8 Tax Day Deals You Can Grab Around Metro Phoenix Between Now and Monday, April 18

As you probably know, this Monday, April 18, is the deadline for filing your 2015 taxes. Sure, it's great if you've got a refund coming and annoying if you owe, but either way, doing your taxes just plain sucks. 

The good news is some metro Phoenix restaurants are offering deals to help ease the pain. Some of the deals even start today, Friday, April 15, and last all weekend. So dig into these special offers ranging from free cookies to cheap drinks and just remember: Tax day only comes once a year, and this one will be over soon. 

Two Brothers Tap House & Brewery

Scottsdale's Two Brothers Tap House & Brewery shares our sense of humor when it comes to Tax Day. Guests who mention the phrase "taxes schmaxes" (we bet it will feel great to say this) to their server prior to ordering will receive a complimentary Beer Brezen. The Beer Brezen consists of two warm pretzels infused with Two Brothers Domaine DuPage French Country Ale served alongside the Cane and Ebel stone ground mustard and Wobble IPA beer cheese sauce. This offer is valid from Friday, April 15 to Monday, April 18. For more information, visit the Two Brothers Tap House & Brewery website

Fired Pie

Fired Pie guests can enjoy a pizza or salad for $4.18 on Monday. Build your own 11-inch pizza or bowl of salad or choose from any of the restaurant's specialty pies and salads. The deal is limited to one entrée (pizza or salad) per person, and no call-in orders will be applicable. For more information, visit Fired Pie's website.

il Capo Pizzeria

Scottsdale's il Capo Pizzeria is launching a brand-new, all-day, every-day happy hour from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. that kicks off on Friday, April 15, in time for "Tax Weekend." Happy hour items include meatballs, arancini, and whole pies, plus $5 dollar wines by the glass and $6 pitchers of local brews and domestic drafts. For more information, visit il Capo Pizzeria's website

Sauce Pizza & Wine

When Tax Day comes around, let's face it, who doesn’t need a drink? That's why Sauce Pizza and Wine will offer glasses of wine for $4.18 from Friday, April 15, to Monday, April 18. This offer is valid at all locations (excluding Sky Harbor) and is available for is dine-in only. For more information and for a full list of wines, visit Sauce's website. 

Delice Bistro

Tempe's Delice Bistro is offering a free macaron with lunch entree purchase on Monday — because we're betting you could use a sweet treat as you try to wrangle with that W-2. For more information, visit Delice Bistro's official website

Eklectic Pie 

To relieve the stress of Tax Day, on Monday, April 18, Eklectic Pie's Chandler and Mesa locations are offering two 11-inch pizzas plus two non-alcoholic beverages for $10.40. Beer and wine will also be just $2 all day. For more information, visit the Eklectic Pie website

The Lodge Sasquatch Kitchen

Tempe's The Lodge Sasquatch Kitchen is celebrating Tax Day with a bundled $10.40 deal on one of the restaurant's gourmet hot dogs (including a Chicago dog, chili cheese dog, or a Sonoran dog), plus a choice of a side (including sweet potato fries, waffle fries, tots, and shoestring fries), and a Lodge beer draft. For more information, visit The Lodge website

The Hash Kitchen

On Monday, you can nab any hash on the menu at Scottsdale's The Hash Kitchen for $10.40 along with a fresh fruit mimosa. Choose from hearty options ranging from All-American Corned Beef Hash to lump crab and sweet potato hash. For more information, visit The Hash Kitchen website

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