3 Best Places to Eat and Drink This Week in Metro Phoenix
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Courtesy of Scramble
As of today, it's been one year since Scramble opened its doors at the Scottsdale Marketplace on the northwest corner of Lincoln Boulevard and Scottsdale Road. In celebration of the restaurant's birthday, Scramble is giving away free pancakes from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. All diners that come to the Scottsdale location of the restaurant can get a free order of Scramble's Buttermilk or Multigrain Pancakes featuring two large cakes served with butter and syrup. Sides are not included and the deal can't be combined with any other specials, deals, or coupons. No purchase necessary.
Courtesy of Bob McClendon
Uptown Farmers Market Wednesday, February 11
Phoenicians looking for a new mid-week farmers market should be happy to learn that the Uptown Farmers Market is now open Wednesday mornings from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. The market, which is located at on Central Avenue between Montebello Avenue and Bethany Home Road, features dozens of vendors including well-known local farmer Bob McClendon and his McClendon's Select brand of produce. The market will also feature Noble Bread and more than 50 other vendors. For more information visit the Uptown Farmers Market Facebook and website.
Bourbon Jacks Bar and Grill Thursday, February 12
Looking for good eats with a healthy side of country flair? Then you might want to check out the second location of Chandler's Bourbon Jacks Bar and Grill. The new restaurant, located at 7000 East Mayo Boulevard in Scottsdale, is celebrating its grand opening this Thursday through Sunday with four days of live country music. On Thursday night Chad Freeman will preform at 8:30, giving locals a chance to check out the restaurant's menu and drink selection. For more information check the Bourbon Jacks Scottsdale Facebook and website.
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