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5 Best Places to Eat and Drink This Weekend in Metro Phoenix

Four Peaks' Wilson Street Tasting Room 
Friday, October 23

Four Peaks Brewery's Wilson Street Tasting Room, previously open only for special events, will now open its doors to the public every Friday from 4 to 9 p.m. The tasting room will also have food trucks on site during its open hours. For additional information, visit Four Peaks Brewery online, the Wilson Tasting Room's Facebook page, or call 480-303-9967.

12 Year Anniversary Celebration at Marcellino Ristorante
Saturday, October 24

Celebrate the 12-year anniversary of Marcellino Ristorante's opening this Saturday. Guests will have the opportunity to walk the red carpet, sip sparkling wine, and enjoy live music throughout the evening. Additionally, each celebrant will depart with a bag of homemade biscotti. For additional details, visit Marcellino Ristorante on Facebook or at the restaurant's website

Dish It Out Phoenix
Sunday, October 25

Defending champion chef Aaron May will return to Dish It Out this Sunday to compete against four other Valley chefs in a cook-off competition at High Street. From 5 to 8 p.m., audience members will be able to watch chefs Gregory Wiener, Jeff Kraus, Chris McKinley, and Juan Zamora, as well as local food blogger Joanie Simon duke it out in the kitchen. Dish It Out also will feature food from local restaurants including Roka Akor, Citizen Public House, and Urban Cookies. Tickets cost $75 for general admission, $500 for VIP, and can be purchased online. For additional details, visit Dish it Out on Facebook.

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Beckett's Table Five-Year Anniversary Block Party
Sunday, October 25

It's time to raise a glass to chef Justin Beckett as he and his team celebrate five years of Beckett's Table. This Sunday from 2 to 6 p.m., Beckett's Table will take over the restaurant's parking lot for a block party that will include signature dishes from Beckett's Table, a Four Peaks beer truck, and live music by Sugahbeat. Tickets cost $25 per person and can be purchased online. For additional information, visit Beckett's Table online or on Facebook

Kids Eat Free at Kale & Clover

Get your little ones to Kale & Clover for some healthy eats. Each day from 3 p.m. until close, kids 12 years old and under eat free at Kale & Clover with the purchase of one adult meal. There's a limit of one free kids' meal per adult entrée purchased. Kids meals include items such as chicken and rice with broccoli and ginger scallion sauce and spaghetti marinara with beef meatballs and whole wheat noodles. For additional information, visit Kale & Clover online, or on Facebook.  

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