Swine, Wine and Beer

February 20, 2013 | 11:00 AM | Eat & Drink | By Maxfield Barker

_MG_6738cA brand new restaurant concept is coming to the Valley on Monday, March 4. Bringing sustainable, modern farmhouse cuisine to Phoenix, Salty Sow will be located on Cactus and Tatum.

So, what can you expect from the Salty Sow? Chef and restaurant partner, Harold Marmulstein plans to have signature food that features the most elegant of pork. Pork belly with collard greens & soy balsamic syrup; milk braised pork shoulder with white beans, escarole & pecorino; and crisp chicken thighs with fried smashed potato and neck bone gravy, these are just a few examples.

It was also feature an excellent happy hour everyday from 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm. You can hang out in the lounge or on the patio while sipping on wine, beer, and cocktails and enjoy $5.00 bites.

For more information, click here.

Central Bistro Grand Opening Mid Oct.

October 2, 2012 | 12:00 PM | Restaurants | By Maxfield Barker

Bringing unique European flavors to the Biltmore neighborhood, Central Bistro will be celebrating its grand opening mid October. Located on 32nd Street and Camelback, the Bistro brings together the flavors of Italy and France ala German Osio and Chef Andrea Volpi. This comes two years after the team brought us Local Bistro in North Scottsdale.

The modern surroundings are complemented by atmospheric lighting in Central. You can watch the kitchen do its magic in the wood-fired grill and traditional Italian pizza oven, all from behind a glass wall.

All menu items at the Bistro are made from scratch, a lot of which come from local sources. This includes the handmade pastas, sauces, and dressings.

We’ll keep you posted on the exact opening day. For more information about the restaurant, click here.

Central Bistro | 3160 East Camelback Road | Phoenix, AZ 85016

The New Italian in Town

September 25, 2012 | 3:00 PM | Eat & Drink | By Maxfield Barker

This Thursday, September 27, The Shops at Gainey Ranch will be home to a new Italian joint. Serving a taste of northern Italian cuisine, we can’t wait to try La Prima Donna.

Here’s why: Pastas and salads will be prepared right in front of you at the table. Specializing in the simplicity of the ingredients, be ready for an authentic Italian experience. Aside from in house accommodations, La Prima Donna will also have an extensive catering experience. Whether you want a charcuterie board for work or a nice picnic in the park, everything is customizable.

You shouldn’t miss out on the atmosphere, though. Large skylights and two fire places set the mood. Once you walk in, you’ll feel like your in Verona. Chef and owner Giovanni Leonel truly created a restaurant masterpiece.

La Prima Donna | 7704 East Doubletree Ranch Road | Scottsdale, Arizona

Grind Opens Second Location

September 11, 2012 | 1:30 PM | Eat & Drink | By Maxfield Barker

Tuesday, September 18 is National Cheeseburger day. What better way to celebrate than heading into The Grind in Scottsdale or Arcadia. September 14 marks the grand opening of The Grind’s second location in Scottsdale. Enjoy the same menu from coal-fired ovens while sipping on cocktails and enjoying the great patio seating.

These award-winning burgers will win you over if you haven’t tried them yet. To give you a taste (figuratively, unfortunately,) pictured above is the scrumptious Sweet & Spicy burger. Our mouthes are watering just looking at the picture. To get the real-life effect, head over to The Grind.

For the location nearest you, click here.

The Grind Scottsdale | 20511 North Hayden Road | Scottsdale, AZ 85255

 

Need A New Spot To Watch Football?

August 30, 2012 | 3:00 PM | Eat & Drink | By Maxfield Barker

El Santo Cantina Patio Bar and Restaurant will sack your football cravings this season. Over 40 TVs, great food and drinks, and an excellent atmosphere will all be waiting for you every game of the season. El Santo kicks off their football season specials on Sunday, September 9. It gets better with El Santo kicks off their football season specials on Sunday

For just $25, the PREGAME Brunch includes food and bottomless mimosas. GAMETIME (ALL DAY) include $2 Mimosas, $2 Tacos, $3 Drafts, $5 Bloody Mary’s, $6 Beer-Garitas. HALFTIME (of the Feature Game), 2 for 1 drinks and HALF PRICED Appetizers.

