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Noca Celebrates Third Anniversary With Special Offer on Sunday and a Favorite Dishes Menu

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In addition to hiring new executive chef Matt Taylor, Noca, the force of modern American cuisine in Central Phoenix, now has another reason to celebrate: their third anniversary.

This Sunday, July 31st, the Noca team will be serving the menu from their first-ever fried chicken night at a special price of $20 instead of $35 for Sunday's Fried Chicken Simple Supper. The three-course festive feast includes a peppercorn crusted tri-tip salad, choice of fried chicken, market fish of the day, or a tasting of farm vegetables, and (what else?) milk and cookies for dessert.

The anniversary celebration continues from Tuesday, August 2, through Saturday, August 6, with a special menu of the team's favorite dishes, including popular picks from guests.

Get a sneak preview of Noca's anniversary menu for next week after the jump.

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