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With the arrival of September comes one of the more popular culinary events of the year, Arizona Restaurant Week: Dine In or Take Out (ARW) taking place Sept. 18 through 27.

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The Black Lives Matter Movement has not only sparked conversations and protests, but it has driven home the importance of supporting black-owned restaurants like Airpark-based Sugar Jam Bake Shop & Bistro. 

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When Café Monarch relocated to the other side of First Avenue three years ago, the Lewkowicz family intended to use the original, smaller space.

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Just three years ago when Le Cordon Bleu Culinary Institute of Scottsdale, the largest culinary school in the area, shut its doors, the Valley’s restaurant industry experienced a unique challenge: too many restaurants and not enough culinary school graduates to fill positions.

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