gear for moms and kids at the quaint boutique Butterflies & Bullfrogs. There’s no need to overdo the walking part of these excursions, as many destinations offer valet parking. ALESSI 2502 E. Camelback Rd., Scottsdale & 602-840-2441

ANTIGUA SPORTSWEAR 16651 N. 84th Ave., Peoria & 623-523-6000 Sportswear & golf accessories.

Contemporary home decor.

AT-EASE 7014 E. Camelback Rd., Scottsdale & 480-947-3800 World’s finest mens clothing.

ANTIQUE HAVEN AMERICAN APPAREL 4501 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale & 480-333-0090 Urban market American apparel.

Anastasia’s Bath Body Boudoir 8787 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale & 480-443-4555 Luxurious scents and sensuous lingerie.

5805 W. Glendale Ave., Glendale & 623-939-3420 See Vintage jewels & antiques.

BABY KOUNTRY 15411 W. Waddell Rd., Surprise & 623-544-9495 See Clothing for babies and toddlers.


5811 W. Glendale Ave., Glendale & 623-435-8486 See

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

Vintage kitchen items.

Modern colors & style clothing

Apricot Lane


9410 W. Hanna Drive, Glendale & 623-877-3308

702 W. Montecito Ave., Phoenix & 602-717-8376

Designer denim and bags.

Vintage clothing & accessories.

Photo: Scottsdale Fashion Square


Soak up the ambience of the Valley’s diverse shopping meccas

Running on Full When Nike opened its store at Scottsdale Quarter in mid-October, it went to new heights to bring shoe and related athletic wear to the sports-minded Scottsdalean. Nearly 20,000 square feet, it occupies a two-story building in the middle of the shopping center’s New York streetscape. Watch for athletes to make random appearances, special Michael Jordan shoe releases and sponsored charity events – “quick strike” events without a lot of hoopla.



7445 W. Cactus Rd., Peoria & 623-878-7297

5757 W. Glendale Ave., Glendale & 623-847-9090

Self-service pet wash.

West Valley’s best comic book store.

FRENCH DESIGNER JEWELER 7148 E. Main St., Scottsdale & 480-994-4717 Exquisite one-of-a-kind pieces.



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

525 S. Central Ave., Phoenix & 602-253-9033

Best in traditional menswear.

Full retail destination.

7121 E. Sahuaro Dr., Scottsdale & 480-991-2610

The finest holiday ornaments.

Reclaim a piece of the past.

7144 E. Stetson Dr., Scottsdale & 480-556-6900

5041 N. 44th St., Phoenix & 602-840-9080 Finest cigars & accessories.

Car wash & car spa.

1524 E. McDowell Rd., Phoenix & 602-258-8600


For divas of all ages.


Photo: Inmedia

7142 N. 58th Ave., Glendale & 623-847-3232 7162 N. 58th Ave., Glendale & 623-847-5262. See Gifts for home and garden.

Art, books, magazines & more.

10 W. Camelback Rd., Phoenix & 602-230-0044

Celebrity’s favorite designers.

Body piercing & jewelry.

6166 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale & 480-423-5161

 Healy Bea 4410 E. Camelback Rd., Phoenix & 602-468-9944 Both private and boutique labels.

Sophisticated styles for women.

 JACADI-PARIS  FOREVER 21 7014 E. Camelback Rd., Scottsdale & 480-994-2009


Eco-friendly pet store.

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


15024 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale & 480-443-3921 Prim, Parisian-made kid’s clothing.

Fun, fleeting fashion trends.

17058 W. Bell Rd., Surprise & 623-251-5201

MADE ART BOUTIQUE 922 N. 5th St., Phoenix & 602-256-6233

HALO Of Phoenix

7135 E. Camelback Rd., Scottsdale & 480-664-0365

Classy Jazzy 2000 Rio Salado Pkwy., Tempe 480-968-0556

LOS OLIVOS CAR WASH 232 E. McDowell Rd., Phoenix & 602-258-2822 See


A salon with attitude.


6107 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale & 480-443-2522 Strictly for hipsters.


5742 W. Palmaire Ave., Glendale & 623-937-4266 See



A body shop for kids.


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

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

OH MY DOG BOUTIQUE 7137 E. Stetson Dr., Scottsdale & 480-874-1200 Fine arts organization & gallery.

KINESPHERE Frances 10 W. Camelback Rd., Phoenix & 602-279-5467 Vintage frocks and retro gift items.

711 E. Missouri Ave., Phoenix & 602-532-3111


Gyrotonic & Pilates exercise.


Walk the Walk For the best in dining, shopping and entertainment, visitors and locals alike cannot miss Tempe Marketplace. Harkins’ movie theaters show the latest in independent and Hollywood cinema while the marketplace itself hosts local musicians and artists for your listening pleasure. Its plethora of dining choices may leave you at a loss for where to chow down! Devote your day and visit every shop on the walk.

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

Biltmore Fashion Park

Chandler Fashion Center

Desert Ridge Marketplace


San Tan Village

Scottsdale Fashion Square

Scottsdale Quarter

Westgate City Center See more at


918 N. 2nd St., Phoenix & 602-795-4980

12 W. Camelback Rd., Phoenix & 602-248-9461

Extensive collection of invitations.

Selection of new and used vinyl LPs.

Independent record store.

 PERRY MONGE SALON 3 S. 2nd St., Phoenix & 602-253-8885 An Aveda salon & spa.

 SAKS FIFTH AVENUE 2446 E. Camelback Rd., Scottsdale & 602-955-8000

 STUPID CUPID 5027 N. 7th Ave., Phoenix & 602-265-6926 Home accessories and gifts.

Apparel, perfumes & accessories.

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

 TRENDY TAG BOUTIQUE  SIRENS & SAINTS 4206 N. 7th Ave., Phoenix & 602-296-4349

2470 W. Happy Valley Rd., Phoenix & 623-587-0095

Women’s fashion boutique.

Trend setting boutique.

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

Park West Mall


4500 N. 12th St., Phoenix & 602-234-0184



118 E. Roosevelt Rd., Phoenix & 602-258-9099

19420 N. 59th Ave., Glendale & 623-444-6522

Full-service day spa.

Designer boutique.

 PRACTICAL ART 5070 N. Central Ave., Phoenix & 602-264-1414 Everything locally handmade.

 SMEEKS 14 W. Camelback Rd., Phoenix & 602-279-0538 Candy treat boutique.

 RED HOT ROBOT 14 W. Camelback Rd., Phoenix & 602-264-8560 Vinyl toys & collectibles.

Up close and personal experience.

 SNAPDRAGON 347 E. Camelback Rd., Phoenix & 602-690-2629 Full-service, contemporary salon.

 REGALA 11001 N. 99th Ave., Peoria & 623-875-0688 See Boutique fashions with flair.

Urban Angels Boutique 2000 E. Rio Salado Pkwy., Tempe & 480-968-3038

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

 SPORTSMAGICK 9780 W. Northern Ave., Peoria & 623-877-8599 Sports apparel & goods.

 WAG N’ WASH 4230 N. 7th Ave., Phoenix & 602-462-9274 Healthy pet center.


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Photo: Tempe Marketplace


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Winter 2010-11 Farmers Market Schedule! PHOENIX Roadrunner Park Farmers Market 3502 E. Cactus Rd., 85032 Saturdays, 8 am – 1 pm Ahwatukee Farmers Market 4700 E. Warner Rd, 85044 Sundays, 9 am – 1 pm Full Service Groo ming starts at $35 , includes nails, bath, cut, (ears cleaned and anal glands, by appointment only).

