Friday Night Vino Tasting, Top Chef at the Market and Cinnamon Swirls in Today's Eater's Digest

Friday Night Vino
Sample wines from Italy with Damien Kanser from Action Wines at AZ Wine Co. in Carefree tonight from 5:30 to 7:30. Learn about the laws of wine and regions of Italy while enjoying sample of wine from Sicily, Trentino and Tuscany. AZ Wine Co. will also be serving complimentary paninis. Five dollars per person with the purchase of a bottle from the event. Click here for more details. 

Free Breakfast for Dad
This weekend the Morning Glory Cafe at the Farm at South Mountain wants to feed your dad for free (but you have to pay). Saturday and Sunday from 8 a.m till noon dads eat free when accompanied by a paying son or daughter. Choices include White Truffle Scrambled Eggs & Veggie Skillet, Morning Glory Benedict or Cowboy Chili & Eggs. Reservations for parties of 4 or more can be made by calling 602-276-8804. There is no limit to the number of dads allowed at each table as long as each one brings their own kid with them. Visit The Farm's website here.

Top Chef: The Tour
This Saturday at the Phoenix Public Market Top Chef will be paying a visit in the 18-wheeler semi truck.  Phoenicians will have the opportunity to meet "Top Chef Chef'testants" Ryan Scott and CJ Jacobson, sample food, receive gourmet cooking tips and also have compete in Top Chef Activities for prizes. Tickets for the interactive show are first come first serve and the whole thing will be repeated four times throughout the day. For set times and more info click here

Cinnamon Swirls
In our constant search for unique eats and gorgeous food pictures, we sometimes spot micro trends. This week it was an abundance of cinnamon swirl bread and rolls. Out of all the beautiful pictures we liked Cafe Lynnylu's take on the breakfast treat best. Cherry Chocolate Swirled Cinnamon Rolls. Perfect for Sunday brunch.

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