Events

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

Tomato Dinner at Binkley's 
Wednesday, July 1

On Wednesday evening, Chef Kevin Binkley will host a 15-course tomato dinner at Binkley's in Cave Creek. Items including tomato tartare, caramelized tomato-braised pork short ribs, and cinnamon-tomato panacotta with rum currants will be served alongside passed hors d'oeuvres. Dinner will begin at 6:30 p.m. and costs $98 per diner, plus an optional $54 for wine pairings. Guests will receive a gift bag of local tomatoes to take home with them after the event. Required reservations may be made by calling 480-437-1072 or by visiting Binkley's Restaurant online
Burger & Shake Wednesday at 32 Shea
Wednesday, July 1

Every Wednesday, 32 Shea offers a unique burger and milkshake combo to diners. Specific orders change each week, but past burgers and shakes have included a porcini mushroom burger with balsamic glaze and blue cheese and a caramel walnut shake. The duo is served with fries and a green salad and costs $17. More information on 32 Shea, including its full menu, can be found online.
Diamondbacks Home Game Special at DeSoto Central Market
Anytime the D-backs have a home game

Root for the home team this week as the Diamondbacks square off against the Dodgers and the Rockies at Chase Field. Show your ticket at DeSoto Central Market on game day and receive an order of DCM Burger's sliders and a local beer for $10. The special lasts all season and is good for every home game. More information on DeSoto Central Market can be found on its Facebook and website. The schedule for the Diamondbacks' games can be found here

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