Scottsdale One – The Arizona Exclusive https://www.scottsdaleone.com Scottsdale Resorts, Dining, Events, Shopping, Golf and much more Fri, 06 Nov 2015 21:13:30 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.3.2 SOL Mexican Cocina https://www.scottsdaleone.com/dining/mexican/sol-mexican-cocina/ https://www.scottsdaleone.com/dining/mexican/sol-mexican-cocina/#respond Fri, 06 Nov 2015 21:05:55 +0000 http://www.scottsdaleone.com/?p=2757 On the corner of the Scottsdale Quarter, there’s a place you can go to get a taste of the Baja. SOL Mexican Cocina offers south of the border tastes with a coastal Californian flare. The creators of SOL took many wonderful trips down to the Baja to surf and eat the traditional food. They fell ...

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On the corner of the Scottsdale Quarter, there’s a place you can go to get a taste of the Baja. SOL Mexican Cocina offers south of the border tastes with a coastal Californian flare. The creators of SOL took many wonderful trips down to the Baja to surf and eat the traditional food. They fell in love with it and opened SOL in Newport Beach, California. It was so good, they decided to open another location in a more landlocked portion of the Baja area, Scottsdale, Arizona. With them, they brought the simple, fresh, quick style of cooking the Baja chefs are known for with the memories of the relaxing ocean side atmosphere.

From the moment you step into SOL, you immediately realize this is not just another run of the mill Mexican restaurant. One wall of the dining area is dedicated to the kitchen. There’s a kitchen bar you can sit at to watch the chefs in action. This is very typical of the open concept taco bars down in the Baja Peninsula. At SOL, you have the option to rent out their private room, the entire restaurant, or just the patio for a party or corporate event. The lighting inside casts a warm yellow glow while on the other side of the cozy space, there is a drink kitchen.

The drink kitchen is so named because all of the drinks are made with fresh muddled fruit, different herbs, and spices. Just ask the drink chef for the featured cocktail and have a seat inside, or out on the patio while you soak in the sun. SOL’s drink menu is both refined, fun, and expansive. There are over 70 kinds of premium and artisan tequilas to choose from which can be served straight, or in one of SOL’s tantalizing margaritas. Try a sweet and spicy Pineapple Serrano Margarita, or count calories with the Organic Slim. Forget Lattes- there’s a Pumpkin Spice Margarita to liven up your Autumn, and there’s even tequila tastings for the adventurous. Don’t despair if tequila is not your thing. Many imported and domestic cervezas are also on the menu to cool you down. Come in for Happy Hour happening seven days a week from 3 – 6 p.m. to try them along with some tasty small plates.

For lunch, dinner, or brunch on the weekends, SOL’s menu is a mix of fresh and decadent. Lunch offerings include everything from salad and ceviche to specialty tacos, tortas, grilled burritos, and quesadillas. Dinner offers traditional and exotic dishes like Grilled Quail, Garlic Ribeye Steak Tacos, Shrimp Chile Relleno, and Carnitas Street Tacos. If you have dietary restrictions, SOL offers both Vegan and Vegetarian items. Brunch is served from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. on the weekends, and boasts the “best huevos in town.” From the Chorizo and Potato Scramble to the rich Souffle Carlotta, or the simple fresh fruit and yogurt, there’s bound to be a dish to please you. Weekend drinks even include Mango Mimosas, and SOL’s house made Bloody Mary among others. The best time though, has got to be Taco and Tequila Tuesday! Every Tuesday enjoy live music, drinks and taco specials.

All the food at SOL is made from scratch, and you can watch it being made in front of you. Stop by SOL in the Scottsdale Quarter, and you won’t be sorry. It’s delicious cuisine, inviting dining area, and fun atmosphere make this a can’t miss experience. Take a trip to the coastal Baja desert without even leaving your neighborhood.

