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Please Say Hello to Eater Phoenix

Eater’s presence expands to a new market

Chimichanga smothered in guacamole
Sun-dappled chimichanga at Carolina’s Mexican Food in Phoenix
Bill Addison/Eater
Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

It’s all happening —today marks the debut of Eater Phoenix, the first new Eater site since we launched Eater London back in 2017.

Eater Phoenix will focus primarily on service-oriented features and storytelling, such as our acclaimed maps and guides, all designed to help both Phoenix residents and visitors navigate the exciting and expanding restaurant scene here. Eater’s team of on-the-ground correspondents will identify where to eat and why it matters in Phoenix, focusing on the city’s brunch destinations, Mexican restaurants, iconic dishes, and so much more. Phoenix’s growing population, diverse and evolving restaurant scene, and reputation as a tourist attraction all made it an appealing city for us to explore further in our coverage.

This change comes at a time of multiple expansions for Eater and Vox Media that will help us bring our special brand of restaurant knowledge and expertise to even more regions across the country. Eater Charleston is growing into Eater Carolinas, allowing the publication to expand its reach from beyond Charleston into such cities as Asheville, Raleigh, Charlotte, and more. Both sites are part of Eater’s extensive family of restaurant sites, now totaling 25 across America, Europe, and Canada.

We’re excited. We hope you’re excited. Please send any feedback to, and follow the site on Twitter and Facebook.