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I'll Have What They're Having

Get an insider's guide to the Phoenix dining scene as top local chefs dish on everything from their favorite lunch spot to the best restaurant for date night.

Upcoming Events

Summer Ends Music Festival

Popular hip hop and alternative rock acts will send off the summer in style with a four-day waterfront music festival, featuring Kanye West, Hozier, Jimmy Eat World, Spoon, J. Cole and more.

Arizona Restaurant Week

Local eateries participating in this week of feasts are dishing up special three-course meals to satisfy any palate. Foodies can tuck in to seafood, Southwestern, international fare and  more from over 100 of the state's celebrated restaurants.

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Best Scenic Views in Phoenix

Your next Instagram-worthy photo op awaits. We'll show you where to hike to new heights, dine in style, or kick back on a rooftop lounge to soak in Phoenix's best views.

Organ Stop Pizza

The Sonoran Hot Dog: A Southwest Icon

A mighty Wurlitzer pipe organ takes center stage at Organ Stop Pizza, where diners flock for a musical show (and a good pizza). Read more about the pipes and pies in a new guest post from our friends at Bite Magazine.

Labor Day in Phoenix

Summer may be ending, but we're not done having fun in the sun. Enjoy the long holiday weekend with pool parties, festivals, food and more on our guide to top things to do for Labor Day.

Before metro Phoenix became the bustling metropolis it is now, the region was home to several American Indian cultures. Take a step back in time and learn about the history of the native people who called this land home. - See more at: http://www.thehotsheetblog.com/experience-american-indian-culture-in-phoenix/#sthash.Vnnl45KU.dpuf
Before metro Phoenix became the bustling metropolis it is now, the region was home to several American Indian cultures. Take a step back in time and learn about the history of the native people who called this land home. - See more at: http://www.thehotsheetblog.com/experience-american-indian-culture-in-phoenix/#sthash.Vnnl45KU.dpuf

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