Sep 13, 2022 - Food and Drink

Phoenix residents can enjoy two restaurant weeks in September

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Phoenix residents are getting a double dose of restaurant deals this month.

State of play: Both events feature special pricing and multi-course menus at some of the best dining spots in the metro area.

  • It's a great way to try places you've never been to or have considered too pricey.
Phoenix Vegan Restaurant Week (Sept. 11-18)

I'm not vegan, but I've learned to appreciate good plant-based food, so I was thrilled to see some of my favorite spots participating.

  • Nana's Kitchen: Try the "twisted corn" appetizer and BBQ rib platter, capped off with the peach cobbler for $20 at lunch or $33 at dinner.
  • Simon's Hot Dogs: Score an empanada, vegan hot dog and a side for $20. The special also includes an alfajor — a South American sandwich cookie.
  • Tacos Veganos: For just $15 you can get barbacoa-style jackfruit and mushrooms with refried beans and Mexican cold pasta.
Arizona Restaurant Week (Sept. 16-25)

Here are a few places I have yet to try that I'm eyeing for restaurant week.

  • Buck & Rider: This fancy seafood restaurant is offering a three-course meal with an option of ribeye, crab cakes or fresh fish for $55.
  • Ghost Street Asian Taqueria: For $44, you and a date can split two appetizers, order individual Asian-inspired street taco plates and share banana churro bites.
  • The Sicilian Butcher: Get a four-course Italian feast for just $33 with entrée options like meatballs and shrimp Parmigiana.
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