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Urban Grocery & Wine Bar Turns Two With New Look, Food Truck Specials, and Tracy Dempsey Cupcakes

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My how the time flies.

Two years ago, Urban Grocery & Wine Bar, the brick-and-mortar home for local farm products, fresh sandwiches and snacks, and Arizona wine, opened its doors to the downtown crowd -- and now, its time to celebrate.

From 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., Wednesday, November 2, Urban Grocery & Wine Bar is celebrating its two year anniversary by treating its well-wishers to cupcakes from Tracy Dempsey Originals, $3 food truck specials, a "Wines & Weiners" pairing courtesy of Sand Reckoner Vineyards and Short Leash Hot Dogs, live music, and the unveiling of a new mural on the structure's west side.

The event also coincides with the Wednesday Open Air Market, giving guests another reason to stop by and mark the occasion.

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