This wasn’t our first stop at this little Mexican & seafood (mariscos) restaurant along Route 66, located in Kingman, AZ. The staff is friendly. The food is traditional Mexican American. They have daily lunch specials, and they serve a pretty good margarita. Happy Hour is from 2-6. If you’re traveling down Route 66 and you’re… Continue reading Oysters Restaurant on Route 66…
One of our favorite places to go for lunch in the Phoenix metro area is Postino. There are several locations around Phoenix. We are partial to the one in Gilbert. From noon to 5pm all Postino Winecafes offer glasses of wine, mimosas, bellinis, and pitchers of beer for $5. They serve amazing light food. We… Continue reading Postino Winecafe – Gilbert, AZ
Scottsdale, AZ - When you move to Arizona from the Pacific Northwest (PNW), home to so many amazing wines, it can be hard to find a local wine you really like. Not that Arizona is not capable of producing good wine. The fact is, there's a significant wine production volume difference between the two areas… Continue reading Aridus Wine Company
Scottsdale, AZ - Our first visit last weekend. We shared their pulled pork sandwich and waffle cut fries for lunch. It was very tasty! Not too salty; which is a common issue for us with BBQ joints. They have 20 beers on tap. We will revisit this restaurant. Stay Curious, Be Blessed.
Lake Alamo State Park is located east of Lake Havasu, AZ. We packed up our toy hauler and visited in October. It wasn’t too busy; not too hot and not too cold. It was “Just Right!” At night we were serenaded by wild burros and coyote. The park is located next to some really nice… Continue reading Dry Camping: Lake Alamo State Park