Fine Dining

There is no shortage of things to do in Arizona, from the opera, fine dining, street and art fairs, champion golf courses, tubing down the Salt River, hiking various mountains and trails, boating in glacier carved canyons, horseback riding, hunting, fishing, camping, and endless other recreation.   The nightlife is second to none. Scottsdale alone has more than 80 wine bars.  Looking for a little culture?  You will find about 100 museums  in Arizona.  Few would dispute that Arizona, with golf-rich cities such as Scottsdale and Phoenix is one of the world’s premier golf destinations. Arizona’s golf courses are as diverse and spectacular as its landscape. Across the state there are more than 300 courses, From traditional links-style layouts to target courses, Arizona possesses an obscene number of courses to challenge your skills and provide you with some unbeatable vacation leisure. 

Metro Phoenix is one of the largest metro areas in the country and has a new mass transit light rail system that allows people to tail-gate to all of the sporting events including the new sports arena in Glendale. Several five star resorts and restaurants can be found around the valley and there is never a shortage of variety here in the valley when it comes to jazz, rock, and any nightclub you can imagine. Shop til you drop at the Arizona Biltmore, Kierland Commons, Scottsdale Fashion Square, Chandler Fashion Mall and now the Scottsdale Quarter.

Art lines the walls of more than 100 galleries in Scottsdale, one of the most concentrated collections in the nation. This vibrant cultural destination also is home to internationally acclaimed museums and architectural icons, renowned arts festivals, the country’s longest running art walk, world-class performance spaces and an award-winning public art program that dots the community’s landscape with striking statues and dramatic fountains.


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