5 Best Things to Eat and Drink This Week in Metro Phoenix
Enjoy snacks and drinks at Nobuo at Teeter House during the Garden Session Series.
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Garden Session Series at Nobuo at Teeter House
Thursday, December 10
Nobuo at Teeter House will host its next Garden Session on Thursday evening. From 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., guests will have the opportunity to listen to live music from Argentina and Brazil by guitar-cello duo Iguaza Duet. Along with the musical performances, a variety of bites, beers, and cocktails will be available for under $10. The Garden Session is free to attend, but seating is limited. To reserve a seat, visit the event on Facebook.
Eat a variety of Eastern oysters during Walrus & The Pearl's intimate oyster dinner.
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Oyster Dinner at Walrus & The Pearl
Thursday, December 10
Chef Stephen Jones will host an oyster dinner at Walrus & The Pearl at DeSoto Central Market on Thursday night. The intimate dining event will take place at the 11-seat oyster bar, giving diners the opportunity to chat with Jones as he prepares a variety of oysters from the East Coast. There are two dinner seatings, one at 6:30 p.m. and again at 8:30 p.m.The dinner will cost $45 per person and includes drink pairings. Tickets can be purchased in advance online.
The Drinking Chocolate at Peixoto may ruin you on Swiss Miss for the rest of your life.
Holiday Menu at Peixoto Coffee
Head to Chandler's Peixoto Coffee right now and enjoy drinks off the coffee shop's holiday menu. Two of the drinks feature locally roasted Zak's chocolate, one being the Zak's Cap made by melting the small-batch 60 percent chocolate into one of Peixoto's cappuccinos. Our favorite indulgence from the menu, however, would be the Zak's Drinking Chocolate, a rich, not-to-sweet cup of 60 percent chocolate melted simply with steamed milk. Other holiday menu items include a peppermint mocha made with locally made Fluff It marshmallows, peppermint hot chocolate, cacao nib cold brew, and the mel mentha latter, made with mate tea steeped with fresh mint and honey. For more information, check the Peixoto Facebook.
Bring home Chompie's traditional Chanukah eats for your holiday dinner.
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Chanukah Menu at Chompie's
Let Chompie's handle Chanukah dinner for you and your family this week. For $149, Chompie's Chanukah dinner includes matzo ball soup, a choice of sliced beef brisket or roasted chicken, choice of two sides (latkes, roasted potatoes, homestyle green beans, and broccoli-carrot medley), and Lovey Borenstein's holiday dessert (apple and cherry strudel, which will feed a group of eight people). Dine-in options at the chain of restaurants will include a variety of traditional dishes, and will cost $18.99 per adult, $9.99 for children under 10 years old. For additional details, visit Chompie's online.
Four Peaks' Odelay Mexican Chocolate Ale is back for a limited time only.
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Four Peaks Brewing Company Odelay Mexican Chocolate Brown Ale
Olé! Four Peaks Brewery has released its seasonal Odelay Mexican Chocolate Brown Ale for the third time. Brewed to taste like champurrado, or Mexican hot chocolate, the brown ale is made with organic cocoa powder, cinnamon, allspice, and pasilla chiles. Odelay Mexican Chocolate Brown Ale is available only at the original Four Peaks 8th Street Brewery, Four Peaks Grill & Tap in north Scottsdale, the Four Peaks tasting room on Wilson street, and Four Peaks Sky Harbor. For additional details, visit Four Peaks Brewing Company online.
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