15257 N Scottsdale Rd Building F – Ste 160, Scottsdale, AZ 85254
Press Coffee has become an Arizona staple among specialty coffee enthusiasts while earning national recognition for their coffees. Although Press has evolved over the years, they have stayed true to their beginnings: sourcing the best possible product, using only the best equipment, but most importantly finding team members that share the Press passion for amazing coffee.
3712 N. Scottsdale Rd., Suite 110, Scottsdale, AZ 85251
JOJO Coffeehouse is a breakfast, brunch, and lunch restaurant that offers signature coffee and espresso drinks. Not your typical coffee shop, JOJO also has a great selection of craft beers, wine, signature mimosas, sangria, & Kombucha Drinks. JOJO Coffeehouse is quickly becoming one of the hottest new restaurants  in Old Town Scottsdale.
7014 E 1st Ave, Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Arcadia Farms is a boutique café, a gourmet marketplace, private dining venue, and a full service catering company. Arcadia Farms’ doors opened in 1990 as a small carryout market and bakery, with the philosophy that communities have always been built around food. Now, more than thirty years later, Arcadia Farms Café has evolved into one of Scottsdale’s most beloved dining spots, offering signature omelets for breakfast, gourmet sandwiches, fresh organic salads, seasonal specialty entrées, fine wines and delectable pastries.
7124 E 5th Ave, Scottsdale, AZ 85251
It’s about principles, as much as passion. Each Cartel bag, cup and product is carefully curated.
7051 E 5th Ave Suite I Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Berdena’s is a specialty coffee shop in the heart of Old Town Scottsdale serving only the finest coffee and food. 


One of the best  places in Scottsdale to have fun shopping. This exclusive mall has around 240 stores, the majority exclusive brands in the fashion industry and technology as well.  You can visit the place and have a good experience, you can shop and spend a good time with yourself, friends, and family too, since this place takes care of your family fashion choices when it’s time to shop. Here they are one of the stores you must visit and why give yourself a really exclusive brand gift. 


7014 East Camelback, Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Mon-Sat  10 a.m  to 9 p.m. – Sunday 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Simply elegant. Showcasing the collection of luxurious fashion and accessories renowned for their refinement, femininity and exquisite detail.
7014 East Camelback, Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Mon-Sat  10 a.m  to 9 p.m. – Sunday 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
From the perfect little black dress to a gorgeous sparkling bracelet to an amazing wear-to-work collection— Ann Taylor is all about effortlessly chic pieces designed with a modern point of view, designed from the inside out.
A|X Armani Exchange
7014 East Camelback, Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Mon-Sat  10 a.m  to 9 p.m. – Sunday 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
A modern wardrobe as only Giorgio Armani could envision, A|X Armani Exchange embodies the youthful spirit of a new generation. Inspired by the downtown scenes of New York, Milan, London and Tokyo, A|X offers men’s and women’s clothing and accessories.
7014 East Camelback, Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Mon-Sat  10 a.m  to 9 p.m. – Sunday 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Founded in East London in 1994, AllSaints breaks through the noise to offer something different. Cult leather jackets and signature biker boots – it’s what they do. Prints you weren’t expecting, and accessories you’ll keep coming back for. It’s about innovation, about turning your back on the trends and making your own rules, a uniform without uniformity. AllSaints is an attitude, wear it your way.
7014 East Camelback, Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Mon-Sat  10 a.m  to 9 p.m. – Sunday 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
 Dedicated to providing women clothing, jewelry, and home objects that inspire the imagination.


