Yo Ho Ho and a Trip to Rum Bar

June 13, 2012 | 10:00 AM | Bars | By Alanna Watson

Work week got you down? If the daily grind is taking its toll on your, you know, “you-ness”, it might just be time to take a little trip somewhere more exotic for your nightly happy hour. Don’t fret, you don’t really have to travel far, just to Downtown Phoenix’s Rum Bar for their new ” A-RUM-a Therapy” punch social hour. Every weekday from 5-7 pm, you can now enjoy $5 rum punch and specially priced (delicious) food to help you relax after a tough day. The ever-changing bowl of punch will always feature the best ingredients, the freshest of fruits and the most carefully made concoctions to quench your thirst and relax your mind (as if owner, Dwayne Allen, would have it any other way). You can also look forward to a new menu of summer cocktails that Arizona’s only everyone’s favorite exclusively rum establishment rolled out just last week. Take a peek here  and be sure to take a little time to stop in Rum Bar or neighboring restaurant, The Breadfruit, to eat some authentic Jamaican cuisine and adopt a more Caribbean state of mind, if only for a little while.

Rum Bar l 108 E Pierce St., Phoenix, AZ 8500 l 602 267 1266 

Fleming’s Bar La Carte

June 11, 2012 | 12:05 PM | Bars | By Maxfield Barker

Being one of the most popular steakhouses around the Valley, Fleming’s is making sure to stay ahead of the game by introducing its new Bar la Carte menu this summer.

Exclusive to the bar, the menu offers guests six new dishes available any time, any day of the week. If you think these are just appetizers, you are mistaken friend. More substantial than the typical “bar bites” found at other restaurants, the addition of this Bar la Carte menu makes Fleming’s bar as much a destination for food as it is for wine and cocktails.

Fleming’s, being the classy bunch they are, have paired not only wine, but a variety of cocktails and beer with each of the six new menu items. Here’s how we know it’s good: Flemming’s spent over a year testing and tasting before deciding on the menu. Talk about research (where can we sign up for that job?)

Here’s a look at what the menu has to offer.

Salt and Pepper Shrimp ($15) served with crispy fried green beans, thin slices of lemon, and a caper-mustard dipping sauce; Prime Steakhouse Meatballs ($9) in a spicy peppercorn sauce with shitake mushrooms; Fleming’s Original Prime Rib Melt ($16) is slow roasted prime rib stacked on a toasted parmesan baguette with Swiss cheese, sautéed mushrooms, whole-grain mustard, horseradish slaw, and au jus for dipping; Filet Mignon Flatbread ($12) is topped with Danish Blue and Monterey jack cheeses, and red onion confit.”

There are four Valley locations, to find the one closest to you, click here.

 

The Weekender: Apt. 5D

June 8, 2012 | 2:00 PM | Bars | By Kara Philp

Photo courtesy of Del Frisco's Grille

It is no coincidence that Saturday marks both Arizona’s Annual Strawberry Festival and the opening of Del Frisco’s Grille at the Esplanade – the latter being home to Apt. 5D, our featured beverage recipe. This cocktail just so happens to be a strawberry celebration in and of itself. It’s simple, festive and certain to refresh.

Ingredients

3 oz. SKYY Vodka

1 oz. simple syrup

1 oz. lemon juice

¼ oz. Balsamic Vinegar

4 muddled strawberries

Preparation

1. Combine all ingredients.

2. Add ice and shake (stirring optional).

3. Enjoy.

Staycation Dining: A Tourist Experience for Local Palates

June 6, 2012 | 3:00 PM | Bars | By Kara Philp

Wish you were catching a wave at Waikiki beach or on a yacht cruising the Caribbean? How about a staycation dining experience at one of these five Valley restaurants. Photo by Kara Philp

Let’s face it, vacation season is upon us and while most Valley residents can’t take the entire summer off to soak up the sun poolside or sip tropical drinks on sandy beaches, we can still pretend. Enter the vacation dining experience; one part staycation and one part tropical cuisine and ambiance.

