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Pomelo Opening, Teacher Appreciation Week, and More This Week in Metro Phoenix

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Pomelo Opening 
Thursday, May 5 

This week Central Phoenix gets a new dining option in Pomelo, the first of three concepts to open at The Orchard PHX. The full-service restaurant, located at 7100 North 12th Street, will serve contemporary American food and comes equipped with an imported Italian pizza oven. The eatery is housed inside the original homestead owned by the Wasser family in the 1920s, and includes a large courtyard and multiple patio. Pomelo opens to the public on Thursday, May 5. For more information visit the Pomelo website or The Orchard Facebook

Free Pizza for Teachers at Organ Stop Pizza 
All week 

This week is Teacher Appreciation Week, and Mesa's Organ Stop Pizza is celebrating with a deal. Teachers with valid ID can get a gift card for a free pizza from Mesa's Organ Stop Pizza. The gift card will be valid for any size pizza, with no limit on toppings up to $20. This is a dine-in only offer. Coupons expire on August 31, 2016. For more information, visit the Organ Stop Pizza website

Happy Hour at The Cabin 
All week 

From 3 to 7 p.m. daily, Peoria's The Cabin Whiskey & Grill is now offering happy-hour specials including half off appetizers, $2 domestic beers, and $3 house liquor and wine. Guests can dig into appetizers such as buffalo wings, bruschetta, pulled pork sliders, and carne asada street tacos. For more information, visit the Cabin Whiskey & Grill's website

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