July 4 Dining in Phoenix

No matter what type of food you are craving, here are some Valley July 4 dining suggestions that are sure to sparkle.
Scottsdale’s Renegade Canteen is saving you money this Independence Day weekend. On Friday July 2 and Saturday July 3 from 3 to 7 p.m. receive a $5 half rack or $10 full rack of ribs alongside Draft Bud Lights, Shiner Bock, sides of corn and potato salad each for $2.50. http://www.renegadecanteen.com/.
Tempe’s Monti’s La Casa Vieja is giving you a break from the heat and traffic by giving you a front row seat to the fireworks show on the Mill Avenue Bridge at 9:10 p.m. Watch the show from the comfort of Monti’s while wining and dining, reserve your spot early as space is limited. http://www.montis.com/.
Phoenix hot spot, Chelsea’s Kitchen, is offering “buy one entrée, get your second for $4” on Monday, July 4. Bring the whole family to celebrate and save. http://www.chelseaskitchenaz.com/.
La Grande Orange Grocery and Pizzeria is offering their famous signature white sangria with fresh-cut fruit for 4 cents a glass on July 4. Only one glass per customer. http://www.lagrandeorangegrocery.com/.
Scottsdale’s J & G Steakhouse is offering a 4thof July themed prix fixe menu along with specialty cocktails to make your holiday sparkle. Indulge in the tasty delights while perched atop the Phoenician resort, the perfect place to view the Valley’s many firework shows. http://www.jgsteakhousescottsdale.com/.
The Wigwam in Phoenix invites Valley residents to a Great American Picnic and fireworks show on July 3. The picnic will feature classic American barbecue for $15 per person ($7 for children ages 5-12) and the fireworks show is free and open to the public. The Wigwam is also hosting an adult-only Fireworks Party at Red Allen’s at 6 p.m. on July 3. http://www.wigwamarizona.com/
Phoenix’s place for barbecue, Bobby Q’s, is featuring “The July Four,” including ½ lb. of hand-sliced smoked brisket, ½ pound. of seasoned pulled pork, four large BBQ buns, and a 5-ounce bottle of Bobby Q’s signature BBQ sauce. This offer, available for to-go orders only, is perfectly priced at $17.76 (the year the United States declared its independence) to honor the holiday. http://www.bobbyq.net/.
Scottsdale’s prized hot spots, Wildfish Seafood Grille, Eddie V’s Prime Seafood and Roaring Fork, are all featuring a buy one entrée, get the second one free deal in honor of the American holiday. From 5 to 11 p.m. you can enjoy the delicious dishes these restaurants have to offer all while saving you money. http://www.eddiev.com/. –Ashley Pearlstein

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