Foodie news roundup for the week of March 21: 33rd Annual My Nana’s Best Tasting Salsa Challenge, The Wigwam wine dinner series, 8th Annual Great American Barbecue & Beer Festival, pomelo happy hour, southern rail Jazz & Jambalaya
All week long on Tuesday, April 11, through Saturday, April 15, Crudo and Bar Crudo, located in Arcadia’s Gaslight Square, are celebrating their fifth anniversary with a special menu featuring fan favorites.
For something a little different from the run-of-the-mill pops, try out these cooling maple-infused recipes from Runamok Maple co-founder Laura Sorkin.
Often dubbed the “State Salad of Arizona,” the Original Chopped Salad, which has earned a cult following since Chef Bernie Kantak created it in 1997, is officially changing its name to the OMFG Salad.
The Valley is a hot bed of incredible brunches–and The Living Room Wine Cafe & Lounge is certainly no exception as its four Valley locations (Chandler, pictured below; Scottsdale DC Ranch; and the recently opened Ahwatukee and Gainey Ranch locations) with its weekend Brunch & Bubbles “The Fix” menu.
Foodie news roundup for the week of March 13: Ocean Poke Co. Phoenix, The Friends of James Beard Benefit Dinner, Rita’s First Day of Spring Free Italian Ice Giveaway , Open Air Market at Phoenix Public Market
Gertrude’s, the mighty popular restaurant at Desert Botanical Garden, is now serving new spring menu items at lunch, dinner and weekend brunch.
Recently, Chef Kody Harris opened Ahwatukee’s Fresko, a Mediterranean concept that features traditional recipe passed down through her family’s generations (think Greek favorites like spanakopita, keftedes and souvlaki).
Whether you prefer your pie for dessert or slathered with cheese and pepperoni, these Valley restaurants as ringing in Pi Day (March 14) with some tasty deals on their favorite pies.