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New Gluten-Free Menus in ZuZu

Stop by ZuZu and try our new gluten-free menus!

Join us for breakfast and choose savory or sweet, with dishes like omelets, Beef Short Rib Hash, and Stuffed French Toast with lemon cream cheese and fresh berries.

Gluten-Free Stuffed French Toast

Lunch favorites like burgers and sandwiches are now available gluten-free, including a Bacon Cheeseburger with Virginia bacon, balsamic onions, and Tillamook cheddar; and a B.L.T. …

Espresso, Beer & Wine at Cartel Coffee Lab

Cartel Coffee Lab has several shops around town, including one in Downtown Scottsdale. This is a great place to enjoy not only a coffee or latte, but also craft beer, wine, and tea.

Cartel Coffee Lab

Cartel is serious about its coffee. All baristas are trained extensively and many are certified with the Barista Guild of America. They make excellent espresso, lattes, and coffee, serving …

Your Home Base for Spring Training

Spring training is back in the Valley! We always look forward to the return of the Cactus League and all the fans it brings to sunny Scottsdale. Hotel Valley Ho is less than a mile from Scottsdale Stadium, the venue for the San Francisco Giants. Also within a short drive is the Phoenix Municipal Stadium, Salt River Fields, Tempe Diablo Stadium, and Cubs Park.

See a Show at Rockbar in Scottsdale

Looking for a cool spot to see local and national bands? Rockbar in Downtown Scottsdale is a great venue that has shows throughout the week, including rock, country, acoustic, and more.

Rockbar

Rockbar is open every day, so you can stop in for a drink even if there isn’t a show. They have a huge rooftop patio with a bar and pool table. On the weekends …

A Taste of Sonoma County

Chef Wiley likes to let ingredients speak for themselves; he calls it the “lost art of un-embellishment”. The art of simplicity can also be applied to wine. Mark Lyon, the winemaker for both Sebastiani and Chalk Hill Sonoma Coast Wines, will be joining us for A Taste of Sonoma County on March 10. He and his father bought a 122-acre vineyard in Alexander Valley back in 1980, and Mark’s hands-on management of the vineyard has allowed him to develop a tremendous knowledge of wine, particularly Bordeaux varietals. …