Weekend Eats

Five Things to Eat and Drink this Weekend in Metro Phoenix

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End of the World Package at the Hermosa Inn

Still standing? Good, because we've got one last "last meal." Lon's at the Hermosa Inn is doing its own take on end-of-the-world dinning with a decadent multi-course dinner of smoked salmon, caviar, oysters, foie gras, black truffle risotto, Mediterranean sea bream, Kobe strip loin, chocolate truffles, artisan cheeses, and, if there's still room, a chocolate souffle. The entire dinner, including wine pairings, totals at $265.

However, for $380, you can purchase the resort's one-night only End of the World Package, which includes a one-night stay for 2, complimentary Machu Picchu cocktails (Lon's signature Doomsday drink), a $36 breakfast credit, and a $100 credit towards the Last Meal at Lon's.

Now that's what we call going out in style. For more information and to make a reservation at either Lon's (602-955-7878) or the Hermosa Inn (602-955-8614), call or visit them online.

Soldier Leisure at Crêpe Bar

Haven't finished your holiday shopping? In the mood for some French-style eating? What a coincidence -- the Crêpe Bar has you covered. This Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon, Crêpe Bar's Jeff Kraus has invited Soldier Leisure artist, Andy Brown, to meet, greet, and sell his line of locally made prints, tees, and more. Brown is best known for his mobile store, The Sleisure Wagon (soldier + leisure), as well as his murals along Roosevelt Row and the San Carlos Apartments in Tempe.

As an added bonus the Crêpe Bar will also be holding an Instagram contest till 5 p.m. that same evening. Participants are invited to photograph themselves with a work from the Soldier Leisure line along with the tag lines: @crepe_bar and # SleisureHoliday. Prizes including gift certificates to Crêpe Bar, Crêpe Bar Tumblers, and Sleisure style gifts will be awarded to first, second and third place contestants. For more information visit Crêpe Bar on Facebook.

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Katie Johnson
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