Being a millennial restauranteur has its edge, including youthful ambition and an eye for what's next. Meet Kaitlin and Teddy Myers, founders of Chico Malo and Wren and Wolf, two of Downtown's Phoenix's hottest restaurants. Click here for more info.
The artists and the breweries shall inherit downtown. Almost as an act of magic, a few key breweries started gaining traction almost overnight several years back throughout the Roosevelt and... continue reading. Click here for more info.
In Downtown Phoenix, restaurants are expanding and old spaces are getting new life. Well on the way to becoming a foodie playground, a restaurant is opening or coming soon on... continue reading. Click here for more info.
Caesars Sportsbook at Chase Field is officially open. The two-story entertainment destination is located adjacent to Chase Field in Downtown Phoenix and is now the largest freestanding sportsbook in Arizona... continue reading. Click here for more info.
The 10th Annual Urban Wine Walk gets uncorked Saturday at 1 p.m. but before you and your entourage sip and saunter your way through downtown’s original self-guided wine tasting tour,... continue reading. Click here for more info.
Sake Haus is a brand new sushi, sake and Japanese whisky joint on Roosevelt Row. Click here for more info.
Back in 2010, when Downtown Phoenix was a vastly different place, Urban Wine Walk made its debut as “a light rail-based grape extravaganza featuring 11 up-and-coming wine destinations in Downtown... continue reading. Click here for more info.
Aaron DeFeo of Little Rituals bar just rolled out an innovative new menu following three-plus months of experimentation inside his cocktail lab. Click here for more info.
Downtown Phoenix has an array of Black-owned and -operated businesses, many of which are institutions in Phoenix's cultural fabric. Click here for more info.
The state’s longest-running cocktail event returns for its tenth year over President's Day Weekend—February 19-21. Click here for more info.