Baby, you’re a firework–so why not treat yourself to some fab food and drink deals and specialty dishes this July 4 holiday? With some deals starting Friday, June 30, get yourself to these Valley restaurants for Fourth of July feasting.
From Friday, June 30, through Tuesday, July 4, guests of the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess or those dining same-evening at the resort’s La Hacienda, Toro Latin Restaurant & Rum Bar, Bourbon Steak or Ironwood American Kitchen restaurants are invited to check out Fairmont’s stunning fireworks displays at 9 p.m. each evening.
On Saturday, July 1 and Sunday, July 2, Mountain Shadows will host Red, White & Rosé, a pool party at its Citizens Club Pool. Enjoy festive, holiday-theme craft cocktails, delicious food, lively music and luxurious poolside cabanas. Tickets are $40 and include pool admission and two drink tickets for passed rosé cocktails. (Purchase tickets here.)
El Chorro is celebrating the Independence Day with a special menu for $45, plus tax and gratuity, that includes a refreshing watermelon, tomato and jicama salad, a hearty “celebration platter” with bourbon creamed corn, broccolini, cornbread and a selection of barbecue meats, chicken and salmon. For dessert, a yummy strawberry shortcake.
Cold Beers and Cheeseburgers is offering its all-American Burger and a domestic draught accompanied by chips for $12. Offer is valid at all locations, all day on the 4th.
Enjoy “Red White & Zebra Stripe Weekend” June 30 through July 2 at El Hefe Scottsdale. On Sunday, enjoy a local DJ showcase and $200 bottles of Pinnacle until 4 p.m. On July 4, El Hefe opens at 11 a.m. Stop by for $5 frozen margaritas all day.
At Whiskey Row Scottsdale, Thursday through Tuesday of the holiday weekend, savor drink specials all weekend with decorations, live music and DJs. On July 4, enjoy $3 Coors Lights and Bud Lights.
At Whiskey Row Gilbert, celebrate Friday through Tuesday with $3 Bud Lights until 5 p.m. all weekend long, a DJ on Monday night and an all-day party on Tuesday with game tournament, drink and food specials, live bands and DJ.
Starting at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Hand Cut Burgers & Chophouse in Scottsdale will offer half-off signature cuts and any bottle of wine.
Festive brunch on Tuesday, July 4 at Farm & Craft with with mimosa specials: get a bottle of Belstar Champagne and mimosa mixers for $30.
Hash Kitchen will celebrate food, family, friends and Fourth of July with spins on all-American breakfast classics. Hash Kitchen will have a live DJ at both Hash Kitchen locations (Gainey and North Scottsdale), from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. A special Fourth of July hash will be available for $17: baby back ribs hash made with smoked baby back ribs, cornbread and potato hash, poached eggs and sweet barbecue sauce. Cocktail specials include $9 build-your-own Bloody Mary cocktails and $8 bottomless mimosas with one cent refills.
Mill Ave.’s Pedal Haus Brewery will feature yard-style games accompanied by $5 steins on select beers.
On July 4 only, from 4 to 10 p.m., Sonata’s Restaurant in Scottsdale is offering a special Independence Day dinner featuring a smoked pastrami-style pork chop with tomato agrodolce sauce, sweet corn grits, and charred broccolini for the price of $28 per person.
Sprinkles Cupcakes is rolling out one of their most anticipated seasonal flavors in honor of the upcoming holiday: lemon blueberry. Sprinkles is also offering its 4th of July Box, filled with six lemon blueberry and six red velvet cupcakes, all topped with patriotic stars. The lemon blueberry flavor and 4th of July Box will be available from July 1 to July 9.
Brimming over with 40 miniature Mexican favorites (think mini chimis, taquitos and more served up alongside guacamole, hot sauce and a big bag of chips), Someburros Fiesta Platters are a fan favorite, and they are available for only $36 in honor of Independence Day (regularly $46). Ideal for between 10 to 12 party guests, the platters are available for pickup any day between June 30 and July 4 at Someburros locations in Tempe, Chandler, Scottsdale, Gilbert and Flagstaff. All Fiesta Platter orders must be placed at least 24 hours in advance.
Celebrate the 4th of July with a barbecue feast from Bobby Q’s at home. Available on to-go orders only, The July Four six-person feast features one pound of hand-sliced smoked prime beef brisket, one pound of seasoned Pulled Pork, six large buns, and a 5-oz. bottle of Bobby Q’s signature BBQ sauce. The July Four is $35 and is available at both Valley locations.
This 4th of July weekend, Sandbar Mexican Grill will feature several food specials including BBQ pulled pork mac and cheese, beef sliders, $5 America-ritas and $5 Apple and Bomb Pop Shots. Sandbar’s 4th of July specials will run from Saturday, July 1, through Tuesday, July 4, at both Valley locations.
RnR will feature their famous weekend brunch on Tuesday, July 4 featuring Keep ‘Em Coming mimosas and Bloody Marys for $19.95 with an entree purchase from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Plus, they will have live music from 7 to 10 p.m. with local artists.
Before watching fireworks, visit Uptown Alley in Surprise to enjoy two $17.76 deals all day 4th of July. The All American Eat and Play Classic includes one large one topping pizza, four sodas and $20 in game play for $17.76. The Play Day for Two deal includes two $5 game cards, four games of bowling and two games of laser tag for $17.76.
Hopdoddy Burger Bar announces the Boardwalk Burger for the July 4 holiday. It is made with angus beef, Tillamook cheddar, housemade chili con carne and a seared all-natural hot dog, finished off with bread and butter pickle relish, diced white onion and French’s yellow mustard.
Padre Murphy’s is offering a variety of food and drink specials to keep cool this holiday. Drink specials include a fresh watermelon mojito ($4), a frozen blue margarita ($4), 4th of July jello shots ($3) and Bud drafts ($3). Food specials include a 4th of July bratwurst and potato salad for $6.99, half-rack ribs with breadstick and choice of two sides ($13.99) and a strawberry shortcake for dessert ($4.99).