June 3, 2019
A featured article all about The Vig! Read about our history and the pride we take in our “all-occasion” hangouts.Read Full Article
A featured article all about The Vig! Read about our history and the pride we take in our “all-occasion” hangouts.Read Full Article
Want to know the secret to a perfect steak? It starts with the meat. Here are some of the best cuts of steak you’ll taste in Phoenix.Read Full Article
The Vig knows what you’re after for brunch – booze or a way to deal with last night’s booze. Day drinks include the Vig Bloody Mary, Cold Brew Old Fashioned, and Morning Mules – even a build-your-own mimosa. And for food, think coconut French toast, the chorizo burrito, and the aptly named Hangover Helper – pork carnitas and over-easy eggs with white cheddar, guajillo salsa, pico de gallo, crema, and tortillas to sop up what’s left.Read Full Article
Of their five Valley restaurants, The Vig Fillmore – located within the historic Roosevelt South neighborhood outside of downtown Phoenix – is my favorite. The location greets you with a charming front porch and renovated bungalow that houses the Vig’s main restaurant and bar.
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The Vig was noted as one of the strong options for spicy wings in the Phoenix Valley.Read Full Article
The Vig is listed as one of the 21 dining deals for Superbowl 2019.Read Full Article
Indulge in Phoenix’s most desirable desserts. The Vig’s Butterscotch Cake is featured in their February 2019 edition.Read Full Article
Indulge in the most desirable deserts in the month of love. The article features the Vig’s Butterscotch Cake in the February edition of South Scottsdale Magazine.
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In American Airlines American Way Magazine, Genevieve Rice writes of the arrival of places including the modish music-food venue, The Vig Uptown to the Phoenix area.
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The Vig McDowell Mountain: Modern tavern meets backyard barbecue – the perfect stop for a post-hike nosh. With views of the McDowell Mountains
in the distance, the desert setting of The Vig makes a prime location to watch a Scottsdale sunset while taking in some acoustic and indie rock tunes. Every
Tuesday and Thursday night guests can snag a seat inside at the restaurant’s expansive bar or gather around one of the outdoor community tables for a night
filled with live music, yard games and craft food and drinks.
Did the holiday season leave you rundown? Whether eating healthy in 2019 is your new year’s resolution or not, most of us can use some help in these area. But where do we start? How about a power bowl?Read Full Article
That’s what locals of the Valley have been saying for over a decade. Learn a thing or two about one of our favorite upscale, neighborhood taverns: The Vig Arcadia. Owner, Jim Riley, shares his thoughts on Arcadia Life!Read Full Article
The VIG Restaurants, which includes two restaurants in Scottsdale, has donated funds throughout 2018 in support of local charities, schools and other organizations.
Every month, the VIG Restaurants’ present a “Community Handle” with a corresponding brewery to offer support to local organizations with a percentage of sales being donated to the charity, according to a press release.Read Full Article
The Vig Restaurants Offers November Deals on Black Friday Nov. 26th and Cyber Monday Nov. 30th.Read Full Article
The downtown location of this local chain of taverns offers a spacious back patio complete with an outdoor bar, televisions, bocce ball, misters, a fireplace and plenty of seating.Read Full Article
The Vig McDowell Mountain is a local pick for outdoor meals.Read Full Article
Gingerbread cake is served with pumpkin mousse, cranberry crumble and molasses caramel ($10).Read Full Article
Guests can enjoy 25 percent off of their entire bill after 6 p.m. on Halloween night at the Vig Restaurants on Oct. 31. The offer will be valid at any of the five Vig restaurant locations: Arcadia, Fillmore, McCormick Ranch, McDowell Mountain and Uptown.Read Full Article
At the Vig – Gingerbread cake is served with pumpkin mousse, cranberry crumble and molasses caramel ($10).Read Full Article
Located in the century-old Cavness House in the historic Roosevelt District, just blocks from the Phoenix Convention Center, The Vig is a friendly, upscale neighborhood tavern that serves as a gathering spot for the community who come to enjoy great food and drinks in a convivial atmosphere.Read Full Article
One of the top socializing tables in town just got on the poke bandwagon with a low-carb poke bowl featuring sushi-grade tuna, mixed greens, avocado, snow peas, carrots, and snow radish ponzu sauce, with wonton crackers for texture. Drizzled with a ginger lime vinaigrette, it’s a healthy add-on to the menu.
