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    Valley Coffee Co. Taps into Phoenix Java and Craft Brew Scene – Opening Late July

    Date: July 31, 2021 - August 31, 2021

    Something exciting is brewing at the intersection of Central Avenue and Portland Street! This summer Valley Coffee Co. is set to open at 100 West Portland Street, offering residents and visitors of the area an all-new quick-casual, pet-friendly neighborhood restaurant featuring local java and craft brews in a welcoming come-and-stay-awhile atmosphere adorned with local art work. Valley Coffee Co. plans to open mid to late July.   “Valley Coffee Co. has a little something for everyone whether stopping in on the way to work or relaxing with friends and family after a long day,” says Owner Donny Peper, an NAU graduate who grew up in the Valley and resides in the neighborhood. “We’re proud to work with local vendors to feature the best of Arizona food and drink, and we can’t wait to welcome our neighbors and new friends.”   Primely situated and featuring beautiful scenic views, Valley Coffee Co. boasts a variety of beer, cold brew and wine on tap, bar and dining room seating, an inviting pet-friendly patio (where four-legged family members can enjoy a specially made java just for them); a variety of light bites and quick snacks including baked goods, croissants, pastries, meat pies with eggs and bacon and BBQ chicken from Squarz Bakery in Scottsdale; coffee from Flagstaff’s Firecreek Coffee Roasters; and local craft beers, wines and hard kombucha selections. “On the shelf” items include unique finds like mushroom jerky and specialty coffee blends as well as other gourmet treats and merchandise.   In addition to showcasing items from local purveyors, Valley Coffee Co. supports the local arts by featuring ArtLink Phoenix-curated masterpieces that highlight significant people, places and things in Phoenix. Art aficionados can scan accompanying QR codes to learn about each piece and its artist.   Jace Musfelt will serve as manager of Valley Coffee Co., overseeing day-to-day operations and ensuring customer satisfaction. Gearing up for its grand opening later this summer, Valley Coffee Co. is actively hiring baristas. Interested candidates can email dt@valley-coffee.com for more details.   Upon opening, Valley Coffee Co. hours are Monday through Friday from 6:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. For more information, visit www.valley-coffee.com.

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    Macayo’s Mexican Food Announces Patron Margarita Special - August 1, 2021

    Date: August 1, 2021

    In anticipation of Macayo’s official 75th anniversary, the brand’s restaurants valleywide are celebrating with the launch of the Patron Margarita Special!   From Sunday, August 1 through Sunday, September 26 (Macayo’s actual anniversary date), guests are invited to enjoy a celebratory 75th Anniversary Margarita featuring Patron Silver, Cointreau and Macayo’s homemade sweet and sour for just $7.50 each.   For more information, visit www.macayo.com.   Date: Sunday, August 1-Sunday, September 26 Time: During restaurant hours Location: Macayo’s Mexican Food restaurants valleywide (addresses below)   Ahwatukee 12637 S. 48th St., Phoenix 85044 480-598-5101 ASU Tempe 650 N. Scottsdale Rd., Tempe 85281 480-967-2552 Bell Road, Glendale 6012 W. Bell Rd., Glendale 85308 602-298-8080 Goodyear 1474 N. Litchfield Rd., Goodyear 85395 623-209-7000 Mesa, Dobson Road 1920 S. Dobson Rd., Mesa 85202 480-820-0237 Scottsdale 8608 E. Shea Blvd., Scottsdale 85260 480-590-0658 Superstition Springs 6538 E. Superstition Springs Blvd., Mesa 85206 480-807-1846 Surprise 15565 W. Bell Rd., Surprise 85374 623-214-5950 Coming Soon – Phoenix Mesa Gateway Airport 6033 S. Sossaman Rd., Mesa 85212 www.macayo.com

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    “Spirit of Aloha” Celebration Returns to Original Breakfast House with Specials and Entertainment - August 1, 2021

    Date: August 1, 2021

    Original Breakfast House is all about the aloha spirit — evoking love, affection, peace, compassion and mercy into everything they do every day of the year. In addition to this, every summer, the beloved neighborhood restaurant dedicates the month of August to “Aloha” — with delicious specials and entertainment.   On Saturday, August 7 from 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. diners can enjoy beautiful live Hawaiian music and authentic dancers as they enjoy their Aloha-inspired specials include the following:   Short Rib Loco Moco — White rice topped with boneless braised short ribs, two eggs and mushroom gravy, $15.50   Kalua Pork Benedict — Featuring fork-shredded pork that was wrapped in banana leaves and slow roasted to perfection, served on an English muffin with poached eggs and topped to Sriracha hollandaise, $15.50   Kona Coffee Shrimp and Coconut Grits topped with a poached egg and served with a house-made biscuit, $16.00   Banana, White Chocolate Chip and Macadamia Nut Pancakes with coconut syrup, $12.50   Hawaiian Plate Lunch — Choice of Kalua Pork ($13.50), Boneless Short Rib ($13.50) or Teriyaki Chicken ($12.50) served with a big scoop of rice and Original Breakfast House’s own macaroni salad   Specials are available for dine in and take out throughout the month of August. For more, visit www.originalbreakfasthouse.com.   Date: Daily throughout August and as noted above Time: 7:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. Location: Original Breakfast House (address below)   Original Breakfast House 13623 N. 32nd St., Phoenix, 85032 (602) 482-2328 www.originalbreakfasthouse.com  

