Labor Day Dining in Phoenix 2017


Labor Day is just two weeks away, so it is time to plan your feasting plans accordingly. Check out these Valley dining deals and specials for the holiday weekend.
Cold Beers & Cheeseburgers will be offering $12 All-American Burger with chips and a Bud Light draught. Offer valid all-day Monday, Sept. 4.
As the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess hosts its 7th Annual Labor Day Dreamcation weekend, Sept. 1-4, guests are guaranteed some incredible Cuba-inspired eats, which is the theme of this year’s holiday celebration. Guests can dig into Cuban cocktails and Cubano sandwiches (pictured) at Toro Latin Restaurant & Rum Bar, while The Plaza Bar becomes the Havana Club Friday through Sunday nights from 9 p.m. to midnight, with a deejay and salsa dancing, Cuban street tacos and cigar rollers.
In honor of Labor Day, all Fox Restaurant Concepts ebite members will receive 25 percent off their entire bill when they dine in at any participating Fox concept on Sept. 4. Guests who aren’t already members can sign up through the website before the holiday and be automatically enrolled to receive the offer via email. Then, simply show the e-mail to your server or bartender to receive the discount. (This offer excludes all Juby True locations; True Food Kitchen locations; Flower Child locations; and airport locations.)
On Monday, Sept. 4, all Flower Child locations will be offering the Endless Summer Labor Day Plate for $12. Available for dine-in or take-out, the meal includes smoky BBQ chicken, sweet corn quinoa, kale coleslaw, watermelon and lemonade or iced tea.
Subscribers of Sauce Pizza & Wine’s email list will receive an offer for 25 percent off their entire bill to use on Labor Day only. For those that are not a member, guests must sign up before Labor Day to receive the offer. (Excludes the airport location.)
Bobby-Q is supplying celebrators with a take-home slow-smoked feast, with enough food for six people. Available on to-go orders only, the Labor Day BBQ Special six-person feast features one pound each of hand-sliced smoked prime beef brisket and pulled pork, six large buns and a 5-oz. bottle of Bobby Q’s signature BBQ sauce for $35.
This Labor Day, hungry locals and visitors are invited to Roaring Fork and Salty Sow restaurants for their annual “Dinner on Us” promotion, Monday, Sept. 4. Guests can enjoy a buy one, get one free offer all evening long beginning at 4 p.m. Choose from the likes of cedar-planked salmon and braised beef short ribs at Roaring Fork and pork belly and crispy chicken thighs at Salty Sow.
Rack Scottsdale in Old Town Scottsdale will offer half-priced pool, refreshing $4 Absolut Vodka drinks of your choice and $3 domestic drafts, which are on special for Labor Day. Rack will be open from 3 p.m. to 2 a.m.
Hash Kitchen will be open on Labor Day, from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Holiday specials include a barbecue pulled pork hash with hash potatoes, 12-hour smoked pork, fried eggs, hand-battered onion rings, sweet barbecue sauce and Hash monkey French toast, which is Hash monkey bread dipped in vanilla cream, thick apple smoked bacon, warm bourbon maple syrup, and whip cream. Turntables and a live DJ will be at Hash Kitchen from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Guests at The Phoenix Ale Brewery Central Kitchen can enjoy a half-pound Ale House Cheeseburger with a Phoenix Ale Brewery craft beer for only $10 on Labor Day. The mouthwatering burger is a half-pound Arizona grass-fed brisket patty topped with your choice of cheese.
Farm & Craft in Scottsdale will be hosting Labor Day Libations with $8 kombucha cocktails all day on Monday, Sept. 4. Drinks are regularly priced at $12. Plus, the restaurant will also offer $5 glasses of rose all day.
Scottsdale’s Hand Cut Burgers & Chophouse will be hosting Labor Day Libations with $8 signature cocktails all day on the holidays. Drinks are regularly priced at $13. Plus, the restaurant will have $5 glasses of rose all day.
And a few ways how dining out this Labor Day weekend can aid those affected by Hurricane Harvey:
Camp Social in Phoenix and Old Town Gringos in Scottsdale are donating a portion of proceeds for four days over Labor Day Weekend to the American National Red Cross’s disaster relief efforts in the wake of Hurricane Harvey. From Friday, Sept. 1, through Monday, Sept. 4, a portion of proceeds from specific menu items at each dining destination will go towards the Red Cross’s relief fund. At Camp Social, 10 percent of proceeds from the order of the Ocean Fish Fry or any cocktail made with Tito’s Vodka will be donated. At Old Town Gringos, any order of the new Hatch Green Chile Mac N’ Cheese or a Tito’s Vodka cocktail will support these efforts. Tito’s Vodka has partnered with American Red Cross of Central Texas with a dollar for dollar donation match program up to $50,000.
As part of a commitment to serving its communities, Hopdoddy Burger Bar locations will come together to aid those affected by Hurricane Harvey by making the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund its Goodnight for a Good Cause partner for the month of September. On Sept. 4 and 5, over Labor Day weekend, all sales from Goodnight for a Good Cause Burger will be donated, as well as $1 for every drink Hopdoddy Burger Bar sells made with Tito’s Handmade Vodka (up to $10,000). All month long, all Hopdoddy Burger Bar locations will donate $1 from every Goodnight for a Good Cause burger. Plus, on Monday, Sept. 4 both the Phoenix and Scottsdale locations are hosting a first-annual pop-up beer garden from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Hopdoddy will also be releasing its new happy hour menu items, and guests can take part in live music, drink specials, games and giveaways and free beer samplings from Sentinel Peak Brewing, Phoenix Ale Brewery and Goldwater Brewing Co. at the Scottsdale location; while the Phoenix location will offer samplings from Uncle Bear’s Brewery and The Perch Brewing.
Now through Sept. 6, TEXAZ Grill will donate $1 from every lunch chicken fried steak sold and $2 for every dinner chicken fried steak sold to relief efforts in the wake of Hurricane Harvey. The donations will go directly to to assist with emergency supplies and long-term recovery efforts.

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