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Arizona Restaurant Week Fall 2012 Is Coming. Have You Made Your Reservations?

See Also: Three Ways to Eat Your Way Through Arizona Restaurant Week

Have you heard the news? Arizona Restaurant Week 2012: The Fall Edition is right around the corner. September 15 to 23, to be exact. And more than 200 restaurants across Phoenix and Tucson are participating with special three-course meals. Do you know where you're eating yet?

Well, you'd better head over to the website and decide because reservations (especially to the extra-fancy spots) fill up quickly. We've heard that Binkley's (which almost always sells out during restaurant week) is booking up already and it hasn't even posted its menu.

Click here for restaurants, menus, and prices.

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