The Devour Culinary Classic, one of Arizona's most popular culinary festivals, has a new home: Desert Botanical Garden. After eight years, the two-day event had outgrown the Phoenix Art Museum space, said Kimber Lanning, executive director of Local First Arizona, which hosts Devour. The 2018 date is set for March 3-4. "Hosting the Devour Culinary Classic at DBG will allow us to grow the event in new and exciting ways, and better showcase Arizona's culinary talent," she said in an email.
Phoenix's only underground tiki bar is celebrating its first anniversary with some new changes. UnderTow, inspired by a classic clipper ship and opened last August at 36th Street and Indian School Road, has launched a new hard-bound cocktail menu, extended hours and happy hour to honor its first year open. Run by Jason Asher, Rich Furnari and Travis Radevski, UnderTow is a tiny spot with seating for 30, hidden beneath Sip Coffee & Beer Garage.
As we near fall, the temperatures slowly begin to drop, which means festival season is here.ÂSeptember is filled with eating and drinking events for fans of craft beer and wine, Mexican and spicy foods, as well asÂ bar crawls.ÂHere are our top picks this month. See works by some of Phoenix's talented up-and-coming artists, creators and photographers, while indulging inÂ delectable chocolate treats. Guests also willÂ enjoyÂ body painting, music, portraits and face painting.
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Selecting a term
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