Five Things To Eat and Drink This Week in Metro Phoenix
Just because the weekend is over doesn't mean you have to starve. Here's what we've got on the books this week.
Courtesy of Cork
More events this week:
- Humble Pie in Peoria Offers Summer Pizza "Camp" for Kids
- Praying Monk Starts "Summer School" for Beer, Offering Four Classes Taught by Beverage Expert and New GM Dave Johnson
Pilfer the Pantry
Before the crew at Cork in Chandler take leave for their annual summer hiatus, they're cleaning out the kitchen and fridge in a pretty unique way. From now though Saturday, June 29, they're offering a special Pilfer the Pantry menu: a five-course tasting menu for $50 a person. The special menu will be totally spontaneous since they're using whatever they have on hand, but they'll also have the regular menu available through Thursday, June 27. Only the tasting menu will be available on the 28th and 29th. For reservations, call 480-883-3773.
Crafty Beer Dinner
On Wednesday, June 26 Gertrude's at the Desert Botanical Garden invites diners to a night of craft beer and food from one of Arizona's award-winning breweries and chef Stephen Eldridge. The four course dinner features locally grown produce and ingredients, including One Windmill Farms squash, Maya's arugula, and Crow's Dairy Chevre. Paired with each course will be a beer from Oak Creek Brewery, many of which have won awards from the North American Brewers Association. Desert will be a housemade macadamia nut ice cream. Dinner will cost $50 a person and begins at 6:30 p.m. For reservations or more information, call 480-719-8600 or visit the Gertrude's website.
2050 N. Alma School Road, Chandler, AZ