Weekend Eats

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

Independents Week Pub Crawl
Friday, July 3

In case you didn't already know, this week is National Independents Week, the annual weeklong celebration of local businesses. And to help celebrate, Local First Arizona invites you to support some of your favorite independently owned bars during the Independents Week Pub Crawl in Old Town Scottsdale. Stops will include Brat Haus, Craft 64, 5th and Wine, Hula's Modern Tiki Scottsdale, and RnR Scottsdale; each location will offer a $4 drink special. The event is open to those 21 and over and is free to attend (aside from drink prices, of course), though you'll want to reserve a ticket. For more information, check the National Independents Week Pub Crawl Facebook page. 

Baby Back Ribs and Summer Shandys at Nabers
Friday, July 3 through Sunday, July 5

Let your Fourth of July celebration last all weekend long at Nabers in Chandler. This Friday through Sunday, Nabers will offer $4 Lennie's Summer Shandys and $5 Freedom-tinis, as well as baby back ribs for $12.50 and cheeseburgers for $7. On Saturday night, country music will be provided by DJ Joey LaDelfa, and guests will be welcome to play indoor cornhole and ping pong all night every night. Visit Nabers online for more information. 
Vino and Canvas at Terroir Wine Pub
Sunday, July 5

Do your art skills increase with a little bit of booze? Well, this weekend you can embrace your inner Van Gogh at Terroir Wine Pub during the Scottsdale spot's Vino and Canvas painting class. Before attendees jump into a two-hour painting class, the wine bar will offer happy hour pricing on food and drink. Then a professional art instructor will lead participants through an entire painting step-by-step. The class costs $45 and includes an apron, a canvas, paintbrushes, and paint. The class lasts from 2 to 4 p.m, and tickets can be purchased online.

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