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Pig's Head Dinner to Return to Bink's Midtown This Weekend — Here's the Menu

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Make your reservations now, pork lovers, because the all-you-can-eat Pig's Head Dinner at Bink's Midtown is on Sunday, July 26. 

Last year, the event sold out, so if you want a seat you'd better act fast. 

For those who don't remember, here's the deal: James Beard Award-nominated chef Kevin Binkley will host a Pig's Head feast that includes a slow-cooked pig’s head along with 16 side dishes for $28 a person. And that's for all the pig's head and sides that you can eat. (You can check out the complete menu below.)  

The event will go from noon to 4 p.m. at Bink's Midtown in Phoenix and reservations are required. Call 602-388-4874 to reserve your spot. 

Oh, and if you can't make it on Sunday, don't despair. The restaurant also hosts a weekly whole pig roast called Pig on the Patio

For more information, visit the Bink's Midtown website and Facebook

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