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Pumpkin Spice Craze https://www.scottsdaleone.com/scottsdale-one-shoot-out/pumpkin-spice-craze/ https://www.scottsdaleone.com/scottsdale-one-shoot-out/pumpkin-spice-craze/#respond Tue, 08 Sep 2015 17:03:54 +0000 http://www.scottsdaleone.com/?p=2880 Autumn is just around the corner. That means sweaters, cozy fires in the fireplace, and boots. Of course this only applies to the rest of the country. Here, we’ll be happy to wear our t-shirts, and go out in the middle of the day without burning! One thing is certain each fall though, Pumpkin Spice. ...

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Autumn is just around the corner. That means sweaters, cozy fires in the fireplace, and boots. Of course this only applies to the rest of the country. Here, we’ll be happy to wear our t-shirts, and go out in the middle of the day without burning! One thing is certain each fall though, Pumpkin Spice. Remember the good old days when that only applied to fancy coffee? Starbucks first debuted their Pumpkin Spice Latte back in January of 2003, and since then, it seems every brand is looking to cash in on the pumpkin spice craze. Here are ten slightly nauseating pumpkin creations we could probably do without.

1) Pumpkin Spice Oreos

pumpkin spice Oreos

It’s basically a blonde Oreo with pumpkin flavored creme. These make me think of every terrible holiday cookie that well meaning mothers would pass out to kids at parties that would go uneaten.

2) Extra Pumpkin Spice Gum

Extra pumpkin spice gum

When you just can’t get enough of that orange squash flavor.

3) Pumpkin Spice Vape

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Not only is it unhealthy, now, you can enjoy pumpkin spice without subjecting your friends to it. Yes, you can actually smoke pumpkin now.

4) So Delicious Pumpkin Spice ice cream bars

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I guess these were intended for the Valley of the Sun since it’s still hot here through the end of October, otherwise, who wants a cold pumpkin?

5) Jell-O Pumpkin Spice pudding

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Because you don’t actually want to cook a pumpkin pie, you just want something that looks like you tried at the family dinner. I guess this is a good alternative choice if you just had your tonsils out.

6) Creative Snacks Co. Pumpkin Spice Yogurt Pretzels

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Just stop. Now. Stop it.

7) Pumpkin Spice Peeps

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They’re not just for Easter anymore!

8) Pumpkin Pie Spice Pringles

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Because nothing makes us want a potato chip more than pumpkin on it. We’ll buy this for that white elephant gag gift party later this year.

9) Burt’s Bees Pumpkin Spice Lip Balm

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Because you don’t want the extra calories from eating it. You don’t want to eat it at all. Just smell it all day.

10) Brach’s Pumpkin Spice Candy Corn

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As if a mouthful of waxy candy corn wasn’t enough, Brach’s found a way to make it even worse.

BONUS!
11) Chobani Greek Yogurt Pumpkin Spice Blend

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One day, we will wake up, and this all will have been just a bad dream.

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Scottsdale Summer Cooking https://www.scottsdaleone.com/scottsdale-one-shoot-out/scottsdale-summer-cooking/ https://www.scottsdaleone.com/scottsdale-one-shoot-out/scottsdale-summer-cooking/#respond Wed, 08 Jul 2015 17:42:13 +0000 http://www.scottsdaleone.com/?p=2850 The heat is on in Scottsdale and all over the Valley. When it’s hot enough to cook an egg on the sidewalk, and cookies on your dashboard, the last thing you want to do is heat up the house with the oven! Here are some ideas for Scottsdale summer cooking, even if you’re too busy ...

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The heat is on in Scottsdale and all over the Valley. When it’s hot enough to cook an egg on the sidewalk, and cookies on your dashboard, the last thing you want to do is heat up the house with the oven! Here are some ideas for Scottsdale summer cooking, even if you’re too busy to cook most of the time.

