Food, Restaurants & Dining

Food, Restaurants & Dining Fara IllichOctober 5, 2009
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. Click here for more info.

Food, Restaurants & Dining Fara IllichOctober 1, 2009
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. Click here for more info.

Food, Restaurants & Dining Fara IllichSeptember 30, 2009
Come get that new Championship glow!

If you haven't already heard, Game 1 of the WNBA Championship was amazing. Click here for more info.

Food, Restaurants & Dining Fara IllichSeptember 23, 2009
Crazy Good Phoenix Food #2

If you are a Phoenix foodie, and haven’t been to The Parlor Pizzeria, it seems you are in the minority. Click here for more info.

Food, Restaurants & Dining Fara IllichSeptember 22, 2009
Local Breeze Patio Cafe – A Breath of Fresh Air in Downtown Phoenix

Local Breeze Patio Cafe is one of the coolest restaurants you'll ever visit in Downtown Phoenix! Click here for more info.

Food, Restaurants & Dining Fara IllichSeptember 11, 2009
Downtown Mishap Turned Adventure!

The plan was to start at 1130, a bar in the Arizona Center that advertised $5 cosmos and $3 wines, go to the show and laugh, and then go to whatever bar looked fun. Click here for more info.

Food, Restaurants & Dining Fara IllichSeptember 8, 2009
Crazy Good Phoenix Food

This blog is about Phoenix history and lore told with a twist—through fascinating conversations and glimpses into Arizona’s past from the unique perspective of a group of my native Phoenician in-laws, specifically three formidable women affectionately called the “Crazies” in our family (more on that later). Click here for more info.

Food, Restaurants & Dining Fara IllichSeptember 3, 2009
First Friday Fun

It's July 3rd, First Friday night! There are so many different groups, and this is why I love Phoenix's First Friday. There are Goths, followed by a family, then a high school couple, then a street show featuring roller blades and tutus. Watching the crowds go by is better than watching TV. Click here for more info.

Food, Restaurants & Dining Fara IllichSeptember 3, 2009
My Downtown

When I first moved to Phoenix, I only came downtown once a quarter. On those visits, I would just do my business and leave the area. Nowadays, I visit the area a couple of times a month and stay for a spell. The addition of the light rail gives the area a little extra oomph, although I’m still trying to navigate my way through the labyrinth of one-way streets and construction zones. Click here for more info.

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