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Arizona Restaurant Week

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Event# 602-307-9134

Event Details

Arizona Restaurant Week is an exciting event developed to showcase the outstanding culinary scene in the Phoenix metro market. Guests of the event will be able to partake in Arizona�s finest fare at a special rate. Each restaurant will offer a three-course menu of signature dishes for $29 per person or $58 per couple, excluding beverages, tax and gratuity.

See the website for a list of participating restaurants. Each restaurant page will list the menus offered during Arizona Restaurant Week. Making reservations in advance is strongly suggested as spaces may fill up very quickly. To make a reservation, contact the restaurant directly or make your reservations online by clicking on the reservations link provided on each restaurant page.

Arizona Restaurant Week

Address : Several Locations Phoenix AZ
Phone : 602-307-9134   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : sherry@azrestaurant.org

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Admission Fee : $29 to $58

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