13th Annual Best of Phoenix A'fare Officially SOLD OUT

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Sorry late comers, the 13th annual Best of Phoenix A'fare tonight at the Arizona Science Center is officially, 100 percent sold out.

For those of you who got your tickets early, we look forward to seeing you there. The event kicks off at 7 p.m. There will be food from 30 Phoenix restaurants, cocktails, wine, and plenty of beer to enjoy.

Attendees will have access to all four floors of Arizona Science Center, filled with more than 300 hands-on exhibits. It's going to be a night that will combine dining, science and the best Phoenix has to offer.

Dress Code: Cocktail Attire

Find out more about tonight's Best of Phoenix A'fare.

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