If seeing (and tasting) is believing, you could mistake these five local hotspots for an evening in paradise. Read all about it after the jump.  »READ MORE

Shake Things Up at Tilted Kilt

May 31, 2012 | 11:00 AM | Bars | By Staff

When life hands you lemons, you head down to the nearest bar and drink away your sorrows. Oh, that’s not how the saying goes? Well someone should tell the people down at Tilted Kilt because their new cocktails seem to suggest they think otherwise.  Like that lemons serve a much better purpose when they’re shaken to a pulp on the rocks with alcohol and we have to admit, we agree wholeheartedly. Starting June 11 – August 5th, Tilted Kilt will be serving seven new “Shaker” cocktails which are handcrafted at the bar in mason jars (um…awesome?) and then shaken at your table by a scantily clad plaid Tilted Kilt girl. Pictured is the Watermelon Shaker which includes Bacardi Superior Rum, Monin Watermelon Syrup, Finest Call Premium Lime Sour, Cranberry Juice and garnished with a cherry and, you guessed it, lemon slices. If you feel the need to mix up your summer routine, then shimmy on down to one of the six Valley locations  and just shake it off.

Chow Down: This Week in Food Blogs

May 30, 2012 | 4:17 PM | Bars | By Kara Philp

After a Memorial Day weekend that included the finale of Arizona Spring Restaurant Week as well as the end of Anthony Bourdain’s run with No Reservations, we’re nearly at a loss. Nonetheless, here’s the redux of this week’s happenings in our favorite food blogs: 

In case you’re looking to replace your Travel Channel foodie, we recommend checking out Valley restaurants as they are featured in the Food Network’s series, Mystery Diners. The season premiered Friday and here is the schedule courtesy of Chow Bella.

Since nothing quenches the incessant summer thirst quite like a day at the pool, bar, pool/bar, Scottsdale’s new El Santo is perfect for getting the job done. This pool-cantina-patio-bar hybrid is the brainchild of Bryan Chittenden and is a seasonal and flavorful oasis for those looking for more than just a tan. As featured by Chow Bella.

If flip flops and fish tacos aren’t your idea of a good time inland, perhaps The Phoenix Ale Brewery’s First Friday mash up of art, fashion, beer and music is more your speed. For more info, click here.

Photo Courtesy of El Santo Cantina.

Esquire’s Best Bars in America 2012

May 23, 2012 | 7:27 AM | Bars | By Staff

It’s another addition to our catalog of the best places to have a drink in America. As always, the project is guided by David Wondrich: Esquire’s drinks correspondent, the world’s foremost cocktail historian, and the best drinking partner anyone has ever had. So, here’s the list.

Read more via Esquire

Eat A Puck, Win Playoff Tickets

May 10, 2012 | 1:00 PM | Bars | By Maxfield Barker

Who would’ve thought a hockey team in Arizona would’ve made it this far this season? For those of you not in the Phoenix Coyote’s loop, you should know that the ‘Yotes have made to the NHL Western Conference Finals, a first in the their 15 year history. Lucky Break Billiards, Bar and Grill in Tempe, will be hosting a viewing party for Game 1 against the L.A. Kings, Saturday night. Two fans will have the opportunity to win tickets to game 2.  Here’s the catch: it’s a hockey puck eating contest.

Now we know that sounds a little dangerous but don’t worry, they’re aren’t actual hockey pucks, they’re frozen Hostess Ding-Dongs. Even so, it’s still quite the challenge. Lucky Break will take sign-ups to participate in which any fan can enter. However, they will only draw so many names of people who will actually try to eat the pucks. Any person who enters the contest must be present to have their name drawn-the eating contest will happen right on the spot.

Make sure to stop by Lucky Break this Sunday, May 13. The game is scheduled to start at 7:00 p.m., and the contest will take place directly after the game, which ends between 9:30-10:00. Go ‘Yotes!

Lucky Break Billiards | 1807 East Baseline Road | Tempe, Arizona 85283

Image via Paul Connors/AP

Mill Ave: The New Home To The World of Beer

May 7, 2012 | 3:50 PM | Bars | By Maxfield Barker

Mill Avenue, Tempe’s number one spot for drinks, dining, dancing, and all around good times, will be adding one more spot to quench your thirst this summer. Opening in early July, World of Beer will make Mill its first AZ location.

Actually this popular east coast bar will make Tempe its first west coast location and with over 50 craft and major beers on tap, we can barely hide our excitement. If any of you have been to Mill recently, then you surely remember the old bank/former American Apparel retailer on 6th street. That old bank will become the newest franchise of WOB. And they’re doing some pretty cool things to it. For instance, the bar is utilizing the bank’s vault and turning it into a safe room, complete with TVs and seating for up to 15 people. World of Beer is also working to restore the building’s old, red brick to its former glory.

