Devour Week returns in February 2022 for its 13th year with two opportunities to enjoy the traditions of the Valley’s favorite culinary event. The week will begin with the renowned Seven Chefs dinner, in-person, and end with the return of Devour at Home. Proceeds from both events will benefit the participating restaurants.
This year, Devour At Home is consolidated to one day on Saturday, February 26, and gives Phoenix foodies the opportunity to indulge in a Devour-like meal right in their own homes. Delicious, fully-prepared three-course meals for two people ($95) or four people ($200) can be pre-ordered from January 31 through February 18. Then, on February 26, patrons can pick up their meals at their selected restaurant in a commemorative 2022 Devour at Home tote (stuffed full of swag!). Menus will be available in limited quantities, so connoisseurs should order before they sell out. Last year, more than 430 Devour At Home orders were placed raising $74,400 for the participating restaurants.
Some foodie favorites returning to Devour at Home include:
- Beckett’s Table
- Southern Rail
- Cibo Pizzeria
- FnB Restaurant
- Gertrude’s Restaurant
New restaurants joining the Devour at Home fun – and sure to delight – include:
- Lom Wong
- Chilté Phoenix
- Sapiens Paleo Kitchen
More restaurants will be creating culinary art that evening so finding a favorite will not be a problem! Seven Chefs Dinner Returns Too!
Prior to Devour at Home, the Seven Chefs Dinner will also return as an IN-PERSON event featuring a night of top local chefs serving up the authentic flavors of Arizona at The Gladly in Phoenix on Sunday, February 20. Sure to be an evening of camaraderie and stunning dishes, details for the 2022 lineup of chefs will be announced in January. Visit Devour Phoenix for more details and to sign up for updates about this event.
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