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Great Scott! Get All Dressed Up, You've Got Somewhere To Go

The Editors | November 4, 2020 | Food & Drink Lifestyle Eat Shop Hotels For A Staycation


Book your next date night at The Shops at Gainey Village where Lure Fish House ( is ready to drop anchor on its first Arizona outpost. Owned by husband-and-wife duo David and Patricia Cortina, the more than 6,000-square-foot eatery is known for its daily fresh catches, ranging from wild Alaskan coho salmon to wild Pacific white sea bass, depending on the season. Sink into a sumptuous booth to enjoy specialties like South American lobster tail, the spicy salmon burger, Idaho trout almondine and Sally’s Sand Dabs. A raw bar with myriad oyster options also awaits for the mollusk lovers in your party. Go ahead, dive in.



Now more than ever, Carolina Herrera ( looks to celebrate philanthropy and help those in need. Through Carolina Herrera Heart for Hope, 10% of all handbag and accessories sales will be donated to the Red Cross and Red Crescent globally through Dec. 31, with shoppers also receiving a 10% discount storewide. “We bring passion into every stitch and scent, thought and care into every leather we touch. We believe that products tell stories, and we want them to help write this chapter too,” Herrera notes of the initiative, now active at the CH Carolina Herrera boutique at Scottsdale Fashion Square (fashionsquare.‌com). “Through Heart for Hope and our enduring pieces, we hope to share the alegría de vivir that defines and unites us.”



Following a $100 million investment, ADERO Scottsdale ( has joined Marriott International’s esteemed Autograph Collection and is now open for visitors and locals alike. The six-story, 117-room resort offers guests 16 oversize suites from which to enjoy primo mountain and Sonoran Desert views. Led by director of “chef & B” Bryan Dillon, signature restaurant CIELO (meaning “sky” to nod to its location at 2,200 feet) will serve locally focused farm-to-table fare paired with plenty of tequila and mezcal cocktails. Two heated pools, a sun deck and the ADERO Spa & Wellness Studio ensure rest and relaxation ensues. Expect body and facial treatments utilizing amethyst and desert minerals, plus daily yoga, Pilates and spin classes featuring Peloton bikes.



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