Let’s face it, sometimes the time gets away from us and before you know it, it’s ten o’clock and all of your favorite restaurants are closed. So where does one go to get a late night meal in Phoenix? Here’s a list of places where you can dine late into the night.
Open until 1:30 a.m. seven nights a week, Hanny’s serves food like appetizers, pizzas, sandwiches and dessert until 1 a.m.
Copper Blues may be known for its more than 60 taps and live music, but they also serve a tasty bites late-night menu midnight to 2 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.
Enjoy Irish fare like Shepherd’s Pie, corned beef and cabbage or one of their salads or sandwiches until midnight. Stay and enjoy a Guinness to wash it all down until 2 a.m. seven days a week.
Another downtown Phoenix Irish pub, Turf serves their regular menu until 10 p.m. and appetizers until 12 a.m., Sunday – Thursday, then Friday and Saturday you can enjoy the regular menu until 11 p.m. and appetizers until 1 a.m. The bar serves drinks until 2 a.m daily.
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Whether you’re looking for home cooked comfort food to-go, a luxurious dinner out on the town, a day of family fun or a healthy way to burn off those extra holiday calories, Phoenix has it all for your turkey-day weekend.
Thanksgiving Day brunches and dinners
Thanksgiving Day Harvest Feast
Celebrate Thanksgiving at the Heard Museum with a menu that incorporates American Indian culture and indigenous ingredients.
Thanksgiving Day at Capital Grille
The Capital Grille in Phoenix will be featuring handcrafted traditional Thanksgiving fare as well as a a la carte dinner menu.
Thanksgiving Brunch at bistro 24
Dig in to a feast at the Ritz-Carlton Phoenix's bistro 24 with a Thanksgiving prix fixe brunch.
Thanksgiving Brunch Buffet at The Scottsdale Plaza Resort
The resort's Garden Court Restaurant brunch will feature carving station serving roasted turkey with giblet gravy and orange peel cranberry sauce, blackened prime rib with rosemary au jus, and pit ham with pecan cane syrup. Traditional sides and desserts will also be available.
Thanksgiving Dinner at Remington's
Remington's at The Scottsdale Plaza Resort will be offering a three-course dinner with selections of traditional holiday entrees, delicious apple, pumpkin, and pecan pie and live jazz entertainment.
Thanksgiving Brunch at the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess
Four dynamic restaurants and five talented chefs come together to present a Thanksgiving feast. Chefs from BOURBON STEAK, La Hacienda, The Grill at the TPC and Ironwood American Kitchen will each bring their own special culinary talents and themed menus to the table.
Popular food truck Short Leash Dogs now has a permanent eatery where you can enjoy their naan wrapped gourmet hot dogs. Sit…Stay is located on Roosevelt Row and has an expanded menu of gourmet hot dogs, corn pups, soups, salads and more. They also share space with The Pie Hole, the permanent location of Mama Toledo’s food truck.
Although fall temps have officially arrived in Phoenix, locals are often alerted to the start of the season by the appearance of pumpkin flavored food and drinks. Now that we’re well into October, there are plenty of places in Phoenix to get your pumpkin fix.
(Please keep in mind many of these items are seasonal and may or may not be available when you visit. It’s best to call and check first.)
During the month-long CALA Alliance Festival, the area's Latino community is celebrated with a variety of artistic, culinary and musical events. One of the highlights of the festival is ¡Sabor! A Culinary Journey of the Americas, where top chefs from around the state put their personal touches on signature dishes from the Americas.
We'll be bringing you sneak peeks of ¡Sabor! over the coming weeks with recipes from some of the chefs participating in the event. So don't fret if you can't make it to the event, as you'll be able to whip up these tasty dishes yourself. Today we feature Michael Cairns of Montelucia Resort & Spa.
Chef Cairns oversees five dining venues at Montelucia, including the resort’s signature AAA Four Diamond restaurant, Prado, and the resort’s newest eatery, CENTRO Lounge. Some of chef Cairns' career highlights include being honored at the prestigious James Beard House in New York in 2004 and being awarded the "Best Chef" Critic's Choice Award at the Vail Wine & Food Festival in 2003.
Prado Salmon and Spinach Salad Recipe
Spinach & Toasted Walnuts
2 Heads of Baby Spinach
½ Cup of Dried Blueberries
½ Red Onion, Sliced Thin
2 Bell Peppers (1 Red, 1 Yellow) Fine Slice
1 Cup Toasted Walnuts
½ Cup Fresh Squeeze Lemon Juice
1/3 Cup Olive Oil
2 Tablespoons of Apple Cider Vinegar
1 Tablespoon Soy Sauce
2 EA Garlic Clove Minced
1 Teaspoon Salt
1 Teaspoon Honey or Cane Sugar
Toss spinach in mixing bowl with blueberries and onions and half of the dressing an hour before serving, lightly wilting the spinach. Toss with bell peppers, walnuts right before serving and apply the remainder of the dressing.