7014 East Camelback, Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Mon-Sat  10 a.m  to 9 p.m. – Sunday 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
For over a century, Bulgari has been setting the pace for Italian style in jewelry. A forward-looking, creative spirit which never ceases to draw inspiration from the timeless beauty of Greek and Roman art, while giving it a distinctive contemporary touch. Greek like its founder, Sotirio Bulgari – and Roman like the culture he embraced.
7018 E Main St, Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Daily, 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. – Friday & Saturday 12 a.m. to 2 a.m.
Scottsdale’s intimate and upscale cocktail lounge won’t disappoint during happy hour. Enjoy discounts on cocktails, beer, whiteclaws, and wine while snacking on some favorites including truffle fries, pretzel with honey mustard and Main street buffalo wings. 
7111 E 5th Avenue, Ste. E, Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Daily, 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
During “Good Citizen’s Social Hour” at this Old Town favorite you’ll enjoy discounts on specialty cocktails, wines by the glass and draft beer, as well as a menu of innovative bar snacks like bacon fat popcorn and their famous carne asada tacos, an Arizona favorite. 
7150 E 6th Ave, Scottsdale, AZ 85251
3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Monday-Saturday, all day Sunday.
Splurge on half-priced appetizers like chicken or vegetable gyoza, tempura, shrimp shumai, house maki rolls, select cocktails, house-flavored vodkas and house wine. Hot sake, sapporo drafts and Kirin.
4338 N Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Daily, 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Enjoy happy hour at Diego Pops, which puts a modern and playful twist on authentic Mexican favorites. Splurge on the famous Diego Margarita, beer for and wine or sangria. Plus, all apps are 50% off, so you won’t go hungry! 
4175 N Goldwater Blvd, Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Daily, 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
EVO, a favorite neighborhood eatery in Old Town, offers daily happy-hour specials that include select beers and well drinks, and wine and sangria. Pair your choice of beverage with tasty apps like the Margherita Pizza. 
6316 N Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale, AZ 85253
Daily 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Fat Ox’s Aperitivo Hour menu offers craft cocktails, including the legendary Fat Ox Old Fashioned and The Dirty, as well as select wines, and select beer. For noshing, try the Linz Prime beef Tartare or Grilled Calabrian Shrimp. 
7213 E 1st Ave, Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Mon., Tue., Thu., and Fri 3:30 p.m. to 6 p.m.; Wed., all night 3:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.; Sat. and Sun., drinks only 10:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Located in the heart of Old Town Scottsdale, Hula’s Modern Tiki has a happy hour you won’t want to miss! Enjoy daily deals on cocktails, including Hula’s famous Mai Tai. Monday through Friday, you also can indulge in a variety of delicious, nicely priced apps like the Hilo Sliders and Abalone Style Calamari. 
2534 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale, AZ 85257
Monday to Friday – 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
This happy hour features Los Sombreros signature favorites among the drink specials and delicious small bites. To drink, try the iconic Mango Mezcarita or a Tijuana Donkey (a Southwest twist on a classic Moscow Mule). Pair your choice of cocktail with great apps like Queso Fundido, Chicken Flautas or the ever-popular Chips, Guacamole and Salsa combo! 
7135 E Camelback Road, Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Monday to Friday – 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Enjoy a different kind of happy hour with Maple & Ash’s Oyster Hour. The oysters are the star of the show, but options like Sizzling Beef, Lamb Chop Lollipops and Fire-Roasted King Crab Knuckles also shine.  To sip, try a glass of Bubbles & Rosé or classic cocktails like the Aviation, Mai Tai and Blue Hawaiian. 
7345 N Via Paseo del Sur, Scottsdale, AZ  85258
Drinks: Monday to Friday – 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Food: 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Whether you’re enjoying brunch, lunch or an early dinner, The Vig’s Happy Hour Drinks menu, which offers $2 dollars off all beer, VIGnature Cocktails, and well-mixed drinks is the way to go. To snack on, The Vig offers options ranging from Pork Tacos to Blistered Shishito Peppers. You can also pick up a Chefs Board & a Bottle for just $28! 


Arizona’s diverse landscape makes it a beautiful state to explore on foot. You can hike through saguaros in the desert or ponderosa pines in the mountains, depending on where your travels take you.  
The day hikes selected here offer access to some of the most interesting natural features in Arizona. Canyons, mesas, volcanoes, bizarre rock formations, and plant life you can only find in the Sonoran Desert make this an incredible place to stretch your legs.
Many of these are easy hikes that can be done by anyone. A couple are epic, bucket-list hikes that the average hiker may not want to undertake.


Grand Canyon National Park
Grand Canyon National Park, located in northwestern Arizona, is the 15th site in the United States to have been named as a national park. The park’s central feature is the Grand Canyon, a gorge of the Colorado River, which is often considered one of the Wonders of the World. 
While this year might be an exception, typically the busiest months at the Grand Canyon occur in the summertime from June to the end of August. During this time period, popular lookouts, scenic drives, and points of interest can be pretty crowded. If you’d prefer to avoid the crowds in the summer, head to the North Rim for a more secluded experience.