Option 1 – The Crock-Pot
The Crock-Pot , though invented in the 1950’s, didn’t make its way into most of our kitchens until the 1970’s. The concept is as simple as the cooking itself, and has changed very little in the last 40 years. There are numerous sites with Crock-Pot specific recipes, and nothing beats just chopping up an onion, and then setting a whole chicken in it. It’s easy because it does all the cooking while you’re away at work, or out at the pool. The best part is that it emits very little heat into your house or apartment making it the perfect summertime solution for a hot meal.

Option 2 – Salad
Salads don’t have to be simple or boring. Many salads today are hearty enough for a whole meal – even dinner! Skip the bowl, and experiment with different meats, cheeses, and veggie combos to make a salad even you meat and potatoes guys will love. Try Asian twists with cashews, chicken, and mandarin orange segments, or a balsamic salad with tomatoes, mozzarella, and spinach. Bacon is a welcome addition to any salad. No matter how you decide to serve it, it won’t heat the house up.

Option 3 – Antipasto
One of my favorite summertime go to dinners is an Antipasto plate. Just gather your favorite cold cuts, cheeses, olives, and berries from the deli. Arrange them with some fancy crackers or bread, and sprinkle some raw almonds in there. This makes for a light, healthy, and surprisingly filling dinner. Add in a glass or two of your favorite wine, and you’ll feel like you’re at a fancy wine bar without leaving the air conditioned comfort of your home.

Option 4 – Take Out
Of course, if none of these options appeal to you, and let’s face it, sometimes we’re just too tired, take out is an option. Whether you have it delivered, or brave the heat (and rush hour traffic) to pick it up from that casual family restaurant, it’s another easy choice that’s heat free.

These are the most satisfying ways to eat cool in the summer when temperatures make being a sous chef prohibitive. When the heat is on outside, make sure your house stays cool inside by trying many different variations using these options. What are some ways you make cool summer meals? Leave us a comment below.

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Scottsdale Summer Skin https://www.scottsdaleone.com/scottsdale-one-shoot-out/scottsdale-summer-skin/ https://www.scottsdaleone.com/scottsdale-one-shoot-out/scottsdale-summer-skin/#respond Thu, 28 May 2015 17:59:27 +0000 http://www.scottsdaleone.com/?p=2833 Everyone knows there’s no hotter place to be in the summer than Scottsdale both figuratively and literally! With the soaring temperatures, you’re bound to want to wear your shorts and those cute skirts. Gentlemen too will be sure to be showing off their arms or maybe even going shirtless. So here’s some tips to shed ...

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Everyone knows there’s no hotter place to be in the summer than Scottsdale both figuratively and literally! With the soaring temperatures, you’re bound to want to wear your shorts and those cute skirts. Gentlemen too will be sure to be showing off their arms or maybe even going shirtless. So here’s some tips to shed that winter dullness and get some sizzling Scottsdale summer skin.

1. Water

It’s the life force. In fact, our bodies are made up of more than 60% water. One of the single best things you can do for your body, and health in general is to drink water. We all know how important it is to stay hydrated in the Valley of the Sun with uninitiated hikers being rescued from dehydration on our mountains each year. Besides just hydration, it helps your skin stay beautiful by flushing toxins out of your body, helping to guard against wrinkles, and if you drink enough of it, you’re likely to feel more full during the day, which will cause you to eat less. Sometimes when you feel hungry, it’s actually because you’re thirsty, so have a glass of ice cold water, and if you like, jazz it up with lemon or lime wedges which also helps to cleanse.

2. Sunscreen

Doctors have been urging us to use it for decades, and for good reason! A sunburn actually alters the DNA of your skin. Too much of the sun’s harmful UV rays can lead to things like melanoma (skin cancer), wrinkles, sunburns, and a host of other nasty things. Sunscreen (or block) is a great tool to avoid all the harmful effects. Put it on at least half an hour before sun exposure, and reapply it every few hours. Also, try to avoid the sun between the hours of 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. when the sun’s rays are at their harshest. Don’t buy into the hype though. SPF 30 is the best you can get. After that, it really doesn’t make a difference, so if you think that buying that special, expensive high number SPF will protect you, you’re better off getting the regular stuff from Wal-Mart. Something else that can help is wearing a hat, and a stylish cover up over your bikini. A daily face moisturizer with sunscreen can help also, which brings us to the next point.

