Five Things to Eat and Drink This Weekend in Metro Phoenix
Courtesy of Posh Steak and eggs
Looking for something to put in your mouth this weekend? We've got you covered. Check out what's on our plate.
Kaiseki Dinner at Posh
It's no secret to Phoenix's food lovers that Posh chef Josh Hebert loves to create Japanese food. He's done a pop-up restaurant and a late night menu (which he brought back earlier this week), but the one to top them all might be the Kaiseki Dinner he's got planned for tonight (Friday, June 14). The traditional, multi-course Japanese dinner evolved from the Japanese tea ceremony and usually includes an appetizer, sashimi, a simmered dish, a grilled dish, and a steamed course -- in addition to whatever the chef wants to throw in. The Kaiseki dinner will cost $125 a person and includes paired beverages, tax and gratuity. Reservations are available from 5 to 9 p.m. Call (480) 663-7674 or visit www.poshscottsdale.com.
7th Annual Bloomin' Beerfest
As Joyce wrote, "Love loves to love love," and on Bloomsday, we love to love beer. No, Bloomsday isn't a celebration of Irish independence or lepurchans, it's about celebrating the life of Irish author James Joyce and his novel Ulysses. The day takes its name from the work's main character Leopold Bloom, who on June 15th travels around Dublin and among other things, drinks. In honor of his adventure the Arizona Irish Cultural Center will host their 7th Annual Bloomin' Beerfest with specialty beers, live music and Ulysses readings throughout the night. Tickets cost $27 in advance online or $37 at the gate and includes activities plus 16 tickets, which can be used for beer and/or food. Admission for children under 12 costs $1, though the event is geared toward adults. The celebrations run from 7 to 10 p.m. on Saturday.
7167 E. Rancho Vista Drive, Scottsdale, AZ