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

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Dog Days of Summer at Joe's Farm Grill
Beginning Tuesday, September 1

To celebrate the beginning of the end, Joe's Farm Grill is rolling out its "Dog Days of Summer" menu. Twelve specialty hot dogs and sausages — all made with meat from local Schreiner's Sausages — will be available for $7.99 for one or $10.99 for two. Joe's specialty dogs include the “Sacré Bleu” Parisian Dog, which comes served on a garlic bun with sliced ham, fontina cheese, Dijon mustard, French double cream Brie, cornichons, and green onion. "The Dog Days of Summer" menu will be available throughout September. For more information on the specialty dogs, or to see Joe's Farm Grill's full menu, visit the restaurant online or on Facebook.

Chef Collaborative Dinner at Vincent on Camelback
Thursday, September 3

Valley chefs Vincent Guerithault and Kevin Binkley will be teaming up this week to bring diners a six-course meal at Vincent on Camelback. Beginning at 6 p.m., attendees will be able to sample dishes such as sauteed foie gras with parsnip from chef Vincent, and figs with curry-chevre mousse, watercress, champagne grapes, hazelnuts, sumac lavosh, and spiced port from chef Binkley. The dinner will cost $98 per person, plus an optional $35 for wine pairings. Reservations are required and can be made by calling (602) 224-0225. For more information on the chefs, visit Vincent on Camelback or Binkley's online. 

SOBO Lunch Specials at Social Box Neighborhood Eatery

Grabbing a quick lunch is getting easier at Social Box in Chandler. Available from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Social Box's lunch specials include the SOBO Burger Basket ($7), Chicken Caesar ($7), and a Lunch Pizza ($8), along with other items, and can be ordered online via grubhub.com. For additional details, including Social Box's full menu, visit the restaurant online or on Facebook

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