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What’s the best choice for Happy Hour? There are so many bars and restaurants in the Valley, it can be a challenge to know which Happy Hour to choice from after work. Check out New Times 2018 choice for best happy hour in the valley!Read Full Article
Ready for a great brunch experience this weekend? With so many fantastic restaurants in the Valley, it’s difficult to know where to start when you’re planning a great brunch with family or friends. Check out New Times 2018 choice for best brunch in the valley!Read Full Article
Phoenix magazine’s dining guide visits The VIG. “The retro-modern decor is too cool for school, and everybody who’s anybody is probably there. Great patio, good burgers….Great brunch program too.”Read Full Article
Beyond visits The VIG McDowell Moutain to enjoy the great food on the alfresco terrace before visiting Taliesin West, the home of Frank Lloyd Wright.Read Full Article
This September, The Arizona VIG Restaurants will be supporting neighborhood elementary, middle and high schools through their annual “The VIG Gives” fundraising campaign.Read Full Article
Justin Woodard, executive chef at The Vig, is bringing some great information to us today! Danielle Williams learns about how The Vig is giving back by donating part of their profits during September to schools around the Valley.Read Full Article
This September, Arizona Vig restaurants including location at the Vig Fillmore, The Vig Uptown, The Vig Arcadia, The Vig McDowell Mountain and the Vig McCormick Ranch will be supporting neighborhood elementary, middle and high schools through their annual “The Vig Gives” fundraising campaign.Read Full Article
Tucked away in the arts district, the Vig is more than an upscale neighborhood tavern. Besides having a lively patio packed with games and live music on any given day, the extensive food and drink menu appeals to foodies throughout the valley – in fact, there are five locations in town.
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September 1-30. When guests dine at their local Vig restaurant for brunch, lunch or dinner, the restaurant will donate a portion of its proceeds to the schools’ PTO/PTA within the surrounding area, in addition to giving $500 in gift cards to one lucky school to assist in school fundraisers and events.
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This September, the Arizona Vig Restaurants will be supporting neighborhood elementary, middle, and high schools through their annual “The Vig Gives” fundraising campaign.
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From September 1-30, when guests dine at their local Vig restaurant for brunch, lunch or dinner, the restaurant will donate a portion of its proceeds to the PTO/PTA at the school within the surrounding area, in addition to giving $500 in gift cards to one lucky school to assist in school fundraisers and events.
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The Vig is a stylish tavern offering a bocce ball court, a patio, DJ tunes, and southwestern spins on pub grub. Sip Coffee and Beer Garage is a neighborhood spot providing specialty coffee, craft beer, and locally-sourced food. They also feature live music from local artists including indie, bluegrass, folk, deep funk, and house music.Read Full Article
You can cool off with the iced tea of the day (flavors include passion fruit and hibiscus) at the alfresco restaurant The Vig McDowell Mountain, which also serves great fish tacos and a hearty steak salad.Read Full Article
If escaping to cooler spots like San Diego and Flagstaff isn’t in the cards, there’s comfort in knowing summer in Phoenix has its perks — namely, hot happy hour deals. Through Sept. 1, quench your thirst with $5 Tito’s anytime and reverse happy hour daily, starting at 9 p.m.Read Full Article
What is it about pretzel buns that elevate a regular, ol’ turkey sandwich into one fit for a king? All hail the king of sandwich buns at The Vig: Savor the handful of warm roasted turkey breast with cranberry chutney, roasted tomatoes, fresh coleslaw, dill havarti and dijonnaise served on a soft pretzel bun.Read Full Article
If you’ve done even one hike in the greater Phoenix area, it was likely Camelback Mountain. With its sheer, red cliffs and iconic, camel-shaped profile, the 76-acre park in suburban Scottsdale is a favorite spot. Yet every local—from hiking guides to restaurant owners—caution that the two trails leading up to its peak are not for beginners, even the physically fit. Instead, they’ll recommend treading on some of the many other paths forged through a state rich with desert flora and fauna, protected and enjoyed by visitors and locals alike.Read Full Article
PHOENIX – Have you ever thought about the places where Lyft drivers travel to most to pick-up or drop-off riders?
