Teacher Appreciation Week (May 3 to 7) is a simple concept — we take a week to reflect on the impact educators have on this work-a-day world (though it should definitely be a 52-week thing). And Valley restaurants are offering dining deals and drinks special to these special professionals. Here’s a quick roundup.
Chin Up Donuts7325 East Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard, #103, Scottsdale
Chin Up Donuts at The Promenade is offering 20 percent off brioche doughnuts and coffee for all teachers with valid school ID. There are also letter-shaped doughnuts spelling “thank you” in case you want to surprise your favorite educator.
Grimaldi’s PizzeriaMultiple Locations
From now through Friday, May 7, Grimaldi’s Pizzeria’s seven locations are offering teachers 15 percent off the bill. All they have to do is show their school ID.
Ginger Monkey Gastropub135 West Ocotillo Road, Chandler
Ginger Monkey Gastropub is offering educators a free bacon mozzarella flatbread (usually $12.99) for two from Monday, May 3, through Thursday, May 6. It’s available for dine-in only, but there’s no purchase is necessary. Just flash your school ID.
Angry Crab ShackMultiple Locations
From now through Friday, May 7, Angry Crab Shack’s 12 locations are offering teachers 10 percent off the bill. All they have to do is show their school ID.
Macayo’s Mexican FoodMultiple Locations
From Monday, May 3, to Friday, May 7, all seven locations of Macayo’s Mexican Food are offering 20 percent off orders for both dine-in and takeout. We’re talking a good chunk taken off entrees like the Harvest Chopped Salad, Chimi de Macayo, hand-dipped Relleno, and more.
GenuWine Arizona888 North First Avenue, #101
GenuWine Arizona has several attributes we’d like to highlight right off. It’s a female-owned, self-serve wine and beer bar, bottle shop, and cafe offering build-your-own cheese boards and small plates. And Genuwine has a 10 percent teacher discount at all times (because the owners used to be teachers together).
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