Cork Emptying Its Cupboards This Week With 5-Course Spontaneous Tasting Menu

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Cork, the eclectic restaurant in Chandler featuring small plates served à la carte, is taking its annual summer vacation from Sunday, June 26, to Tuesday, July 12. The good news? We get to eat up the contents of their kitchen before they leave.

Now through Saturday, June 25, Cork is offering their "Pilfering the Pantry" special, an "Everything must go!" five-course spontaneous tasting menu for $50. Regular dinner at Cork will also be available Tuesday through Thursday, but Friday and Saturday are for "Pilfering the Pantry" only.

Cork will return from their summer break at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, July 13. For more information or to make a reservation, call 480-883-3773.

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