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Limited Number of VIP Tickets Still Available for the Sold-Out Devoured Culinary Classic

BY : Marissa Stempien | 2014

Every year from March 1-8, the Phoenix Art Museum holds its annual Devoured Culinary Classic that showcases fine food and drink businesses in the Arizona area, while highlighting the city as an international dining destination. Holding four major...

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The Robotic Valet at Sterling Collection at Silverleaf Can't Wait to Park Your Car

BY : Mila Pantovich | 2014

Staring at pictures of a possible future home is fine, but compared to the above video, photos are a joke. The Sterling Collection at Silverleaf is the newest condominium community to open in Scottsdale, and judging by the cool features (like...

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Snatch Up One of Aerium Residences 27 Luxury Residences Before They're Gone

BY : Marissa Stempien | 2014

Those in the market for a new home in the Scottsdale area might want to think about snapping up one of the new luxury townhomes in the downtown area. Aerium is one of the newest lifestyle communities developed by Landmark Homes...

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Zip Around in a 2010 Ferrari California While a Guest at Scottsdale's Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain Resort

BY : Mila Pantovich | 2014

It's one thing to stay in a luxury hotel while on vacation, but it's another to get a free luxury car to zoom around while you're there. Scottsdale's Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain resort is offering their guests access to a 2010...

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Delice Bistro Will Stay Open Late on Weekends to Serve After-Hour Bar Goers

BY : Marissa Stempien | 2014

For Saturday night bar goers, the evening usually comes to a close with one last drink and a stop at a fast food chain or whatever grease-ridden, poorly lit diner is still open at that hour. But now Tempe residents (and nearby college students) have...

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POSH Restaurant Hosts Exclusive Dinner in Honor of Auguste Escoffier

BY : Marissa Stempien | 2014

Foodies and chefs with a penchant for French cuisine have no doubt heard of Auguste Escoffier, a legend in the culinary world. Considered the father of modern French cuisine, he’s been nicknamed “The Chef of Kings and the King of...

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Bently Scottsdale Polo Championships Brings More Fun With Canine Couture & Food Championships

BY : JustLuxe Team | 2014

This weekend is getting kicked off with the Bently Scottsdale Polo Championships, an event that is apparently trying to rebrand the sport. By adding a car show preview, World Food Championships, and a canine couture fashion show (that's right,...

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The Striking Fairmont Scottsdale Princess is a Great Choice for the Health-Conscious Traveler

BY : Merilee Kern | 2014

Luxurious spas are de rigueur at any high-end resort; however, the Well & Being Spa at The Fairmont Scottsdale Princess takes the integrative spa-and-fitness experience to an impressive level. Arizona's stark beauty...

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Divine Dining at the Second Story Liquor Bar in Scottsdale

BY : Merilee Kern | 2014

Crazy. Sexy. Cool. No, I’m not referring to the gals of the famed pop music trio TLC, but rather Scottsdale’s hottest new haunt, The Second Story Liquor Bar. This eclectic eatery is trending as the see-and-be-seen Old town Scottsdale...

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The Seductive CAKE Nightclub in Scottsdale May Just Cure Your Sweet Tooth

BY : Nicolle Monico | 2014

Contrary to its name, which suggests a frosted sugary pastry served on special occasions, the new CAKE Nightclub in Scottsdale is anything but sweet; but you may feel just as naughty when indulging in this adult treat....

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Warm Up This Winter With a Desert Getaway at J.W. Marriott Camelback Inn

BY : Victor and Mary | 2014

“Take me back to Camelback,” has been our mantra ever since cruising home to Los Angeles after a recent visit to Scottsdale, Arizona. We recently enjoyed two relaxing nights at J.W. Marriott Camelback Inn Resort & Spa, a...

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Arizona Biltmore to Host the State's First Concours d'Elegance in January

BY : Jared Paul Stern | 2013

Every January, new world records are set in the Phoenix/Scottsdale area during the many major collector car auctions that take place. In Scottsdale in 2013 a 1958 Ferrari 250 GT LWB California Spider sold for a record-breaking $8.25 million at...

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