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Arizona Cocktail Week Returns

Gather ’round, cocktail fans, for the 4th annual Arizona Cocktail Week! Sample tasty concoctions from bars across the U.S., enhance your cocktail expertise, and browse the latest and greatest tonics and bitters.

Arizona Cocktail Week

Don’t miss the Cocktail Carnival happening at the OH Pool on Saturday, February 14, with games, aerial performers, and countless cocktail tastings. Sunday night, join us for …

Ride the Free Scottsdale Day Tripper Trolley

The free Scottsdale Day Tripper is a great way to get around town, connecting Downtown and North Scottsdale now through April 1! The trolley departs from Scottsdale Fashion Square every 15 minutes from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., then heads north on Scottsdale Road, making stops at The Shops at Gainey Village, Kierland Commons, Scottsdale Quarter, the Scottsdale Promenade, and the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess. Visit the website to see the full route map and plan your trip.

Bootleggers in Old Town Scottsdale

Bootleggers Modern American Smokehouse opened this location (their second) in 2013. The décor is a cool mix of modern and rustic, and there is a lovely patio with a fireplace, smoker, and twinkle lights. As soon as you walk into the restaurant, you can smell the delicious aroma of barbecue.

Bootleggers

Chef Brian Dean and Mixologist Jason Horton (formerly of T. Cook’s) serve upscale barbecue and …

“Fashioned in America” at Phoenix Art Museum

The Phoenix Art Museum has a wonderful new exhibition about garments made here in the U.S. called “Fashioned in America“. You can see over 30 contemporary ensembles and accessories ranging from casual to high fashion, including pieces by Oscar de la Renta, J. Mendel, Nanette Lepore, and Monique Lhuillier.

Monique LhuillierMonique Lhuillier (Filipino, born 1971), Evening Dress,
Spring, 2013. 
Digitally printed silk chiffon.
Gift of Monique Lhuillier. Photo by Ken Howie.

The Phoenix Art Museum …