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Win Tickets to the 2014 Best of Phoenix A'fare

Get ready, y'all! Our Best of Phoenix issue comes out next week and that means it's time to celebrate. This year our annual party will be held at Burton Barr Central Library on Saturday, October 4 — and you're invited.

Join us as we celebrate with more than 30 local restaurants, nine bars, and plenty of live entertainment.

See also: Best of Phoenix A'fare 2013 at Arizona Biltmore (SLIDESHOW)

Participating restaurants in this year's soiree include Giuseppe's on 28th, The Vig, T-bone Steakhouse, Baby Kay's Cajun Kitchen, Harley's Italian Bistro, Z'Tejas Southwestern Grill, Bosa Donuts, The Monastery, Rico's American Grill, Copper Star Coffee, The Rose and Crown Pub, 5 & Diner, Nabers, Frost Gelato, The Watershed, Boondocks Patio & Grill, Oatmeal Cafe, Fogon Mexican Eatery, Karl's Quality Bakery, Detroit Coney Grill, Tukee's Sports Grille, The Attic, Stacy's Smoke House BBQ, Focaccia Fiorentina, HEK Yeah BBQ, Wild Game Sports Grill, Metropolis, Sweet Tomatoes, Jam Rock Cafe, and Central Wine Bar with more to be announced.

Beer, cocktails, and wine will be served by bartenders from The Beverly, Copper Blues, Devil's Advocate, McFadden's, Mother Bunch Brewing, Rips Ales & Cocktails, Stacy's at Melrose, Tilted Kilt, and Wild Game.

Tickets to New Times' 15th annual Best of Phoenix A'fare start at $40 for general admission and can be purchased online. A handful of $60 VIP tickets are also still available — these will give you early access to all the food and drinks.

We also have a pair of tickets to giveaway. For your chance to win email [email protected] with your name and email by noon on Monday, September 22.

We'll pick a winner at random — good luck and we hope to see you there!

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Lauren Saria
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