Arizona Restaurant Week Archives

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All the news that’s fit to nosh.   Cookies for a Cause: Love chocolate chip cookies? Love giving back? Picazzo’s Healthy Italian Kitchen has the dessert for you. The local gluten-free restaurant chain has partnered with Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center (SARRC) on a tasty fundraising effort. For every GF chocolate chip cookie sold at Picazzo’s five Valley locations (plus one in Sedona), Picazzo’s will donate $1 to support SARRC programs benefiting Arizonans with autism. “At Picazzo’s, we have many regular guests who have family members with autism, so we have been looking...

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All the news that’s fit to nosh.  Calling Subs: Tucson transplants, the day has finally arrived: eegee’s is opening its first metro Phoenix location this week. The Gilbert outpost of Tucson’s most beloved fast-food sandwich shop opens this Thursday, July 15, at 3535 E. Baseline Road. To celebrate the grand opening, the eatery will offer one eegee’s sticker designed by Valley artist Timmy Ham per order (while supplies last). A limited number of special stickers will award recipients with free eegee’s for a year. Fox Restaurant Concepts...

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Photo by Reg Madison Photography   Celebrate the Allure of Ol’ Blue Eyes Four virtuoso vocalists perform the best of Frank Sinatra in an intimate nightclub setting as The Phoenix Theatre Company salutes one of the most influential musical artists of the 20th century with Frank Sinatra: My Way, through May 23. The Broadway revue features such well-known classics as “Fly Me to the Moon,” “I Get A Kick Out of You,” “The Way You Look Tonight” and “My Way.” The production is...

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Marcellino Ristorante gnocchi | Photo courtesy Knife & Fork Media Group   Arizona Restaurant Week is coming back! From May 21-30, the Arizona Restaurant Association’s premier event will present some of the best dining options the state has to offer. Participating restaurants, which range from established five-star restaurants to small, locally owned hidden gems, will offer three-course prix-fixe menus in addition to their regular offerings. Each tasting menu will be priced at $33 or $44...

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1. The re-jiggered grilled octopus at Nico Heirloom Kitchen. Chef Gio Osso’s signature dish gets a makeover. Now dressed with poblano, garbanzos and chorizo. 2. Hitting Vincent’s on Camelback during Arizona Restaurant Week (Sept. 20-29). As an aperitif to Chef Vincent Guerithault’s star-studded 50th anniversary roast in October. 3. The debut of Phoenix Unknown: World Food and Music Night Market at The Van Buren on Friday, Sept. 13. Global music and bites to match. statesidepresents.com...

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