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Dining with a View at elements

elements has truly become an Arizona classic. Perched on the north side of Camelback Mountain inside the iconic Sanctuary Resort, this restaurant features ingredient-driven cuisine produced by award-winning  Chef Beau MacMillan. He and his talented culinary team transform some of the world’s best organic produce, hormone-free meats, and sustainably sourced seafood into beautifully indulgent works of art.

A few stars on the elements dinner menu include the daikon and honey crisp apple salad, blistered …

Chef Richard Garcia’s Favorite Local Restaurants

No one knows food better than a chef! That’s why we asked our own Chef de Cuisine Richard Garcia of ZuZu about his favorite spots around town.


Where do you like to go for barbecue?

Rudy’s. They’re based in Albuquerque and have two locations in the Valley (one in Chandler and one in Goodyear). They have the best brisket, I haven’t seen anyone else come close!

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Save up to 30% With Our Sweet Suite Deal

The Tower is the artful hotel within a hotel. With the Sweet Suite Deal, you’ll save up to 30% off our prevailing rates for a Tower Suite, Loft Suite, and the Presidential Loft Suite.

Loft Suite East Living Room + Kitchen

Experience modern luxury with a dash of mid-century cool. Each suite features a full kitchen, living room, walk-in closet, washer/dryer, and private balconies with …

Chef Wiley’s Favorite Arizona Restaurants

Executive Chef Charles Wiley of ZuZu is known for being passionate about great ingredients and classic food preparation. Get the inside scoop on his favorite restaurants in the Valley:

What’s your favorite Asian restaurant?
Sushi-Ko
. They’ve got amazing hamachi and salmon skin rolls, and they’re one of the only places in town that serves ama-ebi. Their mirugi is so tender. Dai-San will just warm it a bit and serve it with a yellow miso sauce. They also have the freshest, sweetest uni.

Kimber Lanning of Local First Arizona Shares Her Favorite Spots in the Valley

We sat down with Kimber Lanning to find out about her favorite local places around town. She’s the founder and executive director of Local First Arizonaand also owns Stinkweeds and Modified Arts. We’re a proud member of Local First, a non-profit that supports local businesses to help build vibrant communities.

Kimber Lanning

What is your favorite coffee shop?
My big secret …