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The Larder + the Delta Is Doing a Small Juneteenth Dinner

the Larder + the Delta near downtown Phoenix is owned and operated by chef Stephen Jones.EXPAND
the Larder + the Delta near downtown Phoenix is owned and operated by chef Stephen Jones.
Lauren Cusimano

The larder + the delta recently resumed dine-in service at its Portland Park digs in downtown Phoenix, but it will be temporarily suspending normal service this Friday, June 19.

That night, to celebrate Juneteenth, the restaurant will offer a special menu, limited seating, and the company of hosts Keenan Bosworth (formerly of Pig & Pickle), Jacob Cutino of Cutino Sauce Co., Chip Mulala of Huss Brewing Co., and chef-owner Stephen Jones.

Dinner will be served from a menu that includes slow-roasted pork leg and okra seed barbecue sauce, smoked turkey wings, braised greens, watermelon salad, peach cobbler, strawberry soda, and more. Also: beers from Huss Brewing Co.

All social distancing guidelines will be adhered to.

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“Please understand as much as we want this to be a party and a huge celebration, we cannot do that nor will we be,” the hosts announced via social media.

Dinner will be family-style but with limited capacity. Seatings will be at 4, 6, and 8 p.m., with 20 people allotted per seating. Cost is $50 per person. Reservation are required via Tock.

And for a keepsake, those signature bottles of the habanero sauce from Cutino Sauce Co. will be $5 a pop.

See the larder + the delta website for more details.

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