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Page Springs Cellars Wine Sale, National Mimosa Day, and More This Week in Metro Phoenix

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Page Springs Cellars Rare Bottle Sale at Kazimierz World Wine Bar 
Today

Scottsdale's Kazimierz World Wine Bar will be selling hard-to-find Page Springs Cellars wines from 6 p.m. to midnight tonight. During the sale, customers can enjoy more than 30 unique bottles, including varietals like marselan (a red French wine grape ) and a grenache aged in Arizona oak. The rare wines, not usually available outside of the Cornville-based winery's tasting room, will be available at a discount of half off or more to either down at the Kazbar or take home for later.  For more information, visit the Kazimierz World Wine Bar website

National Mimosa Day at Ncounter
Today 

Who says you can only drink orange juice and Champagne on the weekends? Not us. Because today is National Mimosa Day, and Tempe's Ncounter is celebrating by offering $3 mimosas (normally priced at $5) all day. Now if that's not a good reason to day drink, then we don't know what is. For more information, visit Ncounter's website

Fractured Prune Doughnuts Opens in Gilbert
Tuesday, May 17

Ocean City, Maryland-based chain Fractured Prune Doughnuts is opening its newest Valley location this Tuesday in Gilbert. The seventh Arizona location will be housed in San Tan Village. In case you're not familiar with the concept, Fractured Prune gives guests the ability to customize their own doughnuts and choose from 19 different glazes and 14 different toppings. For more information, visit the Fractured Prune' website
'60s Cocktail Party at Fez
Thursday, May 19

Get down like they did in the Mad Men era this Thursday at Fez's Glitz & Glam: A '60s Cocktail Party. At the party, guests can enjoy an unlimited Champagne fountain, unlimited fondue and hors d'oeuvres, a live band, and martini and classic drink specials. You'll also be able to watch '60s mod dancers and earn prizes for being the best-dressed attendee. Tickets cost $25 per person, and the party goes from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit the event's official Eventbrite page

Win Free Cookies for a Year at Corner Bakery
All week 

This past Sunday was National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day, and Corner Bakery is celebrating by giving one customer the chance to win free cookies for a year. From today until Friday, May 20, customers who correctly guess the number of mini-chocolate chip cookies in a jar at Corner Bakery Cafe have a chance to win. A winner will be selection selected from names of those with the correct answers at each of the three Corner Bakery locations in North Scottsdale, Tempe, and Phoenix-Biltmore. The winner will get a dozen cookies a month for a year. For more information, visit Corner Bakery's website

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