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

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Taco Tuesday at Ticoz Latin Kitchen
Tuesday, July 21 

Proving that Taco Tuesday will never go out of style, Ticoz Latin Kitchen is rolling out its very own Tuesday menu. Priced at $2 apiece, Ticoz's tacos are served on flour tortillas and include fillings such as carne asada, pork adovada, and Dos Equis-battered tilapia. To sweeten the deal, Ticoz is offering sangria and Dos Equis Amber at half-off regular pricing, as well as a house margarita for $2 off. Ticoz is open from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Tuesdays. For additional details as well as the full menu, visit Ticoz at its website or on Facebook
Argentine Street Food Supper Club at the Herb Box
Tuesday, July 21, and Wednesday, July 22

The Herb Box continues its Summer Supper Club this week with an Argentine street food themed menu. Diners can enjoy two courses and a glass of wine for $30, which will include a kale and caramelized plantain empanada, and a Niman pork skirt steak. The Argentine menu will be available on Tuesday and Wednesday from 4 p.m. to close. For more information on the Herb Box, including upcoming Summer Supper Club events, visit the restaurant's website or Facebook page. 
Speakeasy Night at DeSoto Central Market
Thursday, July 23

It's two kicks and a knock to get you into DeSoto Central Market's Speakeasy this Thursday night. Starting at 8 p.m. with a short swing dancing class, DCM's Speakeasy Night will run until 11, replete with dim lights, dancing, and classic cocktails. Food will be available until 10 p.m. Follow DeSoto Central Market on Twitter for a password that will allow guests to get "nearly 1930s pricing" on select drinks. For more information, visit Speakeasy Night's Facebook page

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