Arizona Restaurant Week is back this fall with new and old restaurants from across the state ready to share incredible meals at great prices. The 10-day event runs from Friday, September 16 through Sunday, September 25.
“Our Arizona Restaurant Week events are a fantastic offering for diners who want to explore Arizona’s culinary scene at a fraction of what they would pay on a normal visit,” said Steve Chucri, President and CEO of the Arizona Restaurant Association. “This allows the restaurant community to support the hospitality industry – which is still recovering from the devastating impact of COVID-19, price increases and labor shortages – while enjoying a Fantastic menu not usually offered at these establishments. It’s a win-win situation for everyone and we greatly appreciate the support of our loyal cooking enthusiasts.
During Fall Arizona Restaurant Week, participating restaurants will feature specific three-course prix-fixe menus, many featuring new items not normally offered at the restaurant, at three price points of $33, $44, and $55. per person or couple. To accompany each dish on the prix fixe menus, some restaurants will offer wine pairing selections for an additional fee.
While Arizona Restaurant Week is a fun way for locals and visitors to get out and try new dining spots and menu items at reasonable prices, the biannual event also serves as a time for restaurants to showcase the talents of their chefs, and is an opportunity for the Arizona Restaurant Association to showcase the diverse and unique dining experiences offered by the state.
Fall 2022 Restaurant Week in Arizona already has more than 100 restaurants engaged across the state. Returning ones include Ajo Al’s, Arrowhead Grill, Hearth 61, Liberty Market, Grassroots Kitchen & Tap, Sante, Urban Margarita, Zinburger, and more.
Etta, Sullivan’s Steakhouse, Tash, Huss Brewpub + To-Go, and Obon Sushi Ramen Bar, while other new restaurants in the lineup include Pantry and Delta and Neighborly Public House.
View the full, up-to-date list of participating restaurants and their menus here.
. Fall Arizona Restaurant Week returns month with new participants