3. Moisturizer

I can’t stress enough how important moisturizer is for those of us living in this dry climate. For face, I love a brand I’ve been using since high school. Olay Complete. It’s the old school Olay, not the fancy new anti aging stuff. Since I have combination skin, I use the kind for oily/ combination skin, but there is a variety for normal skin, and sensitive as well. The oily/ combination is getting harder to find lately, and I don’t know why. I chatted online with Olay once, and they tried to tell me that they are still shipping just as much, and it should be on the shelves everywhere. Well, I wish they would try to find it in my neck of the Valley. It has SPF 15, and I use it year round on my face and my neck. For the body, you can find a wide array of body moisturizers from light to heavy. Lubriderm even makes a kind that has sunscreen in it for your whole body. Moisturizer just helps to seal in your body’s natural moisture giving it a fighting chance against pollution, free radicals, and the sun’s rays. It also helps to keep your skin soft, flake free, and young looking.

4. Sleep

Adults need between 6 and 8 hours of sleep a night for good health. I could write a completely separate article on the benefits of sleep, but here, we’re talking about skin. Good sleep will nix those bags under your eyes, and heals your body to help prevent signs of aging. Research also shows those who get enough sleep are less likely to want to binge on sweet snacks during the day to keep themselves awake, so put down that Butterfinger bar, and hit the sheets an hour or so earlier than normal. To make sure you’ll sleep when you lie down, make sure all your electronics are off, and do something low key, and screen free an hour before you go to bed like reading with a book or traditional ink look Kindle (not your phone or iPad), doing some light yoga, or taking a relaxing bath.

5. Spray Tans

We all want to look tan. In the Valley, it’s almost a necessity so that we don’t burn. Spray tans have come a long way since the days when Ross turned himself orange on “Friends.” Today, there are many options from organic airbrush, to spray booths that will give you a realistic looking glow. Our favorite is Bronzmopolitan (see article here) where you can get tanned and be social while having a drink. It’s the only tanning salon of its kind in Scottsdale!

6. Manicures and Pedicures

When you’re showing off your gorgeous skin, you’ll want the icing on the cake. Make sure to get monthly manicures and pedicures so you can show off your skin in style. You don’t have to get fake nails to have this done, and it’s a relatively inexpensive way to stay looking your best. Most salons will use an exfoliating scrub on your legs or arms plus moisturizer. You can also use a sugar scrub at home. This is even important for the guys. Don’t worry guys, they won’t put color on your nails.

Just follow these tips, and you’ll have the best skin at your next pool party, or lounging at the resort. If you have some other beautiful summer skin tips, feel free to share them in the comments below. We love to hear from our readers.

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How To Survive Wedding Season Without Going Broke https://www.scottsdaleone.com/scottsdale-one-shoot-out/how-to-survive-wedding-season-without-going-broke/ https://www.scottsdaleone.com/scottsdale-one-shoot-out/how-to-survive-wedding-season-without-going-broke/#respond Tue, 21 Apr 2015 17:12:26 +0000 http://www.scottsdaleone.com/?p=2823 It’s spring time in the Valley. That means the Mesquite trees are blooming yellow, allergies are starting, and the weather is beginning to warm up. It also means your schedule is about to get very, very full. Soon you’ll start to get invitations to graduations from friends and family, and also wedding invitations. We all ...

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It’s spring time in the Valley. That means the Mesquite trees are blooming yellow, allergies are starting, and the weather is beginning to warm up. It also means your schedule is about to get very, very full. Soon you’ll start to get invitations to graduations from friends and family, and also wedding invitations. We all know a wedding is a beautiful event. It will be full of music, decorations, dancing, love, and of course free food and booze! The only thing is, weddings tend to cost a lot of money, and not just for the bride and groom! Here are some ways to survive wedding season without going broke this year.

