3rd Time’s a Charm for the Devoured Phoenix Culinary Classic

February 29, 2012 | 9:30 AM | Art & Entertainment | By Staff

The Devoured Phoenix Culinary Classic returns for the third year in a row. Local chefs, purveyors, and wineries from some of the Valley’s best restaurants, eateries, and vineyards are getting ready to go head-to-head, showing off their delicacies at the Phoenix Art Museum. On March 10 and 11 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day, culinary experts, from a long, mouth-watering list of local favorites will bring their best to the table (get it?).

Kicking off the weekend of edible festivities is the 3rd Annual Bartending Competition at The Vig Uptown on March 7 at 6 p.m. We’ll be there trying to sneak in as judges. For more info and for our interview with competi-tender Joshua James of Parlor Pizzeria, click “120 Seconds with Joshua James.”

Restaurants include: Arizona Culinary Institute, Betty’s Nosh, Chelsea’s Kitchen
Cheuvront Restaurant and Wine Bar, Lon’s at the Hermosa, Province, Roka Akor, St. Francis, Windsor and many more. For the full list of restaurants and wineries, click here.

Your ticket to eat is also your ticket to see inside the Phoenix Art Museum, the southwest’s premier destination for world-class visual arts, with a general admission pass. View the latest exhibitions including Frank Lloyd Wright: Organic Architecture for the 21st Century.

Tickets starting at $59 are selling fast so get yours quick. To purchase, click here.

Phoenix Art Museum | 1625 North Central Avenue | Phoenix, Arizona 85004  




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