The ride-share company sorted through its data to come with a list of the most visited destinations around the Phoenix area. They are listed in no particular order.Read Full Article
Wings are the kind of seductive comfort food that hit the spot just about every time. We have with a wealth of strong wing options here in the Valley. With so many fantastic bars, grills, pubs, and restaurants to choose from, it can be hard to know where to go to get a spicy fix.
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The Vig has finally arrived in North Scottsdale. Since it launched its first location in Arcadia in 2006, the Vig and its modern-meets-backyard barbecue vibe has been a hit with the community and media alike, praised for its perfect patios, eclectic menu, creative cocktails and thoughtful touches, such as bocce ball courts and live music.Read Full Article
Genuine Concepts introduced the fifth location of The Vig, opening at McDowell Mountain this summer (other locations include Arcadia, Uptown, Fillmore and McCormick Ranch). The Vig McDowell Mountain sits at the corner of Bell Road and Thompson Peak Parkway in North Scottsdale and will be a new hot spot for brunch, lunch, dinner and all-day cocktails. This location boasts spectacular views of the McDowell Mountain range, and the open floor plan is heavily inspired by the timeless design of Frank Lloyd Wright.Read Full Article
The Vig McDowell Mountain will open its doors to the public at 11am on Monday, June 5th, 2017. Come see this beautiful, new addition to the Genuine Concepts family for yourself! From the gorgeous and stately Frank Lloyd Wright design, convenient access to activities of the outdoors and the delicious Vig food and cocktails that Phoenix has loved for over ten years, VMM is sure to become a neighborhood landmark.Read Full Article
After months of searching for the right location and construction Genuine Concepts is ready to open its new location of The Vig in north Scottsdale. With the McDowell Mountains serving as a backdrop the restaurant is set to open June 5th and will be the 5th location of the successful modern tavern and the 2nd in Scottsdale.Read Full Article
Located inside an old neighborhood house, The Vig Fillmore is the top destination for a boozy brunch in Downtown Phoenix. With a spacious patio and lots of space for yard games like cornhole and bocce, this spot may just turn into your regular Sunday hangout.Read Full Article
North Scottsdale residents in the McDowell Mountain Ranch area will get a popular neighborhood hangout when The Vig opens in May. Less than a mile from the McDowell Sonoran Preserve Gateway Trailhead center, The Vig is banking on serving as a refreshment pit stop before or after outdoor recreational activities.Read Full Article
While dining is a journey for all the senses, we actually eat with our eyes long before we touch, smell or taste a dish. And what’s more appetizing than pops of color, especially during spring? This month, we sought out some of Phoenix’s most vivid menu items to wet your visual appetite. But please, don’t eat the page!Read Full Article
The Vig will open a fifth location in the Valley later this spring. The new location will be called The Vig McDowell Mountain Ranch (VMMR) and be located in north Scottsdale near the corner of Bell Road and Thompson Peak.Read Full Article
The picturesque patio at this neighborhood restaurant is an ideal spot to enjoy this drink on a crisp fall evening. The Autumn Royale features Crown Royale vanilla whiskey, Bohl’s Pumpkin Smash liquor, Solerno Blood Orange liqueur and cinnamon simple syrup. It’s served over an ice ball and garnished with a flamed orange peel.Read Full Article
The Vig has partnered with Four Peaks Brewery’s 8th Street Pale Ale to support Phoenix Children’s Hospital’s ‘Go Gold’ campaign for the September edition of their Community Handle program.Read Full Article
Let’s be honest – it’s tough to remember where to find good food after midnight that isn’t delivered in a greasy bag through a drive-thru window. – We decided to take a look and see which restaurants around Phoenix keep their kitchens open beyond midnight, and we were surprised to find quite a few.Read Full Article
What’s better than an hour of happiness? All the hours of happiness. The Vig is stretching the boundaries of grammar by making “happy hour” last for seven hours. Drinks are on special from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., food from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. We’re not even mad about it.Read Full Article
Some of us feel like we could eat wings every day, and some of us do just that. And with so many fantastic bars, grills, pubs, and restaurants in the Valley, it’s difficult to know where to start when you’re in the mood for some deep-fried, grilled, or golden beauties.Read Full Article