Tuesday, Sept. 19

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Celebrating Jewish High Holidays with authentic cuisine

Rosh Hashanah and Yum Kippur, the Jewish High Holidays are right around the corner, and as families prepare to celebrate with food, Chompie's wants to take all the guess-work and hard-work out of your meals. This year, the Borenstein family traveled all the way to Israel to bring back authentic Jerusalem challah bread, a popular food in the outdoor markets. 

The bread which has become a popular item in the outdoor markets of Israel - contains lots of seeds, including black sesame, poppy, sunflower, and pumpkin. The new Marzipan challah also includes almond paste inside. 

Rosh Hashanah Dinner
September 20, 2017
5pm - Close
$34.99 per adult / $14.99 per child under 10

For more information, visit: www.chompies.com

Treat yourself to luxury with great Spa Week deals

Bookings start September 18th for Spa Week, a chance to try luxurious spa treatments for a fraction of their normal cost.  

Spa Week runs October 16th thru Oct. 22nd. Cost $50

For more information, visit: www.spaweek.com

AAWL gets clinical aid from vet students

Arizona Animal Welfare League is getting some much-needed help this morning from Valley vet students. Midwestern's students and its mobile clinic will be providing medical care to the overflow of homeless dogs and cats at the shelter. AAWL is currently expanding its clinic, so today's visit, while construction continues, couldn't have come at a better time. 

  • This mobile clinic is here to help while AAWL's on-site shelter AND public clinic, MDPet Care, undergoes an expansion and renovations
  • Help includes surgeries such as spay/neuter procedures, intakes/check-ups of new dogs, dental checks

For more information, visit: https://aawl.org/                             

Arizona Animal Welfare league
25 N 40th Street Phoenix AZ 85034

Ma & Pa coffee house release new Fall drink lineup

Imagine a coffee where your favorite Mexican and Latin American sweet treats we’re talking churros, dulce de leche, and tres leches cake are crafted within. Now, this ma and pa coffee house will be unveiling a new Fall drink lineup. We check out their latest concoctions with a Fall-inspired twist, and we're told horchata is included. 

That's the concept behind Tres Leches Café, a central Phoenix coffee bar with a menu of specialty lattes inspired by traditional Mexican flavors. 

For more information, visit: https://www.facebook.com/treslechescafe/

Tres Leches Cafe 
1330 W Roosevelt St, Phoenix, AZ 85007
(602) 253-4925

"Let's Go Places" honors single parent car clinic 

Christian Brother's Automotive in Chandler hosts a car care clinic twice a year for single parents. They take care of basic car services like oil changes, air filters, fluids and tires. The Springs Church in chandler helps to identify the single parents in need. 

For more information, visit: http://www.thespringschurch.net/ 

The Springs Church
6135 W. Detroit St.
Chandler, Arizona 85226
Phone: 480-785-1850
Email: office@thespringschurch.net

Restaurant Week: The Nook

We are in the middle of Arizona Restaurant Week, and you still have a chance to get in on this annual event that lets you sample some of the best food in Arizona at a price that won't break your budget.  One of those restaurants Nook Kitchen gives us a taste today. 

The original Nook restaurant opened in fall 2013 and is known for its wood-fired pizzas, cozy atmosphere, and friendly staff. Helmed by Chef Nick LaRosa, the restaurant serves a mix of modern and classic Italian dishes including a selection of bruschetta, entrees, and pizzas featuring scratch ingredients such as house-pulled mozzarella and homemade pomodoro. 

For more information, visit: http://nookkitchen.com/

The Nook
3623 E Indian School Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85018
Phone: (602) 651-1390

For more information, visit: www.arizonarestaurantweek.com

10th year of Fall Arizona Restaurant Weeks
170+ restaurants participating
$33 or $44 per person menus
Arizonarestaurantweek.com for list of participants

Arizona Restaurant Association
3333 E Camelback Rd, Ste. 285
Phoenix, AZ 85018

Millennial band keeps "vintage" rock n roll alive

The songs from our generation are not dead, and a three-piece band of millennial guys can prove it. They're called "Please," and they've played all over Arizona, keeping "vintage" rock n' roll and classic rock alive through their sound, with a modern twist of course. We meet Cody Lima, Matt Hernandez and Tyler Brewer. 

For more information, visit: https://pleaseplz.bandcamp.com/