Foodie news roundup for the week of Oct. 22.
Tonight, La Prima Donna at Shops at Gainey Ranch is hosting its first five-course, wine-paired dinner. Guests will enjoy live music and Italian cuisine. There are 10 tables available for guests to book. (If you miss this wine dinner, don’t worry–there will be one on the last Thursday of every month.) Dinner is $59 per person. To reserve your spot, call 480.659.4139
JAM boutique in Old Town Scottsdale unveils a new farmers’ market, foodie Friday events and chef pop-ups.
Chef Aaron May takes over Renegade Canteen, transforming the Scottsdale eatery into Renegade Kitchen + Tap.
Del Frisco’s Grille in Phoenix kicks off a brunch menu (pictured), available Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Diners are invited to indulge in items like the banana-marscapone-stuffed French toast, drizzled with Grand Marnier syrup and served with thick-cut hickory smoked bacon; red velvet Belgian waffles served with a dollop of whipped vanilla bean-spiked cream cheese and much more.
Halloween recipes from “Nadia G’s Bitchin’ Kitchen.” Think a Tootsie Roll cocktail and eyeball-shaped apps.
Scottsdale’s Perk Eatery launched PERK Gourmet, a line of small-batch sauces and marinades that are present on the restaurant’s menu. The first gourmet product in this new line is the famed cilantro-jalapeno sauce, a healthy topping for eggs, marinade for chicken or steak, grilling sauce or seafood glaze. The 12-ounce bottle is $7.99 at Perk Eatery.
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The unique city-wide contest will crown Phoenix's first official cocktail.
Indulge in a culinary journey with live chef stations and hand-crafted cocktails, all while having a chance to meet the pioneering Japanese chef.
Eureka! features an elevated collection of local craft beers, small-batch whiskeys and classic yet modern cocktails next to Arizona State University’s Tempe campus.
Enjoying a plant-based meal in the comfort of your home just got easier for Phoenix residents.