Echo Canyon Trail, Chiricahua National Monument
This land of rock pinnacles high above the desert is an independent mountain range, off on its own, known as a sky island. Hiking here, along the ridges and through the canyons, among the towering stone structures, is unique in Arizona.
The most popular trail is Echo Canyon Trail, a 3.5-mile loop trail with an elevation gain of 454 feet, which takes you through the heart of some of the most scenic landscapes.
The trail runs through narrow passages, between the spires and through a slot in the rocks known as “wall street.” Following along a mountainside for a considerable distance, you can look across to the pinnacles glowing in the late afternoon sun.
If you are interested in a longer hike, the Big Loop links several trails, including a portion of Echo Trail, to form a seven-mile hike.
Antelope Canyon
Another short but spectacular walk in Arizona is the much photographed, Antelope Canyon. This slot canyon, with narrow twisting walls that allow shafts of light to penetrate through from high above, is a photographer’s dream destination.
You need to take a tour to get here, but the process is incredibly simple. It’s only a short ride out to the opening of the slot canyon, where you can wander through the canyon and back at your own pace, with a guide along for safety.
The walk through the slot canyon and back is only a half-mile, and the ground is flat.
Antelope Canyon is located near the town of Page in Northern Arizona. If you are staying in Flagstaff, you can visit Antelope Canyon and other sites on an organized tour of Antelope Canyon and hike to Horseshoe Bend, another interesting area of the country. 
The Wave
If you’ve wandered through a photo gallery in Arizona, in addition to having seen shots of Antelope Canyon, you’ve probably also noticed photos of the Wave, a swirling orange sandstone landscape that looks like a stone wave. This natural feature is found in Paria Canyon, which contains the Coyote Buttes Special Management Area.
While the Wave is the most famous hike here, you can find a number of other great hikes in this area as well.
To hike to the Wave, which is a modest 5.5-mile day hike, you need a special permit for Coyote Buttes North, and it can be very difficult to obtain due to the lottery system and the reduced number of visitors they allow into the area each day. You can apply for a permit four months in advance.
No motorized vehicles are allowed in the area, including drones.
Humphreys Peak Summit
Enjoy a spectacular view of east and west side of Humphrey’s Peak, the highest point in Arizona at 12,637 feet.
If you think you might only get one chance to hike Humphreys Peak in your life, I recommend this hike so that you can have a unique view experience of the east and west sides of the Peaks. This is a shuttle hike of Humphreys Peak which combines the Humphreys Peak Trail and the Humphreys via Inner Basin hike.
After soaking in the views from the highest point in Arizona, turn around and hike 1 mile back to Humphreys Saddle. Finally, continue down the Humphreys Summit Trail toward Snowbowl for the final 4.1 miles. After finishing the hike you can camp at Freidlein Prairie Dispersed Camping. The scenery of this campground is peaceful and It sits in a grove of pines.
Horseshoe Bend
In the fable of The Tortoise and the Hare, Aesop cautioned us to temper our “need for speed,” because “slow and steady wins the race.” In the case of the Horseshoe Bend Overlook, slow and steady doesn’t necessarily win any race, but taking a gradual, more mindful approach to this now-iconic symbol of the American Southwest will give the viewer a better appreciation for the true complexity of the area’s geology. And that, in my book, is definitely one for the “win” column!
As you crest the hill, the trail begins to undulate and you’ll notice the tone of the landscape has taken on more jagged, sloping characteristics. Whitish gravel and chunks of sand also make an appearance. These are remnants of the calcite, or limestone layer that was once here. The diagonal stripes in the rock formations tell the story of how the sand dunes were petrified, yet retained their former shape as minerals, rain and snow changed their molecular composition over the course of 20 million years.