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SCOTTSDALE Skysong Farmers Market 1475 N. Scottsdale Rd.. 85257 Thursdays, 2:30 – 6 pm Old Town Farmers Market 3806 N Brown Ave., 85251 Saturdays, 8:30 am – 1 pm CAREFREE Carefree Farmers Market 100 Easy Street, 85377 Fridays, 9 am – 1 pm MESA Mesa Community Market 263 N. Center St., 85201 Fridays, 9 am – 1 pm GLENDALE Twilight Farmers Market 19420 N. 59th Ave., 85308 Wednesdays, 4 pm – 7 pm

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TEMPE ASU Campus Farmers Market 300 E. Orange Mall, 85281 1st & 3rd Tuesdays, 9 am – 2 pm

For additional valley locations please visit:


Rec & Stuff

Adventure Beckons Stepping out into the awesome outdoors Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale

Nature Calls

You know what they say: Winter in the Valley is like spring everywhere else. Usery Mountain Regional Park in Mesa offers outdoor yoga classes on crisp December and January mornings and evenings. Get in touch with nature, as well as your body and soul. 3939 N. Usery Pass Rd., Mesa 480-984-0032

Up In the Air

January is Air Month at the Children’s Museum of Phoenix. It’s a month of air-maxing projects and programs. Make paper airplanes, float balloons and more. Kids from zero to ten will enjoy. Also visit the newest attraction – the 3-story climber. 215 N. 7th St., Phoenix 602-253-0501

Swing Away

Spinners on the Green in Scottsdale offers up a fully stocked disc golf shop, complete with customizable discs, clothing, accessories and gear. Take advantage of their bike rentals, disc golf lessons and sprawling fields for experts and novices alike. Dabble or commit to this new spin on a classic sport. 7606 E. McDowell Rd. 480-941-2513 20

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The Valley is absolute nirvana for those who love recreational activities, whether you prefer to sail the skies in a hot air balloon or take to the trails for trail-biking. There is a plethora of bike paths and bike rental shops all over the city. Global Bikes, located in both Chandler and Gilbert, offers bike rentals at daily and weekly rates. For excitement at a slower pace, go aloft on a cool morning in a basket suspended under the canopy of a colorful, giant, hot-air balloon. Rainbow Ryders will give you a new perspective on Scottsdale’s desert beauty. Combine a little wilderness exploration with celestial viewing on stargazing tours that take you to remote locations with no distracting city lights — or not-so-remote ideal stargazing with the resort’s specialist at Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale near the iconic Pinnacle Peak. For a more earthbound activity, visit the Phoenix Rock Gym in Tempe, where you can truly test your athletic strengths. Rock climbing is affordable and daring fun for all ages. Commit to this sport with day passes or a lifetime pass.  ACADEMY OF CLASSICAL BALLET 21501 N. 78th Ave., Peoria & 623-572-7222


F-1 Race Factory

9445 Metro Pkwy., Phoenix & 602-997-7575

317 S. 48th St., Phoenix & 602-302-7223

Thrill rides & games.

Indoor kart racing, billiards, arcade.

Ballet & dance classes.

 chase field AZ on the Rocks 16447 N. 91st St., Scottsdale & 480-502-9777

401 E. Jefferson St., Phoenix & 602-514-8400 Retractable-roofed Dbacks stadium.

Indoor climbing fun.

 BUSY BODIES PLANNED PLAY 19420 N. 59th Ave., Glendale & 623-847-4090

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

 DESERT OUTDOOR CENTER 41402 N. 87th Ave., Peoria & 602-372-7470 Desert adventures.

Fitness fun.

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

 Encanto Park  CAMELBACK RANCH 10710 W. Camelback Rd., Glendale & 623-877-8585 Baseball & events.

2605 N. 15th Ave., Phoenix & 602-261-8991 Shaded greens, fields & lagoon.

 GLENDALE PARKS AND RECREATION Multiple locations, Glendale & 623-930-2822 City parks.

Photo: Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale


Suns Fever If you are looking for a night filled with sport, excitement, food and drink, look no further than a hometown Phoenix Suns basketball game. Great for going out with a couple of buds from work or taking the kids to a game, Suns games are fun for everyone — seeing Nash fly down the court to a 3-pointer, drinking beer or cheering on the Big Orange. Avoid traffic and the crowd — Light Rail can drop you at 3rd Street and Jefferson.

Golfland Sunsplash

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155 W. Hampton Ave., Mesa & 480-834-8319

67 W. Culver St. & 602-534-2406

15829 N. 83rd Ave., Peoria & 623-334-1200

Putt-putt golf and water slides.

Centralized park and Japanese gardens.

Ice skating & activities.

Phoenix Suns US Airways Center 201 E. Jefferson St., Phoenix 602-379-7867

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

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

 OASIS GYMNASTICS & SPORTS CENTER 8643 W. Kelton Ln., Peoria & 623-977-6399

PUMP IT UP 8550 N. 91st Ave., Peoria & 623-872-0748 Inflatable units.

Rec & fitness for kids.

 HUBBARD FAMILY SWIM SCHOOL 8402 W. Thunderbird Rd., Peoria & 602-971-4044

Soaring flight adventures.

ROLLERPLEX  PEORIA RECREATION Multiple locations & 623-773-7137

16083 N. 75th Ave., Peoria & 623-334-8118 Roller skating & entertainment.

Family sports & recreation.


9375 E. Bell Rd, Scottsdale & 480-585-7465

16101 N. 83rd Ave., Peoria & 623-773-8700

Ice skating and hockey leagues.

Stadium & practice fields.

Suns, Mercury & Rattlers arena.

7408 E. Osborn Rd., Scottsdale & 480-312-2580 Home of the SF Giants

 STEELE INDIAN SCHool Jump Street 455 E. Warner Rd, Chandler & 480-270-8008

5665 W. Bell, Glendale

& 602-889-0081

Photo: Phoenix Suns

Trampoline athletic fun.

Lincoln Family YMCA 350 N. 1st Ave. & 602-257-5138 Family fun & fitness.

 us airways center 201 E. Jefferson St. & 602-379-2000


Swim school & camps.

Ice Den

 TURF SOARING SCHOOL 8700 W. Carefree Hwy., Peoria & 602-439-3621

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

PLEASANT HARBOR MARINA 40202 N 87th Ave., Peoria & 602-977-7377 Full-service marina.

300 E. Indian School Rd. & 602-495-0739 Amphitheater, dog park & gardens.

 SPOTLIGHT YOUTH THEATRE 10620 N. 43rd Ave., Glendale & 623-242-2611 Children’s theater.

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

 WET N’ WILD PHOENIX 4243 W. Pinnacle Peak Rd., Glendale & 623-201-2000 Arizona’s biggest water park.

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



Tee Time

Get into the Swing of Things Camelback Inn

Computer Match

A swinging place to go clubbing: Cool Clubs’ 10,000-square-foot facility. Custom-fitting golf clubs to your play, master club builders put the serious golfer on course for an un-paralleled 18 with technology-driven precision and hand-crafted perfection. 7267 E. Adobe Dr., Scottsdale 1-888-284-9292

On-the-Tour Feel

The grass beneath your feet may make all the difference. So TOUR Academy TPC Scottsdale keeps it manicured to PGA TOUR tournament standards for you to fine tune your every shot. The game improvement facility also includes state-of-the-art diagnostic technologies and a comprehensive club fitting program. 17020 N. Hayden Rd., Scottsdale 480-585-7785

The Finer Things

Arizona Golf Resort helps you to experience golf the good oldfashioned way. Make a day of it and dine in the luxurious, chandeliered Annabelle’s, a gourmet staple of the east valley. Or turn your trip into a mini-holiday and stay in lovely hotel suites. 425 S. Power Rd., Mesa 480-832-3202


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The Valley suits golf enthusiasts to a “T” — so tee off from the tee box of your choice. World famous for its golf courses, the area is studded with swards of emerald, all the more striking for their contrast to the surrounding rugged Sonoran Desert. Golfers whose admiration for scenic landscapes equals their love of the game will enjoy Alta Mesa Country Club’s lakes and fountains amidst the sprawling greens of the Mesa suburbs. For a sweet escape from city life, look no further than the relaxing, beautiful and affordable Encanto 18 Hole Golf Course in central Phoenix. The Marriott’s glamorous Camelback Inn in Scottsdale offers a golf course with an aesthetic focus and another with an emphasis on sharpening your game.  ARIZONA BILTMORE GOLF CLUB


2400 E. Missouri St., Phoenix & 602-955-9656

8620 E. Thompson Peak Pkwy., Scottsdale & 480-502-1800

Adobe (18) & Links (18) courses

Raptor (18) & Talon (18) courses

 MCCORMICK RANCH GOLF CLUB 7505 E. McCormick Pkwy., Scottsdale & 480-948-0260 Palm (18) & Pine (18) courses

