Hooray! All You Need for This Saturday's Urban Wine Walk Are a Map and a Plan (Oh, and a Light Rail Pass. You'll Need That, Too. And a Bit of Cash. Probably Pants.)

The election's over, the weather's rub-it-in-the-faces-of-snowy-states perfect, and some Harvard dudes sent a flippin' hamburger into space. What better way to celebrate with some wine, some walkin', and some more wine -- all urban-style, natch.

See also: My Wine Cellar & Bistro Hosting 2nd Annual Wine Festival

The sixth Urban Wine Walk will happen from 1 to 6 p.m. on Saturday, November 10. Featuring 16 restaurants offering up wallet-friendly wine samples and snacks along the Central Corridor and in downtown Phoenix, this light-rail-friendly event means taking in the sights (and the spirits) car-free.

What do you need to score a free 2013 Urban Wine Walk souvenir glass, triple-chocolate whoopie pie, or a sample of vino made from Maui-grown pineapples? Three items: a map, a light-rail pass, and an ID (walkers must be 21 and over to participate.)

Here's one of those three items. Plus, a list of participating restaurants.

Since Saturday's Urban Wine Walk walkers can take charge of their own destiny by picking a starting point and then letting it roll from there, having a plan means getting to the best spots first.

For a map and list of the participants and what they're offering, check out this Google map page. For more details about the event, go to the Urban Wine Walk website.

List of this year's Urban Wine Walk participants:

- 1130 The Restaurant - Arrogant Butcher - Blue Hound Kitchen & Cocktails - Brick Pizzeria & Wine Bar - Cheuvront Restaurant & Wine Bar - District American Kitchen & Wine Bar - Hula's Modern Tiki - Icon Lounge at Renaissance Phoenix Downtown - Kincaid's Fish, Chop & Steak House (Opens at 3pm) - Maizie's Café - Networks - Province Restaurant - The Rose & Crown - Steve's Greenhouse Grill - The Strand Urban Italian - Tom's Tavern & 1929 Grill

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Laura Hahnefeld
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