Cafe ZuZu's Monday Night Chef's Table and Apple Bacon Mini Pies in Today's Eater's Digest

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Monday Funday
Mondays are usually reserved for moping and complaining but we're pretty sure evening dinner plans will help make the saddest day of the week just a little bit better -- okay, maybe even a lot better. This Monday, November 14th, join Cafe ZuZu at the swanky Hotel Valley Ho for their monthly Monday Night Chef's Table Dinner. This months dinner features four courses filled with oysters, crab, beets, venison, and cake paired with specially selected wines from the Laetitia Vineyards. Dinner is $52 ++ per person and reservations can be made by calling 480-421-7997. These dinners tend to fill up so be sure to RSVP in advance. The price of dinner includes getting out of doing dishes for a night and possibly improving your significant others Monday as well. 

Better Apple Pie
What could possibly make warm cinnamon spiced apples better? How about some bacon and a little cheddar cheese? Okay, we'll admit it sounds a little weird but since we love putting bacon on just about everything, we are totally down to try these tiny pies. Click here if you're brave enough to take apple pie to the next level. 

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