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Your Meal Ticket to Cheap Margaritas and a Foodie Flick

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Mesa may not exactly be known as the culinary capital of the East Valley -- yet! -- but it's catching up now that Boa Bistro, an offshoot of the popular Caffe Boa in downtown Tempe, is open. In this week's Meal Ticket dining newsletter, Chef Payton Curry discusses menu updates and weekly dining specials at the new location. 

We'll also have info on a west side Mexican restaurant offering margaritas for less than a buck and a high-tension cooking flick that's headed to one local big screen. 

To sign up for Meal Ticket, visit www.phoenixnewtimes.com/readers/register, enter your information and select "dining newsletter." Register soon to be included in this week's mailing!

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