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

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Half Price Bottles of Arizona Wine at Southern Rail
Monday, November 9

Did you know Southern Rail in Phoenix offers half priced bottles of select Arizona wines every Sunday and Monday? That means you can grab some of the Grand Canyon State's finest vino from wineries like Bodega Pierce, Sand-Reckoner, Dos Cabezas, Pillsbury, and Callaghan at excellent prices. Half-priced Arizona wine is available only during the evening hours. For additional information, visit Southern Rail's website, or call 602-200-0085.

Oyster Dinner at Walrus &The Pearl 
Wednesday, November 11

Walrus & The Pearl is set to begin monthly dinners, starting this week with an oyster dinner on Wednesday evening. Focusing on the thematic elements of the pyster and its habitat, the Oyster Life dinner will be prepared by chef Stephen Jones at the oyster bar in front of guests. Because the oyster bar seats only eleven guests at a time, there will be two seatings for Wednesday's dinner, one at 6 p.m. and a second at 8 p.m. Tickets cost $45 per person, and can be booked in advance online. For additional information, visit Walrus & The Pearl on Facebook, or call 602-680-7747.

Patron Tequila Dinner at Sumomaya 
Wednesday, November 11

Sumomaya in Scottsdale is partnering with Patron Tequila this Wednesday to bring guests a four-course dinner with Patron pairings. The dinner will be hosted by Chris Spake, Patron Tequila Master Educator. The dinner will begin at 6:30 p.m., and will cost $69 per person. Reservations should be made in advance online or by calling 480-397-9520.

Mas de Daumas Gassac Wine Dinner at The Market Restaurant + Bar by Jennifer's
Thursday, November 12

This Thursday evening, The Market Restaurant + Bar by Jennifer's will host a Mas de Daumas Gassac wine event. Beginning at 6 p.m., the five-course meal with amuse bouche will feature dishes such as duck confit with lentils served with roasted tomato, garlic, shallots, and red wine reduction and served alongside a Guilhem Red Blend 2013. Seats for the dinner will cost $85 per person, and reservations should be made by calling 602-579-5327.

Shanghai Social Club at Counter Intuitive 
Friday, November 13

This is the second weekend you'll be able to experience the new themed menu at Counter Intuitive in Scottsdale. We've experienced Cuban nights and a New Orleans estate sale so far, but now the bar's on to a new theme: Shanghai Social Club. According to the bar, "Shanghai Social Club was a mysterious club that existed in five major Chinatown cities throughout the 1970’s, 80’s, and 90’s. New York City, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, and Ohau all played host." The new menu draws inspiration from Asian-inspired cocktails and late-night bites such as  ????????? (Egg Shen’s Six Demon Bag) made with strawberry-infused Tito’s vodka, Aquavit, Angostura, acid phosphate, cinnamon, and lime and Lao Che’s Cup made with shiso, yuzu, lemon, port, plum bitters, Aperol, Bols Genever, and soda water. Counter Intuitive is open Friday and Saturday nights from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. 

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