Events

3 Best Things to Eat and Drink this Week in Metro Phoenix

$10 Burger & Beer Tuesdays at Pink Pony 
Tuesday, June 9

Pink Pony in Scottsdale is working to make Tuesdays a little more interesting, with the offer of one burger and one beer for $10. Choose between a cheeseburger or "Blue Burger" — two 5-ounce Niman Ranch patties, bacon, tomato, onion jam, watercress, and smoked blue cheese — and a craft beer or house wine. The deal is available all day long on Tuesdays and will last throughout the summer. For the complete Pink Pony menu, visit the restaurant's website

Return of Lefty's Lager at Four Peaks Brewing
Friday, June 12

Get ready to make room in your seasonal summer beer rotation. For a short time only, Four Peaks' popular brew Lefty's Lager is returning to bars, restaurants, and retail stores around the Valley. The beer will reappear on Friday, June 12 and will be available throughout the summer. To read more about Lefty's Lager and the other beers brewed by Four Peaks Brewing Company, visit the brewery's website or follow Four Peaks on Facebook

Prix Fixe Menu at Remington's
Throughout June

Remington's in Scottsdale has launched the first of two summer prix fixe menus. The three-course June menu includes items such as a serrano pepper and watermelon soup, coal-fired Denver steak, and reverse root beer float for dessert. The menu costs $44 per person, although those who purchase one meal from the menu will receive another one for free. The menu will be available until July 1, when another three-course menu will take its place. To make reservations, call Remington's at 480-951-5101. To view the complete menu at Remington's, visit the restaurant's website. 

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