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

"All Things Amari" Dinner at The Parlor
Tuesday, August 25

The Parlor will continue its popular cocktail dinner series on Tuesday with an All Things Amari-themed meal. Amari, bitter herbal liqueurs often made in Italy and served as an apéritif or digestif, will be used to prepare cocktails that will be served alongside three paired courses. Reservations are recommended and can be made by visiting The Parlor online or by calling 602-248-2480. The dinner will begin at 6:30 p.m, with seats costing $75 per diner. See Facebook for details. 

Beer Dinner at 8-Bit Aleworks
Wednesday, August 26

8-Bit Brewery is now 8-Bit Aleworks, and this week, it'll be hosting its first beer-tasting dinner to celebrate. Teaming up with Frites Street food truck, Aleworks will offer pairings such as Extra Life Amber with a candied bacon salad with bacon fat confit tomatoes, and White Mage Wit with moules frites in witbier butter sauce. Seats are limited, so diners are encouraged to buy their $50 tickets in advance. For more information, visit 8-Bit Aleworks online or on Facebook

Go Set a Watchman Dinner at Southern Rail
Wednesday, August 26

Gather at Southern Rail on Wednesday for a three-course meal before First Draft Book Club's discussion about Harper Lee's controversial new novel, Go Set a Watchman. Beginning at 5 p.m., guests can enjoy items such as fried chicken, braised collards, and baked beans, as well as a slice of Lane "prize" cake with orange, coconut, bourbon, and pecan. Reservations are encouraged and can be made by calling 602-200-0085 or by visiting Southern Rail online.

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