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Miracle Mile Deli Day, One Dollar Spicy Tuna Rolls, and More This Week in Metro Phoenix

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Miracle Mile Deli Day 
Tuesday, May 10 

Miracle Mile Deli has been in business for more than 60 years, and the City of Phoenix has declared Tuesday, May 10 Miracle Mile Deli Day to celebrate the milestone. To commemorate the occasion, a portion of the proceeds from that day’s sales will go to Feeding Matters, a local nonprofit dedicated to raising awareness of pediatric feeding struggles. From noon to 8 p.m. every hour, you can register to win a $100 gift card to Miracle Mile Deli; all you have to do to register to win is stop by the restaurant. No purchase is necessary. For more information, visit Miracle Mile Deli's website

Discounted Spicy Tuna Rolls at Stingray Sushi 
Wednesday, May 11

This Wednesday is National Spicy Tuna Day, and Stingray Sushi is celebrating. Guests can savor the holiday by enjoying one of this local chain's spicy tuna rolls for $1. The offer is good for one spicy tuna roll per person with a purchase at Stingray’s two locations in Chandler and Phoenix. For more information, visit Stingray Sushi's website

SanTan Beer Dinner at Zinburger in Gilbert 
Wednesday, May 11

Local favorites Zinburger and SanTan Brewery have teamed up to put together a four-course beer pairing dinner at Zinburger's Gilbert location. One sample course include a seared ahi salad served alongside the Chandler brewery's Epicenter Amber Ale. Tickets cost $40 per person. Tax and tip are not included. RSVP in person or by calling 480-387-5000. For more information, visit Zinburger's website

Thirsty Lion Debuts New Spring Menu Items
All week 

The Thirsty Lion Gastropub & Grill's Tempe and Scottsdale locations have rolled out new seasonal menu items. Guests can feast on spring plates like spicy meatballs served with a garlic tahini sauce and a grilled radicchio, asparagus, and grapefruit salad. New libations include the grapefruit basil martini, a mix of Absolut Ruby Red vodka, St. Germain, grapefruit juice, fresh basil, Fee Brother’s Grapefruit Bitters, lime, and simple syrup. The new menu will be available now until June 15. For more information, visit the Thirsty Lion's website

Celebrate National Egg Month at U.S. Egg
All week 

May is National Egg Month, and you can celebrate at U.S. Egg. Dig into dishes like the Western Scramble made with ham, onions, green peppers, tomatoes, and jack and cheddar cheeses. You also can enjoy frittatas, steak and eggs, and an Angus burger served with two eggs if you're looking for other ways to enjoy the highly versatile food. For more information, visit U.S. Egg's official website

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