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    nomada Provisions Announces New Daily Specials - August 1, 2021

    Date: August 1, 2021

    Need a reason to sip in the season this summer? Nomada Provisions in Phoenix has new summer specials designed to help customers “wine down” and sip in some delicious and refreshing wines, bubbles and more nearly every day of the week! Daily specials include:   Spritz Bundle Wednesday —Enjoy a bottle of Prosecco and an Italian aperitif for just $40 every Wednesday “Weird and Wacky” Thursday — Thirsty for something new? Try bottles of select “out of the box” wines for just $15 on Thursdays CAN Friday — Every Friday, all canned selections are half off Porch Pounder Saturday — This bougie light-hearted wine is just $15 on Saturdays Bubbles Sunday — Every Sunday, all selections of bubbles are half off nomada is open Wednesday through Saturday 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and Sunday from7:00 a.m. to noon. For more, visit www.nomadaphx.com.   Date: Now available Time: Wednesday-Saturday 9:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.; Sunday 7:00 a.m.-noon Location: nomada Provisions (address below)   nomada Provisions 3410 N. 24th St., Phoenix, 85016 www.nomadaphx.com

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    FOUND:RE Contemporary Announces New Exhibitions - August 1, 2021

    Date: August 1, 2021

    FOUND:RE Contemporary and FOUND:RE Phoenix Hotel are excited to announce the opening of their new exhibition, “XSCAPE: Landscapes, Cityscapes and Mindscapes,” with support provided by Artlink Inc. This exhibition cycle presents the work of 64 Arizona artists and showcases their exploration of a variety of landscape motifs, both realistic and imagined. The exhibition debuts on Saturday, July 17 with an opening reception from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. The exhibition is open to the public and remains on display through Sunday, November 14.   “We’re so excited to debut our latest exhibition, which features such a wide range of incredible talent,” says FOUND:RE Contemporary Curator Audrey Galat. “We love playing an active role in the Phoenix arts community and giving new and veteran artists alike a platform for their masterpieces.”   Presented as part of FOUND:RE Contemporary’s regular schedule of rotating exhibitions organized by Galat, the exhibition encompasses the entire ground floor of the FOUND:RE Phoenix Hotel, allowing for social distancing while giving art lovers the opportunity to view it at their leisure, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. For those that prefer a more in-depth viewing experience, Galat is available for private tours, which can be arranged via www.eventbrite.com/e/foundre-art-tour-tickets-151706936531. More than 60 artists and their works are included in the exhibition. A complete list of artists and their works, the majority of which are for sale, can be previewed and purchased via www.foundrecontemporary.com.   Each artist featured in the exhibition has an opportunity to win a staycation at the FOUND:RE Phoenix Hotel. The winning artist will be announced on the FOUND:RE Contemporary social media pages and website July 17 to coincide with the opening day of the exhibition.   Debuting during the opening reception on July 17, “Fire/Earth: A Metal and Fiber Landscape Show,” featuring Aryana Londir and Joan Waters, is the first of two landscape exhibitions spotlighting how natural elements are used in art. “Fire/Earth” brings together two elemental forces and celebrates how these forces of nature can be used to create unconventional landscape art. Through the use of cotton (earth), fiber artist Aryana Londir creates depictions of dynamic cityscapes through the soft material of fabric. Using another element (fire), Joan Waters creates intricate scenes of nature through the forging and welding of metalwork.   This exhibition, coinciding with the opening of “XSCAPE: Landscapes, Cityscapes and Mindscapes,” will be featured at the FOUND:RE Contemporary Gallery off Portland Street through Saturday, September 18. It can be viewed Monday through Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Appointments not necessary; guests can stop by the FOUND:RE Phoenix Hotel’s front desk for entry. Admission to the July 17 opening reception is free; tickets can be reserved via www.eventbrite.com/e/opening-xscape-landscapes-cityscapes-and-mindscapes-tickets-161556988301. For more, visit www.foundrecontemporary.com or www.foundrehotels.com.

