Category Restaurant Reviews

Food Fridays: Devilish Bites at ASU

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EAT: Mariscos Sinaloa

I haven’t done a restaurant review in awhile and Tim and I went to two fun ones recently. The first was Mariscos Sinaloa. I had been craving Mexican seafood since watching Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations’ Baja California episode. Since a trip to Rocky Point is not on tap anytime soon, and our Belizean honeymoon is […]

EATS: Ticoz in Phoenix

This is delayed but these enchiladas were one of the best things I have ever put in my mouth. I bought the Living Social deal for Ticoz because one of the girls on the golf team had recommended the place to me years ago. Tim and I finally drove down to Phoenix and the place […]

EATS: Pizzeria Bianco

The wannabe-foodie in me is ashamed to say this, but after living in the Valley for seven years, I finally tried Pizzeria Bianco. My parents were in town for Easter and the five of us (boyfriend, brother, parents, myself) took the lightrail from Tempe to downtown Phoenix. One of the aspects hindering me from previously […]

Sushi Roku

TC and I bought a Groupon for Sushi Roku, an upscale sushi restaurant in Old Town Scottsdale. We decided to try it out yesterday, heading there after work. We sat at the bar so we could enjoy Happy Hour prices, which we later discovered did not count in our Groupon. Nevertheless, I enjoyed two of […]

A Taste of the Caribbean

TC and I headed to South Tempe after work on Friday to sample a new Caribbean restaurant. The Guyanese-based place was featured on AZ Central and upon reading the review, I felt as though we must try it. The ambience was nice, but the service was slightly awkward. There was no one near the front […]

America’s Taco Shop

First off, forgive me for not including pictures of my meal. My cell phone was dead at the time and my camera was unfortunately not in my purse. Now, to the meal! TC and I were hungry and not in the mood to cook. A new restaurant opened on University, right across from the old […]