El Santo Cantina | 7301 East Butherus Drive | Scottsdale, AZ 85260

Raising Cane’s Labor Day Donations

August 30, 2012 | 1:30 PM | Eat & Drink | By Maxfield Barker

Lately we’ve been talking a lot about Labor Day and the festivities that come with it. There are plenty of pool parties, dance parties, bars, and get togethers. But only place will be doing something truly different. On Monday, September 2, which of course is Labor Day, Raising Cane’s will be donating 100-percent of its Labor Day sales to Valley of the Sun United Way. Yes, all three locations will be donating 100% of their profits to charity that day. That’s pretty much unheard of. Give it up for Raising Cane’s. You can do so by stopping by one of their locations and grabbing some grub.

Chef Eddie Matney To Serve Northern AZ

August 23, 2012 | 2:00 PM | Art & Entertainment | By Maxfield Barker

Chef Eddie Matney, one of our favorite local culinary masters, will be heading up north tomorrow to serve patrons at Ranch House Restaurant at Hidden Meadow RanchMatney, owner of “Eddie’s House” will work side-by-side with Hidden Meadow Ranch’s own Chef Kurt Jacobsen to create a spectacular menu for you.

Starting at 6pm on Saturday, August 25 Chef Eddie Matney will prepare 3 courses of his classic American and Mediterranean inspired cuisine, ending with a “cherry on top” dessert. Let’s take a look at the menu:

Appetizer-Trio

Mint Pesto Grilled lamb Chops, mint cumin hummus

Mo’ Rockin shrimp with honey dough balls

Magic Mushroom Bisque Cappuccino

Salad

Smoked Salmon, Peach & Arugula Salad with shaved red onion & toasted white beans

Entrée

Buffalo Osso Bucco over cheesy poblano grits & Jack Daniels Demi Glace

Dessert

Mount Rainier Cherry & Mascarpone Turnover finished with a Thyme Caramel Glace, served with warm Vanilla Bean Ice Cream

Tequila On Tap Is Coming

August 22, 2012 | 12:45 PM | Eat & Drink | By Maxfield Barker

You read that correctly, Tequila on tap will be heading to the Valley next month. Mesa’s new restaurant hot spot TQLA will be opening Monday, September 17. Voted one of the best Tequila Bars in USA Today, the tequila on tap is hyper-cooled to 5 degrees Fahrenheit. Excuse the pun, but how cool is that?

TQLA will feature more than just an unheard of way to serve tequila; it’s menu is a great blend of Southwest and Coastal Mexican cuisine. The most anticipated dishes: crawfish and spinach enchiladas, table-side guacamole, pumpkin seed crusted salmon, and for dessert—the Cuatro Leches is not to be missed.

This is a tequila bar with a conscience. The TQLA family will also hold a VIP charity party leading up to the grand opening to benefit Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center.

TQLA | 1840 South Val Vista Drive | Mesa, Arizona 85204


Sushi Roku Celebrates Four Years

August 17, 2012 | 3:30 PM | Eat & Drink | By Maxfield Barker

It has been four years since Sushi Roku has called the Valley home and they want to say “domo arigato.” How you ask? From September 25 to the 27th, Sushi Roku will be selling every dish on the dinner for half price. Yes, we just said half price on all dinner entrees. This includes everything from Yellowtail Sashimi with Diced Chilies, Spicy Tuna Rolls, and Yuzu-Drizzled Octopus, to Rib Eye Steak and the critically acclaimedOysters with Uni and Caviar and Omakase. Our mouths are watering too.

There’s more. Roku’s signature cocktail, the Roku Fusion can be yours for only $5. A fusion of Svedka Vodka, honey, cantaloupe, and watermelon, the cocktail is perfect thing to compliment your delicious meal. The deal is only good for three days, so make sure you find yourselves there.

Sushi Roku | 7277 East Camelback Road | Scottsdale, AZ 85251

Raising Cane’s Raises The Bar

August 15, 2012 | 11:30 AM | Eat & Drink | By Maxfield Barker

It’s been less than a year since Raising Cane‘s has opened its first restaurant in the Valley. Guess what? The third installment of this great chicken place is heading to Tempe, with a grand opening this Friday, August 17.

Located on University Drive, 10 a.m. marks the opening where you can indulge in some free food. The first 101 people through the door will receive a free box combo. It gets better when you hear that one lucky person will be winning free chicken for a whole year.

