Fourth of July Dining in Phoenix 2018

You know what makes a fireworks show even better? Good food to enjoy it with. Take a look at these Fourth of July Valley dining specials that’ll make you “ooh” and “ahh.”
For a laidback holiday, savor Wednesday Wine Down at Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia’s Mbar from 4 to 10 p.m. for 50 percent off select bottles of wine with tapas purchase.
Enjoy $4 margherita pizzas all day on July 4 (with any purchase) at MidiCi the Neapolitan Pizza Co.
Come by Half Moon Sports Grill July 3 and July 4 and receive any burger for half price from 8 p.m. to close on (dine-in only). This special offer is for both Valley locations.
Cider Corps is bringing back its popular Pie Ciders with an all new “Red, White & Blue” line-up for the extended holiday week. The Pie Ciders will be the first of Cider Corps ciders available in cans and will go on sale during a special can release on Saturday, June 30, starting at 10 a.m. The patriotic Pie Ciders include Strawberry Rhubarb Pie Cider (Red), Apple Pie Cider (White) and Blueberry Pie Cider (Blue).  The 16-oz. cans will be available for purchase by the three-pack only for $17.76 (only 400 of the three-packs are available, with a limit of three per guest). Cider fans will also have the chance to enjoy the Pie Ciders by the glass in the taproom starting Tuesday, July 3.
On Independence Day, Old Town Gringos is celebrating all things “red, white and blue” with classic American specials. All day long, guests can enjoy $2 cheeseburgers and hot dogs and $2 Coors Light drafts. Guests can also enjoy live music entertainment in the afternoon, along with Old Town Gringos’ array of interactive yard games like giant Jenga and Connect Four.
On Wednesday, July 4, guests are invited to Salty Sow and Roaring Fork in Scottsdale to celebrate Independence Day with a special “Dinner On Us” (buy one entree, get one free) treat beginning at 4 p.m.
TEXAZ Grill will offer delicious Fourth of July specials this Independence Day. At lunch, start with TEXAZ’s chef/owner Steve Freidkin’s special recipe Chili Dogs, served with homemade potato chips all for just$6. TEXAZ Grill will also be serving Donkey Tails, an original from Tolbert’s Chili Parlor in Grapevine Texas: 1/4-lb. Polish dog stuffed with jalapenos and Longhorn cheese, wrapped in a flour tortilla and deep fried till golden, also available for lunch for $7. Come dinner, dig into the slow-smoked BBQ Sparerib special, served with your choice of potato and salad for $15. Pair any of these meals with an ice-cold can of Lone Star beer for $2, available all day. Finish off your meal with a special red, white, and blue dessert: fresh strawberries, blueberries and chantilly cream over a buttermilk biscuit for $6.
This Independence Day, Bobby-Q is supplying celebrators with all of the BBQ essentials in one slow-smoked feast. The July Four offers enough food for six people. Available on to-go orders only, The July Four feast features one pound of hand-sliced smoked prime beef brisket, one pound of seasons pulled pork, six large BBQ buns and a 5-oz. bottle of Bobby Q’s signature BBQ sauce for $40.
To celebrate the Fourth, pick up a Land of the Free, Home of the Glazed Box at Fractured Prune, complete with classic summer flavors including strawberry, blueberry and vanilla. The box is $15.99.
RA Sushi’s Patriotic Punch (pictured) is a dazzling red, white and blue drink made from RA’s Emperor’s Margarita (a premium, fresh margarita made with top shelf Patron Silver, Combier Liqueur d’Orange, lime juice, Japanese yuzu and agave nectar), Curacao and strawberry puree.  This signature cocktail is $6, or $22 for a punch bowl and is available at all RA Sushi locations on July 4 only.
At Octane Raceway in Scottsdale from 6 to 10 p.m., enjoy $4 draft beers, unlimited racing for $44 and two  VR sessions for $44 (not valid with reservations, groups or other offers).
This Independence Day, True Food Kitchen is celebrating by giving 25 percent  off to True Insider -email subscribers. Guests who are signed up for True Insider emails can use this discount when they dine in anytime throughout the day on July 4.