1.) What to wear

Unless otherwise specified, weddings are a formal event. Formal clothing can start to get pretty pricey especially if you have more than one event to attend. Some things that can help you save some cash on your closet is to shop the sales! Look for sales not just in the high end stores, but the discount ones as well. Nordstrom Rack is a good place to start. Searching online can yield many options. If you don’t care about wearing a full dress, as long as you’re a guest, try wearing a nice skirt with a blouse. That way you can mix and match your wardrobe. Buy a dress that doubles as a professional work outfit. Buy something you’ll wear again. Bridesmaid dresses are notoriously hideous frocks you’d never wear again, but if you’re just on the guest list, shop for something sensible you’ll wear to another party, to the office, or even to another wedding where it will be a different crowd of people.

2.) Where to stay/ transportation

Usually, if the wedding is being held in another city, or a destination, the bride and groom will have a block of hotel rooms reserved for wedding guests. Just because the wedding party is staying at the Four Seasons, doesn’t mean you’re required to. If you want to go five star, go for it, but If you want to save some dough, check out the reserved rate. Usually hotels will extend a discount. If not, there are several hotel sites like hotels.com and even tripadvisor.com that offer discounts on rooms. Be sure to check these sites before booking. Once, I was driving through an unfamiliar town and it was getting late. Thanks to my smartphone, I was able to book a room at a nice hotel for the night for $30 less than it would have cost me to walk up to the main desk. Yay internet! Same thing goes for transportation if you’ll be flying out, or renting a car, be sure to look for deals online.

3.) How to gift

The old rule when choosing a wedding gift for a couple was “pay for your plate.” After all, you’re usually going to be getting a meal, a piece of cake, and at least a champagne toast to top it all off. This rule no longer applies. Many soon-to-be-married couples have their own unique needs in this day and age. They may have already been living together and/or getting married later in life and have all the toasters and cheese boards they can handle. Sometimes couples will register for one big thing like a honeymoon getaway that guests will contribute to if they feel like it. Other times the couple will request that donations be made to a charity. Every once in a while you’ll find the traditional registry, while other couples would rather have your presence than your presents. Whatever the arrangement, there are many ways to give a great gift on a budget without looking like cheapskate. One thing you may want to do is think in more sentimental terms. What about a Christmas tree ornament that has a place for a picture and reads “Our First Christmas”, or a beautiful picture frame that you got from Macy’s? Greeting cards with heartfelt messages are always appropriate. Find a bottle of wine from a local winery you know they’ll enjoy, or a case of craft beer. If the couple is just starting out, take a look at their registry, and pick a few smaller things, or get the items from Wal-Mart. Yes, Wal-Mart or Target. If you know where to look, stores like Wal-Mart have really stepped up their house wares game in the last few years. Why not fill a basket or a large colander with things that are often forgotten like salt and pepper shakers, whisks, cheese knives, nut crackers, measuring spoons and measuring cups? Believe me, the newlyweds probably weren’t thinking about pot holders when they registered, but it’s something they’ll be thankful that you did think of the first time they cook together. There’s really no wrong way to gift in this day and age. Even tickets to a local movie theater are acceptable. The couple will be more than happy just to know that you thought of them, and if you’re running late, cash or a gift card to a store like Bed, Bath, and Beyond are always good bets.

How do you save money during wedding season? Let us know below in the comments!

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Bear Arms Firearms https://www.scottsdaleone.com/scottsdale-one-shoot-out/bear-arms-firearms/ https://www.scottsdaleone.com/scottsdale-one-shoot-out/bear-arms-firearms/#respond Tue, 07 Apr 2015 21:02:30 +0000 http://www.scottsdaleone.com/?p=2812 As the “West’s Most Western Town” in a decidedly red state, Scottsdale has its share of places to find firearms. With so many stores, it’s hard to find one that truly stands out. Bear Arms Firearms is that kind of place. Founded in 1994, Bear Arms has been a fixture in the North Scottsdale area ...

