Chestnut Fine Foods & Provisions Today
Mondays typically kind of suck. But Chestnut Fine Foods & Provisions and Mama's Cold Brew are trying to ease the struggle. Every Monday from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. you can now get Mama's Cold Brew coffee and Chestnut pastries conveniently delivered to your car; just pull up to Chestnut. The organic cold brew coffee is brewed for 24 hours with a unique blend of spices. Pastry deals include options such as almond croissants, blueberry muffins, and maple oat scones. For more information check the Chestnut Fine Foods & Provisions Facebook.
Bootleggers Scottsdale Wednesday, March 4
Spring has officially sprung in the Valley, which means one thing: baseball. And in celebration of Spring Training season, Bootleggers in Scottsdale will be hosting a backyard barbeque everyday starting this Wednesday on the restaurant's patio. From 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. the restaurant will serve a $10 barbecue plate that includes both 10-hour smoked pulled pork and 14-hour smoked, as well as slaw and a bun. The deal also includes a PBR, and diners will have the option of using the restaurant's Tito's vodka, build-your-own Bloody Mary bar.
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Palette to Palate Thursday, March 5
This weekend will bring one of the most highly-anticipated food events of the year, but as a lead up to the Devour Phoenix Culinary Classic organizers have a new event to add to the mix. On Thursday, five chefs and five artists will team up for a night of culinary and visual art. The lineup includes chefs Bob Tam of Bitter and Twisted, Bernie Kantak of Citizen Public House/The Gladly, Gio Osso of Virtu Honest Craft, Stephen Jones, and Judson Branch of Icon. They'll be joined by artists Randy Slack, Abigail Lynch, Taylor Jensen, Hugo Medina, and Jesse Perry. The event will be held at the Renaissance Hotel in downtown Phoenix. Doors open at 6 p.m. and tickets costs $40. For more information check the Devour Phoenix website.