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

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International Waffle Day at Two Brothers Tap House & Brewery
Friday, March 25

In honor of International Waffle Day tomorrow, Scottsdale's Two Brothers Tap House & Brewery is offering 50 percent off the Waffle BLT. The Waffle BLT from the restaurant and brewery consists of American cheese, Swiss cheese, bacon, tomato, arugula, and pesto mayo that's sandwiched in between a buttery croissant and is all pressed with a waffle iron. For more information, visit the Two Brothers Tap House & Brewery website
Discounted Savory Sandwiches at Crave Waffle Sandwich Creations
Friday, March 25

Glendale's Crave Waffle Sandwich Creations also will be honoring International Waffle Day by taking $2 off its savory sandwiches in celebration of one of the most beloved breakfast staples. Savory options include items such as The Meltdown, which is topped with ground beef, sautéed onions and mushrooms, Swiss cheese, lettuce, tomato, and the restaurant's own poutine gravy. Located at Westgate Entertainment District, Crave claims to be the only full-service waffle sandwich restaurant in Arizona. For more information, visit Crave's website. 
Bend and Brew at The Yard in Phoenix 
Saturday, March 26

Pair your downward dog with a beer this Saturday at The Yard in Phoenix. From 9 a.m. to 10 a.m., attendees can strengthen and stretch their bodies with a yoga class led by one of Ironwood Yoga Studio's instructors and then follow that up with a 16-ounce draft beer. Tickets cost $10 each. Upon check-in, attendees will receive a drink token good for one beer. To register for any of the classes, visit Ironwood Yoga's website and search for any “Bend & Brew” class listed by date. For more information, visit the Culinary Dropout website

Easter Brunch at Crudo 
Sunday, March 27

Arcadia's Crudo restaurant is celebrating Easter with a three-course brunch menu that's just $30. Diners can pick and choose from plates like ricotta, walnut, olive oil, and honey served on grilled bread; Crudo's signature bacon risotto topped with sunny-side eggs; or crostada accompanied by blueberry balsamic and roasted white chocolate streusel. For more information, visit Crudo's website

And for more Easter dining options, check out our list of 10 Places For Easter Brunch in Metro Phoenix.

Grenache at Carlson Creek Vineyard
Friday, March 26 and Saturday, March 27

Arizona's own Carlson Creek Vineyard is releasing its very first grenache blend this weekend. For the first time ever, Arizona yielded enough grapes so that Carlson Creek could grow a 100-percent grenache wine. The red wine will be released this Friday, and served in the tasting room on Friday and Saturday. Established in 2009, Carlson Creek Vineyard is a family-owned vineyard based in Wilcox, Arizona. If you'd rather not take the trip out there, the vineyard is offering free shipping on purchases of two or more bottles of grenache when you use the code FREESHIP at check out. For more information, visit Carlson Creek Vineyard's website

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