Flower Child is celebrating with a summer barbecue-inspired plate. Only available July 4, the dish will include dry-rubbed BBQ steak, gluten-free mac and cheese, crunchy kale slaw, watermelon and a drink for just $14. The special plate is available for both dine-in and to-go orders.
Whatever the craving this Independence Day, stop in to one of Fox Restaurant Concepts to satisfy it. To celebrate, eBites email subscribers will receive 25 percent off their entire bill on July 4, dine-in only. (Includes food and beverage at all Sam Fox Restaurants. Excluding: All Flower Child locations and all airport locations. Dine-in only. May not be applied to Happy Hour, third-party delivery services, or in combination with any other discount or offer. No cash value. Print email or show on a mobile device to redeem offer. Valid July 4, 2018 only.) To sign up for eBites, please visit
On Wednesday, July 4, subscribers of Sauce Pizza & Wine’s email list will receive an offer for 25 percent off their entire bill. For those that are not yet members, make sure to sign up before the holiday to receive the offer.
Hash Kitchen is offering red, white and blue mimosas for $4 each on the Fourth of July. There will also be a DJ at each location to help celebrate the holiday.
On Tuesday, July 3 (note: not on the Fourth of July!), Stock & Stable in Phoenix is hosting their “Stock & Stripes BBQ” to kick of the Fourth festivities early. The holiday menu will feature $8 refreshing watermelon margaritas, $4 bottled beer, smoked brisket, ribs, chicken shish kabobs and an assortment of side dishes ranging from BBQ beans to fluffy cornbread with honey butter.
Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row Gilbert is kicking off the holiday early with live music by the Rich Berra Band starting at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, July 3. The other Whiskey Row locations (Tempe and Scottsdale) will have DJs playing the best country and pop hits from 8 p.m. to close and there will be drink specials including $3 Bud Lights. On Wednesday, July 4, Whiskey Row Gilbert will continue the entertainment, live bands and DJs from noon until close. There will be a $500 cash and prizes bags tournament starting at 1 p.m.. It’s a $40 buy in and all the proceeds go to Folds of Honor. Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row in Tempe and Scottsdale are celebrating on July 4 with favorite local DJs, food and drink specials. Enjoy $3 Budweiser Freedom Edition Beer and $5 “The Duke” 32-oz. personal pitches of select cocktails or Coors Light at Whiskey Row Tempe. Or enjoy $3 sliders all day until 10 p.m. at Whiskey Row Scottsdale.
El Hefe Tempe will host an Independence Eve celebration on Taco Tuesday (July 3) with a $500 taco-eating contest starting at 8 p.m. (You can sign up by calling the restaurant and putting your name in the mix.) Taco Tuesday specials all day long with DJ AJ Slim in the mix from 7 p.m. to close.  El Hefe Scottsdale will host a similar celebration with delicious food and drink specials from open to 10 p.m. Specials include $3 Coors Light, $4 Pinnacle Drinks, and $5 Fireball shots from 10PM to close. Both locations are cranking it up for Independence Day! DJs will be spinning in the afternoon through the evening and late night. Enjoy happy hour from 3 to 7 p.m. at both locations with $2 tacos and $3 Dos XX.
Hand Cut Burgers & Chophouse is extending its Tuesday – Half Cut Tuesday – deal all day long on Tuesday, July 3. Enjoy half-off cuts and bottles of wine from open to close.
Old Town Scottsdale’s newest hot spot, Riot House, is hosting a “Riot Revolution” starting 2 p.m. on July 4. Enjoy extended happy hour specials from 4 to 10 p.m. and music from favorite DJs starting at 6 p.m. to close.
The West Valley Irish pub and sports destination Padre Murphy’s will be opening at 11 a.m. on the Fouth of July, serving up food and drink specials (including hot dogs, ribs, margs, mojitos and more) as well as hosting a cornhole tournament at 7 p.m. (two-man teams, free to enter) with lower-level Arizona Diamondbacks tickets up for grabs, among other prizes.

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