Your Ticket to Wine on Tap and Chicago-style Eats
Phoenix is known as a home of transplants, with much of its population having relocated from elsewhere in the country (or in the world). But if you're a Chicago native or an East Coaster, you'll feel right at home in a Glendale restaurant that specializes in Philly cheese steaks and Chicago-style dogs. Which one? You'll have to read this week's Meal Ticket dining newsletter to find out.
We'll also have info on a Phoenix restaurant that's the first in Arizona to pilot a new "wine on tap" program. Yes, we're talking about vino tapped straight from the keg and into your glass. It's new, it's fresh, and it's all the rage in cities such as LA and Atlanta.
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