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Essence Bakery, TMI and El Chorro Take a Break and Avalanche Bars in Today's Eater's Digest

Hungry for your early morning serving of food news, with no preservatives or additives?

Vacation Time!
Better get your macaron craving taken care of in the next two days or else you will have to wait for a little bit. Essence Bakery in Tempe is taking a much need break starting June 30th. Don't worry, they won't be gone for long. The popular cafe will reopen it's doors bright and early July 12th to fulfull you croissant and macaron needs. 

Central Phoenix darlings, The Main Ingredient will be taking a short vacation starting July 3rd. The ale house won't be gone for long, they will reopen Monday, July 10th at 11 a.m. Just in time for all-day happy hour.


El Chorro is also taking a break. The Paradise Valley restaurant will be closed for the entire month of July for renovations on the restaurant and parking lot.  Help them clean out the kitchen Wednesday, June 28th with happy hour prices all night long. From 4 to 10 p.m. all house wine, beer and bar menu items are half off and select items from the dinner menu will be specially priced.  

And don't forget Tammie Coe/MJ Breads downtown location will close at 4 p.m. for the rest of the summer.

Avalanche Bars

What the heck is an Avalanche bar? Shelly at Cookies and Cups describes them as "rice krispie treats on steroids". We couldn't agree more. White chocolate, peanut butter, chocolate chips, marshmallows and, of course, rice krispies all mushed together into one intense bar. We can't wait to give these a try! 

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