A popular destination for conferences — and Canadian snowbirds — the Phoenix area is home to almost 200 golf courses and is one of the sunniest cities in the world.
Our food critic sampled 200 burgers at restaurants across Phoenix in search of the best. These are the top 25.
Whether you’re in the mood for tacos, pasta, or a three-and-a-half-hour dining experience from a James Beard Award-winning chef, these are the spots to visit in this rising culinary city.
In a unanimous vote, the Mesa City Council has selected Lincoln Property Company and Harvard Investments to develop 28.2 acres of city-owned land in the heart of the Riverview mixed-use district in Mesa, Arizona.
Damian Serafine has opened Serafina, a coffee shop where he roasts the beans in seven-pound batches. The shop is small but cozy and offers some really fresh coffee.
Located inside the historic Luhrs Building, the 10-storey brick and stone structure that was Phoenix’s first-ever high rise, Bitter and Twisted serves superior drinks in stylish surroundings.
Unique, booze-infused venues, including traditional bars, speakeasies and distilleries, await groups that would like to toast over delicious handcrafted cocktails after a meeting.