That’s perfect for that ASU student in your life. Make sure they don’t go hungry this coming school year by heading to Raising Cane this Friday. Speaking of ASU, Also attending the grand opening festivities Sparky and four members of ASU’s Spirit Squad.

During the day, Raising Cane will be helping the community by providing United Way with a $5,000 check. Now that’s an admirable chicken joint.

Raising Cane | 960 E University Drive | Tempe, Arizona 85281 

Del Frisco’s Grille is a Hot Concept

August 6, 2012 | 2:06 PM | Eat & Drink | By Maxfield Barker

Del Frisco’s Grille at Camelback’s Esplanade is proud to announce that they have been named one of this year’s “Hot Concepts” by Nation’s Restaurant News. On June 9, Phoenix became the new home of this great restaurant. It is no wonder they won this award. Well, that and the contemporary American cuisine and approachable menu, a vibrant atmosphere, an expansive wine list, hand-crafted cocktails and genuine hospitality, were all factors in the decision as well.

“We built Del Frisco’s Grille to feel modern, inviting, stylish and fun for our guests, and I think the editors at Nation’s Restaurant News saw those qualities come together in a unique way at our restaurant,” Mark S. Mednansky, CEO of Del Frisco’s Restaurant Group, said.

If you haven’t check out Del Frisco’s yet, we highly recommend that you do.

Del Frisco’s Grille

 

Some Like It Hot: Barrio Queen’s $2 Tacos

August 1, 2012 | 10:00 AM | Deals | By Alanna Watson

Have you heard the news? Barrio Queen has just started offering $2 tacos all day every Tuesday. No, this is not a scam, we just went and experienced the mouthwatering reality for ourselves and let us tell you, it was worth every penny – and far less pennies at that.  The delicious Old Town Mexican restaurant is under the same famed magical chef wand of Silvana Salcido Esparza, head chef of Phoenix’s Best Mexican Restaurant, Barrio Cafe,  and the food is every ounce as delicious with just the right amount of spice…if you like it spicy. The extended happy hour also allows you to drink house margs, beers and select wines for just $3 a pop all while picking and choosing from dozens of different tacos for prices that rival T-Bell.  With excellent service, delicious table-side guacamole and amazing atmosphere, we recommend you make a reservation for all Tuesdays in the foreseeable future. We also recommend that you try the Barrio Pollo and Chorizo taco (pictured). Heck, try two, they’re cheap!

Also, if you happen to own a lowrider vehicle (or know some distant cousin who does), you can drive it in after 7 p.m. to snag the same tacos for just $1. It’s called the Summer Park-N-Shine and we think it’s the greatest idea…ever.

7114 E. Stetson Drive, 105 l Scottsdale, 85251 l 480.656.4197

 

Working Downtown? Check Out These Great Deals

July 30, 2012 | 11:18 AM | Eat & Drink | By Maxfield Barker

Located in the heart of Downtown Phoenix, Cityscape has something for everyone. Whether it’s a fancy schmancy restaurant or just a casual place to grab a drink, it’s starting to attract much of the nightlife in the downtown area. But what about lunch time?

With plenty of offices in the surrounding area, Cityscape is the perfect spot to gather your co-workers for a lunch that doesn’t come in a sack. Check out our round-up of the restaurants that offer lunch specials so you can make the most of your mid-day escape.

Fuego CityScape

Happy hour at this newly opened modern Mexican restaurant goes beyond the typical fare. Monday through Saturday from 3pm to close, enjoy 18 different menu items for $6 or less. Menu choices range from Cubano sliders and a BBQ pork quesadilla to empanadas and mini veggie tostadas. For drinks, chose from wines by the glass, premium drafts, housemade sangria, the Fuego Margarita or the mojito of the day.

Copper Blues

Every weekday from 11am-3pm, Copper Blues is taking a section of their menu and making it available for $9.95 and adding in a soft drink. Monday is burgers, Tuesday is salads and sandwiches, Wednesday is pizza, Thursday is the entire menu and Friday is pizza with a beer for $9.95.

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Top Of The Rocks Gives Back

July 27, 2012 | 2:10 PM | Restaurants | By Maxfield Barker

Just in time for the Olympics in London, Top Of The Rock restaurant at the Buttes Resort wants to raise money for a good cause. The restaurant’s Chef de Cuisine, Gavino Borquez , has crafted a special three course menu, where portions of the proceeds will go to the Special Olympics Arizona charity. The menu will be offered seven days a week the entire month of August for just $29.95 per plate.