THE BOULDERS CLUB 34631 N. Tom Darlington Dr., Scottsdale & 480-488-9028 North (18) & South(18) courses

 KIERLAND GOLF CLUB 15636 N. Clubgate Dr., Scottsdale & 480-922-9283 Acacia (9), Ironwood (9) & Mesquite (9) courses

 Orange Tree Golf Resort 10601 N. 56th St., Phoenix & 480-948-6100 One 18-hole course

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

Encanto Park 2775 N. 15th Ave., Phoenix & 602-253-3963

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

Encanto (9 + 18)

2201 E. Clubhouse Dr., Phoenix & 480-460-4653

LEGEND TRAIL GOLF CLUB 9462 E. Legendary Ln., Scottsdale & 480-488-7434

Foothillsn (18) Course

One 18-hole course

Foothills Golf Club

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

 SANCTUARY AT WESTWORLD 10690 E. Sheena Dr., Scottsdale & 480-502-8200 One 18-hole course

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Out & About A spattering of winter happenings Looking for something to do? Check out these great events coming to your favorite venue. Dec. 19

Jim Brickman Dec. 19 He’s platinum five times over for dazzling piano solos and vibrant vocals. ASU Gammage 480-965-3434

Sister’s Christmas Catechism Dec. 21-Jan. 2 A one-woman who-done-it of Biblical proportions. Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts 480-994-2787

Holidays at the Heard

Walker Moore: “Painting in Harmony” Exhibit Dec. 30-Jan. 15 Can’t believe they’re not photos! Delve into these realistic works. Duley-Jones Gallery 480-945-8475

Woody Guthrie’s American Song Dec. 30-Jan. 16 His was the voice of America from the Great Depression – and through all the decades since. Arizona Theatre Company 602-256-6995

Dec. 26-Jan. 2 Learn about the unique holiday celebrations of the Southwest. Heard Museum – North Scottsdale 602-252-8848

American Pastorela: Show Us Your Papers!

Sistrum and Fred Head West

Dec. 4-19 Attempting to foil well-known Arizona politicos, the Hernandez family responds to news of the birth of Christ by trying to catch the light rail to Bethlehem. Arizona Latino Arts and Cultural Center 623-252-2772

Dec. 18 Rock out with these local alternative bands. Martini Ranch 480-970-0500


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Science of Snow Week Dec. 27-Jan. 1. It’s snowing in the museum – and there’s plenty to learn and do with it. Arizona Science Center 602-716-2000

Sister’s Christmas Catechism *Events subject to change.

Dec. 21-Jan. 2

Photos:Jim Brickman—; Sister’S Christmas Catechism—Scottsdale Center For the Preforming Arts

Jim Brickman

Four-point Swoosh It’s basketball as high art and athletics with more than a touch of wizardry. It’s family entertainment with a history of debuting to audiences game-changing innovations. From the alley-oop to the slam dunk to the … would you believe 35-foot hoop shot! The Harlem Globetrotters, who have entertained popes, kings, queens and presidents, continue the tradition as they bring on their 85th season with “4 Times the Fun,” in Phoenix Jan. 15-16.

A Midsummer Night’s Dream Jan. 6-22 Shakespeare’s classic play presented by the Southwest Shakespeare Company. Mesa Arts Center 480-644-6500

Photos: H  arlem Globetrotters—Harlem Globetrotters International George Lopez— Comerica Theatre

6th Annual Home & Garden Show Jan. 7-9 Featuring thousands of square feet of exhibits highlighting the latest in home and garden products and services. Phoenix Convention Center 602-262-6225

US Airways Center (Jan. 15) 201 E. Jefferson St., Phoenix Arena (Jan. 16) 9400 W. Maryland Ave., Glendale

Arizona Wind Symphony: Honors

Public Art Landscape Tour

Disney on Ice: Let’s Celebrate

Jan. 12 Winners of the Arizona ensemble contest joining then in a night honoring the 125th year of the Boston Pops. Tempe Center for the Arts 480-350-2822

Jan. 15 The public art you see and how it came to be – from concept to installation. Bus tour through Phoenix with picnic lunch. Desert Botanical Garden 480-481-8146

Jan. 19-23 Mickey, Minnie and 50 other Disney friends skate to Disney songs and contemporary music, celebrating the international festivities. US Airways Center 602-379-7800

Dyana Hesson: “Postcards from Hawaii” Exhibit Jan. 13-26 A charitable event featuring lush paintings of Hawaiian life and landscape. Bonner David Galleries 480-941-8500

Bye Bye Birdie Jan. 7-Feb. 6 Squirm and laugh as bobbysoxers embarrass themselves in the name of celebrity. Desert Stages Theatre 480-483-1664

Keyboard Conversations® with Jeffrey Siegel Jan. 11 Jeffrey Siegel offers his twist on “the three Bs” with this program that begins with Bach and Beethoven and replaces the typical Brahms with the lesser known Samuel Barber. Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts 480-994-2787

Mama & Jack Carew and Suocera Jan. 13-Feb. 6 Local playwright Hal Corley presents two new plays! Theatre Artists Studio 602-765-0120

P.F. Chang’s Rock ‘N’ Roll Arizona Health & Fitness Expo Jan. 14-15 Flat, fast, fun courses and live bands every mile combine for a rockin’ good time. Phoenix Convention Center 602-262-6225

George Lopez

Jan. 29 *Events subject to change.


Prince of Darkness One of the biggest musical icons of all time, Ozzy Osbourne is back in concert to promote his latest album, “Scream.” The performance at the newly named Comerica Theatre (formerly Dodge Theatre) will rock fans on January 26. At 61, the rocker is still going strong. His last tour was in support of his last album, Black Rain, in 2007. Refreshed and surrounded by Tommy Cluffetos on drums, Blasko on Bass and Ozzy Osbourne

keyboardist Adam Wakeman.

Jan. 26

Roberto Cardinale & Bruce Cody: “The Art of Place” Exhibit Jan. 20-Feb. 9 Pure Americana in this postmodern art exhibit. Duley-Jones Gallery 480-945-8475

Lakeshore Jazz Series: John Proulx Quartet Jan. 21 This rising star is the hottest new jazz pianist on the West Coast. Tempe Center for the Arts 480-350-2822

Comerica Theatre 400 W. Washington, Phoenix 602-379-2800

Lord of the Dance

Assume the Position

Jan. 26-29 Award-winning international dance phenomenon unites hearts and minds across all boundaries. Mesa Arts Center (Jan. 26-27) Orpheum Theatre (Jan. 28-29) Theater League 1-800-776- 7469

Feb. 5 American history as entertainment? Robert Wuhl mixes pop culture with the history we think we know. Queen Creek Performing Arts Center 480-987-7469

Don Quixote Jan. 29 The legendary Monster Jam returns with ten of the world’s most awesome monster trucks, including the legendary Grave Digger, back to restore its fame in Phoenix. Chase Field 602-514-8400

George Lopez Jan. 29 G-Lo takes aim at your funny bone. Comerica Theatre – formerly Dodge Theatre 602-379-2800

Feb. 11-13 Cupid, gypsies, puppets and Spanish dances in an energetic storybook ballet. Symphony Hall Ballet Arizona 602-381-1096

Dancin’ on Ice Feb. 12 Speed, excitement and sensuality of ice dancing performed on a stage transformed into an iceskating wonderland. The Chandler Center for the Arts 480-782-2680

J.A. Jance

Disney on Ice: Let’s Celebrate

Jan. 19-23


You Are Here Winter 2011

Feb. 2 Prolific author tours with her latest Alison Reynolds novel … and who will get their “Fatal Error” signed? The Poisoned Pen 480-947-2974

For more events and information, visit *Events subject to change.

Photos: Ozzy Osbourne—; Disney on ice—Disney

Monster Jam

The 56th Annual

FEBRUARY 17-27, 2011

WESTWORLD, SCOTTSDALE Come see more than 2,200 of the world’s most beautiful Arabian horses compete for the coveted title of Scottsdale Champion. Browse through the two big-top tents which host more than 300 Commerical Exhibitors from around the world.View their showcases of art, jewelry, clothing, and every equine related item imaginable, and take the time to enjoy a variety of food.To meet an Arabian horse or get a behindthe-scenes tour of the show, visit our website for a list of times.


