5 Things to Eat and Drink This Weekend in Metro Phoenix
Ansel Adams Farm Workers and Mt. Williamson
Looking for something to put in your mouth this weekend? Be sure to start the night off with a big dose of sugar, in the form of the fourth annual Caramelpalooza, tonight (Friday) at 7 at Biltmore Fashion Park. And after that, we've still got you covered. Check out what's on our plate.
When you think of a gallery show held in a bar, you might expect to find some good ol' college tries or undeveloped talent. But that's far from the case at Tempe's World of Beer, located in the 100-year-old Tempe National Bank building on Mill Avenue. The craft beer house is currently home to a private Ansel Adams collection, on display through 8 p.m. Sunday, April 7. Access to the selected original works, which are hung in the bank vault, is $8 and includes a Sierra Nevada Pale Ale draft. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Tempe Festival of the Arts.
Jenn Allen, The State Press Sister Jinger Bread Mann & Sister Bearie at Phoenix Pride 2012
23rd Annual Phoenix Pride Festival
The Phoenix Pride Festival will be held all weekend at Steele Indian School Park. Events include one hell of a parade, the Miss & Mister Phoenix pageant, live local bands, a dance pavilion, the Pride Arts Expo, the Erotic World adult venue, and a KidsSpace with crafts and games for ages 4 to 10. And to keep partygoers fueled all day and night, there will be beer, wine, cocktails, and two international food courts, one near the Bistro Stage and one near the Karamba Nightclub Pavilion. Single-day admission is $15, and a weekend pass is $25.
526 S. Mill Ave., Tempe, AZ