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WWE in Phoenix: See where the Bella Twins have been spotted in Arizona

Posted at 10:26 AM, Jan 23, 2019
and last updated 2019-01-23 12:27:29-05

PHOENIX — Admit it, there is something fun about visiting a place that a celebrity has been before. Maybe you're a fan, or maybe you want to eat like the celebrities eat, even for a moment. Or maybe you do it "for the gram."

Either way, with WWE in town, where do the Bella Twins hangout in Arizona? Did you know they both graduated from Chaparral High School in Scottsdale? We perused through their social media accounts and here is what we found.

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Most recently, the Twins had a girls night at Buck and Rider, a seafood restaurant and raw oyster bar in Arcadia. It's owned by LGO Hospitality, the group behind Valley hot spots La Grande Orange Pizzeria, Ingo's Tasty Food and Chelsea's Kitchen. Watch the video in the player above for some more top spots.

"Such a special night!!" Brie Bella wrote in an Instagram post.

During the season premiere of their reality TV show, the Twins grabbed Moscow Mules at The Canal Club, a Cuban-themed restaurant and bar at The Scott Resort & Spa in Scottsdale.

To start the holiday season, the family stopped by the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess resort for their annual "Christmas at the Princess" festival. Photos posted to Instagram show Brie outside the skating rink.

The Twins also celebrated their most-recent birthday at Cafe Monarch, a fine-dining restaurant in Scottsdale. "My fav. Cafe Monarch. Old town to New Town. #birthday" Brie captioned a photo on her Instagram.

Last year, Cafe Monarch relocated across the street into a larger building. They serve four-course meals. Take a look inside the restaurant. It has been named to multiple "best of" lists from local and national outlets.

Way back in 2017, Bryan Danielson, a professional wrestler and Brie's husband, took Brie to the Desert Botanical Garden in Phoenix. That same year, he grabbed lunch at Lalibela Cafe, an Ethiopian restaurant in Tempe.