KJZZ Sip and Savor Club

KJZZ Sip and Savor Club

Looking to explore new wines, local eats and great coffee? The KJZZ Sip and Savor Club is a special benefit for Sustaining Members who give $10 a month or more to the station. Sip and Savor Club members can participate in wine and coffee tastings, gourmet dinners, and cooking classes.

Where Sip and Savor Club members have found new places to eat

  • “We have enjoyed Spinato’s Pizza, especially happy to support them when they were curbside only, knowing they were making hard decisions to keep their staff safer.” —Ruth in Scottsdale
  • Sophia’s Kitchen and Nick’s Italian.” —Gail in Phoenix
  • The Duce is an off-beat restaurant, just south of the downtown area in Phoenix, with an eclectic menu and a fun vibe. The food was outstanding and the staff outgoing and friendly.” —Forrest in Glendale
  • Golden Skone in San Tan Valley.” —Susan in San Tan Valley
  • Sicilian Butcher/Baker. Nice outdoor dining space. Great food and cocktails.” —Heather in Sun City
  • Schmooze in Old Town Scottsdale. In these high-stress times, this is an oasis in the middle of Scottsdale busyness. Peaceful, full of flowers and fountains, and delicious breakfast and lunch dishes.” —Tamara in Scottsdale
  • Pita Jungle Uptown and Downtown, Wrigley Mansion, People Pizza Pub, Lola Coffee, and Press Coffee.” —Deb in Phoenix
  • Origami Ramen Bar—local delicious food!” —Ann in Phoenix
  • Thai Chile 2 Go opened in my area, Ahwatukee. I very much like it and it is a local franchise.” —Peggy in Phoenix
  • Little Caye. It is a Caribbean restaurant. Brings back fond memories of my diving trips.” —Sandra in Phoenix
  • “I discovered Khan Thai and Sushi. They have great food, easy online ordering. Also Flower Child because of their eco-friendly approach.” —Ali in Scottsdale
  • Vogue Bistro in Surprise is my favorite! They did to-go during the quarantine and then evolved to social distance without sacrificing quality of delicious food and friendly service.” —Roxan in Surprise

Where Sip and Savor Club members drink coffee

  • Press Coffee is close to me at Waterfront. Great cold brew!” —Val in Scottsdale
  • Saddlecreek.” —Nanci in Cave Creek
  • Peixoto.” —Adam in Chandler
  • Grinders. It is family owned, a friendly environment, and has great coffee.” —Steve in Phoenix
  • Lola Coffee in Arcadia.” —Juli in Phoenix
  • Giant—organic and fair-trade. Echo—the friendliest baristas! Sip—great vibe.” Libby in Tempe
  • Black Rock Coffee Bar at Crismon & Baseline.” —Linda in Mesa
  • Songbird is such a quaint, fun little shop with high-quality products.” —Tiffany in Tempe
  • WhereUbean Coffee.” —Craig in Phoenix

Where Sip and Savor Club members buy wine

  • Provisions [in Scottsdale]—a friend owns it and they always have a nice selection of wines; also Irene’s Tap Room [in North Phoenix].” —Tracey in Phoenix
  • Tarbell’s Wine Store [in the Biltmore Area], great selection, able to try and carry to the restaurant, too.” —Tom in Phoenix
  • Vinum55 [in Uptown Phoenix], very personal experience.” —Heather in Phoenix
  • AJ’s Fine Foods. I always get a great recommendation for something in my meager budget.” —Stephanie in Phoenix
  • Hidden Track Bottle Shop (Downtown and Uptown). They are the best wine shop in the area and carry wines you can’t find elsewhere, along with wines from unfamiliar areas such as the Middle East and more remote parts of Europe. They have a wide variety of wines at all price ranges and truly take the time to get to know their customers, likes and dislikes, and can make informed suggestions.” —James in Phoenix


2323 West 14th Street
Tempe, AZ 85281
(480) 774-8400
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