  • First course: Crooked Farms Melon & Mexican Prawn Salad served with Crow’s Dairy Pepper Feta, Meyer Lemon Vinaigrette and Crystallized Ginger
  • Second Course: Roger’s Farm Pressed Chicken with Roasted Corn, Quinoa and Sausage Hash, Local Vegetables and Cranberry Chicken Jus
  • Third Course: Cookies & Milkshake. Buttes Signature Cookies with Local Goat Milkshake

The Special Olympics Arizona charity provides year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities.

Top Of The Rock | 2000 West Westcourt Way  | Tempe, AZ 85282

Windsor Beer Series!

July 26, 2012 | 2:00 PM | Bars | By Maxfield Barker

It’s no secret that we here DLT are big fans of beer. We are human, after all. But when you combine our favorite beverage with an amazing restaurant, well, then you have our hearts…and our wallets. Enter: The Windsor. This funky CenPho eatery has quickly become one of our favorite places to chow down due in large part to the awesome atmosphere, great menu and throwback cassette wall. But now, we can add another reason to park it on the patio and it’s all got to do with (you guessed it) beer. This passed Tuesday, The Windsor introduced their Beer Dinner Series with outstanding results.

So why are we telling you this? Because if you missed it the first time, there are three more chances for you to get your drink on in the coming weeks. On August 6,  August 20th and September 3, the series will continue featuring beers from breweries such as Sierra Nevada, San Tan Brewery, Oskar Blues and Four Peaks. For just $40 a pop, you can enjoy awesome food like Petite Filet and Short Ribs and was it down with something tan and frothy to compliment your meal. To tap top it all off, you can finish your night off with a delicious root beer float to keep the theme going.  To make reservations call 602.279.1111 or send an email to [email protected]

Matt’s Big Breakfast Moves to Bigger Location? Say What?!

July 25, 2012 | 10:00 AM | Eat & Drink | By Alanna Watson

Great news, Phoenicians, everyone’s (and we really mean everyone’s) favorite breakfast spot is moving on up and it may cut your wait time down significantly. Chow Bella reports the famed CenPho restaurant will be relocating to a larger space that will seat significantly more people and have a bathroom you can use in the facility. Does it seem ridiculous that for eight years the place was pot-less and forced patrons to hold it for hours? No. The food is amazing and worth any minor bladder discomfort. But alas, come the end of August, all that waiting may be a thing of the past. Just head a few streets north and enjoy the benefits of a bigger and better Matt’s. According to the article by Laura Hanehfeld by way of The Arizona Republic, the old space will be used as a take-out only spot that will feature a limited menu. Hey, when it comes to Matt’s, we’ll take what we can get. Now you have no excuses not to check out the grub that everyone has been raving about in a space that won’t make the name seem so ironic.

Mudshark Brewery Beer Dinner

July 19, 2012 | 2:00 PM | Eat & Drink | By Maxfield Barker

It’s not uncommon for a fixed menu to pair wine with its courses, but have you ever tried it with beer? Yeah, we’re curious too. On Thursday, August 2, Spotted Donkey Cantina continues its summer beer dinner series. Complete with a beer reception with complimenting appetizers, the night starts at 6:30 p.m.

The three course meal, courtesy of Executive Chef Esteban Colon, sounds delicious:

  • Vegetable Empanadas with Chile and Cheese & Grilled Avocado, Guacamole Nachos paired with Mudshark Full Moon Belgian Style White Ale
  • Grilled Shrimp Chopped Salad with Charred Corn, and Tortilla
  • Strips with a Lime Dressing paired with Mudshark Magic IPA
  • Grilled Chicken Breast with Roasted Garlic Oregano Vinaigrette, served with Roasted Poblano Chile Cakes and paired with Mudshark Scorpion Amber Ale
  • Mixed Berry Gaspacho with Basil with Vanilla Bean Ice Cream paired with Mudshark Wild Watermelon

The dinner costs $39.00 per person and does not include tax or gratuity. To make a reservation call 480.488.3358 or click here.

