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Category: Food, Restaurants & Dining

  • Run Don’t Walk To the Third Annual Pub Crawl

    Looking for something fun to do this Friday night? For about a buck a bar you can participate in the Third Annual Downtown Pub Crawl featuruing 15 of Downtown's finest purveyors of beer, wine and spirits. Join a couple hundred of your new best friends for a night filled with laughter and libations. more >

  • Great Holiday Gift Deals Downtown

    With the holidays nearly upon us, money is getting even tighter. Here are some recommendations for gifts you can pick up Downtown for just a little cash. more >

  • My First Experience at Matt’s Big Breakfast

    It is said that good things come in small packages. I do not mind small packages but when it comes to breakfast (lunch & dinner) I like big, greasy portions. To quote Ed O’Neil in the movie Dutch, “Nothing burps like bacon…” more >

  • Lessen Your Impact, Eat Locally Grown Food

    This week is No Impact Week: A challenge for people to live one-week with as little impact on the earth as possible. What does that mean? No trash, no online shopping, foregoing your vehicle and eating healthy food produced locally. more >

  • Artlinks First Fridays at Bentley’s Lounge in Phoenix – Nov. 2009-Jan. 2010

    The Artists of the Black Community/Arizona (A.B.C./AZ) will be hosting ARTLINKS FIRST FRIDAYS at Bentley's Lounge, 308 N. 2nd Ave., Phoenix from 6-10 PM in November, December and January 2010: more >

  • Royal at the Market Brews a Sustainable Business

    Today I took a break from my busy day to enjoy a latte at a small coffee bar located in the new Phoenix Public Market. Brewed to perfection and topped with a lovely decorative swirl, I instantly knew this was no ordinary caffeinated drink. more >

  • Grand Opening of the Phoenix Public Market

    Next week will be big for Downtown Phoenix. After years of waiting, downtown has its own brick-and-mortar grocery store. On Tuesday, October 27th, the Phoenix Public Market Urban Grocery and Wine Bar officially opens. more >

  • Faces of Downtown: Anna Lee

    Anna Lee has been a fixture in Downtown Phoenix since 1928 when she and her husband, Kai, opened Sing High, a Cantonese-style restaurant. more >

  • Word on the Street: Hidden Gem

    I have a soft spot for neighborhood businesses. My father owned one. So did my grandfather. Maybe that’s why I found Fair Trade Café so darned irresistible. more >

  • Come get that new Championship glow!

    If you haven't already heard, Game 1 of the WNBA Championship was amazing. more >