What’s cooking? Spring Arizona Restaurant Week starts 10-day run Friday

May 18, 2022, 12:26 PM
(Match Market & Bar Photo/Timothy Fox Photography)...
(Match Market & Bar Photo/Timothy Fox Photography)
(Match Market & Bar Photo/Timothy Fox Photography)

PHOENIX – More than 100 restaurants have signed on to show off their menus during Arizona Restaurant Week, which kicks off Friday.

Sponsor the Arizona Restaurant Association said several new eateries have joined this year’s statewide spring lineup, pushing the total number of participants to 126 as of Wednesday.

The 10-day dining feast features a range of places where three-course prix fixe offerings can be had for $33, $44 or $55 per person.

Wine pairings can be added at extra cost and some restaurants have a takeout option.

“It’s very important to us to be able to offer the culinary community a wide range of dining options during Arizona Restaurant Week,” Steve Chucri, president and CEO of the Arizona Restaurant Association, said in a press release.

“We want to highlight our entire industry and encourage diners to explore all the delicious choices this season’s Restaurant Week has to offer.”

Metro Phoenix newcomers include Cielo at Adero Scottsdale, Dolce Vita Gelato and Grocery, Dust Cutter, La Locanda Italian Bistro, Lookout Tavern, Neighborly Public House and The Genuine.

Returning restaurants include Ajo Al’s Mexican Cafe, Barrio Queen, Chelsea’s Kitchen, Liberty Market, Match Market & Bar, Phoenix City Grille and Urban Margarita.

Restaurants that want to join can sign up online.

At least 150 Valley venues took part in the fall edition of Arizona Restaurant Week in September 2021.

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What’s cooking? Spring Arizona Restaurant Week starts 10-day run Friday