Those farmer’s markets that took the summer off have re-opened for our cooler months. One of the more popular markets that is back is The Camelback Market at Vincent’s on Camelback. The opened air market with European flare runs through early May from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. every Saturday.
Customers can wander by local produce vendors along with imported exotic fruits and vegetables, warm & crusty breads, buttery croissants, fresh pasta, homemade jams, imported cheeses and more.
Enjoy made to order omelets, crepes, wood fired pizzas, meat & seafood paella and other delicacies from Vincent. Relax with a glass of wine and watch the crowds go by. It’s also a great opportunity to pick up gifts for the holidays imported from the south of France.
The Camelback Market is held in the parking lot of Vincent’s at 3030 E. Camelback Rd. Phoenix 85018. For more information visit their website.
The arrival of spring last week means longer days and a longer opportunity to enjoy Happy Hour at Pomelo at The Orchard daily from 11 a.m – 6 p.m. No better way to enjoy this great weather indoors or out at this former citrus farm turned restaurant, ice cream and candy store.
Pomelo Happy Hour
During Happy Hour guest can enjoy $5 cocktails, $6 specialty cocktails, $5 glasses of wine, $1 off beers and a menu of special appetizers in the bar and lounge. You can also try the signature Bellissimo cocktail made with Pomelo’s own Pomelo Vodka, Blackberry Thyme syrup, fresh grapefruit juice and sparkling wine.
If a 7 hour Happy Hour isn’t motivating you enough to visit Pomelo maybe these daily specials will.
Monday and Tuesday—All day a pizza and select bottle of wine is just $20.
Wednesday—All day it’s just $10 for two tacos and a house margarita.
Thursday—From open to close a Grass-Fed Burger and Beer is just $13.
Friday—Start the weekend early with happy hour from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m. in the bar and lounge area.
Saturday and Sunday—Brunch is served from until 4 p.m. and there are $5 Mimosas, Bloody Marys or Sangria available.
With St. Patrick’s Day in the rear view mirror and spring training closer to the end than the start, restaurants are now looking to Easter Sunday for more spring time fun & celebrating. The Farm at South Mountain is no different and is gearing up for its garden fresh Easter brunch on Sun. April 16th.
Considered as one of the best brunches in Phoenix, seating will be begin at 8:30 a.m. and every 15 minutes after that until 11:15 a.m. Guest will be able to enjoy over 10 buffet options that include a selection of fresh-baked pastries including Coffee Cake, Danishes and more along with The Farm’s famous Pecan French Toast, scrambled eggs with Cheddar cheese, salsa, vegetables and more.You can’t serve brunch without Applewood smoked bacon and country sausage.
If you prefer to eat on the lighter side several salads including Caprese and Kale & Quinoa will be available along with yogurt and granola, dried fruits and cheeses and much more.
Make sure you’re wearing your Sunday best as the Easter bunny will be there to have your photo taken. After brunch burn it off by playing one of the several yard games, stroll through the garden or the chicken coop.
This special brunch is priced at $55.95 for adults, $25.95 for children 8-12 years, $15.95 for children 2-7 years and children under 2 are free. An 8.1% sales tax & 20% production fee are extra and cancellations will not be accepted after April 12th. For more information, to view the full menu & make a reservation for the family visit http://www.thefarmatsouthmountain.com/
The Farm at South Mountain is at 6106 S. 32nd St. Phoenix 85042. (602)243-9081
Sam Pillsbury owner & winemaker of Pillsbury Wine Co. will be pouring his wines alongside the flavorful foods prepared by the House of Tricks kitchen on Thurs. Jan. 12th 2017.
The evening will include a four course dinner along with wines direct from the winery in Cochise County where Sam grows and produces his award winning wines.
As you sip your wine & savor the flavorful foods Sam will be talking about his wines, the Arizona wine industry and why the wine & food for the dinner were paired with each other.
The setting for the dinner is the highly acclaimed House of Tricks in downtown Tempe that is know for it’s seasonal menu of local ingredients, creative wine list and intimate dining patio dining.
Grilled Porkbelly and sweet cabbage salad with micro Radish,
Mint and Smoked Mustard Vinaigrette Pillsbury ‘One Night Stand’ Rosé2nd Course
Shrimp Creole with Blistered Shishito Peppers, Cured Egg and Crispy Garlic Chips Pillsbury ‘Wild Child’ White Blend
Duck Roulade Stuffed with Clementine Marmalade with Herb Goat Cheese Polenta, Roasted Beets, Duck Demi-Glacé and Watercress Pillsbury ‘Roan Red’ Red Blend
Brie Flan with Tart Cherry Mostarda, Local Honey Comb and Savory Short Bread Pillsbury ‘Diva’ Red Blend
The evening will start at 6:00 p.m. and cost is $100 per person (all inclusive) and reservations can be made by calling 480-968-1114. House of Tricks is at 114 East 7th St. Tempe, AZ 85281. http://www.houseoftricks.com/