EXPERIENCE Tickets to the Scottsdale Show can be purchased through

TicketMaster 800.745.3000 If you are interested in visiting a local Arabian farm, visit our website for listings



ARABIAN HORSE ASSOCIATION OF ARIZONA • PO BOX 13865, SCOTTSDALE,AZ 85267 • T: 480.515.1500 • F: 480.515.1122 • E: The 2011 Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show is proud to benefit the following Charities: Cox Charities, March of Dimes, Horseman’s Distress Fund and the Phoenix Crisis Nursey Photos courtesy of • •


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Style…Bring It On Whether you’re looking for Fantastic Fashions, Fantastic Finds or Fantastic Food, Park West has it all! Harkins Theatre • Grimaldi’s Pizzeria Blu Burger Grille • SportsMagicK ZinGaro Gallery • Chicos • Christopher & Banks • Auld Dubliner Irish Pub and Restaurant • RedBrick Pizza • Francesca’s Collection • Brighton Collectibles • RedBrick Pizza • Vivaldi’s Salon (Coming Soon) fun for every fancy

What brings you today?

Park West Located on the northwest corner of Loop 101 and Northern Ave. 9744 West Northern Avenue, Peoria, AZ 85345 623.877.0096 •




A Culinary Mecca We’ve Got Taste Hanny’s

Like Mom’s

What is Bliss? At this casual downtown spot, it’s yummy, comfort food with cozy prices. Like burgers and chicken sandwiches, two versions of mac’n’cheese and Mama’s Pot Roast Dinner. 901 N. Fourth Street Phoenix, AZ 85004 602-795-1792

‘Fin’ Dining

Want to dine among the sharks? You can at Tiburon, a family-friendly eatery next to Wildlife World Zoo in Litchfield Park. A 60,000-gallon tank holds zebra, white-tip reef and black-tip reef sharks, which, thankfully, seem oblivious to the humans feasting nearby on seafood, steaks and sandwiches. 16335 W. Northern Ave. Litchfield Park, AZ 85340 623-535-4249

Cigar Finale

Savor the well-rolled leaf. 21 Degrees Cigars and Accessories Churchill’s Fine Cigars Scottsdale Cigars Magnum’s


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Ready to take

on the culinary variations that is the Valley of the Sun? Whether you’re up for noshing organic delicacies al fresco or sinking your teeth into an old-school slab of prime beef in the dark confines of a clubby dining room, the Valley has a restaurant for you. Consider starting off in Scottsdale, where you can grab a fruit smoothie at Buzzberry — to tide you over for laternight dining excess at Mastro’s Steakhouse, where the meat all but melts in the mouth. Or head to Tempe for hearty Irish pub fare at Rúla Búla and some of the best pasta and pizzas around at Oregano’s Pizza Bistro. For Eastern-infused eats, Chandler offers acclaimed Vietnamese creations at Cyclo and a Chinese foodie’s nirvana at C-Fu Gourmet. Mesa is home to The Landmark Restaurant, with a room devoted to salad, as well as the Islamorada Fish Company, likely the only local eatery with buffalo burgers, venison-stuffed mushrooms and alligator on the menu. Central Phoenix standouts include Durant’s, St. Francis and the urban eatery Hanny’s. And, over on the west side, don’t miss Pedro’s in Glendale for authentic Mexican dishes or The Grill at the Wigwam Resort in Litchfield Park for American classics.  ARCADIA FARMS 7014 E. 1st Ave., Scottsdale & 480-941-5665 Fresh, memorable, artful cuisine.

 BANDERA 3821 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale & 480-994-3524 Casual sophistication & quality service.

 ARIZONA PIZZA CO. 8110 W. Union Hills Dr., Glendale & 623-566-8123 A lot more than pizza.

 BLISS 901 N. 4th St., Phoenix 602-795-1792 & Serving American comfort classics.

AVALON 7707 E. McDowell Rd., Scottsdale & 480-656-0010 Contemporary coastal cuisine.

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



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

5959 N. Granite Reef Rd., Scottsdale & 480-717-9962

Mexican deli & bakery.

Hip, new smoothie shop.

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

 CARLY’S BISTRO 128 E. Roosevelt St., Phoenix & 602-262-2759 Food, spirits & art.


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

Photo: Hanny’s


Pick of the Day Irrepressible Michael DeMaria is showman as well as chef, and remains passionate about being true to the local scene. Heirloom’s American menu reflects some of America’s classics with a fresh-from-the-garden ardor. Changing with the growing seasons of our Southwest, it relies heavily on locally grown produce – often picked earlier in the same day it appears on your plate. The wine list favors American labels, while not ignoring great classics of the world.

 CHESTNUT LANE 4225 E. Camelback Rd., Phoenix & 602-535-5439 Healthy and simple American fare.

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

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

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


7353 E. Indian School Rd., Scottsdale & 480-308-1131

5345 N. 7th Ave., Phoenix & 602-274-3663

Innovative gourmet Italian.

Fabulous food to go.



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

3146 E. Camelback Rd., Phoenix & 602-522-2288

Pre-game food & drinks.

Amazing burgers & atmosphere.

 DUCK & DECANTER 1651 E. Camelback Rd., Phoenix & 602-274-5429 3111 N. Central Ave., Phoenix

4991 S. Alma School Rd., Chandler & 480-883-3773 Acclaimed New American cuisine.

Photo: Riley Kissee


 DILLON’S RESTAURANT 8706 W. Thunderbird Rd., Peoria & 623-979-5353

20585 N. 59th Ave., Glendale

& 623-566-8100 19900 N. Remington Dr.,

4626 N. 16th St., Phoenix & 602-254-5272

& 623-584-8494

BYOB neighborhood bistro.


BBQ and American cuisine.

COWBOY CIAO 7133 E. Stetson Dr., Scottsdale & 480-946-3111

 FLEMING’S 6333 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale & 480-596-8625

& 602-234-3656 1 N. Central Ave., Phoenix & 602-266-6637 Specialty foods & retail.

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

FAIR TRADE CAFÉ 1020 N. 1st Ave., Phoenix & 602-354-8150 424 N. Central Ave. & 602-253-6912 Organic espresso & teas.


Heirloom 20775 N. Pima Rd., Scottsdale 480-515-2575

 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.


20753 N. Pima Rd.,  Scottsdale 480-538-8000 9712 W. Northern Ave., Peoria

& 623-722-9463 905 N. 54th St., Chandler

& 480-940-1900 Prime steakhouse & wine bar.

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.


Western global-eccentric foods.


Urban Farm Fast Food Many restaurants are born out of the passions of farmers, but this family farm in Gilbert raised Joe’s Farm Grill. This organic working 12-acre urban farm surrounds the ultra modern burger joint – yes, burger joint. “Common food, one uncommonly” is the order of the day. Eat in or dine out, it is fast food at it’s best. Order the famous fries to accompany the Farm Burger (with or without grilled onions). Hot dogs, fresh farm salads, shakes and unique sodas of the ‘soda jerk’ of the 50’s.

Joe’s Farm Grill 3000 E Ray Rd., Gilbert 480-563-4745



Indulge Burgers

The best-filled buns in Metro Phoenix Lush Burger

Stax Burger Bistro

Like having a say about what goes on your burger? You’ll adore Indulge Burgers & More, where you can build your own. Choose a protein — including veggie, kobe beef, turkey and chicken — and then select cheese, toppings and a bun. Other menu options include signature burgers, salads, sandwiches and gluten-free items.

Additive-free, all-natural Harris Ranch beef and local-when-possible veggies are just some of the goodies in the meals at Lush Burger, a chichi-looking, yet family-friendly, dining spot at DC Ranch Crossing. Full size patties and sliders are available, as are turkey, ahi tuna, kobe beef and veggie burgers. Shakes include “Oreo Overload” and “S’mores.”

Slider fans, meet Stax Burger Bistro. Whether you’re jonesing for the classic beef version of these mini delights or something more unusual — say, a wild boar burger topped with coconut-curry sauce and Asian slaw or a lamb burger with feta cheese and grape tomatoes — this is your place. Don’t miss the cocktails, either.

