Events & news about what’s going on around the Phoenix restaurant community, breweries and wineries.

“Shake it Off” at Hash Kitchen this weekend

Taylor Swift’s new album drops today and the place to be tomorrow and Sunday is at any of Phoenix’s popular brunch spot. The volume will be pumped up loud as guests enjoy a specially created ‘In Our Brunch Era’ menu featuring over 10 sweet & savory dishes and drinks to celebrate the release. A DJ will be spinning her hits and guests will get a special HK friendship bracelet. A few of the specials include……

  • Our Songs
    • Baby, Burn (Best F#*%ing Birria Hash) – slow chile-braised beef, hash potatoes, mozzarella cheese, taco shells, diced white onions, cilantro, fried eggs, consommé
    • Should’ve Said No (The Follower) – vodka + cranberry + lime + sparkling water + disco ball cup to keep
  • Once Upon a Time
    • Typical Tuesday Night (Carnitas Hash) – braised pork, hash potatoes, fried eggs, queso fresco, roasted corn, avocado, crema, fried onions, cilantro, green chile sauce & corn tortillas
    • Scarlet Letter (Golden Ticket) – pineapple + orange juice + cream of coconut
  • Sparks Fly
    • Enchanted (Banana Split French Toast) – caramelized bananas, sweet mascarpone, mixed berries, warm caramel drizzle, waffle cone
    • Long Live (the Stan) – lemon + ginger beer + cucumber slices + strawberries

FRIED French Fry & Music Festival is tomorrow

In case you forgot tomorrow is 4/20 which means this is your friendly reminder of the popular festival at Margaret T. Hance Park in downtown Phoenix. Check out the featured post for details and how to get your tickets.

A Passover special and catering at Miracle Mile Deli

Monday, April 22nd is the first night of Passover and the central Phoenix deli is offering meals until April 30th. Get a plate of Brisket of Beef, Steamed Veggies & a cup of Matzoh Ball Soup for $19.49. Celebrating at home with family, catering options like their Brisket by the Pound, Sliced Brisket Family Feast, Passover Brisket Special, Matzoh Ball Soup and more are available and you can call them to learn more at 602-776-0992.

Arcadia Farms is hosting a Blue Zone dinner on May 3rd

The Old Town Scottsdale restaurant has been given two thumbs up by the non-profit for its commitment to healthy living and eating well. To celebrate the achievement the restaurant is hosting a 4-course dinner on Friday, May 3rd at 6 p.m. The Mediterranean inspired menu features vegetables and seafood paired with wines from Sardinia. Seats are limited and can be reserved for $65  plus tax and a 22% gratuity per person.

Source Restaurant has a new happy hour offerings

The Gilbert restaurant and market just released its new happy hour menu available Monday- Friday from 3 – 6 p.m.

Snacks – Chickpea hummus and za’atar flatbread, $6

Pizza – Mozzarella, tomato, oregano and Decimi extra virgin olive oil, $10

Wine by the Glass, $7

White – Poderi Cellario È! Bianco, Italy, 2021, Arneis Blend

Red – Poderi Cellario È! Rosso, Italy, 2021, Barbera

Rosé – Birichino Vin Gris, California, 2022

Orange – Meinklang “Weisser Mulatschak” Österreich, Austria, 2022

Beer from Wren House Brewing, $5 Valley Beer Lager & Spellbinder IPA

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