About Justin

Justin Eats is a food, dining and travel blog, as well as the foodly alter ego of me, published freelance writer Justin Lee. Based in Phoenix, AZ, I’m also a hospitality industry professional, marketing consultant, photographer, and imperfect home cook pulled by experiences that taste good. Besides a brief and embarrassingly unsuccessful academic stint in New York City back in 2002, and extensive travels since, I’ve spent the majority of my life in the Phoenix area. It is an outpost I wholeheartedly love and loathe with equal bias.

My freelance writing and partnership efforts, featured in:
Phoenix Magazine, Modern Luxury Scottsdale, JAVA Magazine, Bite Magazine, Phoenix Home & Garden Magazine, Phaidon Press, Downtown Phoenix Journal, Time Inc.’s Extra Crispy, and 944 Magazine.

This blog exists as the continued convergence of my adult life’s background and primary passions: writing, travel, and food. It’s really nice to meet you.

Justin Eats blog in the news:

Personal Disclaimer/ Site Information:
JustinEats.com is a private endeavor and a personal hobby. It is also a continual work in progress. Unless otherwise noted, all restaurants, businesses and or products reviewed or featured on this website are based solely on my own personal preferences and election. Any and all relevant press or media submissions are subjected to my own personal editorial review, and I will always disclose when particular experiences and or products were offered free of charge.


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For a selection of past writing clips, please e-mail me here.

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