Gig at The Vig, Sportsman's Happy Hour and RWB Strawberries in Today's Eater's Digest

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Gig at The Vig
Tonight and every Wednesday night for the rest of the summer, join The Vig and the Mill Avenue All-Stars on the patio for a free concert. The Mill Avenue All-Stars are Scotty Johnson from the Gin Blossoms and Steve Larson of Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers. The duo will perform a two hour set and take a break half way through to invite guest musicians to join them on stage. The Vig will be offering up $5 glasses of wine and a $5 drink of the week because everyone knows live music sounds better with a cocktail in hand. No cover and the music starts at 8 p.m. 

Happy Hour at Sportsman's
Spend your happy hour at Sportsman's in Scottsdale. Tonight from 6 to 8 enjoy a complimentary (that means free) tasting of 5 different wines and Greek appetizers. No need to RSVP, just show up and sample away!  

RWB Strawberries
Once we got a glimpse of these All-American Chocolate Covered Strawberries we knew we couldn't keep them to ourselves. Plump strawberries dipped in white chocolate and blue sugar. For a fun twist, substitute the sugar with Tropical Punch Pop Rocks.  

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