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Virtù Honest Craft at Bespoke Inn 3701 N. Marshall Way Scottsdale, AZ 85251 480.946.3477, virtuscottsdale.com


AZuL Restaurant 3800 E. Sunrise Dr. Tucson, AZ 85718 520.742.6000 WestinLaPalomaResort.com


Named of the top 20 “Best New Restaurants” in the U.S. by Esquire Magazine, Virtù is Chef Gio Osso’s honest craft gathering spot tucked inside downtown Scottsdale’s newly opened Bespoke Inn, where his menu features contemporary cuisine inspired by his Mediterranean roots and global influences. For special occasions or business meetings, the restaurant offers buyouts of the dining room as well as the beautiful olive-tree shaded courtyard.


TUCSON & SOUTHERN


AZuL Restaurant & Lounge in The Westin La Paloma Resort is now featuring Executive Chef Russell Michel and a new Southwest infused culinary experience that will delight all your senses!


venues GRE ATER PHOENIX ARE A


Arizona Historical Society Mueum at Papago Park 1300 N. College Ave., Tempe, AZ 85281 480.929.0292 arizonahistoricalsociety.org ahstempe@azhs.gov


Bob Bondurant School of High Performance Driving 800.842.7223 bondurant.com


Commemorative Air Force Arizona Wing Aviation Museum 2017 N. Greenfield Road, Mesa, AZ 85215 480.924.1940 azcaf.org


Desert Botanical Garden 1201 N. Galvin Pkwy. Phoenix, AZ 85008 480.481.8159 – Wedding, Social, and Non-profit Events 480.481.8104 – Corporate Events dbg.org


FlipSide 4874 S. Val Vista Dr. Gilbert, AZ 85298 480.939.2808 exploreflipside.com


Fort McDowell Adventures 14803 N. Hiawatha Hood Road Fort McDowell, AZ 85264 480.816.6465, fortmcdowelladventures.com rcibik@fortmcdowelladventures.com


Heard Museum 2301 N. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85004 602.251.0230 heard.org


Mesa Convention Center 201 N. Center St., Mesa, AZ 85201 480.644.2178 mesaconventioncenter.com


Break away from the bland at the Arizona Historical Society Museum at Papago Park. Centrally located near downtown Tempe, in natural desert surroundings, the museum’s spaces are well- suited for corporate retreats, small conferences, multimedia events, and evening receptions. The site offers a state-of-the-art 272 seat auditorium, large boardroom, smaller breakout rooms, an elegant sandstone lobby, and an inviting brick courtyard, all set against the colorful backdrop of Arizona history.


For over four decades, we’ve been hosting corporate group events and team-building exercises that make for a lasting impact on your employees or friends. From the early stages of planning through the event itself, our expert event planning staff can get your company what it needs. Choose from exercises like Timed Autocross Competition, Team Slalom, Skid Control, ProKart Enduro, Hot Laps and more to create your Group Event!


Surround your guests with vintage aircraft and aviation exhibits at your next corporate event, reception, reunion, fundraiser, wedding or prom. View beautiful Red Mountain while dining or dancing under the wing of a WWII bomber. Outside caterers and live entertainment are welcome. The museum accommodates up to 1,440 guests indoors, with additional space outdoors. Museum docents are available. Easily accessible from Scottsdale and central Phoenix.


The spectacular surroundings of the Desert Botanical Garden are ideal for unique and beautiful events with breathtaking sunsets and unmatched charm. Whether your guest list is large or small, the Garden is the perfect place for your event. Choose from open-air pavilions, scenic courtyards and historic settings for day or evening use. With its Southwestern appeal, this enchanting location is the natural choice for your event.


50,000-square-foot facility with bowling and attractions: Laser Tag, Bumper Car Crash Pods, Laser Maze, & Mini Bowling. Various meeting room sizes: 20–100 person capacity options. Customizable team building events: Attractions/Bowling/Food. Holiday parties/Facility buyouts (999 Capacity). Delicious food options from our Roundtrip Café.


4 Great Venues - 4 Unique Dining Experiences. La Puesta del Sol offers the ultimate western cookout, world-class dining extravaganzas, and spectacular Arizona sunsets. Rosa’s Ranch is all about fun; Pina Coladas on da Rum Bus, take a ride The Tequila Bus, cowboy games, music and dancing. Boulder House offers guests architecture, Native culture, and is ideal for dinner parties and receptions. Authentic cowboy cookouts, cattle drives, river rafting, cultural tours, and more just 35 minutes from Phoenix.


Immerse guests in the authentic Southwest at the historic Heard Museum of Native Cultures and Art. Spanish colonial-style architecture provides an exquisite setting perfect for day and evening events. Enjoy indoor venues and outdoor courtyards, complimentary guided tours and distinctive gifts at the Heard Museum Shop, all at a convenient downtown location minutes from the airport, convention center and hotels. Let our expert planners help you create a distinctive and memorable experience like no other.


What can we do for you? At Mesa Convention Center, our goal is your satisfaction. Full-service meeting and event facility offering 15 meeting rooms and excellent flexibility. On-site catering, audio-visual, and more. Find out why we’re called “the East Valley’s best kept secret!”


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