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Arizona Restaurant Association (ARA) has officially unveiled the dates for the Spring 2024 Arizona Restaurant Week, igniting excitement among food lovers. Scheduled from Friday, May 17 to Sunday, May 26, this 10-day culinary festival is your passport to taste the state’s diverse gastronomic offerings at unbeatable prices.

“We are thrilled that Arizona Restaurant Week continues to be a much anticipated and well-attended event. It is a true testament to the state’s support of our growing hospitality industry,” says Arizona Restaurant Association President and CEO Steve Chucri. “Each event is different, allowing us to introduce diners to new restaurants and hidden gems around the state, which are sure to impress with delicious menus designed to satisfy your every craving.”

Participants can relish in a variety of specially curated menus by Arizona’s top chefs during this event. Unlike their standard offerings, these exclusive Arizona Restaurant Week menus include three-course prix-fixe options available at select pricing tiers—$33, $44, or $55 per person, with some deals structured per couple. Additionally, foodies can enhance their dining experience with optional wine or cocktail pairings at several establishments.

A highlight of this season is the sponsorship by Tito’s Handmade Vodka, introducing an exclusive Tito’s cocktail at participating locations, tailored to refresh and complement the culinary offerings.

The event features a mix of over 150 local favorites and hidden gems, including Ajo Al’s, Buck & Rider, Fire at Will, Match Market & Bar, Chula Seafood, and Roka Akor, among others. New participants such as Lure Fish House and The Italian Daughter are also joining the roster, promising fresh and exciting flavors to attendees.

Establishments interested in participating can still register by visiting the Arizona Restaurant Association’s website. Details on participating restaurants and their specific Arizona Restaurant Week menus are available on the official website.

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