DraftKings Unveils First PGA TOUR Sportsbook at TPC Scottsdale
DraftKings, in collaboration with PGA TOUR, launched their flagship sportsbook last month at TPC Scottsdale, 8129 E. Bell Rd. The exciting new destination combines world-class golf with a premier sportsbook.
The spacious and custom-designed interior includes state-of-the-art technology offering 32 betting kiosks, 3,400 square-feet of video walls and six ticket windows. Ample lounge seating and VIP spaces in the gaming area offer guests the option to socialize and watch live sports action.
The patio includes fire pits, outdoor games such as cornhole, as well as five cabanas that offer groups a unique space to dine and watch games.
For more information, visit draftkingssportsbook.tpc.com/scottsdale.
Trevor’s Liquor is set to unveil its fourth Valley outpost at PV, the much-anticipated redevelopment of Paradise Valley Mall, in late 2024.
Photo courtesy of RED Development
Emerging as an innovative trailblazer, Trevor’s Liquor challenges the typical liquor store mold. The brand amalgamates a beer and wine bar, an avant-garde beer cave, a pristine walk-in humidor, and an exquisite cigar smoking lounge—each corner echoing the elegance of its premium craft beer, fine wines, distinguished spirits, and opulent cigars.
This forthcoming 13,700-square-foot venture, reclaiming the previous Sears space, promises more than just luxurious spirits. Visitors can anticipate a full-fledged restaurant and bar, an ample outdoor patio for relaxation, and high-tech golf simulators.
Jeff McDonald, owner and partner of Trevor’s, articulates the store’s ethos, “Our commitment is to transcend the regular liquor store aura. We aim to craft an atmosphere that fosters community bonding.”
Having made its debut in December 2020, Trevor’s mission to revolutionize the liquor store ambiance was first witnessed at Trevor’s on McDowell. Following suit, Trevor’s on Mayo graced the Scottsdale 101 Shopping Center in January 2023, offering artisanal pizzas and a polished bar. With the third location set to open its doors in Arcadia this December, the brand’s growth trajectory has been nothing short of impressive.
Sprawling over 100 acres, PV is anticipated to be a hit. This multi-faceted project promises a plethora of dining, retail, and entertainment avenues, accompanied by a scenic hotel. With lush green expanses and intricate walkways, PV is poised to redefine the concept of live-work-play, offering opulent residences and state-of-the-art office campuses, inclusive of amenities like a rooftop tenant lounge and pickleball courts.
The inaugural phase in 2024 will introduce a 400-residence luxury edifice, The Blake, along with Whole Foods Market and Harkins Ciné Grill. Recent announcements have also spotlighted upcoming tenants such as Fox Restaurant Concepts’ Blanco Cocina + Cantina and Flower Child, Sephora, Aveda, Wren House Brewing Co., and Frost Gelato, while 2026 is set to see the debut of the groundbreaking Life Time Living.
For more insights on PV’s developments, visit pvphx.com.
Paradise Valley Gears Up for Annual Veterans Day Vintage Car Show
Photos courtesy of the Town of Paradise Valley
Honoring the valor of veterans through a confluence of history and horsepower, the Town of Paradise Valley is set to host its signature Veterans Appreciation Vintage Car Show on Saturday, Nov. 11.
Scheduled from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. on Veterans Day, this much-awaited event promises an ensemble of vintage vehicular marvels, ranging from pre-1983 sports and race cars to antique and special interest vehicles. Motorcycle enthusiasts won’t be left out, as the show also includes a lineup of classic two-wheelers.
While the event provides an ideal platform for vintage car owners to showcase their prized possessions, participants keen on displaying their vehicles can register at https://carshow2023.givesmart.com.
Diane Wayland, the point of contact for this year’s event, is available to assist with registrations and address queries. She can be reached at 480-348-3530 or via email at [email protected].
It’s pertinent to note that unlike previous editions, this year’s festivities will not include a parade or luncheon.
Locals and visitors alike are encouraged to mark their calendars for a day that commemorates veterans while celebrating the grandeur of automotive history. The event is set to take place at Paradise Valley Town Hall, located at 6401 E. Lincoln Dr. For more information, visit https://paradisevalleyaz.gov/680/veterans-day-car-show.