10392 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale 480-998-2222 •

18251 N. Pima Rd., Scottsdale 480-686-8908 •

4400 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale 480-946-4222 •




Foodie haven Delux draws raves thanks to a proprietary blend of meat made from all-natural, vegetarian-fed Niman Ranch beef. Pick up the Delux — adorned with organic arugula, gruyere and maytag cheese, and a mix of caramelized onion and applewood bacon – or the Standard Classic and taste what all the hype’s about.

Smashburger, a national chain, boasts fresh — never frozen — 100 percent Angus beef that is, indeed, smashed, then seared and seasoned on the grill.You can build your own burger at this fast-casual eatery or try one of their variations, including the Arizona burger. Sides include French fries, Smashfries, veggie frites, haystack onions and chili.

Another spot-on concept by restaurateur Sam Fox, Zinburger dishes up gourmet hamburgers, salads and sides as well as a full bar. Try a burger with manchego cheese and Zinfandel-braised onions or feast upon the BLT salad with Nueske’s maple bacon and cowboy ranch dressing. Desserts include an oldschool fave, hand-dipped milkshakes.

3146 E. Camelback Rd., Scottsdale 602-522-2288 •

1949 E. Camelback Rd., Phoenix 602-279-0757 •

2502 E. Camelback Rd., Phoenix 602-424-9500 •

Authentic English pub.

 GREAT AMERICAN GRILL 10 E. Thomas Rd., Phoenix & 602-222-1111 American food.

 THE GRILL 17020 N. Hayden Rd., Scottsdale & 480-585-4848 See Simple sustainable seafood.



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

 HANA 5524 N. 7th Ave., Phoenix & 602-973-1238 Sushi, bento & Japanese cuisine.

 HARD ROCK CAFÉ 3 S. 2nd St., Phoenix & 602-261-7625 America’s rock n’ roll franchise.

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


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Burgers of Glory

4240 N. Central Ave., Phoenix & 602-241-0018

Historic Charm If folks commuting ’round the downtown area seem to be happier these days, it might just be thanks to the tasty yet inexpensive breakfasts and lunches they’ve discovered at Bistro 202, literally steps from the light rail tracks at Central Avenue. This tidy little gem inside the historic Hotel San Carlos underwent a transformation last summer and added new offerings. Now, the morning eggs and noontime burgers draw crowds.

 HERB BOX 20707 N. Pima Rd., Scottsdale & 480-289-6180  990 E. Shea Blvd., 6 Scottsdale & 480-998-8355 Farm-fresh salads and sandwiches.

 House of Tricks 114 E. Seventh St., Tempe & 480-968-1114 Award-winning american menu.

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

 Islamorada Fish Company 1133 N. Dobson Rd., Mesa (adjacent to Bass Pro Shops) & 602-606-5500 Calamari, shrimp…and buffalo burgers!

Photo: Hotel San Carlos

 J. ALEXANDER’S 6186 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale & 480-991-2504 Contemporary American cuisine

 Joe’s Farm Grill 3000 E. Ray Rd., Gilbert & 480-563-4745 Classic American bites done right

 LA PIAZZA AL FORNO 5803 W. Glendale Ave., Glendale & 623-847-3301 Pizza the way it should be.

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


Bistro 202 202 N. Central Avenue, Phoenix (inside Hotel San Carlos) 602-396-7329


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

808 E. Jefferson St., Phoenix & 602-262-9256

Outstanding seafood & steaks.

Soul Food at its best.

 MASTRO’S STEAKHOUSE 8852 E. Pinnacle Peak Rd., Scottsdale & 480-585-9500

NETWORKS BAR & GRILL 122 N. 2nd St., Phoenix & 602-440-3198 American eclectic favorites.

Original famed steaks & seafood

 MAIZIE’S 4750 N. Central Ave., Phoenix & 602-274-2828 Uptown vibe. Uptown cuisine.

 NORTH MODERN ITALIAN  MATADOR RESTAURANT 125 E. Adams St., Phoenix & 602-254-7563 see

20004 N. 67th Ave., Glendale & 623-537-4500 Modern Italian cuisine.

Traditional Mexican favorites.

 MARCELLA’S ITALIAN KITCHEN 7014 E. Camelback Rd., Scottsdale & 480-947-2105

OPEN BOOK CAFÉ  MCDUFFY’S PEORIA 15814 N. 83rd Ave., Peoria & 623-334-5000


5521 N. 7th Ave., Phoenix & 602-265-6266 See Delicious ice cream & sandwiches.

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

Inside Burton Barr Library

Sports bar & grill.

Italian food, pizza & wine bar.


1221 N. Central Ave., Phoenix & 602-262-4636 See

3815 N. Brown Ave., Scottsdale & 480-636-5005

7216 E. Shoeman Ln., Scottsdale & 480-991-6887 Mouthwatering French

Modern Latin cuisine.

 PINK SPOT  THE MOON SALOON 16554 N. 83rd Ave., Peoria & 623-773-2424

49 W. Thomas Rd., Phoenix & 602-265-3889 See Ice cream & espresso.

Spirits, sandwiches, sliders.

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



Simple A simple idea executed with flair, Noca’s Sunday Simple Supper is a themed menu that changes each week. Eliot Wexler and Chef Chris Curtiss have created the Sunday must-have supper that often becomes the hottest table in town. Make reservations early for these many-course meals that include local organic produce, house-made pastas fish and meats. “Fried Chicken Night,” “Dinner at Grandma Nancy’s” and other great themes are not to be missed. The $35 prix-fixe drops to $27 from 8 to 9 p.m.

Noca 3118 E. Camelback Road 602-956-6622


Al Fresco Dining The scent is in the air


Chelsea’s Kitchen

Hula’s Modern Tiki

Rancho de Tia Rosa

A feeling like you are visiting Sonoma County, Chelsea’s Kitchen is a retreat. Sit aside the huge fireplace or stand around the indoor/ outdoor bar to enjoy the rustic comfort food. Fried chicken that will make you come back the following night and deserts that include the red velvet cake and other daily specialties.

Hey, hep cat, have you cruised Central lately? No? Swing by Hula’s Modern Tiki for drinks that’ll knock your socks off and Hawaiianinspired eats like the Spicy Shrimp Caesar Salad and Duke’s Luau Pork Plate. The spacious patio at this retro-modern hangout also causes swooning.

At Rancho de Tia Rosa, the vibrant paint scheme and funky décor evoke an exotic Mexican hideaway. But the real scene stealer at this north Mesa treasure — aside from the delectable food, anyway — is the patio. Brimming with lights and set amidst a lushly landscaped backdrop, this is the spot to while away cool Arizona evenings … and maybe even pop the question.

5040 N. 40th St., Scottsdale 602-957-2555

El Charro Lodge Paradise Valley’s standard bearer is El Charro Lodge. It is a place not to be missed especially after its recent renovation to make this landmark the place to be for outdoor dining. Kristy & Tim Moore are operating partners, but they are more like old family friends the way they take care of guests. 5550 E. Lincoln Dr., Scottsdale 480-948-5170 •

4700 N. Central Ave., Phoenix 602-265-8454


Neopolitan pizza at the Borgata.

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


5144 N. Central Ave., Phoenix & 602-274-5144 Great wines and food.

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

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

 RENEGADE CANTEEN 9343 E. Shea Blvd., Scottsdale & 480-614-9400

A spot on the mister-bathed patio at Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville in Glendale may not snag you a view of the Keys, or even a glimpse of Camelback, but it does offer something else that’s cool: an up-close seat to the Westgate City Center’s fountain show.

Located at the foot of Pinnacle Peak, Sassi has been given the distinction best place to dine outdoors by multiple publications and untold numbers of guests. A roaring fire pit and views of the Valley give this Southern Italian establishment accolades all around.

American Western cuisine.

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

10455 E. Pinnacle Peak Pkwy., Scottsdale 480-502-9095 •

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

 REVO BURRITO 3154 E. Camelback Rd., Phoenix & 602-522-6255 Casual Mexican & take out.


Modern American food served all day.