Scottsdale can offer you excellent gastronomic options with comfortable and welcoming spaces, excellent views and a good atmosphere. Here is home to a vast array of local eateries and luxurious restaurants satisfying visitors and locals alike. Here is an updated version of the original Scottsdale’s 10 Best Restaurants not to be missed. 
  • Hush Public House

14202 N Scottsdale Rd, Suite 167, Scottsdale, AZ 85254  |  (480) 758-5172
This small-but-mighty restaurant just south of Kierland Commons features one of the more freewheeling menus in town. Hush Public House takes aimless aim at the only end that matters: food brimming with flavor. Starters like grilled slab bacon, chicken liver mousse, and perfectly cooked peas with strawberries and ricotta salata shift seasonally and get rounded out by specials like beef heart carpaccio with grainy house-made mustard. Just about every plate at Hush seems to be a banger. Pastas are some of the best in the Valley, whether shaped in-house or sourced from Sonoran Pasta Company. Meat from chicken to steak to oxtail sings with flavor. Fish like swordfish are simply grilled with Castelvetrano olives and a soft-boiled egg. Here, even a humble cauliflower, treated with harissa and love, feels like a dish for desert royalty.
  • Chula Seafood

8015 E Roosevelt St, Scottsdale, AZ 85257  |  (480) 621-5121
Poke peaks at Chula Seafood – a tiny, low-key hangout where every meal feels like an island treat. Poke rocks thanks to ultra-fresh fish and smart add-ins like smoked pineapple. The tuna melt peaks at Chula. This is thanks to green chiles, tuna confit, beautifully grilled Noble bread, and a boss side of chimichurri. Swordfish peaks at Chula. The Chula boat in San Diego catches the long-nosed fish with harpoons. Best of all, smoked fish peaks at Chula. If you order the ever-changing platter which includes staples like lox, trout, and swordfish belly pastrami, you’re not only going to get luscious sauces, not only going to get an array of pickles — you’re going to get one of the most vibrant trays of food in town.
  • Andreoli Italian Grocer

8880 E Vía Linda Scottsdale, AZ 85258  |  (480) 614-1980
You could eat in Giovanni Scorzo’s grocery-meets-restaurant 50 times and still have more to discover. Up front, a glass case displays a parade of glorious sweets, eye-catchers like cannoli, pistachio cake, torrone, and brown triangles of sfogliatelle. The pizza here is sneakily good. So is the bread, especially when part of a panini in the classically minimal Italian style of little more than meats or vegetables and cheese (or eggplant, tomato sauce, and cheese). Scorzo comes from the far Italian South, and his offerings, at the edges, reflect his origins. For one, he makes burrata from scratch. But the man can also nail northern Italian specialties, like risottos and cartoon slabs of bistecca Fiorentina. His best meals often lurk on a deep board of specials. Scorzo and his family, too, hand-roll some of the best fresh pasta in town.1


  • Virtu Honest Craft

3701 N. Marshall Way, Scottsdale, AZ 85251  |  (480) 946-3477
Located within a luxury boutique hotel, the Bespoke Inn, Virtu features a weekly changing menu of contemporary Mediterranean-inspired dishes. Diners can choose between a variety of succulent flavour combinations such as the truffled steak tartare, pan-seared branzino and squid ink linguine. All of the pasta is fresh and made in-house. For a special group dinner or an intimate meal for two, guests are welcome to reserve the Bespoke Inn’s signature flat to enjoy a chef’s special tasting menu around the large handmade walnut farm table underneath a decadent chandelier.
  • FnB Restaurant

7125 E. 5th Ave. Suite 31, Scottsdale, AZ 85251  |  (480) 284-4777
Though “seasonal” and “local” have become culinary buzzwords for many restaurants, Scottsdale’s FnB restaurant embodies the spirit of these movements. James Beard Award-winning chef Charleen Badman turns simple, local produce into fare that’s at once comforting and novel. Drawing inspiration from international cuisine, she creates a menu that changes almost constantly but often includes dishes such as perfectly roasted locally raised chicken, Swiss chard falafel, and Badman’s well-loved braised leeks, topped with mozzarella, fried egg, and mustard bread crumbs. The service is always friendly, and the restaurant’s Arizona-focused wine list gives diners an opportunity to explore the state’s offerings. Don’t miss the bar adjacent to the restaurant.


  • ShinBay

3720 North Scottsdale Road #201 Scottsdale, AZ 85251  |  (480) 361-1021 
What’s the most thrilling place for sushi in town? The recently reincarnated ShinBay in Old Town, and it might not even be close. Omakase is the only option, so you’ll have to trust chef Shinji Kurita with your palate and wallet, and this nonstop circus of pristine fish is worth the expense. From the start, your meal will take on a steady dreamlike rhythm, with the chef and his assistant brushing soy, slicing nigiri, and blowtorching fish with the touch of a jeweler fastening a diamond. The nigiri is spectacular, no pieces more so than the eel and shad, though what you eat on a nightly basis will change. On any given night, get into the deep, rare selection of Japanese beer. What you find there will, like this whole intimate experience, amaze you.


