Foodie news roundup for the week of June 23.
Grimaldi’s Pizzeria is offering its Tuesday Tastings. That means half-off all glasses, carafes and bottles of wine (not including house wine or sangria) all summer long.
In addition to Little Cleo’s regular nightly menu, Executive Chef Eric Ramirez has created a “Summer Bites” menu featuring an assortment of the Phoenix restaurant’s most-coveted favorites. For $35 per person, each guest will choose one item per course, and are invited to consider optional wine pairings for an additional $15.
Drop off a case of water during the month of July to any Valley Papa Murphy’s Pizza location and receive a discount of $5 off a family-size pizza.
Through August 31, Del Frisco’s Grille offers a Triple Treat meal for $19.95. The meal features the Grille’s Prime Cheeseburger, your choice of Original, Sea Salt, Parmesan and Sweet Potato Frites, and a grand finale, Adult Milkshake, featuring Nocello Walnut Liqeur, Creme de Cacao Chocolate Liqueur and vanilla ice cream.
On June 27, Momenti Local Pizzeria–and its neighboring Zoyo Neighborhood Yogurt–celebrates the pizza joint’s grand opening at Tatum and Shea by donating 50 percent of all sales for the day to Phoenix Children’s Hospital.
Chelsea’s Kitchen and Ingo’s Tasty Food have welcomed Gelato Nights on Mondays. Receive a complimentary scoop of Grateful Spoon Gelato after dinner on Monday evenings (after 4 p.m. with the purchase of an entrée).
Stop by Sushi Roku at W Scottsdale to experience its local love program, where Arizona residents receive 20 percent off their bill all summer long through Sept. 1. Proof of residency is required and the offer does not apply to happy hour.
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