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Urban Wine Walk This Saturday: Like a Stroll Through the City, Except on the Light Rail, and With Alcohol

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With the punishing heat of summer finally looking as if it's going to change its Facebook status to "Over," those of us who have been patiently getting plastered indoors with a glass or two of vino can finally take our imbibing outside (and put some clothes on) at the fourth annual Urban Wine Walk.

Taking place from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., on Saturday, September 24, the Urban Wine Walk invites participants to ride the light rail to major stops in Downtown Phoenix, Tempe and Uptown Phoenix, then hoof it to participating restaurants offering a minimum of three wine samples plus goodies from the kitchen -- all at crap-ass-economy prices ($2-$4)!

Check out the list of seventeen participants (they include District American Kitchen and Wine Bar, The Rose and Crown, Nobuo at Teeter House, and Hula's Modern Tiki), a handy map, and find out why you should show up early to the Phoenix Public Market after the jump.

Looking for a hand out? Wine walkers that get to the Phoenix Public Market Urban Grocery & Wine Bar early will recieve a free gift bag filled with Downtown Phoenix goodies and coupons.

Participating bars and restaurants, a map of the walk, and wine and snack details, are below. Can't read 'em? Me neither. They can also be viewed here.

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