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Grimaldi’s Pizzeria Launches Online Ordering

Grimaldi’s Pizzeria has made it even easier for you to purchase its signature pies. Today, the company launches an online ordering system for takeout orders. The system features the restaurant's full menu and will let you customize your pizza and specify delivery times. For more information, check out the Grimaldi's website

Chompie’s Spring Training Burger Deal
Tuesday, March 1 through Wednesday, March 30

Spring training has arrived, and Chompie's is celebrating. Whether you’re headed to the ballpark or not, you can buy any one full-price burger and two drinks and get any burger of equal or lesser value for free. This deal runs throughout the entire month of March. Chompie’s serves six charbroiled burgers on its regular menu. Options include the Texas Longhorn Burger, which features a charbroiled half-pound of beef topped with smoky BBQ brisket, sliced cheddar cheese, and coleslaw. Each burger is made with a half pound of USDA Choice Angus Beef and is served on a sesame brioche bun. For more information, visit the Chompie's website

ZD Wines Dinner at Roka Akor Scottsdale
Wednesday, March 2

Scottsdale's Japanese steakhouse Roka Akor will host a wine dinner on Wednesday night. Starting at 6:30 p.m., guests can enjoy a four-course meal paired with Napa Valley's ZD Wines, and Brett deLeuze, president of ZD Wines in Napa Valley, will discuss the winery’s latest releases. One sample pairing includes lamb cutlets with aka miso and roasted pistachio served with 2013 ZD Wines Carneros Pinot Noir. For more information, visit the Roka Akor website

Dr. Seuss' Birthday at Snooze 
Wednesday, March 2 

Dr. Seuss' birthday is on Wednesday, and Snooze an AM Eatery is honoring one of the most beloved children's authors of all time with a few specials. On Wednesday, the breakfast spot will donate $1 from all orders of its Seuss-inspired Green Eggs 'n Hamwich to support local school libraries. Snooze's take on the dish features cage-free eggs scrambled with spinach and fresh herbs topped with ham (duh), melted Swiss, and Dijon hollandaise. And if you have a Dr. Seuss book that's been collecting dust, you can donate it at one of Snooze's four metro Phoenix locations and receive a free pancake during your next visit. For more information, visit the Snooze website

National Absinthe Day at Little Cleo's
Saturday, March 5

In case you didn't know, this Saturday is National Absinthe Day. Little Cleo's is making the most of it by celebrating the storied spirit with Happy Hour for the Absinthe Minded. From 4 to 5 p.m., customers get half-off all absinthe and absinthe cocktails. Guests can choose from 10 different absinthe brands. The happy hour menu also features $1 oysters, $1 shrimp, and $2 Champagne pours. For more information, check out the Little Cleo's website

Crepes at the Crepe Club
All week

Biltmore Fashion Park's newest resident is the Crepe Club, which officially opened February 22. The new eatery comes from the team behind Tempe's Délice Bistro. Besides sweet and savory crepes, guests also can order quiches, sandwiches, salads, shakes, and a variety of baked goods. Menu items include the hearty egg and sausage crepe, which features two eggs (or egg whites), potatoes, turkey sausage, and cheddar cheese in addition to classic sweet varieties like the s'mores Nutella, topped with Nutella, marshmallows, and graham crackers. For more information, visit The Crepe Club's official website

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