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Citizen Public House and House of Tricks Chefs Team Up for "Revenge of the Pig" Dinner

Got pork?

If you happen to be dining at "Revenge of the Pig," the summer cocktail pairing dinner happening at 6:30 p.m., Tuesday, July 31st, at Citizen Public House in Scottsdale, you'll have it by the plateful.

CPH chef Bernie Kantak will be pairing up for the pork-y evening with chef Kelly Fletcher of House of Tricks in Tempe. The two have created a six-course menu featuring pork products from top-notch purveyor Tender Belly with the cocktails coming courtesy of CPH mix master Richie Moe.

Read on for the full menu and event details.

The cost of the "Revenge of the Pig" event is $75 per person. Reservations are required and can be made by calling 480-398-4208 to reserve your space.

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