Weekend Eats

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

Freeride Bike Co. Pub Crawl
Saturday, August 8

Wheel out your bicycle, grab your helmet, and join Freeride Bike Co. this Saturday for an epic pub crawl. Starting at the new Freeride Bike Co. location in Gilbert, riders will travel to World of Beer, Cantina Laredo, and finish off with a round at Top Golf. The ride will begin at 6 p.m. at 3143 East Williams Field Road. Those planning to participate should RSVP online. For additional details, visit the event's Facebook page or call 480-988-2121.
SanTan Brewing Company Hawaiian Luau & Pool Party
Saturday, August 8

This weekend, SanTan Brewing Company will host the seventh annual Hawaiian Luau at Crowne Plaza San Marcos resort. Admission to the pool party is free and includes access to the pool, games, and live music. Food items including a whole roast pig, lomi salmon, and coconut haupia dessert will be available at $15 for adults and $8 for kids 12 years and younger. SanTan's Mr. Pineapple Wheat Beer will also be available to add to the tropical feel. For additional information, visit SanTan Brewing Company on Facebook
Sunday Brunch at Elements 
Sunday, August 9

On Sundays throughout August, Elements restaurant at Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain is hosting a brunch you won't want to miss. From 7 a.m. to 2 p.m., an a la carte menu will be available, including items such as toasted coconut waffles, eggs benedict, and breakfast shrimp and grits. Guests will also receive 50 percent off on bottles from the regular and reserve wine lists during brunch hours. For additional information on Elements' brunch, visit them on Facebook or at their website
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