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El Charro

6166 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale & 480-998-1366

French Flair In just a few years, Amuse Bouche — a tiny, French-infused bistro tucked inside an unassuming strip mall in Surprise — has gained quite a following from critics and foodies alike. The artistry of the French-trained, husband-and-wife team of chefs Kierstin and Snir Mor is apparent in such delights as quiche Lorraine, salmon benedict and even their far-fromhumble meatloaf platter. Don’t forget to BYOB, too. Bon appétit!

 ROARING FORK 4800 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale & 480-947-0795

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

Incredible wood fired cooking.

SIERRA BONITA GRILLE  THE ROKERIJ 6335 N. 16th St., Phoenix & 602-287-8900

6933 N. 7th St., Phoenix & 602-264-0700 Southern Arizona ranch cooking.

Hearty Southwestern fare.

 SKYE FINE DINING Roy’s 7151 W. Ray Rd., Chandler & 480-705-7697

16844 N. Arrowhead Ftn. Ctr. Dr., Peoria & 623-334-0010

Hawaiian Fusion elevates meat, seafood.

Dining & live entertainment.

 Rúla Búla 401 S. Mill Ave., Tempe & 480-929-9500

1219 E. Glendale Ave., Phoenix & 602-277-0088

Irish pub offers ales & eats.

Your family pizzeria.



9868 W. Northern Ave., Peoria & 623-877-6444

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

Fresh Mexican food.

Arizona’s Original Steakhouse.


Image: Amuse Bouche



10455 E. Pinnacle Peak Pkwy., Scottsdale & 480-502-9095

7277 E. Camelback Rd., Scottsdale & 480-970-2121

Old-world Southern Italian spot.

Fine, creative & authentic sushi.



8350 W. Paradise Ln., Peoria & 623-979-9696 See

2603 N. Central Ave., Phoenix & 602-264-2295

Thai food & wine lounge.

Restaurant, bar, catering.


Amuse Bouche 17058 W. Bell Road, Surprise 623-322-8881


4410 N 40th St., Phoenix & 602-840-3644

2502 E. Camelback Rd., Phoenix & 602-774-3482

 10 E. Roosevelt St., 6 Phoenix & 602-253-0829

1 5191 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale & 480-265-4500

Live well.Eat well.

Healthy & natural foods.

 THE TASTING ROOM 28465 N. Vistancia Blvd., Peoria & 623-455-4100

 THE TURF IRISH PUB 705 N. 1st St., Phoenix & 602-296-5043 Contemporary Irish experience.

Fine wine & cheese.

URBAN COOKIES  TEE PEE TAP ROOM 602 E. Lincoln St., Phoenix & 602-340-8787 See

4711 N. 7th St., Phoenix & 602-265-3444 Customizable, fresh-baked cookies.

Traditional Mexican & cantina.

 VERDE  TICOZ RESTO-BAR 5114 N. 7th St., Phoenix & 602-200-0160

825 N. 1st St., Phoenix & 602-254-4400 New favorite Mexican eatery.

Tacos, burgers and cocktails.

 ZANG ASIAN BISTRO  TOMMY BAHAMA’S TROPICAL CAFÉ 15205 N. Kierland Blvd., Scottsdale & 480-505-3668 Fine Caribbean inspired cuisine.

 TONTO BAR & GRILL 5736 E. Rancho Manana Blvd., Cave Creek & 480-488-0698

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

 ZINC BISTRO 15034 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale & 480-603-0922 Great French cuisine.

Best place to dine at sunset.


Go Fish! 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

Now Open! Featuring tapas, sushi & other small-plate items.

• Oyster Bar • Fresh Fish Retail Market

Attitude Adjustment daily 3 - 6 pm 4750 North Central Avenue | Phoenix | 602.274.2828 South of Camelback Road in front of the Landmark Condominiums | 602.795.1792

urban bar & restaurant (602) 277-FISH (3474) 1720 E. Camelback Road • Phoenix, AZ 85016 (Camelback & Hwy. 51) 40

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Daily $3 Drink Specials Best Patio in Downtown Phoenix East Access. FREE Street & Lot Parking Lunch. Dinner. Late Night. Weekend Brunch. 401 n. garfield (corner of 4th street) • former home of fate/905

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Ahhh. $3 daily drink specials, delish dishes, nibbles & more!

Reserve an exquisite private or semi-private dining room for your large party or special event

Lunch. Dinner. Late Night. Weekend. Brunch. Indoor or Patio Dining. • 3815 N Central Avenue • 602.287.8700

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Panaderia & Fast-Casual Mexican (602) 253-5864 • 416 N. 7th Avenue Open 7 - 5 Mon. thru Fri. & 7 - 3 on Saturday

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5 for 6 ‘til 7

5 Cocktails. 5 Wines. 5 Appetizers. Each selection $6. Served nightly in the bar until 7pm.

Matador Restaurant Proudly serving Mexican Food for more than 25 years.

B R E A K FA S T | LU N C H | D I N N E R 125 E. Adams Street 602.254.7563

Mon-Thurs 9a - 9p Fri-Sun 7a - 10p Club Caliente Fridays 9p to 2a

Fine Wines. Super Premium Deli. Experience Our Extraordinary Pairings Today. Fine Wines – Wine Bar With Daily Tastings


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28465 N. Vistancia Blvd., Suite 103 Peoria, AZ 85383 (623) 455-4100

Safeway Happy Valley Parkway


Lake Pleasant Rd.

Available seven nights a week at all Fleming's except where prohibited by law. Hours and offerings subject to change in compliance with local or state liquor laws.

Open TuesDay ThrOugh sunDay Vistancia Blvd.

9712 West Northern Avenue, Peoria 623-772-9463

• Artisan cheeses & premium cured meats • New York deli style sandwiches • 90+ craft and specialty beers • Wine Tasting Daily

Frank & Albert made history in 1929. Todd & Conor serve it up three times a day.

Art. Architecture. Community. Character. It’s all here for the tasting. Dig in.

Executive Chef Todd Sicolo collaborated with Chef de Cuisine Conor Favre for more than a year to create contemporary versions of comfortable American classics. Like the restaurant’s namesakes, they use local purveyors, fresh thinking, and push boundaries, and it’s all about good taste.

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Award-winning Menu Breathtaking Ambiance Authentic History

Open Daily 11AM - 9 PM 480-488-0698

Honoring the spirit of Arizona’s ranching days


A Taste of Native Arizona


TONTO Bar & Grill at Rancho Mañana Mesquite Wood- Fired Steaks,Game and Fresh Seafood

Serving Nightly 4:30 - 9 PM 480-488-8031



Hot Nights

Leave winter outside and come in where the action is

‘Kazbar’ for the Cognicenti

Worth the extra trouble to find, award-winning Kazimierz World Wine Bar is a cozy hideaway of stone walls and a wine cellar atmosphere. Select from a stellar wine list to sip with globally inspired small bites where muted music encourages conversation. 7137 E. Stetson Dr., Scottsdale 480-946-3004

Beer on the Wall

And more on the menu. Once inside, you’ll see why The Roosevelt is a favorite with locals. A centuryold house converted into a tavern, it’s the perfect spot to relax with friends. Indulge in regional craft beers, wines and hearty bar snacks from the late-night kitchen. 816 N.Third St., Phoenix 602-254-2561

Tempe Brew Masters

In the mood for something fresh, cold and sudsy? Head to Tempe for two unique breweries. Four Peaks Brewing Company 1340 E. 8th St.,Tempe 480-303-9987 Sleepy Dog Saloon & Brewery 1920 E. University Dr.,Tempe 480-967-5476 44

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Pump up the music

and get ready for a new decade of fun! Ring in the New Year with Rock Lobster and Metalhead at the “Westgate Rocks New Year’s Eve” party in Glendale. You can even crash a wedding as several happy couples exchange vows at midnight. Or dance the night away at AiRIA, one of the Valley’s hottest nightclubs located in the Wild Horse Pass Hotel and Casino in Chandler. What to do after New Year’s Eve? Plenty! Watch live bull riding on Wednesday and Friday nights at The Buffalo Chip Saloon in Cave Creek; stop into O’Donoghue’s Irish Pub in north Scottsdale, one of the Valley’s few authentic Irish pubs that can pour a perfect pint of Guinness; relax with cocktails and listen to the Blues at The Rhythm Room in central Phoenix; or dance to live country music and roast marshmallows at the popular San Tan Flat Saloon & Grill in Queen Creek. Need some comic relief? Head to Jesterz Improv Comedy in Scottsdale; Stand Up, Scottsdale! Comedy Club; or the always-entertaining Tempe Improv.




