Rosé Week at Beckett's Table
Tuesday, August 2 to Sunday, August 7
Beckett's Table is launching Rosé Week this Tuesday, and will offer special pricing on pink wine all week. The Rosé Week menu includes a $12 flight that includes three, three-ounce tastes of the following wines: 2015 Hogwash, a Tuck Beckstoffer wine from St Helena, California; a 2015 Brancato Il Poggione from Tuscany, Italy; and a 2014 dry grenache rosé by Callaghan Estate from Cochise County in Arizona. Beckett's Table also will sell seven rosés by the bottle from $41 to $120, including a limited Domaine Tempier rosé blend from Bandol, France, for $89. The restaurant will pour three rosés by the glass from Italy, California, and France ranging in price from $11 to $14. Chef Justin Beckett will prepare rosé-friendly noshes including heirloom tomato and house-made ricotta salad, and chilled beets with crispy leek rings, garlic potato puree, cucumber, black pepper honey, and micro herbs. Rose Week lasts from Tuesday, August 2 until Sunday, August 7. For more information, visit the Beckett's Table website.
One Dollar Hot Dogs at Chase Field Every Tuesday
Tuesday, August 2
If you're headed to a ball game at Chase Field on Tuesday, consider ordering a hot dog for cheap. The Arizona Diamondbacks will sell $1 hot dogs at every Tuesday home game during the month of August. The hot dogs will be available at select Doubleheaders locations throughout the ballpark. For more information, visit the Diamondbacks' website.
Happy Hour at Market Street Kitchen
Thursday, August 4
Starting this week, Scottsdale's Market Street Kitchen will offer happy-hour pricing on cocktails and food on Thursdays as part of Tiki Thursdays. The catch? To nab this deal, you've got to be dressed in cabana gear, so break out your coconut bra or Hawaiian shirt to enjoy the discounted goods. Diners can order Treasure Island-themed cocktails for $7 in tiki mugs garnished with gummy sharks, mini umbrellas, fresh fruit, and herbs. Pair your drink with a plate off the shareable food menu featuring classic island fare such as big eye tuna poke and char siu pork sliders. This deal is good on Thursdays from 5 p.m. until close. For more information, visit Market Street Kitchen's website.
Two Brothers Tap House & Brewery Beer Dinner
Thursday, August 4
Old Town Scottsdale's Two Brothers Tap House & Brewery will host a summer-inspired six-course dinner with craft beer pairings this Thursday. Chef Josh Downing and Head Brewer Rob Rodriguez will lead guests through each course. One sample course includes burrata, smoked peaches, arugula, spiced pecans, aged balsamic, and extra-virgin olive oil paired with the Pollinator or honey wheat beer. Dinner costs $60 per person, including tax and tip. Space is limited and reservations are required. Reserve your seat in person or call 480-378-3001. Dinner is from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. For more information, visit Two Brothers' website.
National Sandwich Month at Miracle Mile Deli
August is National Sandwich Month, and Miracle Mile Deli in Phoenix is celebrating with a different sandwich deal each week this month. Starting today until Sunday, August 7, you can get The New York sandwich, fries, and a pickle for $9. In true Empire State fashion, this sandwich features hot pastrami topped with homemade coleslaw and Miracle Mile dressing. For more information, visit Miracle Mile Deli's website.
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