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Heads up Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tempe, and other cities across the state: Giant sub-style sandwiches are headed your way -- again. Comment?
The stylish little wine cafe at 3939 East Campbell Avenue is following the lead of its two other locations -- on Central Avenue and in Gilbert -- in helping to wake up those in need of farm-fresh comfort foods and five-dollar mimosas on Saturdays and Sundays. Comment?
Since Chandler's Sushi Eye in Motion closed last fall, all's been quiet on the kaiten-zushi, or conveyor belt sushi, front -- at least until now. Comment?
Some weeks just tend to bring out the criminal weirdness more than others, and this has been one of those weeks. Comment?
Restaurateurs Craig DeMarco and Lauren Bailey are at it again. The duo behind Upward Projects, the restaurant group responsible for all three Postino locations, as well as Windsor, Churn, and Federal Pizza, have announced that their latest concept, Joyride Taco House, will open inside downtown Gilbert's Historic Grainbelt Building on June 3. Comment?
Arizona's leg of Country Thunder 2013 begins Thursday in Florence, and if you haven't decided whether to go already, you have some ticket-buying decisions to make in a hurry. Comment?
Located on Scottsdale Road , the restaurant and martini bar, owned by Jim Moran, was known for its trendy atmosphere, signature blue-colored wasabi, and inventive sushi combinations with names like Eating Nemo, Shrimp Bizkit, and Get Clucked. Comment?
If there seems to be an increase of pitas, laffas, and kabobs in the Valley over the next few months, look to the northeast -- they're coming from Denver, kind of. Comment?
A 74-year-old Gilbert man moseyed into a Burger King yesterday afternoon, and told the cashier that he was just having a bad day. Comment?
When chef-restaurateur Aaron May and his partner-dad Brad opened the first Over Easy in 2007 in a former Taco Bell on 40th Street, they had an instant hit on their hands. Comment?
Former schoolteacher and healthy eating advocate Roushan Cristofellis is setting out to slim down the fast-food industry -- one drive-thru salad at a time. Comment?
Sleepy Dog Brewery, the Tempe ale house serving pooch-inspired brews like "Leg Humper," "Scootcher," and "Wet Snout," is expanding its doggy kingdom to Gilbert. Comment?
No food scores with sports fans quite like wings. Whether hot, spicy, sweet, all wings, all drumsticks, or a little of each, we've listed ten of our favorite spots for wings in the Valley that are sure to leave you cheering. Comment?
Neo-Nazi Harry Hughes is like the National Socialist Movement's version of the traveling gnome in those Travelocity.com commercials . Comment?
Less than one week after a gunman murdered 27 people, including 20 children, in Connecticut, three Arizona teenagers have made some incredibly poor decisions relating to schools. Comment?
Sal and Dina Zappone moved to Gilbert in 2007, took jobs in corporate America, and waited until the perfect opportunity came along to open a restaurant. Comment?
On the same day that a gunman murdered 27 people, including 20 children, in Connecticut, two Arizona teenagers made poor decisions. Comment?
If you had to pick the absolute worst day in American history to bring anything resembling a weapon near a school, that day would have been Friday, December 14, 2012. Comment?
There's not too much information out there about Abdullatif Aldosary, the Coolidge resident accused of detonating an "explosive device" outside the Social Security Administration building in Casa Grande Friday morning. Comment?
To the joy of anyone with a Tumblr account or a cat thing, the internet-famed Grumpy Cat is making a public appearance in Gilbert this weekend. Comment?