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As the “West’s Most Western Town” in a decidedly red state, Scottsdale has its share of places to find firearms. With so many stores, it’s hard to find one that truly stands out. Bear Arms Firearms is that kind of place. Founded in 1994, Bear Arms has been a fixture in the North Scottsdale area for over 20 years, and is a family owned business. This is one of the hallmarks of Bear Arms. They are run by just one owner, not a team of investors. It is a true father and son establishment. Bear Arms is also close in terms of its employees. With a team of just ten (including women) it’s a rare gem in this day and age. It’s no wonder why Bear Arms has such a large following of regulars — their staff is like a tight-knit family and they treat their customers like extended family members.

One of the things Bear Arms is not limited on is it’s weapons selection. Bear Arms sells guns, ammunition, knives, firearms accessories, rifles, and is a Class III dealer. If you don’t know what Class III means, in Arizona, it is legal to own machine guns, suppressors, short barreled rifle and shotguns, as well as other devices such as grenade launchers and cannons. If you’d like to have one of these for your very own, Bear Arms will help you with all the paperwork. Special orders are no problem. If there’s anything missing from the store you’d like to have, they’ll order it for you at no extra charge. The website boasts “Best in-store selection of firearms in the valley.” With its vast array of AR and AK rifles, pistols, shotguns, and revolvers, you’re sure to find what you’re looking for. They even have all the accessories to go with them from range bags and scopes, to ammunition and holsters, and everything in between. Bear Arms is also proud to offer a huge selection of knives. They carry about a dozen different knife manufacturers, and just like with firearms, special orders are no problem.

I asked for some employee recommendations, and it turns out their tastes are as diverse as the selection in the store. The employees are also knowledgeable about the products they carry. Many of the staff members are also veterans. Kurt is an expert in German history and weaponry, so the MG42 is his favorite. Adam favors the Springfield M1A rifle, while Melodie loves the Sig Sauer P238 series. Ryan G. likes the Spyderco and Helle knives, Aaron is the vintage shotgun guy, and Ryan R. is the go-to guy for any assault rifle needs. While there isn’t a traditional shooting range on site, they do have a high-tech, state-of-the-art Laser Shot simulator. Laser Shot is just as effective at marksmanship practice, and maybe even more so. Sanctioned by the NRA (National Rifle Association) in early 2015, it’s the same system that police officers use in the academy. You can go through real life scenarios such as a burglar breaking into your home with a gun. You have to decide whether or not to shoot, and then follow him down with your pistol as he falls to the ground. This is the kind of training you just won’t get on the range. Laser Shot can also be fun, as Daryl is a pro and holds the number one spot in the Prairie Dog Hunter game.

Speaking of training, Bear Arms offers both public and private classes every week, from women’s self-defense, to CCW, free family gun safety classes and more. It’s important to remember that guns and knives can be dangerous if not respected or properly handled. Bear Arms has training and safety first and foremost on their minds. All instructors are NRA certified, and arguably the best at what they do. Just check the calendar on their website for a schedule of upcoming classes. Bear Arms’ inventory is always changing because they purchase militia and used guns on a regular basis. If you’ve got old guns, medals, knives, helmets, flags, etc. lying around you’d like to sell, Bear Arms will buy them from you, or help you trade them in for something more modern.

Bear Arms Firearms has customers in just about every state since they are an FFL (Federal Firearms License) dealer. That means they have the license to transfer guns to any other FFL dealer in the USA. It’s not often that a family run business has this much selection, resources, and heart for its customers. Over the years, they have listened closely to their customer’s wants and needs and have implemented many of those ideas. Visit their store and you’ll be pleasantly surprised at the welcoming atmosphere. Their friendly and knowledgeable employees will be happy to answer any questions, and Daryl is ready if you’d like to challenge his top spot on Prairie Dog Hunter.

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