Walk This Way
March 28, 2011 by R.J. Price
Wear comfortable shoes because we’re walkin’!
The third Urban Wine Walk happens in Downtown Phoenix, Central Corridor and Tempe on Saturday, April 9, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Wallet-friendly wine flights and snack plates will be offered at 17 restaurants, including Downtown’s own District American Wine Bar and Kitchen, Majerle’s, Kincaid’s, 1130 The Restaurant, Brick Pizzeria, Sam’s Cafe, ICON Lounge, Steve’s Greenhouse Grill, Rose & Crown, Networks, Phoenix Public Market, and newcomers Arrogant Butcher and Province.
The Central Corridor (Hula’s Modern Tiki and Maizie’s Cafe) and Tempe (Cafe Boa, Big Fat Greek Restaurant) provide the bookends for this light rail-inspired event, which encourages Wine Walkers to park-and-ride along the route in large groups. The event is free to participate (minus $3.50 for an all-day light rail pass, plus cost of wine), but be sure to remember to tell the restaurants that you’re a Wine Walker to take advantage of the awesome prices.
See you on the 9th for what promises to be a grape, er, great time.