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Downtown Gilbert exudes positive energy that is young, full of life and filled curiosity and wonder of what the next adventure for our foodie stomachs will be. Whether you're four or eighty four, you will enjoy all the foodie wonders that Gilbert has to offer.  Postino East Wine Cafe Housed inside the Grainbelt building in the heart of downtown Gilbert's historic Heritage District, you will find  Postino East Wine Café . It is just steps from the Hale Theater and under the dutiful watch of the Gilbert water tower. Featuring a winning mix of indoor/outdoor dining,

Grab a seat down in the middle of a fragrant peach orchard and experience what will be one of the most memorable dining experiences of your life. Your evening starts just before sunset in the garden of the Schnepf Family homestead. And the evening will be filled with conversation, course after course of delectable cuisine, and new connections are being made. Guests are served while seated down a long white linen covered table in the middle of a peach orchard.   It's your turn to experience a setting unlike any other in the valley, and with a feeling more like you are in Napa Valley.

Downtown Gilbert exudes positive energy that is young, full of life and filled curiosity and wonder of what the next adventure for our foodie stomachs will be. Whether you're four or eighty four, you will enjoy all the foodie wonders that Gilbert has to offer. Last weekend, my boyfriend and I chose to wine and dine at Joyride Taco House for some Mexican cuisine in Downtown Gilbert - the Heritage District. As I mentioned in the previous blog, it was a perfect evening of cloudless 75°F night, with a crisp breeze, and a combination of sweet and savory smells coming from all around us. You

When visiting Mesa, you won't want to miss our charming next door neighbor,  Town of Gilbert.  There is just a mere invisible boundary between us but we can't stand to be too far apart. Gilbert retains their "Town" title to keep that quaint, small town feel even though it boasts more than 230,000 people over a span of 72.6 sq. miles! Within the last twenty years Gilbert has undergone some major revitalization, especially in what is now called the Heritage District. Located on Gilbert Road between Guadalupe and Elliott Roads, you will find a mile long strip of

Wednesday, March 4, 2015 12:02 PM

Your Spring Break Happenings in Mesa City Limitless!

Spring Break is just around the corner nationwide and many have a burning question of "What can we do for Spring Break 2015?"  Maybe you're wanting something for the whole family or things that are just budget friendly in general! Well March has a number great limited time events that we would love for you to see, whether you're local or just visiting for your break!       Mesa Marketplace Swap Meet is open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays 7:00a.m. - 4:00p.m.  Enjoy your day with FREE admission, FREE parking FREE Live Entertainment in their Food

Friday, February 6, 2015 11:18 AM

Love is in the Air!

Can you feel the love tonight? It's that time of year when our bank accounts have finally recovered from the Holidays, and we have to start thinking about what we need to get our "Valentine(s)."   You have your husbands, wives, mothers, fathers, kids, and even the pet get gifts, so we wanted to make sure we could make your Valentine's Day endeavors as painless as possible by getting you the 4-1-1 on all things Mesa, Gilbert and Queen Creek.  We are sharing the inside scoop on events, gift ideas and even where to dine at every budget that will create the kind of

Wednesday, October 29, 2014 11:00 AM

Perfect Southwestern Recipes for Fall

Fall is here and what better way to celebrate than spending some time in the kitchen creating something delicious for your friends and family to enjoy? Here in Mesa, fall means gorgeous weather, outdoor activities, patio dining, and so much more. The recipes below have a little bit of pumpkin, a little spice with some Southwestern flare. So while you plan your next trip to Mesa, indulge in these delicious desert flavors right from your own home.      Mining Camp Grilled Salmon  Southwest cuisine is not always spicy, salsa, or involve a tortilla.The  Mining Camp

The Vistas Pavilion   At 1800 feet above the valley, you can enjoy an extraordinary culinary dining experience surrounded by awe-inspiring views of the mountains, desert, fairways and Phoenix city lights all at  Las Sendas Golf Club .     Check out Las Sendas at the  Vistas Pavilion . There are 8 evening shows with live musical talent recruited from our very own Phoenix Valley held throughout the year. Each event will feature their Chef's Grand Buffet Dinner including: carved beef, seafood, chicken, fish, pasta, salads, charcuterie, cheese platters

Wednesday, July 9, 2014 1:59 PM

Cool Sips and Dips of Summer

¡Olé! If Arizona had an official cocktail, it would have to be that deliciously spiced, subtly sweet, salt-rimmed drink that everyone craves, called a Margarita! Interestingly enough, no one knows exactly how the drink originated but what we do know is the Spanish word for margarita means "daisy," which could be the partner in crime! For all tequila lovers out there, Mesa has a margarita selection that knows no limits. Here are a few summer recipes that will suit your Southwestern savory needs. Smoky Watermelon Jalapeño Margarita by Toni Dash   

Tuesday, June 17, 2014 3:03 PM

Refreshing Summer Sips in Mesa

Queen Creek Olive Mill     Visitors in Mesa can cool off in style this summer at the  Queen Creek Olive Mill , Arizona's only family-owned, working olive mill. Dubbed as one of Arizona's premier agritourism destinations, you won't want to miss joining them on Sunday, June 22, 2014 for their first  Summer Sangria Social  of the year. Enjoy fruity beverages and listen to live music as a nice ambience fills the summer air. Summer Sangria Socials will be held every other Sunday inside the Marketplace and include samplings of red sangria, white sangria, yellow