  • Liberty Station American Tavern and Smokehouse Locations Launch New Summer Sippin’ Cocktail Menu - August 1, 2021

    Date: August 1, 2021

    It’s hot, hot outside, but Liberty Station American Tavern and Smokehouse’s new summer cocktail menu is cooler than ever. Stop in for a refreshing sip of the season with new creative concoctions including:   You’re So Pretty — A Cosmo-inspired cocktail with classic summertime flavors including Watermelon and Basil Grey Goose Vodka, Liquor 43, hibiscus syrup, fresh lemon and orange bitters, $12   Dressed to Empress — An “empressive” gin and tonic with a dressed-up punch featuring Empress Gin, Pink Grapefruit Fever-Tree, fresh lime and pineapple, $12   Fancy Pants — Liberty Station’s take on a wine spritzer with a savory twist including house-made strawberry-infused Aperol, prosecco, raspberry balsamic reduction, fresh lemon and rhubarb bitters, $13   Secret Garden — Sip in the experience of walking through a fresh garden with this cocktail made with house-made cucumber vodka, sweet pea syrup, fresh lemon and celery bitters topped with Pimm’s, $10   Closing Arguments — Inspired by the classic Last Word cocktail, but with Amaro, this drink includes Empress Gin, Luxardo maraschino, Amargo Vallet and fresh lemon, $13   Fold & Fly — Liberty Station’s version of the Paper Plane cocktail that will “get you flying high,” this drink is made with Rittenhouse Rye, Amaro Nonino, Aperol, Orgeat, fresh lemon and grapefruit, $12   El Guapo — Liberty Station’s summer cocktail menu would not be complete with a Mezcal drink! This one features El Silencio Mezcal, Aperol, Orgeat, fresh mint and lime, $13   Nada Colada — Not the average pina colada, this concoction is made with British Navy Pusser’s Rum, coconut, ROC2 Cold Brew, fresh pineapple and toasted almond bitters, $13   Blazing Saddle — A sweet and smoky sip with a hint of heat, this drink boasts Appleton’s Rum, Ancho Reyes, fresh lemon and pineapple and smoke bitters, $11   Sour Grapes — Nothing sour to speak of here, this cocktail includes 1792 Bourbon, passion fruit puree, fresh lemon and frozen grapes, $11   Hard Act to Follow — When a Manhattan meets a Boulevardier, this is the result — featuring High West Double Rye, Amaro Nonino, Jammy Sweet Vermouth and cherry bitters, $14   Texas Tiki Two Step — Liberty Station’s tiki cocktail made with famous Texas bourbon — Garrison Brothers — along with Hamilton Dram, Orgeat, fresh lemon and pineapple and tiki bitters, $16   The Pig Old Fashioned — Liberty Station’s definitive Old Fashioned made with guests’ choice of WhistlePig whiskey 10-, 12- or 15-year, barrel-aged maple syrup, Angostura Bitters and a twist, $16, $22 or $29 (based on whiskey selection)   With so many choices, there’s no reason not to raise a glass to summertime and drink in some seasonal refreshment. For more information, visit www.libertystationtavern.com.   Date: Now available Time: During restaurant hours Locations: Liberty Station American Tavern and Smokehouse — DC Ranch and Terravita (addresses below)   Liberty Station – DC Ranch 20825 N. Pima Rd., Scottsdale 480-278-7044   Liberty Station – Terravita 34522 N. Scottsdale Rd., #180, Scottsdale 480-595-9930 www.libertystationtavern.com

  • FOUND:RE Phoenix Hotel Announces RE:FRESH Summer Staycation Package - August 1, 2021

    Date: August 1, 2021

    It’s time to splash into summer in the Valley of the Sun… and one of the best ways to do so is with a “refreshing” vacation or staycation. With that in mind, FOUND:RE Phoenix Hotel has designed a summer stay package inviting locals and visitors alike to “dive into” cool seasonal specials.   The RE:FRESH Summer Room Package includes the following with rates starting at just $179, plus tax:   -A re:markable room at the FOUND:RE Phoenix Hotel -$25 food and beverage credit per stay -Poolside swag per stay (including essentials like sunglasses, sunblock and a floatie)   The RE:FRESH Summer Room Package is now available for booking with stays through Thursday, September 2. For more information or to reserve this deal, visit www.foundrehotels.com. Date: Through Thursday, September 2 Time: Upon check-in Location: FOUND:RE Phoenix Hotel (address below)   FOUND:RE Phoenix Hotel 1100 N. Central Ave., Phoenix 85004 602-875-8000 www.foundrehotels.com

  • Thai Chili 2 Go Launches Two New Menu Items, Focuses on Vegetarian, Vegan Offerings - August 1, 2021

