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

Dead Restaurant Dinner at Liberty Market
Today

Today, you can enjoy key dishes from Liberty Market's chefs' past restaurants. The "dead restaurant dinner" will feature plates like smoked Arizona grass-fed beef carpaccio, roasted peppers, caciocavallo, and basil oil from Cal's in New York City, in addition to open saffron ravioli with pan-seared seafood and red chile beurre blanc from Cafe Terra Cotta in Scottsdale. The dinner is open to the public with sign up at the Liberty Market Strada Bar. Seating is limited to 30 people. Dinner will start at 6:30 p.m. Tickets cost $60 per person. For an additional $20 per person, guests can have wine and cocktail pairings. For more information, visit Liberty Market's official website.  

Brew Master Dinner at ZuZu at Hotel Valley Ho
Tuesday, March 22

Enjoy four brews from Chandler's The Perch Brewery paired with hors d’oeuvres and a three-course menu at ZuZu at the Hotel Valley Ho in Scottsdale. Guests can enjoy plates like steamed manila clams, herb-roasted pork tenderloin, and Valencia orange cream cake. ZuZu Chef Charles Wiley and Brew Master of The Perch Brewery Andrew Bauman will discuss the evening’s fare. The reception starts at 6 p.m. Dinner begins at 6:30 p.m. The event costs $42 per person, plus tax and tip. Reservations are required and can be made at 480-421-7997. For more information, visit ZuZu's official website

Starz of the Constellation Brands Wine Dinner at The Boulders Resort & Spa 
Wednesday, March 23

The Boulders Resort & Spa in Carefree will host a wine dinner at its organic garden on Wednesday. Starz of the Constellation is an international distributing company that will supply the vino. Guests can enjoy pairings like soft-shell crab frito served with Meyer lemon and ramps paired with Wild Horse Pinot Grigio. The reception starts at 6:30 p.m. Dinner begins at 7 p.m. Tickets cost $129 per person, not including tax and tip. For reservations, please contact the concierge at 480-488-7317 or extension 1117.

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Garden Session at Nobuo at the Teeter House 
Thursday, March 24 

If you're searching for a way to enjoy cuisine from a James Beard award-winning chef and live music, this Thursday you'll get your chance. Nobuo at the Teeter House is hosting its sixth garden session on the patio featuring live music from Heavy the Lightweight and small bites at a discounted price. The event begins at 6:30 p.m. For more information, visit Nobuo at the Teeter House's official website

Madison's M&O Original Hot Sauce at AJ's Fine Foods 
All week 

From now until April 17, when you buy a bottle of Madison's Original Hot Sauce or Madison's M Sauce (mild, medium, marinade, multipurpose) at participating AJ's Fine Foods, you'll receive an instant 50-cent discount. Plus, local company Madison's will also donate 10 cents from each bottle purchased to Phoenix Children's Hospital, so you can feel a little better next time you put hot sauce on your eggs. The hot sauces are gluten-free, made with all-natural ingredients, and are low in salt and sugar. For more information, check out Madison's Original Hot Sauce official site.

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