Fall Arizona Restaurant Week Returns September 16-25

Az Restaurant Week 2016Arizona Restaurant Association’s Fall Arizona Restaurant Week (ARW) is back for its 9th season to recognize the Valley of the Sun’s epic cuisine for ten nights from September 16-25.

During Fall ARW, more than 200 participating restaurants will offer a three-course prix-fixe menu for just $33 or $44 per person, excluding beverages, tax and gratuity unless otherwise noted. The carefully crafted menus offer food lovers their ultimate dining experiences.

Arizona Restaurant Association president and CEO Steve Chucri said,

Arizona Restaurant Week unites Valley diners around one of our most common bonds, food. Restaurants bring their A-game and diners are the direct beneficiary, it’s truly a win-win.”

Craft 64, Christopher’s and Crush Lounge, Arrowhead Grill, Liberty Market, High Tide Seafood, Rusconi’s American Kitchen, The Dhaba, Vincent’s and Posh Restaurant make up just a small sampling of participating restaurants around the Valley—many more will be added. So far the list includes:

Ajo Al’s
Arrowhead Grill
Café Bink
Café Zu Zu
Chart House
Clever Koi
Craft 64
Different Point of View
District Kitchen & Wine Bar
Eddie V’s
El Chorro
Fuego Bistro
High Tide Seafood
Liberty Market
Little Cleo’s
Marcellino Ristorante
Nobou at Teeter House
Nook Kitchen
Ocotillo Golf Resort
Paul Martin’s
Phoenix City Grill
Posh Restaurant
Preston’s Steakhouse
Quill Creek Café
Rancho Pinot
Rusconi’s American Kitchen
Ruth’s Chris
Seasons 52
T. Cook’s
Capital Grille
The Dhaba
The Keg
The Melting Pot
Ticoz Latin Kitchen
Tommy Bahama
Tonto Bar & Grill
Top of the Rock
White Chocolate Grill
Wildfish Seafood

Those anticipating the arrival of Fall ARW can check out updates at ArizonaRestaurantWeek.com, where participating restaurants and their menus will be continually added.

About Arizona Restaurant Week: The most edible time of the year, Arizona Restaurant Week, is making its return Friday, September 16 to Sunday, September 25, sending diners on a ten-day tasting tour of the state. Participating restaurants are not only known for their exceptional cuisine, they also spare no expense to give diners an extraordinary culinary experience. One of Arizona Restaurant Week’s goals is to position Arizona as one of the top culinary destinations in the nation by increasing awareness of the more than 8,500 dining opportunities available as well as stimulate business and revenue for restaurants throughout the state. Arizona Restaurant Week is produced by the Arizona Restaurant Association.


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