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

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Discounted Juice Cleanses at Juby True 
Tuesday, December 29 to Sunday, January 3

If you've been gorging yourself on pie and ham (and really, who hasn't?), then you could probably use some fresh juice to reset your system. Thankfully, Arcadia's Juby True will offer 15 percent off its juice cleanses this week. Pre-order your juices either online or by calling 480-240-1277 between Tuesday, December 29 to Sunday, January 3 to receive the discount. All orders must be picked up by Thursday, January 14. Juby True is located 3912 E. Camelback Road in Phoenix. For more information, please visit the Juby True website. 

New Year's Eve Dinner at Elements
Thursday, December 31 

If you still need New Year's Eve dinner reservations, consider heading to Elements at the Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain. Enjoy chef Beau MacMillan's four-course feast during two different seatings. From 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., dinner costs $150 per person. From 8 to 10:30 p.m., dinner costs $185 and includes a Champagne toast, party favors, and entrance to the Jade Bar party. Tax, tip and beverages not included. Reservations are required and can be made by calling 408-607-2300. For more information, please visit the Elements website

Bloody Mary Bar at Hash Kitchen 
Friday, January 1 

Ring in 2016 — and celebrate National Bloody Mary Day — with some creative Bloody Mary's at Hash Kitchen in Scottsdale. For $10, you'll have access to the restaurant's DIY Bloody Mary bar at which you can top house-infused vodka (think flavors like bacon, pickle, cilantro lime and jalapeño) and tomato juice with brunch options including mini cheeseburger sliders, pickled eggs, egg rolls, corn dogs, spicy asparagus, beer-battered onion rings, corn dogs, oysters and king crab. The Hash Kitchen is located at 8777 N. Scottsdale Road in Scottsdale and open from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. For more information, please visit The Hash Kitchen website

Sunday Brunch at Barrio Urbano
Sunday, January 3

If Bloody Mary's aren't your thing, try a make-your-own Mimosa instead. Because, after all, there's nothing like a little Champagne to kick start 2016 off right. Barrio Urbano's Sunday Brunch features $9 bottles of Champagne that you can split with your pals. Or enjoy $4 Bloody Mary's or margaritas. Drink specials are available from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Breakfast is served all day. You can reserve a table by calling 602-287-9000. Barrio Urbano is located at 5632 N 7th St. in Phoenix. For more information, visit Barrio Urbano online.

10 Best Things to Eat and Drink While Visiting Phoenix

We know the struggle. Your guests have been in town since Christmas Eve and you're running out of ideas about where to take them. You've dragged them up Camelback Mountain and stuffed them with homemade Christmas cuisine — now it's time to take them on a tour of metro Phoenix's best fare. We suggest taking the in-laws to either of world-famous Pizzeria Bianco locations, followed by a cocktail at one of the Valley's newest drinking hot spots, Bitter & Twisted Cocktail Parlour. Not dealing with mixology fans? No problem, try Four Peaks Brewing Company in Tempe and dessert at Sweet Republic in Scottsdale or Phoenix. You can view the complete list of 10 Best Things to Eat and Drink while visiting Phoenix here. 

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