Hollywood Costume at the Phoenix Art Museum

Going to the museum just got a lot more interesting! “Hollywood Costume is a spectacular temporary exhibition at the Phoenix Art Museum. As you enter, a large screen plays scenes from cinema’s past and present. “Backstage” is where the show really begins! You are gently led through a series of “acts”, wonderfully enhanced by digital technology. The first act describes how the designers start the process …

Authentic Mexican Fare at Barrio Queen

We love the food at Barrio Queen in Downtown Scottsdale, a take on classic Mexican street fare. This is chef/owner Silvana Salcido Esparza’s second restaurant; she opened the acclaimed Barrio Cafe in Phoenix in 2002.

Barrio Queen

The menu includes tacos, burritos, enchiladas, tortas, and more. Mixing and matching tacos is a great way to try different flavors (there are eighteen of them). The Suadero Azteca is …

Father’s Day Brunch & Dinner at ZuZu

Our fathers have done so much for us throughout our lives. Show dad your appreciation by bringing him to ZuZu, voted “Best Place to Take Your Dad to Brunch,” by the New Times “Best of Phoenix”. We’ll be serving up some tasty specials for brunch and dinner, along with the regular menus. Don’t forget about our famous Bloody Mary + Mimosa Bar, featuring $6 custom drinks from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. You can also treat dad to 90 minutes of services at VH Spa for $99, including …

Cornish Pasty Co. in Downtown Scottsdale

Have you heard of Cornish Pasty Co.? Cornwall native Dean Thomas opened his first spot in Tempe in 2005, and recently opened a location just one block from the hotel. A pasty (pronounced “pass-tee”), is a traditional food from Cornwall, England that dates to the 13th century. Tin miners would bring them to work to eat on their break. One end was savory, containing meat and vegetables, while the other end was sweet. Today, pasties are savory throughout.

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