Eat, Drink And Indulge At Phoenix Cooks On September 3

 

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For one day, the Valley’s best chefs convene to share a variety of vibrant ingredients combined into the tastiest dishes that intrigue the palate, enhance your culinary experience and benefit Banner Children’s.

Now in it’s 12th year, Phoenix Cooks is a celebration of all things foodie. Sample delicious fare from North Italia, Seasons 52, The Watershed, Shabu Fondue, The Melting Pot, Tommy Bahama, Z’Tejas, Crab & Mermaid, Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse and many more!

Eat, drink and indulge at Phoenix Cooks!

About 50 restaurants will participate, offering guests the opportunity to sample interesting wines, beers and mouthwatering foods, witness chef and celebrity cooking competitions, attend classes and shop at this popular culinary event. What a great way to spend Labor Day Weekend!

When is Phoenix Cooks?

September 3, 2016 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Where is it?

The culinary event takes place at the Westin Kierland Resort in North Scottsdale. If you want to make it a special weekend, why not spend the night? Read reviews and check availability on TripAdvisor.com.

How do I get tickets and how much are they?

Tickets are $85 each in advance  online (fees may apply) until 5 p.m. on Sept. 2 or $100 each at the door. People who choose not to drink alcoholic beverages at the event may purchase Designated Driver Tickets for $60 each in advance or $75 at the door. Children ages 6 and older are required to purchase a General Admission ticket.

Your ticket entitles you to sample unlimited food, wine, beer and spirits. You are welcome to attend the demonstration stages. Classes are an extra charge.

Are discounts available?

A discounted price, as mentioned above, is offered if you buy tickets in advance. No other coupons are offered that I know of.

What else should I know?

Phoenix Cooks affords participants the opportunity to see culinary demonstrations on several stages and sample Chef creations and spirits as well as shop in the marketplace.

No strollers are permitted, so if you are bringing any children under the age of six you must carry them at all times. My recommendation is to leave them with a babysitter.

Once again Phoenix Cooks will offer classes on several topics during Phoenix Cooks. Each class lasts about 30 minutes and a maximum of 25 attendees are permitted in each class. You may register for the classes in advance. The charge is $25 (plus fees) per class in advance, and you must be registered for Phoenix Cooks in order to participate.

For more information, visit Phoenix Cooks online.

 

 

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