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Scottsdale

You don’t need to travel all the way to New York for delicious, coal-fired, New York-style pizza. One of the branches of the famous Grimaldi’s Pizzeria is located in Scottsdale, AZ. This should give you a nice break from all of the authentic Mexican and Southwest cuisine. Grimaldi’s pizza...
The Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art (SMoCA) is “devoted to the art, architecture and design of our time.” The museum was founded in 1999 when architects rennovated an old movie theater into a five-gallery museum. For more information on the SMoCA, visit: ScottsdaleMuseum.com ...
In 1928, Scottsdale became a large enough town to house its first post office. As Scottsdale residents awaited their mail to arrive from Phoenix, they would gather at the post office and share the day’s gossip. Today, the once-post office and gossip center is a gift and jewelry shop called...
For souvenirs and other south of the border merchandise, visit Mexican Imports. This local business has morphed from a pool hall to a silent movie theater to a Chinese grocery, and now a store offering everything from hand-carved Mexican chairs to pinatas. Sponsored by The Doctor’s Channel
Pink Pony Steakhouse in Scottsdale, AZ is a must-dine for baseball fans. Baseball legends like Joe DiMaggio, Roger Hornsby and Willie May have dined here. While they may not be regulars anymore, sports memorabilia including the home plate from the original Scottsdale Stadium still lingers on the...
Los Olivos Mexican Patio serves up authentic Mexican cuisine, featuring old favorites like enchiladas, flautas and tamales. The family-owned restaurant is over 50 years old and is now a Scottsdale landmark. Sponsored by The Doctor’s Channel
When the Scottsdale Historical Museum was built in 1909, it served as a grammar school. Today, it exhibits old photographs, a classroom as it would have been in 1910 and other displays depicting life in Scottsdale and the Southwest. The museum is open Wednesdays through Sundays. For more information on the...
What was once the Farmer’s State Bank of Scottsdale, AZ in 1921, is now the rustic bar and restaurant, Rusty Spur Saloon. The western cowboy-themed restaurant is best known for its highly ranked burgers and live entertainment. For more information on Rusty Spur Saloon, visit: RustySpurSaloon.com...
High temperatures and dry heat are characteristic of the Southwest. When the weather reaches sizzling highs in Scottsdale, AZ, head to Sugar Bowl in Old Town for an ice cream cone, shake, float or sundae. For more information on Sugar Bowl, visit: SugarBowlScottsdale.com Sponsored by The Doctor’s...