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

1502 Grand Ave., Phoenix & 602-252-0472 See

710 N. Central Ave., Phoenix & 602-229-1150 See

Gay-friendly martini & patio bar.

Old-school Phoenix tiki bar.

Dance the night away.



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

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

Lounge & bar with atmosphere.

Soul food eatery with jazz lounge.

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



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

4631 N. 7th Ave., Phoenix & 602-230-0205

Cozy bar in a historic house.

Old-school blues bar.

7011 E. Indian School, Scottsdale & 480-990-3433 Scottsdale’s oldest tavern.



130 E. Washington St., Phoenix & 602-229-1265

702 N. Central Ave., Phoenix & 602-258-8343 See

Great food and cocktails.

Large, mainly Latin dance club.

101 E. Jackson St., Phoenix & 602-253-7337 Rocker Alice Cooper’s sports bar.

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Hot. New. And Transforming. When a nightclub flies in popular DJs weekly from Las Vegas and New York, you know it must be high-energy. Open just eight months, Revolver Lounge is sold out every Friday and Saturday, so make your table reservations a day prior or a week prior for premium tables. Go early and enjoy its sultry atmosphere, then hit the dance floor after its midnight transformation to dance club.

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

 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.

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

Ghost Lounge 202 N. Central Ave., Phoenix & 602-253-4121

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Hotel San Carlos Lounge.

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

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

 THE LOST LEAF 914 N. 5th St., Phoenix & 602-258-0024 Beer, wine and art bar.

MAJERLE’S 24 N. 2nd St., Phoenix & 602-253-0118


18 W. Monroe St., Phoenix & 602-253-6081

Rustic contemporary bar.

Original Irish pub.



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

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

Live music nightly.

Sublime cocktails.



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

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

Blues bar with live touring acts.



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

Popular downtown sports bar.

7295 E. Stetson Dr., Scottsdale & 480-970-0500

Revolver Lounge 7316 E. Stetson Dr., Scottsdale 480-946-2005

816 N. Third St., Phoenix & 602-254-2561 See Intimate wine & beer bar.

The Old Town evening destination.

Indoor / outdoor lounge.

SUEDE EURO-ASIAN RESTAURANT & LOUNGE 7333 E. Indian Plaza, Scottsdale & 480-970-6969 Where east meets west.

 ROSE & CROWN  MYSt 7340 E. Shoeman Ln., Scottsdale & 480-970-5000 Luxury & style unparalleled.

 PUSSYCAT LOUNGE 4426 N. Saddlebag Trail, Scottsdale & 480-481-3100

628 E. Adams St., Phoenix & 602-256-0223 See British-Style Pub.

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


10050 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale & 480-998-8845

705 N. 1st St., Phoenix 602-296-5043

Sand, cervezas & Mexican food.

Irish pub & restaurant.

Lounge, bar and DJ.


Your Valleywide Everything Guide 21 Degrees Cigars and Accessories 34 Academy of Classical Ballet 20 Actors Theatre 6 After Hours Gallery 6, 11 AiRIA 44 Alessi 14 Alta Mesa Country Club 22 American Apparel 14 Amsterdam 44 Amuse Bouche 39 Anastasia’s Bath Body Boudoir 14 Antigua Sportswear 14 Antique Haven 14 Apple Store 14 Apple Tree,The 14 Apricot Lane 14 Arabian Horse Association of Arizona 31 Arcadia Farms 34 Arizona Biltmore Golf Club 22 Arizona Broadway Theatre 6, 13 Arizona Center 16 Arizona Chamber Orchestra 6 Arizona Community Farmers Markets 19 Arizona Fine Art EXPO 6 Arizona Golf Resort 22 Arizona Jewish Theatre 6 Arizona Latino Arts & Cultural Center 6, 28 Arizona Opera 7 Arizona Pizza Co. 34 Arizona Science Center 6, 8, 28, 47 Arizona Theatre Company 28 Arrowhead Towne Center 16 ASU Gammage 28 At-Ease 14 Avalon 34 Axis Radius 32, 45 AZ on the Rocks 20 Azteca Bakeries & Mexican Deli 34, 41 Babette 14 Baby Kountry 14 Ballet Arizona 30 Bandera 34 Bar Bianco 44 Bar Smith 44 Bead Museum 6 Bentley Gallery 6 Bikini Lounge 44 Biltmore Fashion Park 14, 16 Biltmore Galleries 6 Bistro 202 37 Bliss 34, 40 Blueberry Deluxe 14 Bluewater Grill 34, 40 Bobby C’s 44 Bonner David Galleries 6, 29 Boulders Club,The 22 Bubbles and Paws 15, 19 Buffalo Chip Saloon 44 Burgers & More 36 Burton Barr Library 6 Busy Bodies Planned Play 20 Butterflies & Bullfrogs 14 Buzzberry 34 C-Fu Gourmet 34 Calvin Charles Gallery 7 Camelback Inn 22 Camelback Ranch 20 Capital Grille 34 Carly’s Bistro 34 Carter’s Men’s Clothing 15 Cartwright’s Sonoran Ranch House 34, 43 Castles N’ Coasters 20 Cave Creek Balloon Festival 5 Celebration of Fine Art 5, 6 Challenger Space Center 7 Chamber Music West 7 Chandler Center for the Arts 30 Chandler Fashion Center 16



Global Bikes 20 Char’s Has The Blues 44 Golfland Sunsplash 21 Chase Field 20 Goodyear Skate Park 21 Chelsea’s Kitchen 38 Grayhawk Golf Club 22 Chestnut Lane 35 Great American Grill 36 Cheuvront 35 Great Arizona Puppet Theatre 7 Children’s Museum of Phoenix 7, 9, 20 Grill,The 36 Christmas Cottage 15 Grill at the Wigwam Resort,The 34 Churchill’s Fine Cigars 15, 34 H&M 14 Cielo 35 Habanero’s Mexican Grill 36 Classy Jazzy 15 Hair Pollution 15, 17 Club Dwntwn 44 Halo of Phoenix 15, 18 Club Palazzo 44 Hana 36 Coach & Willie’s 35, 44 Hanny’s 34 Coach House 44 Hard Rock Café 2, 36 Comerica Theatre 7, 30 Harlem Globetrotters 29 Cool Clubs 22 Haus Murphy’s 36 Cooper’stown 44 Healy Bea 15 Cork 35 Heard Museum North 7, 10, 28 Cottage Garden 15 Heirloom 35 Coup des Tartes 35 Herb Box 37 Cowboy Ciao 35 Herberger Theater Center 7, 28 Crush Lounge 45 Heritage Square 7 Culinary Dropout 35 Hidden House 45 Cyclo 34, 35 Hilton Suites Phoenix 26 D’Licious Dishes 35 House of Tricks 37 Deer Valley Rock Art Center 7 Hubbard Family Swim School 21 Del E.Webb Center for the Performing Arts 7 Hula’s Modern Tiki 37, 38 Delux 35, 36 Hyde Park Jewelers 14 Desert Botanical Garden 7, 29 Ice Den 21 Desert Caballeros Western Museum 7 Ignite Phoenix 6 Desert Canyon Golf Club 22 Irish Cultural Center 7 Desert Outdoor Center 20 Islamorada Fish Company 34, 37 Desert Ridge Marketplace 16 J. Alexander’s 37 Desert Stages Theatre 5,7, 29 Jacadi-Paris 15 Devil’s Martini 45 Jackrabbit Supper Club 45 Dillon’s Restaurant 35 Jesterz Improv Club 44 Dirty Pretty Rockbar 45 Joan Cawley Gallery 7 Doggy Style 15 Arena 7, 29 Downtown Phoenix Partnership 17 Joe’s Farm Grill 36, 37 Drawn to Comics 15 John Paul Theatre 11 Duce,The 15 Jump Street 21 Duck & Decanter 35 Kazimierz World Wine Bar 44 Duley-Jones Gallery 7, 28, 30 Kierland Commons 14 Durant’s 34 Kierland Golf Club 22 Eddie’s House 35 Kinesphere 15, 19 El Charro Lodge 38 La Piazza al Forno 37 Embellished House,The 15 Landmark Restaurant,The 34, 37 Encanto Park 20, 22 Las Sendas Golf Course 22 Enchanted Island Amusement Park 7 Lawrence Gallery,The 7 Estilo Boutique 15 Legacy Gallery 8 Exposed Gallery 7 Legend at Arrowhead,The 22 F-1 Race Factory 20 Legend Trail Golf Club 22 Fair Trade Café 35 Lincoln Family YMCA 21 Femme de Paris 15 Lindsay Lou Scottsdale 15 Fez 35, 41 Los Olivos Hand Car Wash 15, 18 Fiesta Bowl Block Party 5 Lost Leaf,The 45 Firebirds Wood Fired Grill 35 Lush Burger 36 Firehouse Gallery 7 Made Art Boutique 15 Fleming’s 35, 42 Magnum’s 34 FNB 35 Maizie’s 37, 40 Fogo de Chao 35 Majerle’s 45 Foothills Golf Club 22 Marcella’s Italian Kitchen 37 Foothills Recreation & Aquatics Center 20 Margaret T. Hance Park 21 Foothills Sk8 Court Plaza 20 Margaritaville 38 Forever 21 15 Marshall LeKae Gallery 8 Four Peaks Brewing Company 44 Martini Ranch 28, 45 Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale 20 Mary Coyle Ice Cream 37 Frances 14, 15 Mastro’s City Grill 37, 41 Frank & Albert’s 35, 43 Mastro’s Ocean Club 37, 41 French Designer Jewelry 15 Mastro’s Steakhouse 34, 37, 41 G2 Gallery 7 Matador Restaurant 37, 42 Gallo Blanco Café 35 May Gallery 8 Garage Boutique 15 McCormick Ranch Golf Club 22 Garfield Galleria 7 McDuffy’s Peoria 37 George & Dragon 36, 45 Medlock Plaza 4 Ghost Lounge 45 Mesa Arts Center 5, 29 Glendale Police Museum 7 Mission,The 37 Glendale Visitor Center 11