Perfect for all of you ASU students on summer vacation, WOB will be looking for more than 30 new employees to work at the new Tempe location.  Information on a job fair in June will soon be available and interested candidates can sign-up online to be notified in advance.

We’ll see you at the Grand Opening in July!

World of Beer | 526 Mill Avenue | Tempe, Arizona 85281

 

Feasts and Drinks at The Saguaro

April 11, 2012 | 12:30 PM | Bars | By Maxfield Barker

The Saguaro Hotel in Scottsdale, known for its bright colors and contemporary vibe, is now offering you more than couple reasons to have a stay-cation this weekend, and every weekend after that. This popular Scottsdale hotel features two very cool restaurants, Distrito and Old Town Whiskey, both of which are introducing exciting, new specials.

Let us start with Distrito. They proudly present a new weekend brunch with bottomless cocktails (yes please). Spice your weekend up with new modern Mexican dishes ala Chef Jose Garces. Some of our new favorites include Distrito Eggs Benedict, chorizo, brioche, and a black truffle hollandaise. The Tres Leches French Toast is served with fresh berries and Chantilly Cream and Costillas, a Berkshire pork spare rib dish with a chipotle-cider mustard BBQ. To go along with the food, for $15 Distrito will offer bottomless Bloody Marias and Mimosas. It gets better when you realize these drinks are completely customizable with a list of 16 ingredients.

Old Town Whiskey is stepping up its game too with its Saturday Midnight Feast and Daily Happy Hour. When the clock strikes midnight every Saturday, the Whiskey will offer a complimentary Midnight Feast. We’re going to repeat that: a complimentary Midnight Feast. Enjoy Chef Garces famous fried chicken wings after a night of hitting the bars. Speaking of drinks, the Whiskey’s “Shoot ‘Em Up Early” happy hour is available 7 days a week, from 4 – 7 p.m. with cocktail, beer, and food specials starting at $4. Our favorites: BBQ Pork Sliders, Pickled Beet Crostini, and the Pony Express Old Fashioned.

We know what we’re doing this weekend, what about you?

The Saguaro | 4000 North Drinkwater Blvd. | Scottsdale, Arizona 85251

 

Mastro’s New Drink Menu

April 4, 2012 | 7:55 AM | Bars | By Maxfield Barker

All Mastro’s restaurants will be serving up a plethora of new uniquely-crafted cocktails aimed pleasing any and all palates beginning this week. These new drinks are mixed with the freshest ingredients and premium liqueurs and spirits. All of this combined with Mastro’s award winning menu and you have one of the best places to wine and dine in the Valley. Just take a look at some of these new drinks just added for Spring:  Preview the menu after the break »READ MORE

Chow Down: This Week in Food Blogs

March 28, 2012 | 11:30 AM | Bars | By Alanna Watson

Forgive us, but the only hunger games we’ve ever heard of come with tossing small, round foods into someone’s open mouth when bored. Or that one where we work out extra hard at the gym just to feel less guilty about the burrito we shove in after. To each his own, right? Play with us as we recap this week’s food blogs:

»READ MORE

Worth Repeating: A (Charitable) Glimpse of Postino East

March 18, 2012 | 2:00 PM | Bars | By Staff

As chosen by you, here are the most popular stories of ALL TIME  aka last week, just in case you missed them.

Upward Projects will kick the doors open a few days early for a first glimpse of Postino East, the sister project of Central Phoenix’s original wine café Postino, from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. Saturday, March 17. Open to the public, guests are encouraged to hop on their beach cruisers and pedal over to the event, which will benefit Gilbert Public School’s partnership with Arizona Brainfood, an organization that discreetly provides a backpack of food to feed hungry school children on the weekends. For a nominal donation, ($25 for adults, $10 for kids at the door or online), Gilbert residents and those that make the trek out East will be treated to an entertaining afternoon of wine, bruschetta, live music and neighborhood family fun. Tickets are limited. To purchase, click here.

Postino East’s official Grand Opening is Monday, March 19: expect thirty-six unique wines; simple, delicious food prepared with local ingredients such as bruschetta, paninis, salads and soups, and a warm, friendly culture that brings people together.