Spotted Donkey Cantina | 34505 North Scottsdale Road | Scottsdale, Arizona 85266

Chow Down: This Week In Food Blogs

July 18, 2012 | 3:00 PM | Eat & Drink | By Kara Philp

In a week where instant mashed potato dispensers in Singapore 7-11s dominated food headlines (watch the now viral video here), let’s just say we sifted through the odd, marinated on the gross and poured over the monotonous to bring you the most worthy consumable news (not a zombie joke). Here’s a redux of this week’s happenings in our favorite food blogs:

Let’s start with an appetizer aka an unusual headline or two:

Man vs. Food’s Adam Richman may have lost the Chompie’s Ultimate Slider Challenge, but Valley residents continue to make him look bad. Mouth By Southwest spotlights the latest victorious diner here. In case you were curious, Chow Bella polled 15 Valley chefs to get their thoughts on the “most overrated food of 2012 so far,” curious about the results? Find out here.

For the main course, a serving of more traditional foodie news local deals:

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The Anticipation is Killing Us: The House Set to Open Soon

July 18, 2012 | 10:00 AM | Eat & Drink | By Staff

Even in this fledgling economy, it seems that Old Town Scottsdale has no trouble expanding in the face of adversity….by this we mean no trouble expanding our waistlines, of course. From the men who brought you Zinc Bistro and The Mission, two of the city’s most successful and raved about restaurants by locals and critics alike, comes The House, a brand new eatery that has taken over somewhat of a historic property on Main Street. When we first heard the news, we squealed like Augustus Gloop in a chocolate factory and practically set up camp outside the decided location next to Grazie Pizzeria. But like all good things, we’ve had to wait for the charming abode to get a makeover and for all the elements to come together. Well, that wait is almost over according to this recent article by EaterAZ that actually takes readers inside the new restaurant whilst under construction. We’re already in love from the looks of it, but will obviously review in time just to make sure. Check out the video on their website and start counting down the days.

Michael’s Cafe Hosts Wine Tasting, BBQ Challenge

July 17, 2012 | 1:00 PM | Eat & Drink | By Kara Philp

Michael’s Cafe has become known as a central Phoenix destination for both soul food and live music. But wait, there’s more. Michael’s is hosting two July events that will surely delight the taste buds of all in attendance.

Michael’s presents Mix & Mingle Wine Tasting with jazz by DJ Saturday from 5 to 8 p.m. Wines include Canyon Oaks Moscato, Anakena Chardonnay, Cellarmaster’s Riesling, Fizz56 Brachetto Spumante and Gnarly Head Authentic Red. Cheese, crackers, fruit, salad, chocolate meatballs and more will be available for pairings. Cost is $20 in advance and $30 at the door. Save your spot and RSVP here.

Michael’s is hosting the first-ever “Best BBQ in the Valley Challenge” July 29 from 4 to 8 p.m. Bring your grilling gear, your finest marinades, your meat (beef, pork and chicken categories) and find a spot in the parking lot. Judging will be based on taste and presentation with 1st, 2nd and 3rd place cash prizes as well as one overall People’s Choice Award. Cost is $25 to enter and includes booth, table and tasting utensils for setup. For more information, call Tyrone at Michael’s Cafe at (602) 248-2233.

For more information on Michael’s menu, karaoke, live music and other specials, visit the website or follow them on Facebook.

Dinner And Drinks With A Side Of Live Music

July 11, 2012 | 3:00 PM | Eat & Drink | By Kara Philp
There’s something about live music that enriches the ordinary. While the jam-packed concert venue surrounded by screaming tweens and the $250 nosebleed seats to see the band you have idolized since you were a tween can be exhilarating, we’re talking sensory ambiance: great food complimented with mellow tunes as the backdrop.
Many aspects of the Arizona music scene have come a long way and integrating live music into restaurant-style venues is no exception.
Show your support for either local establishments, artists or both by grabbing a bite to eat and enriching your ordinary at one of these hotspots:
Every Saturday Night Luci’s Healthy Marketplace hosts a jazz night featuring local artists. Luci’s serves all-day breakfast, burgers, salads and more in addition to their full coffee bar. We think it’s the perfect combination.
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Chow Down: This Week In Food Blogs

July 11, 2012 | 12:00 PM | Bars | By Kara Philp

“Season of change” might be a bit cliché (or cheesy since we’re talking food), but it rings true as the local summer restaurant scene is best summarized under two headings: 1) entrepreneurs making moves and taking chances and 2) seasonal deals and menu offerings for those brave enough to endure the desert temperatures this season. Sounds exciting, right? Well, here’s a redux of this week’s happenings in our favorite food blogs:

1) entrepreneurs making moves and taking chances this season:

You know Johnny Chu from his past and present restaurant endeavors throughout the Valley. The latest of which involves relocating and reinventing his downtown restaurant, Sens Asian Tapas, to the corner of Central Avenue and Thomas Road under the new name SoChu House Neo Asian + Martini Bar. This new location and new concept is set for grand opening July 19. Chow Bella has the story.