    Date: August 1, 2021

    Thai Chili 2 Go has continued to experience great demand during the pandemic as its easy to-go format and multiple delivery service options make enjoying authentic, fresh and healthy Thai food fast and convenient for diners on the go and those dining at home.   And to meet further expand diners’ options, Thai Chili 2 Go is excited to launch two new menu items this season: Pineapple Fried Rice — Thai Chili 2 Go’s popular fried rice featuring fresh chunks of tangy pineapple Vegetarian Spring Rolls — light and crispy rolls loaded with cabbage, green beans, carrots, mushrooms, onions and vermicelli served with sweet and sour sauce for dipping.   Thai Chili 2 Go’s menu also includes a variety of vegetarian and vegan dishes including Vegetable Fried Rice, Vegan Fried Rice, Vegan Spicy Basil and Vegan Pad Siew as well as gluten free dishes for diners with specific dietary preferences.   Thai Chili 2 Go is available for takeout and delivery at locations around the valley. For more information, visit www.tc2go.com.   Date: Now available Time: During restaurant hours Location: Thai Chili 2 Go (addresses below)   Valley Locations: Ahwatukee 5029 E. Chandler Blvd., #306, Phoenix 85048 Biltmore 1949 E. Camelback Rd., #161, Phoenix 85016 Gilbert City Gate 1495 N. Higley Rd., #108, Gilbert 85234 Gilbert San Tan Pavilions 1887 E. Williams Field Rd., #101, Gilbert 85295 North Phoenix 2750 W. Dove Valley Rd., #180, Phoenix 85085 North Scottsdale 16203 N. Scottsdale Rd., #105, Bldg. 8, Scottsdale 85254 Queen Creek Marketplace 21202 S. Ellsworth Loop, #109, Queen Creek 85142 South Chandler 2895 S. Alma School Rd., #4, Chandler 85286 Southeast Mesa 4984 S. Power Rd. #101, Mesa 85212 Tempe 2010 E. Elliot Rd., Suite 104, Tempe 85284 www.tc2go.com

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    Nonna Urban Eatery Announces New Summer Prix Fixe Menu - August 1, 2021

    Date: August 1, 2021

    Time: 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm

    Nonna Urban Eatery, one of Old Town Scottsdale’s most delicious hidden gems, is thrilled to unveil its new summer three-course menu. Diners can choose one from each category below to customize their meal: To Start —  Vietnamese Nems with mushrooms, vegetables, vermicelli and soy meat Imam Bayildi featuring roasted eggplant, tomato, shallots, olive oil and mint Hiramasa Sashimi with strawberries, huitlacoche and yuzu tobiko Pastor Pork Chops with grilled pineapple and mezcal Garbanzo Tabbouleh Salad with quinoa, cucumbers and pepitas Scallops with red potato cream, sopressata and guava Mains —  Campanelle with salmon, creamy lemon sauce, leeks and asparagus Tagliatelle Bolognese with beef, pork and oxtail Ravioli Quattro Formaggi with sage and walnuts Bouillabaisse — rockfish, red snapper and cod stew served with rouille and toast Grilled Flank Steak with chimichurri, pickled mustard seeds and yucca Poulet a l’Estragon — creamy chicken stew featuring tarragon and carrots Sweet Endings —  Gajar Halwa with carrots, ghee, cardamom and nut brittle Mayan Chocolate Pots de Crème with spicy palomitas Mamey Pana Cotta served with passionfruit coulis Cost is $48 per person plus tax and gratuity. The three-course menu is available for dining room seating; a modified version is available for bar and patio diners. Reservations can be made via www.exploretock.com/nonnaurbaneatery.   For more, visit www.nonnascottsdale.com.   Date: Now available Time: 5:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m. Location: Nonna Urban Eatery (address below) Nonna Urban Eatery 7240 E. Main St., Scottsdale, AZ 85251 480-663-3296 www.nonnascottsdale.com

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    Trapp Haus BBQ Announces Trapp Dawgs Available Beginning August 2 - August 2, 2021

    Date: August 2, 2021

    Is there anything better to bite into during the dog days of summer than a delicious hot dog at the Trapp? In honor of all things hot, hot, hot (and the return of football season — Go Cards!), Trapp Haus BBQ is adding drool-worthy Trapp Dawgs to the menu for a limited time beginning Monday, August 2.   Each of the following Trapp Dawgs is made with an all-beef brisket hot “dawg”:   The Lou — topped with potato salad and crispy fried onions The Jersey — topped with crispy potato and cheddar cheese sauce The Village — topped with BBQ baked beans and jalapeño honey slaw   Trapp Dawg selections are $7.99 each. Trapp Haus BBQ is open seven days a week; hours are Sunday through Thursday 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. and Friday and Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.   For more information, visit www.trapphausbbq.com.   Date: Beginning Monday, August 2 Time: During restaurant hours Location: Trapp Haus BBQ (address below)   Trapp Haus BBQ 511 E. Roosevelt St., Phoenix 85004 602-466-5462 www.trapphausbbq.com