Postino East 302 North Gilbert Road | Gilbert, AZ 85234

Girls Night Out Just Got Better

March 6, 2012 | 7:55 AM | Bars | By Staff

Ladies, Wednesdays are about to become less boring. At 9 p.m every Wednesday starting March 7, The Mint in Scottsdale will present “Soiree de la Femme,” a monthly affair of elegance and indulgence for  all of the girls in your life. Get the VIP girl’s night out treatment with mini-manicures and free hair styling by Primp N’ Blow – not to mention sweet treats, a champagne bar and half-price cosmopolitans till 11 p.m. Along with half-off beer, champagne, cocktails and wine starting at 10 p.m., female DJ’s will rock the evenings away till 2 a.m., starting with San Diego’s Tara Brooks, who has played the Winter Music Conference in Miami and at various Las Vegas and Hollywood hotspots. Girls who attend will also receive gift bags filled that items that we love, such as gift cards, coupons and beauty supplies.

For more information, click here.

Worth Repeating: 120 Seconds: Joshua James of Parlor Pizzeria

February 26, 2012 | 2:43 PM | Bars | By Maxfield Barker

As chosen by you, here are the most popular stories of ALL TIME aka last week, just in case you missed them.

Devour Phoenix is looking for the number one bartender with the Third Annual Bartending Competition hosted at the Vig Uptown, Wednesday March 7 at 6:00 p.m. Twelve of the Valley’s best will be going head to head to claim the title of Top Bartender. Using locally distilled Arroyo Vodka to create signature cocktails, who will be triumphant?  One strong contender is Joshua James of Parlor Pizzeria. For this 120 Seconds we had to opportunity to talk to James and learn what’s he’s drinking, 3 rules every patron should adhere to, and more.

DLT: What makes you AZ’s greatest bartender
Joshua James: A healthy dose of humility.

Your favorite drink to make?
My favorite drink to make is a rye old fashioned.

Least favorite to make or serve?
My absolute least favorite to drink to make is a Bloody Mary. The smell of tomato juice makes me cringe.

List three dont’s that every bar patron should adhere to »READ MORE

The Weekender: A Day at The Spa

February 24, 2012 | 2:00 PM | Bars | By Staff

The refreshment of a trip to the spa can be found in a cold glass of a “Day at The Spa” cocktail from El Chorro. Refreshing, yet spicy, the cocktail will be available through spring along with 11 others until temperatures hit triple digits. Considering asking your drinking buddy for a foot massage while enjoying your Day at The Spa for a spa-like experience at the bar. We kid. Bring the spa home with recipe below.

A Day at The Spa Cocktail

Ingredients:
1 ½ oz Grey Goose La Poire
1 oz St-Germain Elderflower liqueur
2 cucumber slices
2 jalapeno slices
Sprite
Soda water

Preparation:
Muddle the cucumber and the jalapeno in a tall glass. Add Grey Goose and St-Germain.
Top with equal parts Sprite and soda water.
Garnish with a cucumber slice on the rim.

***Tip: Remove jalapeno seeds for a milder cocktail.

120 Seconds: Joshua James of Parlor Pizzeria

February 24, 2012 | 12:00 PM | Bars | By Maxfield Barker

Devour Phoenix is looking for the number one bartender with the Third Annual Bartending Competition hosted at the Vig Uptown, Wednesday March 7 at 6:00 p.m. Twelve of the Valley’s best will be going head to head to claim the title of Top Bartender. Using locally distilled Arroyo Vodka to create signature cocktails, who will be triumphant?  One strong contender is Joshua James of Parlor Pizzeria. For this 120 Seconds we had to opportunity to talk to James and learn what’s he’s drinking, 3 rules every patron should adhere to, and more.

DLT: What makes you AZ’s greatest bartender
Joshua James: A healthy dose of humility.

Your favorite drink to make?
My favorite drink to make is a rye old fashioned.

Least favorite to make or serve?
My absolute least favorite to drink to make is a Bloody Mary. The smell of tomato juice makes me cringe. »READ MORE

Cocktail Week Carousels

February 23, 2012 | 7:55 AM | Art & Entertainment | By Staff

Whether you’re a cocktail connoisseur or just a lover of libations, Arizona Cocktail Week has been a blast, but it is far from over. Keep the celebrations in tow with a Cocktail Dinner at Distrito or a Clase Azul Tequila Dinner at La Hacienda February 23, and top off the week’s festivities with St. Germains at Culinary Dropout.

