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Hanukkah in Metro Phoenix: 8 Places for Deep-Fried Turkey, Latkes, and other Treats

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Chompie's

Open for Thanksgiving/Hanukkah from 6 a.m. to 4 p.m., all four Chompie's locations will have dine-in and takeout options. The Chanukah meal -- crispy potato latkes, beef brisket, matzo ball soup, holiday cookies, and more -- is $15.99 per person, or $169.99 for a package that serves 12 to 15 people. Diners can also get whole oven-roasted turkeys, savory Challah stuffing, mashed potatoes and gravy, homemade pies, pumpkin bagels, cranberry-orange scones, pumpkin crème brulee, cranberry-pumpkin waffles, and more for your Jewish-American celebration. To order, contact Chompie's in Paradise alley Mall, Scottsdale, Tempe, or Chandler.

Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak

There are two ways to enjoy deep-fried turkey on Thursday, November 28. Take home a 14-pound. deep-fried turkey from Rico's American Grill, complete with four sides, rolls, sausage gravy, and two pies for $150. Call 602-997-5850 by noon on Tuesday, November 26, to order. Or, dine in at Hole-in-the-Wall Smokehouse BBQ, where Thanksgiving dinner will be served from noon to 10 p.m. Enjoy plenty of fried turkey, smoked prime rib, red butter whipped potatoes, cornbread muffins, and assorted desserts. The family-style feast is $39++ for adults, $35 for seniors, and $19 for kids 10 and under. Call 602-906-3840 for reservations.

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