  • Stratta Kitchen

8260 N Hayden Rd Suite A102, Scottsdale, AZ 85258
Fast-casual food can be pretty sleepy, but in the hands of James Beard Award winner Alex Stratta, the fledgling genre reaches a new height. What sets his spot apart are thought and rigor. Sauces are not only well-executed but interesting: a tart, creamy elderberry vinaigrette, apricot-twanged tahini. The plant-driven plates, which take up most of the menu, combine ingredients coaxed to their full flavors and textures: earthy-sweet purple potatoes, beefy mushrooms. Skewers are small but mighty, both grilled halloumi (saline, squishy) and steak (browned, tender) on the mark. The menu brims with intrigue, from eclectic bowls to tacos like miso-swordfish all the way to the desert. For a closer, panna cotta comes loaded with sweet berry flavor. If you’re looking for a regular lunch spot, something quick, or a plant-and-fungi-based meal, Stratta delivers.


  • Hot Noodles Cold Sake

15689 North Hayden Road / Scottsdale, Arizona 85260  |  (480) 432-9898
Josh Hebert started making ramen at Posh, his now-defunct improvisational temple to fine dining. The ramen he bowls at his tiny north Scottsdale noodle shop has an incredible umami depth, paling just about every other ramen bowl in the Valley. Hebert of Hot Noodles Cold Sake is a white dude, sure. But he has cooked in Tokyo, and here we’re judging purely on flavor. His are nuanced and soulful. His are traditional, spurning some of the crazier ramen trends and sticking to the classics, like miso and shoyu. A bowl where he innovates is sisig ramen, the piping hot heap of noodles crowned with a sizzling pig face.
  • Atlas Bistro

2515 N Scottsdale RdScottsdale, AZ 85257  |  (480) 990-2433
After your initial taste, maybe an amuse of chilled melon soup, a question will likely flicker across your mind when your first proper course of Atlas Bistro’s prix-fixe menu is laid before you: Should I eat it? This is how beautiful and fiercely original Chef Cory Oppold’s food looks, abstractions of rectangular duck confit, sauce dollops, veal cheek symmetrical between veal loins, and negative space on artisan plates. And the answer to your question should be a resounding hell yes. Eat it. Eat the next courses. Order dessert, ideally the beignets and cheeses from the excellent selection. Atlas Bistro is well into its teenage years, but plates like poached pear with house-made ricotta and halibut with house-made udon noodles have fresh, up-to-the-minute relevancy. There might not be a more intimate restaurant in town. 


  • Cafe Monarch

6939 E 1st Ave, Scottsdale, AZ 85251  |  (480) 970-7682
Simply oozing romance, Café Monarch is an intimate dining venue complete with a beautiful candlelit courtyard. Using only fresh, organic and all-natural ingredients, the chef creates a brand new three-course lunch menu and four-course dinner menu every week. The day’s menu can always be viewed on their website before reserving a table. Some examples of their extraordinary dishes include: white truffle celeriac soup, red quinoa salad with squash, beets and wild arugula, and pan-roasted Pacific halibut and roasted fall squash. Cafe Monarch also goes out of their way to satisfy any dietary restriction, making it a great stop for all types of diners.


  • Arcadia Farms Cafe

7014 E 1st Ave, Scottsdale, AZ 85251  |  (480) 941-5665
In an adorable cottage-style eatery, mismatched clocks and ornaments decorate the walls at Arcadia Farms Cafe. White furnishings and chequered booths continue the cosy feel of the dining space, making Arcadia a great stop for a pleasing breakfast or lunch seven days a week. Diners can sip a Kir Royale or Mimosa whilst enjoying a wild mushroom or baby spinach omelette for breakfast or a smoked salmon cheesecake, goat’s cheese tart and tropical key lime pie for lunch. During the weekends, breakfast becomes an even bigger affair with the opening of the ‘create-your-own’ omelette station. Reservations are recommended.