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Category: Food, Restaurants & Dining

  • Just Announced: Lost Lake Festival Lineup Brings Chance the Rapper, The Killers, Major Lazer to Phoenix

    The lineup for the inaugural Lost Lake Festival in Phoenix has been announced. From Superfly, the creators of other major music festivals Bonnaroo and Outside Lands, the three-day music festival is slated to rock Phoenix’s Steele Indian School Park October 20-22. Over three days, festival goers can lose themselves in more than 40 musical acts, culinary experiences, […] more >

  • Downtown Living: en Hance Park Modern Condominiums

    Life at en Hance Park condos is like having front row seats to downtown's art and culture events. more >

  • Feast Your Eyes on Five New (And Crazy) Things to Eat at Chase Field

    Not going to lie: I know nothing about baseball (or sport in general, really). But there’s something I love about catching a D-backs game at Chase Field… For this Aussie raised in the outback, it all just feels so darn American. And speaking of which, what would American baseball be without outrageous food? I don’t […] more >

  • Take a Walking Tour with the Downtown Phoenix Ambassadors

    The Downtown Phoenix Ambassadors are kind of like urban experts. We can help you find a parking spot, make a dining recommendation, walk you to your car, or even take you on a fun guided tour. My passion is history, so I came up with this walking tour based on its proximity to historic buildings, […] more >

  • Make the Most of Art Detour Weekend with These Fun Events

    While March certainly does mean music in Downtown Phoenix (here’s proof), it’s also a month brimming with arts and culture events. The weekend of March 16-19 is no exception with Phoenix’s original art walk — Art Detour— bringing numerous events and activities to greater Downtown Phoenix for a three-day arts and culture experience. Hosted by […] more >

  • 7 Things That Might Surprise You About McDowell Mountain Music Festival

      McDowell Mountain Music Festival (M3F) returns to Margaret T. Hance Park in Downtown Phoenix March 3-5 for another weekend of must-hear music, community building and fun. In its fourteenth year, M3F is known for its eclectic lineup of music. This year is no different with national headliners like Flume, The Shins, Chromeo, Grouplove plus more than 10 […] more >

  • Have You Heard? The Dressing Room is Now Open in Roosevelt Row

    (Photo: Lauren Potter) Almost three years in the making, The Dressing Room recently opened its doors in Roosevelt Row, serving up a delectable menu of food, beer, wine and cocktails. Sandwiched between monOrchid gallery and iLuminate apartments, the space may be small, but its impact on the community has been huge. Most recently, the building was used […] more >

  • A Fresh Start: New, Healthy and Fun Things to do This Season

    It’s officially winter, so whip out your mukluks and prepare for the icy cold blizzards. JK. We live in a beautiful urban desert brimming with vibrant culture and events just waiting to be discovered. From romantic picnics in the park to music and food festivals galore — there’s no shortage of new, healthy and fun things to […] more >

  • Party Like it’s 2017: Your Guide to New Year’s Eve in Downtown Phoenix

    New Year's Eve is the ultimate party night but that means different things to different people. Luckily, Downtown Phoenix has a little something for everyone. more >

  • Discover More Than Just Homes at Skyline Lofts

    From a hair salon to a coffee shop, the ground floor at the Skyline Lofts Apartments at Fourth and Fillmore Streets boasts a number of new and unexpected businesses. more >