This past weekend’s newly minted Devoured Culinary Classic was a celebration of local eateries, Arizona wineries and demonstrations from some of the Valley’s most lauded chefs.
Aaron May, one of Scottsdale’s most recognized chefs, is opening two spots in CityScape and participating at the Devoured Culinary Classic.
No matter how old you get, the allure of breakfast for dinner never lessens. The exciting feeling one gets straying from the typical meal schedule is what drove many Phoenicians to the “PJs and Eggs: Breakfast for Dinner” event, sponsored by Hickman Family Farms.
If you happened to be wandering through the streets of downtown Phoenix last Third Friday, there is a good chance you may have seen a group of foodies hopping from one spot to another well into the night.
There’s a decent chance you may have even recognized one or two of them as the masterminds behind some of the Valley’s best restaurants. This was the first incarnation of the downtown chef crawl, and it kicked off with a glorious mix of late-night noshing, old-fashioned exploration and drinks, drinks and more drinks.