Category Archives: wine

Tucson’s Skyline Country Club

We had the privilege of dining at the historic Skyline Country Club in Tucson’s Catalina Foothills. The cuisine was prepared by award-winning chef, Chef Issa Moussa and his staff, and was absolutely delicious. The city views were spectacular, and the atmosphere was relaxing.

For information on the Skyline Country Club, CLICK HERE.

Have a delicious lunch in Rincon Market’s deli at The Village at Sam Hughes

Rincon Market
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We stopped in Rincon Market recently and had a delicious “Miller’s Melt” sandwich and a salad. Both were fresh and tasty. The atmosphere there at The Village at Sam Hughes (where Rincon Market is located) is interesting and comfortable. Just a minute or two from the University of Arizona in Tucson.

For a SLIDE SHOW of the Rincon Market and other shops at The Village at Sam Hughes – Click Here

Tucsonans enjoying sushi on a comfortable winter night

People were out at La Encantada Shopping Center in Tucson’s Catalina Foothills tonight enjoying food and drinks. University of Arizona Head Football Coach Mike Stoops was one of them. There are several places to eat and drink, including RA Sushi, North, Armitage Wine Lounge & Café, Blanco Tacos and Tequila, Firebird’s Wood Fired Grill, Red Velvet Cupcakery, Frost, and AJ’s Fine Foods (where they have a nice fireplace outside).

 

RA Sushi Bar
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Acacia restaurant opens it’s doors in the Catalina Foothills

Their last day open at their St. Philips location was Thursday, January 13th. They opened the new Acacia just yesterday on Friday, January 14th. They are now located at Gallery Row, 3001 E. Skyline Drive. Find them on the Northeast corner of Skyline and Campbell.

New digs, new menu, same quality food and drink. We had the mahi-mahi tacos with a roasted jalapeno pepper, and calamari tonight. Both were excellent. They have the best view in Tucson, overlooking the city lights from nearly 3000 feet above sea level in the Catalina Foothills.

Downtown Tucson Mexican cuisine at Cafe Poca Cosa

You will find delicious Mexican cuisine at Cafe Poca Cosa on Pennington Street in downtown Tucson. Upscale, yet casual atmosphere. Friendly, attentive, and informed staff. We recommend the Chef’s sample plate if you visit for lunch.


Downtown Tucson

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For other favorite Tucson restaurants, visit TucsonMenu.com.

Take a video tour of Willcox, Arizona in Cochise County

Visit Willcox in Cochise County in Southern Arizona.

Music courtesy of Rumblefish Music Licensing Store.
Song: Flakey
Artist: Dennis Hitchcox
Album: Instrumentals Volume I

Video Tour of Sonoita, Elgin and Patagonia in Southern Arizona

Visit the Santa Cruz Valley in Southern Arizona.

Music courtesy of Rumblefish Music Licensing Store.
Song: Western
Artist: King of Hawaii
Album: Henry Call Home

St. Patrick’s Day Celebration in Fountain Hills Arizona – March 13th


Fountain Hills

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The Fountain Hills Chamber of Commerce, along with other organizations will sponsor the 2010 St. Patrick’s Day Celebration in Fountain Hills, Arizona from 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 13, 2010.

Enjoy a festive day filled with fine food, music, and fun activities that the whole family can engage in.

For more information on Fountain Hills, visit FountainHillsVacation.com.

Palm Springs Restaurant Week June 4th – 13th


Palm Springs Sunrise

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The 2010 Palm Springs Desert Resorts Restaurant Week we be held June 4th through the 13th. Promoters are hoping to have at least 100 restaurants participating. Nearly 25,000 diners enjoyed the cuisine from Palm Springs area restaurants last year.

Palm Springs, California is a four hour drive from Phoenix, and only hour and a half from many Southern California beach cities.

VisitPalmSprings.org for more information on places to see, stay and restaurants in Palm Springs.

Scottsdale prepares for Phoenix Open shopping boost


Scottsdale Quarter

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The 2010 Phoenix Open will draw hundreds of thousands of people to Phoenix and Scottsdale shops and restaurants.

Just blocks from the Open, is the new Scottsdale Quarter – a new city district, right across the street from Kierland Commons (great shops and restaurants). The stores are starting to open at the Scottsdale Quarter. The new Apple Mac store is beautiful and the Oakville Grocery was packed with customers enjoying high quality gourmet, specialty food and wine.

For information on these Scottsdale shopping areas, visit ScottsdaleVacation.com.

For information on some of our favorite restaurants while you visit Phoenix-Scottsdale, visit PhoenixMenus.com and ScottsdaleMenus.com.

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