This week’s foodie news roundup, including July 4 specials.
A taste of Old Town Scottsdale’s Praying Monk.
Snowball cocktail recipes to keep you cool in the summer heat.
Bobby Q Great Steaks & Real BBQ has partnered up with local microbrewery, Sonoran Brewery to create Bobby Q’s very own Amber Ale. It boasts a mild hop and moderate malt flavor which carried out by caramel finish. The Amber Ale is available for $4, 16 ounces or $6, 16 ounces. Plus, for next week’s holiday, Bobby Q is supplying diners with four barbecue essentials. The July Four barbecue package is $17.76 and will include a half pound of pulled pork, half pound of smoked brisket, four buns and barbecue sauce. Available only July 4.
Now through July 7, Sprinkles (pictured) in Scottsdale is doling out a 4th of July Box. The box is filled with six lemon blueberry and six red velvet cupcakes and topped with patriotic stars.
Roaring Fork and Salty Sow restaurants invite guests July 4 with them, thanks to the “Dinner on Us” special. Diners can enjoy buy one entrée, get one free beginning at 4 p.m.
La Grande Orange Grocery and Pizzeria in Arcadia will be celebrating Independence Day with a glass of LGO’s white sangria for only 4 cents.
Chelsea’s Kitchen in Phoenix will offer “buy one entrée, get your second entree for $4” on Thursday, July 4.
Sapporo Scottsdale is tempting taste buds with some July 4 themed offerings, as well as specially priced foodie favorites, throughout 4th of July weekend. From Wednesday, July 3 to Sunday, July 7, Sapporo will offer specially priced red and white wines, the delicious Firecracker Roll and more.
The Habit Burger Grill is opening its fifth Arizona location on Wednesday, July 3 in Phoenix located on Cactus Road and Tatum Blvd. Burger lovers are invited to join Habit Burger as they offer a sneak peak of the menu during their charity tie-in events on Sunday, June 30 and Monday, July 1. From 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. on June 30, The Habit will be open and will donate 100 percent of proceeds on all menu items to Sereno Soccer Club. The Habit will re-open from 5-7 p.m. that day and will donate all proceeds to Executive Council Charities. On Monday, July 1, Habit will be open from 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. with all proceeds benefiting PANDA.
After beating out many national firms, The Lavidge Company of the Valley has been working with Dole Foods to launch the national “Peel the Love” summer campaign. Lavidge was selected to lead the concept, design and messaging standards of the campaign. Through July 6, Peel the Love Food Truck Tour will be popping by Phoenix grocery stores to focus on the fun and versatility of the banana. To find out where the truck will be, visit www.dole.com/peelthelove.
Drop by Del Frisco’s Grille in Phoenix tonight to celebrate its one-year anniversary. Enjoy a three-course dinner for only $36.50, (celebrating 365 days of being open) and happy hour pricing all day long. Plus, from 6:30 to 11:30 p.m., enjoy a live performance by the Valley’s own Cold Shott & The Hurricane Horns.
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