From 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday, February 23, Distrito Chef Pete Balodimas, Ambassador for Milagro tequila Gaston Martinez and master mixologist Jason Asher will host a special “imbibe and dine” evening, where each guest will be given their own mixology kit and will learn to make Milagro cocktails, the Mercadito, Veracruzana and Carpe Dia. Guests will also pair their creations with three courses featuring luscious dishes like Tuna Ceviche with cucumber salsa, lime sorbet, pickled jalapeno and compressed cucumber and Roasted Suckling Pig with blackberry mojo and garbanzo-sage cassoulet. Followed by tequila flights and churros for dessert, cost is $40 per guest. To make reservations, call 480.970.4444.

That same evening, La Hacienda will provide a four-course dinner menu featuring Clase Azul Anejo tequila, accompanied by specialty cocktails, tequila flights and a sampling of the Clase Azul Extra Anejo, ‘Ultra.’ Clase Azul owner, John Hanson, will ride along for the evening, along with Chef Forest Hamrick and “Tequila Goddess” Danielle Griffin. Limited seating available. Cost is $85 per person. To reserve a spot, call 480.585.4848 ex. 7320.

Cap off Cocktail Week at St. Germains Bottoms Up Event at 11 a.m. February 25 at Culinary Dropout. Co-hosted by Young’s Market Co., the event is complimentary for conference attendees and will feature live music, food and of course, specialty cocktails until midnight. Guests will be able to discuss what they learned this week, speak with industry experts and perhaps mix up some new concoctions.

Culinary Dropout | 7135 East Camelback Road # 125, Scottsdale, AZ | 85251

Leinenkugel Hits a Homer for Spring Training

February 22, 2012 | 4:30 PM | Bars | By Maxfield Barker

It’s almost spring time and that means baseball is almost back. And with spring training just around the corner, Wisconsin-based Leinenkugel Brewing Co. will be stopping by Phoenix to celebrate its 145th anniversary. Sharing its award winning craft beers on a tour across the country, Leinie will be hitting the Valley starting March 1.

The brewery also teamed up with Wisconsin-based Sartori Cheese Company to provide beer and cheese pairings. So come on out and talk beer with the Leinenkugel family. Find out where after the jump: »READ MORE

Beer Tastes Better in a Kilt

February 22, 2012 | 12:30 PM | Bars | By Staff

We certainly think so. Don your kilt at Four Peaks Brewery’s 1st Annual Kilt Fest this Saturday, February 25th at CityScape in downtown Phoenix. Just $5 gets you in the door for plenty of Four Peaks’ Kilt Lifter brew and more of the local brewery’s favorites. Kilt Fest will also feature music from Keltic Cowboys, the O’Henry Band, food trucks and the official after party at CopperBlues with more live music and drink specials.

Wear your kilt, though lifting it is optional, from 12- 5 p.m. on Saturday.

CityScape | 1 E Washington Street | Phoenix, AZ | 85004

Rita on the Rocks: DLT’s Margarita Round-Up

February 22, 2012 | 9:30 AM | Bars | By Alanna Watson

Happy National Margarita Day. In honor of this blessed, salt-rimmed holiday, we have created a list of 10 margaritas in the Valley you should definitely try. Near and far, blended or on the rocks, these margaritas will have you all twisted….in a good way.

1. Distrito’s House Margarita – The Saguaro’s modern Mexican restaurant is celebrating this holiday in a big way. The happy hour menu is offered all day and house margaritas are just $2.50. Plus, you can “make your own” margarita by choosing from a list of over 100 tequilas, fresh juices, chiles and juice infusions. The combinations are endless.

2. Z’Tejas Chambord Margarita – Don’t let the sweet raspberry coloring and blended disposition of this sneaky little drink trick you because it will knock you on your ass and steal your wallet before you can even order a second. It’s no exaggeration and they really will cut you off after three….so celebrate responsibly.

3. Canteen Tequila Bar’s Paloma Margarita – Refreshing seems to be the only accurate way we can describe this Tempe treasure. With 100% Blue Agave Blanco Tequila, organic grapefruit soda, fresh lime and grapefruit zest, the only thing keeping us from drinking this margarita as a routine morning pick-me-up are societal standards.

4. The Mission’s Blood Orange Margarita – We admit it, blood orange draws us in because it is the most badass name for a fruit ever, but after trying the Blood Orange Margarita at The Mission, it became our favorite fruit for a whole new list of reasons. The little splash of gran marnier is the perfect topper for this perfect cocktail.

