Spring Arizona Restaurant Week to take place in May
PHOENIX — The annual Spring Arizona Restaurant Week is set to take place in May, offering 10 days of culinary deals throughout the state.
The event, put on by the Arizona Restaurant Association, will run from May 20-29 and feature specific three-course prix fixe menus at a variety of restaurants.
Courses at the restaurants will cost between $35 to $55 per person, or per couple in some instances, and include dishes not usually found on the menus.
“As our industry continues to navigate labor shortages, cost increases and limited supplies, we still aim to present our state’s dining community with the most delicious way to explore our culinary scene,” Arizona Restaurant Association president and CEO Steve Chucri said in a press release.
“With dine-in and take-out options and a variety of dining choices including high-end and independently owned best-kept secrets, we encourage diners to use Arizona Restaurant Week as an opportunity to support the industry while enjoying an incredible meal.”
A list of participating restaurants and their menus will be posted online beginning on May 1, with returners already signed up including Buck & Rider, MATCH Market & Bar, Chelsea’s Kitchen, Blue Agave Mexican Cantina and multiple Thirsty Lion Gastropub locations.
Restaurants that want to participate can sign up online.
At least 150 metro Phoenix venues were part of the fall edition of Arizona Restaurant Week in September 2021.