Foodie news for the week of March 25.
Tips for making an at-home Easter brunch from North Scottsdale’s Sassi restaurant.
Grimaldi’s Pizzeria debuts a fresh spring pizza.
The Blind Pig, a brand-new speakeasy, opens in North Scottsdale.
This week, North Scottsdale’s popular Market Street Kitchen (MSK) announced a new chef, Matt Taylor (he recently served as the restaurant’s chef de cuisine) and he is rolling out all-new lunch and dinner menus. There is a fresh cocktail menu, too.
Sprinkles Cupcakes is offering a sweet deal to D-backs fans with buy-one get-one-free cupcakes on April 1. Guests who come into the Scottsdale bakery wearing Diamondback’s team jerseys, shirts or hats on that day will receive a cupcake of their choice with the purchase of a cupcake.
Gina’s Homemade’s kicks off spring with a pasta-making class. Gina’s will offer the classes on April 2, 9 and 16 from 6 to 8 p.m. Each class is is hands-on and participants will make three types of pasta to take home. Pizza and pasta will be served during the class and a wine tasting offered. The class is $30 (plus tax), prepaid. To reserve your spot, call 480.882.0787. (Each class is limited to 20 participants.)
In the spirit of the Tempe Festival of the Arts April 1-7, World of Beer Tempe hosts Arts & Drafts, special exhibit of two original portfolios of works by Ansel Adams. Admission is $8 and includes one free draft of Sierra Nevada Pale Ale.