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Phoenix theValleyof the Sun MEETING PLANNER’S MECCA If you come hungry, you might


recognize some of our best downtown Phoenix restaurants from the Food Network, where Pizzeria Bianco has been highlighted, as well as Matt’s Big Breakfast. Expect a wait at both, but the food is worth it. Be sure to also stop by Hanny’s, Phoenix’s first department store, now turned into a hip spot for eats and drinks. Don’t miss the intricate and delicious creations by renowned Chef Nobuo Fukuda at Nobuo at Teeter House. Just north of downtown, Biltmore


Fashion Park is excited to share UNION, a new locally-owned independent concept offering shoppers an exciting mix of 17 small, distinctive boutiques ranging in size from 200-500 square feet. British Bicycle Company carries a wide assortment of beautiful, unique high-quality


Pashley bicycles and accessories from England. Smeeks offers an assortment of old-time favorite sweet treats and toys – from handcraſted lollipops, toffee, caramels and marshmallows to yo-yos and shrinky-dinks.


GLENDALE Score tickets for your business crew to


one of the big games taking place at the state-of-the-art Glendale NFL facility, University of Phoenix Stadium. Home of the Fiesta Bowl and BCS Championship Game, this sporting showplace really


knows how to wow a crowd. Even if you can’t swing entrance into one of these events, the stadium is packed with NFL action most Sundays during football season as the home of the Arizona Cardinals. Or better yet, book your next event at the Stadium which boasts state- of-the-art technology and a wide variety of venues, all in one of the most unique venues in Phoenix. Glendale can foster competitive bonding year-round, too, with an NHL Coyotes


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