5. Zipp’s Sports Grill’s  Zipparita – We know what you’re thinking. Yes, it is a ridiculous name and yes, it is coming from a sports grill that should specialize in beer and nachos, but this frosty margarita has gotten nothing but rave reviews from locals for years. Go for a game and try it out.

The Weekender: Pink Margarita

February 17, 2012 | 3:00 PM | Bars | By Staff

Via Cosmopolitan

Whether you’re recovering from Valentine’s Day (or S.A.D) festivities or readying yourself for a few days of Mardi Gras revelry, we don’t think it’ll be difficult for you to squeeze in a little time this weekend to recognize National Margarita Day February 19. All it takes is a little ice, a little lemon juice, and a lot little tequila to remember that it’s always at least 5 o’ clock somewhere.

Ingredients
1 1/2 oz. tequila
.25 oz. Campari
.5 oz. fresh lemon juice
.5 oz. honey

Preparation
Mix ingredients into a cocktail shaker with ice and shake vigorously. Pour into a tumbler. Serve on the rocks and garnish with a lemon slice and mint leaf.

 

Mardi Crawl Returns to Downtown Phoenix

February 17, 2012 | 9:30 AM | Art & Entertainment | By Staff

Who said you have to go all the way to New Orleans to celebrate Mardi Gras? No one! Instead, start the festivities on Saturday, February 18 with the Downtown Phoenix Mardi Gras Parade, Festival & Pub Crawl. Beginning with the parade on Madison between 1st Street and Central, mardi-goers will then head on over to the Festival at CityScape, which will feature bands like Bad Cactus Marching Band, food vendors, artists and fortune tellers. If they haven’t partied enough to last till next year, participants can then cap off the evening with the Mardi Crawl, a pub crawl that will run from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. and will stop at Seamus McCaffrey’s, Rose & Crown, Bar Smith, Coach & Willie’s, Ghost Lounge, Tilted Kilt, Copper Blues, and Lucky Strike. Followed by after-hours pizza at Downtown Pizza Lounge, tickets are $8 in advance and $10 the day of the event; trolleys will take teams to each bar. For tickets, click here. 

 

5 for $5 at The Mint

February 16, 2012 | 7:55 AM | Bars | By Maxfield Barker

If you enjoy tasting and learning about different wines, sip with us at The Mint tonight Thursday, February 16, to sample their wine list. The night will offer five tastes of exceptional wines for $5. Along with that a $5 sampler of signature Asian delicacies, courtesy of Chef Johnny Chu, will be available. Have some Sugar Cane Pork, Edamame with White Truffle Butter, and Goat Cheese Wontons paired with a nice Chardonnay or Merlot.

If you want to learn more about wines and vineyards, The Mint will also feature an on-site sommelier. The night is completed with live entertainment by Lea Cappelli.

So drink up winos, we’ll see you tonight.

The Mint | 7373 East Camelback Road | Scottsdale, Arizona 85251

Valentine’s Day Not Making You Glad? Then Get S.A.D.

February 13, 2012 | 9:30 AM | Bars | By Staff

If all of this hype about Valentine’s Day makes you want to hurl, cry or bury yourself into a pint of Ben & Jerry’s, we get it – but get over it, throw on your hottest heels and come out to Culinary Dropout at 7 p.m. Wednesday, February 15 to celebrate being single with $5 bubbly, $4 well drinks, $8 cocktails and local band Blues Man Mike. It will be Singles Awareness Day (S.A.D.), after all, and what better way to stick to Valentine’s Day than with aptly-named concoctions such as SADcakes, a sweet libation made with Malibu, Cruzan Rum, crème de cacao, cream and simple syrup topped with pomegranate foam and sprinkles, or the Effen Cupid, which features Effen Black Cherry Vodka, raspberry, lime and simple syrup, garnished with conversation hearts. One shy of a couple? Order a Table for One (with your head held high), created with vanilla liqueur, Hornitos Plata, raspberry puree, simple syrup and lime juice or imbibe your sorrows with Dear John, a forget-it-all potion made with John Jameson, cherry bitters, Solerno, simple syrup and lemon juice and garnished with a lemon-wrapped cherry. And get your mojo going with Chilled Oysters, cozy up to the single person next to you and share a baked-to-order, perfect-for-two Apple Monkey Bread and more.

For more information about Culinary Dropout, click here.

Culinary Dropout | 7135 East Camelback Road, Scottsdale, AZ | 85251.

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