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Modified Arts 8 Moon Saloon,The 37 Mrs.White’s Golden Rule 37 Musical Instrument Museum 5, 6, 8, 48 Myst 32, 45 Networks Bar & Grill 37 New To You 15 Nike 15 Noca 38 Nordstrom 15 North Modern Italian 37 O’Donoghue’s Irish Pub 44 Oasis Gymnastics & Sports Center 21 Oh My Dog Boutique 15, 18 Open Book Café 37 Orange Tree Golf Resort 22 Oregano’s Pizza Bistro 34 Orpheum Theatre 8, 29 Ostrovsky Fine Art 8 Overland Gallery 8 PaperCrazy 16 Park West Mall 16, 33 Paul Scott Gallery 8 Pedro’s 34 Peoria Center for the Performing Arts 8 Peoria Historical Society Museum 8 Peoria Main Library 8 Peoria Recreation 21 Peoria Sports Complex 21 Perry Monge Salon 16 Petite Maison 37 Phoenicia Association 16 Phoenix Art Museum 8 Phoenix Convention Center 29 Phoenix International Raceway 21 Phoenix Opera 8 Phoenix Rock Gym 20 Phoenix Suns 21 Phoenix Symphony 8 Phoenix Theatre 8 Phoenix Zoo 8 Pink House 16 Pink Spot 37 Pizzeria Bianco 37 Pleasant Harbor Marina 21 Poisoned Pen,The 30 Polar Ice 21 Pomo Pizzeria 38 Postino Central 38, 40 Practical Art 16, 17 Prado Restaurant 38 Pump It Up 21 Pussycat Lounge 45 Queen Creek Performing Arts Center 30 Rainbow Ryders 20 Rancho de Tia Rosa 38 Rebar 38, 40, 45 Red Hot Robot 16 Regala 16 Renee’s Grand Tavern 45 Renegade Canteen 38 Revo Burrito 38 Revolver Lounge 45 Revolver Records 16, 19 Rhythm Room,The 44, 45 RnR Restaurant 32, 38 Roaring Fork 39 Rokerij,The 39 Rollerplex 21 Rolling Hills Golf Course 22 Roosevelt,The 44, 45 Rose & Crown 45 Rosson House 8 Roy’s 39 Rúla Búla 34, 39 Sahuaro Ranch Park 8 Saks Fifth Avenue 16 San Tan Flat Saloon & Grill 44

San Tan Village 16 Sanctuary at Westworld 22 Saks Fifth Avenue 14 Sandbar Mexican Grill 39 Sandbar 32, 45 Sassi 38, 39 Satara Thai Cuisine 39 Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show 31 Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts 8, 28 Scottsdale Cigars 34 Scottsdale Downtown 10 Scottsdale Fashion Square 16 Scottsdale Museum of Contemp. Art 5, 8, 12 Scottsdale Public Art Commission 12 Scottsdale Quarter 14, 16 Scottsdale Stadium 21 Scottsdale Waterfront 12, 14 Seamus McCaffrey’s 39, 45 Shemer Art Museum 8 Side Bar 45 Sirens & Saints 16 Skin Frenzy 16 Skye Fine Dining 39 Sleepy Dog Saloon & Brewery 44 Smashburger 36 Smeeks 16 Snapdragon 16, 18 So-oh! Fashion 14 Spinato’s Pizza 39 Spinners on the Green 20 Sportsmagick 16 Spotlight Youth Theatre 21 St. Francis 34 Stax Burger Bistro 36 Steele Indian School Park 21 Stinkweeds 16 Stockyards 39 Stone Rose Lounge 45 Stupid Cupid 16 Suede Restaurant & Lounge 32, 45 SunUp Brewing Co. 45 Surprise Aquatic Center 21 Sushi Roku 39 Switch Restaurant 39 Symphony Hall 30 Taliesin West 4, 8 Tammie Coe Cakes 39, 42 Tasting Room,The 39, 42 Tee Pee Tap Room 39 Tempe Marketplace 16 Temper Center for the Arts 6 Theater League 30 Theater Works 8 Theatre Artists Studio 30 Tiburon 34 Ticoz Resto-Bar 39 Tommy Bahama’s Tropical Café 39 Tonto Bar & Grill 39, 43 Torch Theatre 8 Tour Academy TPC Scottsdale 22 Trendy Tag Boutique 16 True Food Kitchen 39 Turf Accountant 45 Turf Irish Pub,The 39 Turf Soaring School 21 Una Bella Boutique 16 Urban Angels Boutique 16 Urban Cookies 39 Urban Yoga 16 US Airways Center 21, 29 Usery Mountain Regional Park 20 Valley Youth Theatre 8 Verde 39 Wag N’ Wash 16, 18 Waste Management Phoenix Open 5, 27 Westgate City Center 14, 16 Westworld Paintball Adventures 21 Wet N’ Wild Phoenix 21 Wigwam Celebration of Fine Arts 6 Wildlife World Zoo & Aquarium 8, 21, 33 Xeriscape Botanical Garden 8 Zang Asian Bistro 39 Zinburger 36 Zinc Bistro 39


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OPENS JANUARY 21 600 east Washington street • Phoenix, az 85004 • 602-716-2000 LIMITED ENGAGEMENT

The most extraordinary museum you’ll ever hear. Enter MIM and discover an incomparable new experience that will delight your senses. With more than 10,000 instruments and cultural treasures in MIM’s collection, you’ll enjoy music from every country in the world using the latest audio and visual technology. See people playing their native instruments. Attend a live performance in the state-of-the-art MIM Music Theater. Even make a little music of your own. It’s a fun, new way to discover the powerful and uniting force of the world’s music.

MUSICAL INS TRUMENT MUSEUM | 480.478.6000 | Open Daily 4725 E. Mayo Blvd., Phoenix, AZ 85050 Corner of Tatum & Mayo Blvds., just south of the 101 in Phoenix

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