Cold Beers & Cheeseburgers Opens 10th Location
Cold Beers & Cheeseburgers has opened its 10th location, 4731 E. Cactus, Phoenix, AZ 85032, delivering the casually delicious and friendly dining spot to families and avid sports fanatics alike.
CBCB features leather booths, a centerpiece bar, butcher block tables and more than 55 HD flat-screen TVs with a state-of-the-art sound system. Happy hour is 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Monday-Friday, featuring $3 domestics, $4 crafts, $5.50 select appetizers and $8.50 All-American Burger with fries or chips.
Cold Beers & Cheeseburgers is open 11a.m. to 11p.m. Sunday-Wednesday and 11 a.m. to midnight Thursday-Saturday.
For specials and more information, visit ColdBeers.com.
Photo by J. Martin Harris Photography
Scramble – A Breakfast & Lunch Joint Opens Third Location
Scramble, known for using local farmers and vendors, announces the grand opening of its third location in the heart of the Biltmore Corridor located on the ground floor with visibility on the southwest corner at the 24th at Camelback building.
“While at most breakfast restaurants you might encounter an hour wait just for a table, our quick casual style of service eliminates the long wait,” co-owner Clay Moizo says. “We’re equally proud in our vegan breakfast and gluten-free friendly menu options as we are in our traditional fare and simply want to serve great locally sourced products with our ‘Faster, Fresher, Friendlier’ motto. Our diversity is part of what makes Scramble so special and separates it from other restaurants in town.”
This new location also offers beer, wine, specialty cocktails and has a dog-friendly patio. And, Scramble is set to debut its new Grab & Go concept at this new location in late spring featuring prepared salads, sandwiches and wraps for the business crowd on the go.
For more information, visit AZScramble.com.
Paradise Valley Power Couple Jason and Jordan Rose Honored
After six months of querying more than 1,000 in-the-know social authorities, including journalists, philanthropists, not-for-profit fundraisers, social luminaries, event planners, and cultural and business leaders from coast to coast, The Salonniere is proud to announce its 2018 Salonniere 100, an annual list honoring America’s 100 best party hosts.
Jason and Jordan Rose of Paradise Valley were among the 100 who made the list for their extravagant parties. A special focus was placed on those who entertain with enthusiasm, creativity, passion and flair.
“The Salonniere 100 is our way of honoring those who are continuing the tradition of hosting parties with a purpose,” Carla McDonald, The Salonniere‘s founder and editor in chief, says. “Whether they’re welcoming guests to support causes, advance ideas, unite people or simply bring joy to others, the honorees are America’s most gifted and influential cultural connectors.”
Jason, a native of Phoenix, is the co-founder of Rose+Moser+Allyn Public and Online Relations and co-founder of the Bentley Scottsdale Polo Championships: Horses & Horsepower and the Stella Artois Derby DayClub at Turf Paradise. Jordan is the founder of Rose Law Group, the state’s largest female-owned law firm.
T. Cook’s Rolls Out New Seasonal Menu & Refined Sunday Market Brunch
As one of Arizona’s most celebrated legacy restaurants for more than two decades, T. Cook’s menu focuses on simple preparations, uncomplicated dishes and seasonal ingredients. Executive chef Todd Allison’s new seasonal dinner menu features flavors of the Mediterranean with standout dishes that honor the regions of Northern Italy, Greece, Spain and Provence. He is credited with reviving the iconic restaurant’s heritage as well as garnering significant acclaim for his seafood, most notably his branzino and John Dory dishes.
“My passion lies in making each dish as authentic as possible by importing many ingredients from the Mediterranean, while also supporting local Arizona farmers and ranchers,” he says. “The combination of the two strikes the perfect balance in bringing worldly flavors together with locally-grown goods. I always want to offer dishes that you can’t find anywhere else in the Valley.”
T. Cook’s has also refined its Sunday Market Brunch, an impressive, all-inclusive dining experience available Sundays through May 27. Guests enjoy the unlimited, buffet-style Mediterranean seafood presentation, a grand display of favorite brunch selections and bakeshop specialties and sweets.
For more information or to book a reservation, call 602.808.0766 or visit TCooksPhoenix.com.
Kazzie Talmadge Jewelry Available at Nina McLemore
The term “fine arts” is synonymous with the works of the increasingly popular jewelry designer Kazzie Talmadge. Born into a respected family of artists, architects and interior designers, Kazzie spent her early years in Long Island, New York, and then headed west, attending the University of Arizona and teaching fine arts for 21 years. She discovered her love of jewelry making, schooling herself in gemology along with other facets of jewelry design and production.
Kazzie has perfected the art of combining semi-precious gems with natural stones, 24-carat gold vermeil and sterling silver to achieve breakthrough designs. Each of her works is a one-of-a-kind creation seeking to marry colors, textures and design into unique wearable art. Kazzie’s jewelry is available at Nina McLemore Boutique in The Shops Gainey Village.
For more information, contact her at Kzzaz@hotmail.com.