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Summer Series Features Star Chefs, Culinary Experts

July 10, 2012 | 10:00 AM | Eat & Drink | By Kara Philp

The 11th Annual Lunch & Learn experience is already underway (and selling out) at The Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain.

Hosted by Chef Beau MacMillan, the summer series introduces guests to star chefs, wine makers and culinary experts.

Each Lunch & Learn includes a three-course lunch (or dinner, depending) paired with wine or cocktails, lessons on how to prepare the culinary specialties and recipes to take home.

Events are scheduled from noon to 2:30 p.m. each Saturday in July and August, with the exceptions of July 28 and August 11 which have been designated for dinner from 6 to 10 p.m.

Cost is $75 per person including tax and gratuity for lunch, or $125 per person plus tax and gratuity for dinner. For a listing of dates and menus or to make reservations, click here.

Chow Down: This Week In Food Blogs

July 4, 2012 | 11:00 AM | Eat & Drink | By Kara Philp

It might be the 4th of July today, but all anyone seems to be talking about is Mexican food. Not that we blame them – few things bring smiles to our faces like a fresh taco and a margarita on a hot summer day. So, once you’ve had your fill of hot dogs and decided to turn off your scorching hot grill, here’s a redux of this week’s happenings in our favorite food blogs:

According to EaterAZ, Big Earl’s BBQ in Scottsdale is in the midst of a Mexican revolution, from a taquitos transition to a dabble in “tacotory” to full blown Mexico City cuisine. While you’re waiting for the online menu to become officially updated, have a read, or better yet, pay Big Earl’s a visit. Whatever you do, don’t order the barbecue.

Meanwhile in Old Town, America’s Taco Shop is opening a new location, as reported by Chow Bella. Known for being “the home of the greatest carne asada in the Valley, ” this location will bring the restaurant’s count up to five (including the location in Arizona Mills Mall). Are they being franchised? Find out here.

If downtown Phoenix is more your thing, you’ll find new Mexican food there too. Chow Bella has covered opening of Tediberto’s Mexican-inspired vegan restaurant on Roosevelt Row. Get the details here … or skip the vegan joint and dig right in to some Mexican barbecue. Phoenix Bites highlights the prix fixe barbacoa tasting dinner at Distrito in Scottsdale’s Saguaro Hotel. The three-course dinner (plus dessert) is available Wednesday through Saturday from 5 to 10 p.m. Click here for details.

If we still haven’t convinced you, feast your eyes on Mouth By Southwest’s Taco Tuesday roster. Not to mention how Barrio Cafe, Bianco’s Tacos & Tequila and Sir Veza’s Taco Garage will soon change the dining game for locals and tourists alike at Sky Harbor’s Terminal 4. Stay tuned for updates.

 

 

Il Vinaio to host beer, donut pairings

July 3, 2012 | 12:00 PM | Bars | By Kara Philp

Apparently Brady-Siegel had the right idea after all: Beer & Donuts album circa 1987.

It hardly matters what time of year it is or how much it will cost you, beer and donut enthusiasts from far and wide are rejoicing with the recent release of pairings that will be featured at Il Vinaio for this one-of-a-kind event.

From 2 to 5 p.m. on July 28 the following featured craft beers and their accompanying house-made gourmet donuts will be available:

SanTan Mr. Pineapple hefe and Lemon Poppyseed Donut

Goose Island Matilda strong pale ale and Conch Fritter

Goose Island Pepe Nero black pepper saison and Bacon Bleu Cheese Donut

Firestone Walker Double DBA and Pecan Pie Donut

Cost is $16 and donuts are limited to the first 72 people, so quit drooling and ensure you get to partake by calling (480) 649-6476 to RSVP.

Il Vinaio | 270 West Main St. | Mesa, Ariz. | 85201

 

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