Foodie news roundup for the week of Dec. 16.
On Friday, Dec. 20, guests of Phoenix City Grille are invited to raise a glass to National Sangria Day with $5 sangria all day long. Made to order with fresh citrus, simple syrup, peach liqueur, soda water and choice of red, white, sparkling or rosé, Phoenix City Grille’s specialty sangria can be customized.
OEB Breakfast Co. announces 12 Days of Poutine, now through Dec. 24. Each day leading up to Christmas, a different poutine dish on the menu will be featured with $1 of that featured dish going to Phoenix Children’s Hospital.
Bashas’ is dishing up signature holiday doughnuts in its bakery departments across Arizona for a limited time. Try the reindeer doughnut (through Dec. 22), the Arizona Christmas cactus doughnut (Dec. 23 and Dec. 24) and the egg nog doughnut (Dec. 26 to Dec. 31) while you can!
Miracle Mile Deli is offering a Hanukkah special of brisket, latkes and a matzo ball soup cup for $14 from Dec. 22 to Dec. 30.
The Crêpe Club (pictured) has added two seasonal holiday flavors, Ferrero Rocher and Cinnamon Cream Crêpes, to the menu that are available until Tuesday, Dec. 31. Also, guests have the option to take their crepes to the next festive level by ordering them in red or green on Dec. 24 only.
Mill Ave.’s Morning Squeeze is offering 25-cent cups of drip coffee and $3 specialty coffee drinks every Monday through Friday from 7 to 10 a.m. as part of its Zappy Hour.
Visit Twin Peaks on Dec. 21 and wear their favorite ugly sweater as guests who do will get a free chips and queso with a qualifying purchase.
The Maggiore Group is expanding with the opening of the second locations of The Sicilian Butcher and The Sicilian Baker in Chandler on Dec. 19. To celebrate the opening, The Sicilian Butcher Chandler will provide $15 gift cards and complimentary meatball samples to the first 100 guests in line and The Sicilian Baker will offer $10 gift cards and complimentary medium-sized cannoli for the first 100 guests in line who mention “Holy Cannoli” beginning at 11 a.m. on Dec. 19.
Newly opened Condesa in Downtown Phoenix’s Renaissance Square is celebrating Hanukkah with creative, chef-driven spins on traditional dishes from Dec. 23 to Dec. 27. Guests can find masa ball soup with masa-matzoh dumplings and schmaltz as well as an Israeli breakfast with two eggs your way, olives, smoked baba ghanoush, Israeli salad, feta, hummus, fruit and Jerusalem bagel.