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Crepes and Craft Beer, Matsuri, Highland Games and Pretzel Bites in Today's Eater's Digest

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A Worldly Weekend
There is no shortage of events this weekend. Crepes, Sushi, Haggis, whatever you're into, finding a food adventure shouldn't be a problem this weekend.

Oo la la! HB Hanratty's Pub on Camelback is teaming up with Truckin' Good Foods tonight for a special Crepes and Craft Beer event. Sample the popular food truck's delights with a three course sampling plate and then head inside the quaint dive to sample four of Arizona's finest beers, Devil's Ale, Hop Shock, Kiltlifter and Sleepy Dog's Irish Red. Then settle in with a full pint of the Arizona beer of your choice. $20 per person. No reservations needed. Just show up and have a good time.

Saturday and Sunday from 10-5 p.m. don't miss the Arizona Matsuri Festival at Heritage Square. 3 stages of entertainment, demonstrations,  tons o' Japanese food and the ASAHI beer garden should keep you entertained for hours. Admission is free. Click here for details.

The Scottish Highland Games happen this weekend at Indian Steele Park Saturday through Sunday from 9 - 4 p.m. Fill your Scottish for a day belly with Kiltlifter and Haggis then try and keep it down while watching men in skirts toss a couple logs. Admission is free. Click here for more info.

Peanut Butter Pretzel Bites
Peanut Butter, Chocolate and Pretzels. Three things we love in one little bite of perfection Keep a batch in the fridge or freeze for a quick anytime treat. Click here for the recipe.

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Shannon Armour
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