Our interview with Shannon, Co-Owner of AZ Hops & Vines

“..my sister is a horticulturist, a viticulturist, a vinologist and she was like ‘why do I feel like I’m less than?’ And we thought, we never, ever want anyone visiting us to have that experience ever.” What are three things you want people to know about your winery? The winery is women-owned and operated. We’reContinue reading “Our interview with Shannon, Co-Owner of AZ Hops & Vines”

Our Colorful Stay at “The Saguaro Hotel”

In a nutshell: Centralized location within walking distance of Old Town Scottsdale A bit pricey for what you’re getting… but still worth it. Met some people from Minnesota… or Colorado? They seemed confused in how to respond about their place of origin. Where we ate: Cornish Pasty Co. & The Montauk Lucy Agave: Given theContinue reading “Our Colorful Stay at “The Saguaro Hotel””

Little Farm in the Big City: The Farm at South Mountain

In a nutshell: Picturesque farm surprisingly close to the city (Phoenix)! Family-friendly outing & breakfast spot Green! Lush! Even better than a trip to the park. What we ate: Pork Belly Tacos and the Chicken Enchiladas Sam Saguaro: What’s the best way to end a two-day vacation in Phoenix, AZ?  Visit The Farm at SouthContinue reading “Little Farm in the Big City: The Farm at South Mountain”