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ScapeGoat | A Hidden Gem

Looking for a great local spot where you can enjoy a drink in a relaxed, cozy atmosphere? Opened in 2016, ScapeGoat is tucked away in a skinny storefront on Fifth Avenue. This tiny bar offers an exceptional experience and has quickly become one of Downtown Scottsdale’s hidden gems.

Serving only craft beers and wine, ScapeGoat offers an intimate neighborhood bar feel, plus a selection of small plates ideal for sharing with friends. While the Meat & Cheese Board …

Flower Child | Healthy Food for a Happy World

Looking for healthy food that not only tastes great but that you can enjoy in a beautiful, bohemian atmosphere? Then look no further than Flower Child by Fox Restaurant Concepts, a farm-to-table-based spot serving up “healthy food for a happy world”.

The restaurant is famous for its gluten-free wraps, and Flower Child’s Flying Avocado Wrap is no exception. Created with smoked turkey, gouda, romaine, tomato and avocado hummus, this wrap packs fresh punch. Another fan-favorite for foodies of all …

ZuZu’s Bloody Mary + Mimosa Bar

“Sip, Sip, Hooray!” is a thought that crosses the minds of those who are able to indulge with “the hair of the dog” after a night out.  While there’s nothing quite like a big cheeseburger to battle the effects of a dreaded hangover, it’s certainly hard to pass up an entire (DIY) bar dedicated to Ketel One bloody marys and refreshing mimosas.

Gone are the …

El Panzon y Frida Now Open in Downtown Scottsdale

Looking for a new dining spot in Downtown Scottsdale? El Panzon y Frida is a bright, colorful space with inspired global fare. A special hand-painted wall mural is dedicated to Mexican artist and feminist icon, Frida Kahlo, whose work serves as the inspiration behind the restaurant’s name and menu.

The cuisine is diverse and bold, including a wonderful Grilled Octopus flown in …

La Locanda: Northern Italy meets Scottsdale

Executive Chef Andrea Volpi and Chef Guillermo Alcala have returned to Scottsdale with a bright, new version of La Locanda. Known for being a distinctive dining experience which, in their own words, captures the soul of an Italian grandmother dancing the tango with Sinatra hipsters, this restaurant certainly isn’t one to disappoint.

Grilled calamari, roasted beet, blood orange and ricotta salad, and bucatini all’Amatriciana were among …