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Arizona Breakfast Weekend, Downtown Chandler Pub Crawl, and More This Weekend in Metro Phoenix

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Three Course Summer Sizzling  Menu at The Market by Jennifer's
Friday, July 29 to Saturday, July 30

From now through August, diners at The Market by Jennifer's in Phoenix can enjoy a prix-fixe, three-course dinner for two for $50. The menu includes a panzanella appetizer, half BBQ petite hen and succotash (grilled organic chicken with molasses BBQ sauce, corn off the cob, poblano chili, avocado, sweet onion, lime juice, cilantro, green onion, chipotle), and strawberry shortcake for dessert. House wines are available for $5 paired with the menu. The deal is not valid with any other offer, and the menu is available during dinner service Wednesday through Saturday. For more information, visit The Market by Jennifer's website

Downtown Chandler Pub Crawl 
Saturday, July 30

Head to downtown Chandler this Saturday for a pub crawl featuring SanTan Brewing Company beer. Participants should meet at the SanTan Brewery at 3 p.m. to kick things off with, what else, SanTan beer and food. From there, it's off to Bourbon Jacks and Murphy's Law for SanTan brews at each spot. The whole thing concludes with a beer and pool party at the Crowne Plaza San Marcos. Tickets cost $25, and the pub crawl is from 3 to 7 p.m.  For more information, visit the Eventbrite link

Yoga at Helton Brewing Company 
Saturday, July 30

If you like to pair your downward dog with a beer, then head to the Helton Brewing Company on Indian School Road on Saturday. Hit the mat for a one-hour yoga class before you enjoy a beer from the Phoenix craft brewery with your fellow yogis. Tickets cost $20, and you must be 21 or older to participate. You will be required to show ID and sign a waiver at the event, so it's recommended you arrive early to finish up paperwork before class. The class is from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. For more information, visit the Bottoms Up Yoga and Beer website or Eventbrite page

Arizona Breakfast Weekend
All weekend

Celebrate the most important meal of the day this weekend as part of Arizona Breakfast Weekend. Restaurants all over town have teamed up to offer specialty menus that cost $7, $10, or $15. At the Wildflower Bread Company (excluding the airport locations) you can enjoy any two entrees for $10. Try one of Wildflower's breakfast sandwiches like the Taylor Ham & Swiss made with scrambled eggs, ham and Swiss on a buttered ciabatta roll, paired with a short stack of Wildflower's lemon ricotta pancakes. For more information, visit the Arizona Breakfast Weekend website. 

Pomelo Brunch Service Begins
Saturday, July 30 and Sunday, July 31 

Pomelo, the full-service restaurant at The Orchard PHX, has started serving brunch. Guests can dig into options like breakfast pizza topped with tomato sauce, fresh mozzarella, Schreiner’s sausage, peppers, onions, grilled potatoes, and two sunny eggs or chilaquiles. Diners can also order non-breakfast items like grass-fed burgers and wood-fired wings. Pomelo is now serving brunch every Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information, visit Pomelo's website.  

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