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Margarita Monday, Summer Happy Hour at Roaring Fork, and More This Week in Metro Phoenix

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Margarita Mondays at Jalapeno Inferno

North Scottsdale's Jalapeno Inferno is celebrating summer with a Monday Margarita Madness deal. On Mondays, all margaritas are half off with the purchase of an entree all day. You can sip on variations of the classic drink including the Tropical Mango, a frozen combination of fresh mango puree and the restaurant's signature 100 percent Blue Agave Plata Formula. For more information, visit Jalapeno Inferno's website

Binkley's Farewell Tomato Dinner Part 2
Thursday, June 23

As we've already told you, Binkley's in Cave Creek is closing, and the restaurant is saying goodbye with a farewell tomato dinner this Thursday. Diners can enjoy an entire menu featuring fresh and local tomatoes. The dinner begins at 6:30 p.m., and tickets cost $98 per person. For more information, visit the event's Facebook page or Binkley's website. 

All Night, All Summer Happy Hour at Roaring Fork 
All week 

From now until September 5, Scottsdale's Roaring Fork is offering an expanded summer happy hour menu. Diners can dig into plates such as grilled fish tacos or The Big Ass Burger featuring smoked pepper bacon, cheddar, poblano pepper, and French fries, both for $10 each. Guests also can sip on wines by the glass or the restaurant's cocktails for $5 each. Summer happy hour is offered Monday through Sunday and runs from 4 p.m. until the restaurant closes. For more information, visit Roaring Fork's website

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