In their youth, Paul Fratella and Anthony Guerriero met as coworkers at a restaurant. They discussed their hopes of someday opening an eatery of their own. But as time went on, they drifted apart in life. Fratella continued along in the restaurant business, working at locations in Utah, Indiana, and Florida. Guerriero went on to work in refrigeration, and eventually traveled to Spain to study international business. And then, nearly two decades after their first pipe-dream discussions, they reconnected. With Guerriero’s business savvy and Fratella’s experience opening restaurants, the two finally had the blueprint that would breathe life into Caballero Grill.
Southwestern flavors give an edge to the eatery's American grill fare. Chefs cook steaks, burgers, and chicken breasts on a kettle grill fueled with pecan wood, which imbues each dish with a unique smoky flavor. A ceviche bar allows diners to customize their own selection of marinated fresh fish, and Sunday brunch sets out popular entrées alongside a seafood bar rich with shrimp and mussels. And though Fratella and Guerriero carefully curate their entire menu, one dish in particular holds a special place in the owners’ hearts, according to AZCentral.com. Manny’s empanadas, named for their late friend Manuel De Jesus Cabrera, commemorate their lost comrade with a recipe given to them by Manuel’s mother.
Designed by golf course architect Red Lawrence, Tres Rios Golf Course plots a 6,846-yard path through the lush foliage of Estrella Mountain Park. The 18-hole course is populated with budding eucalyptus trees and relatively sparse groves of mesquite and pine trees. The unique layout showcases a stark contrast in terrain, with desert outcroppings and rolling foothills that surround the emerald fairways and greens. Stretching 471 yards, the par-4 13th hole presents a challenging dogleg left where sentient tree branches gobble up tee shots that drift into the rough on the right. Golfers can prepare for the round by warming up swings at Tres Rios's grass driving range or putting and chipping balls at the practice green.
Course at a Glance: * 18-hole, par-71 course * Length of 6,846 yards from the farthest tees * Course rating of 71.4 from the farthest tees * Slope rating of 121 from the farthest tees * Four tee options * Scorecard
Ground Control’s cuisine reflects the cosmopolitan lifestyle of its owner, Sean, who offsets his nightly bartending with daily travels as a professional pilot. He and his wife, Tara, have also lived abroad, a sojourn that developed their taste for European dining. Now settled in Arizona, executive chef Chris Ibarra still satisfies their cravings—and those of their patrons—with scoops of house-made gelato atop stuffed crepes, short ribs braised in Guinness, and custom wood-fired pizzas crowned in ingredients such as roma tomatoes, duck, and gouda. Open for three meals a day, the eatery also anoints glasses with exotic ingredients by serving rich espresso drinks, creative cocktails, and sippy cups of water from the Fountain of Youth. Live music fills the space every Friday from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m.
At Arizona Kidstock, families meander through a ballpark full of live music, edifying activities, and popular PBS characters. Parked in VIP reserved seating on the field, guests dance to headlining artists that include the Kratt Brothers of PBS’s Zoboomafoo and the Elektrolytes as seen on America’s Got Talent. PBS stars including Sid the Science Kid and Maya and Miguel appear throughout the day to pose for photos and dispense stock tips.
Named after the Sanskrit word for “community,” Sangha Yoga stays true to its title by bringing together yogis of all levels in peaceful classes six days a week. The studio’s curriculum incorporates both extremely gentle sessions and such intense rounds as the "rock my body, soothe my soul" class, which keeps sweat glands' hands full with challenging poses that strengthen the frame without overworking internal systems.
When you click "Buy" you'll be redirected to Ticketmaster.com to complete your transaction. See below for more info on Ticketmaster fees. Both games provide three seating options, including AM/PM All-You-Can-Eat seats that offer unlimited hot dogs, peanuts, popcorn, nachos, and soft drinks. Also, Party Deck seats treat their sitters to unlimited Pepsi products, access to a cash bar, and a buffet consisting of fried chicken, mac 'n' cheese, hot dogs, barbecue pulled pork, potato salad, corn on the cob, watermelon, and cookies. Food is served from when the gates open until one hour after the first pitch. Choose from one of the following seating options for Tuesday, June 15, at 7:05 p.m., or Thursday, June 17, at 7:05 p.m.: