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U.S. Egg Baseball Menu

U.S. Egg is unveiling a secret Spring Training menu! The menu is available now through the end of Cactus League Spring Training. Baseball tourists can visit U.S. Egg and munch on an Angel's Scramble, Dback Chicken Melt and even a Cincinnati Reds Skillet. Each dish on the limited time baseball themed menu are all $11.49!  

Breakfast
Angels Scramble - Three eggs, chorizo, cilantro, tomatoes, jalapenos, onions, jack cheese, sour cream, salsa on the side. Served with hash browns and a tortilla. 

Rockie Burrito - Three eggs, chicken, green chilies, jack cheese, topped with salsa. Served with hash browns and garnish of tomatoes, lettuce, sour cream.

Cincy Skillet - Italian sausage, green peppers, onions, jack cheese on a bed of hash browns. Served with two eggs your way and an English muffin.

San Franch Toast - Blueberry, banana, strawberries, whipped cream and powdered sugar.  

Lunch
Cubbie Melt - Roast beef, cheddar cheese, tomato, mayonnaise on grilled sourdough. Served with fries or cole slaw.

Mariner BBQ Chicken - Chicken, BBQ sauce, grilled pineapple, Swiss cheese. Served with fries or cole slaw.

Royal BLTT - Bacon, lettuce, tomato and turkey on whole wheat toast and served with fries or cole slaw.

Dback Chicken Melt - Chicken breast, cheddar cheese and green chili sauce on grilled sourdough, served with fries or cole slaw. 

For more information: www.useggrestaurant.com and Facebook: www.facebook.com/USeggBreakfastLunch 

US Egg Breakfast and Lunch-six locations:
U.S. Egg Breakfast & Lunch Restaurant Scottsdale Commons
7119 E Shea Blvd Scottsdale, AZ 85254
Phone: 480-443-5558
SW Corner of Scottsdale Rd & Shea Blvd.
Hours: 6:30 am - 2:30 pm
7 Days A Week
Alcohol is served on our patio 

U.S. Egg Breakfast & Lunch Restaurant Scottsdale
3238 N. Scottsdale Road Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Phone: 480-947-7344
Hours: 6:30 am - 2:30 pm
7 Days A Week
Alcohol is served on our patio 

U.S. Egg Breakfast & Lunch Restaurant Mill Towne Center
131 E. Baseline Road Tempe, AZ 85283
Phone: 480-831-0070
SE Corner of Mill & Baseline
Hours: 6:30 am - 2:30 pm
7 Days A Week
No alcohol allowed on our patio 

U.S. Egg Breakfast & Lunch Restaurant Phoenix Bell Towne Center
402 E. Greenway Parkway Phoenix, AZ 85022
Phone: 602-993-2122
NW Corner of Greenway Parkway & 7th Street
Hours: 6:30 am - 2:30 pm
7 Days A Week
No alcohol allowed on our patio 

U.S. Egg Breakfast & Lunch Restaurant Chandler
5840 W. Chandler Blvd. Chandler, AZ 85226
Phone: 480-705-0868
Hours: 6:30 am - 2:30 pm
7 Days A Week
Alcohol is served on our patio 

U.S. Egg Breakfast & Lunch Restaurant: Marbella Plaza
2957 West Bell Road Phoenix, AZ 85053
Phone: 602-843-1249
SW Corner of Bell Rd & 29th Ave
Hours: 6:30 am - 2:30 pm
7 Days A Week
Alcohol is served on our patio

TRES Tempe offering outstanding dining specials for the month of March

Much of TRES' diverse menu is created using the wood-burning oven, a focal point of the restaurant, and is aimed at offering fresh options at a fair price to local tech employees, neighbors, and visitors alike. Three sizes of plates (paying homage to the name TRES) are offered, including small tasting plates serving as starters, tapas or light bites to pair with a cocktail, medium entrée plates such as salads, sandwiches, and more substantial portions to meet the cravings of any diner, and large sharing plates (a.k.a. wood-oven feasts) designed for groups to share. A wide selection of artisan meats and cheese are also available for guests to build their own, with sizing options in small ($17 for one to two people), medium ($27 for three to four people) and large ($46 for five to seven people). Additional meats and cheese can be added for $5 each, while other items such as nuts, olives and chilies can be added for $3 each.
 
From small plates to large, TRES' innovative menu includes items such as Blistered Shishito Peppers ($8), Bacon Wrapped Medjool Dates ($8), Spicy Lamb Merguez Sliders ($14), Rueben Cuban ($15), TRES Burger ($15), Salmon Papillote ($24), Paella Valenciana ($66), and Canoe Bone Beef Osso Bucco ($59). To wet the whistle, TRES features beer, wine and mescal flights ranging from $7 to $11, an extensive wine selection, sangrias and margaritas, spirit-free cocktails, and a specialty craft cocktail menu with highlights such as the Pineapple Hibiscus Cooler ($10), Spiced Pear Sour ($12) and the Blood Orange Basito ($10). Guests can even build their own mule for just $8.

Three sizes of plates (paying homage to the name TRES) are offered, including:
1.    Small tasting plates serving as starters, tapas or light bites to pair with a cocktail
2.    Medium entrée plates such as salads, sandwiches, and more substantial portions to meet the cravings of any diner
3.    Large sharing plates (a.k.a. wood-oven feasts) designed for groups to share.

TRES' interior design reveals a clean, modern dining environment where industrial chic finds union with a cool, crisp Mediterranean and Southwestern palate.

Happy Hour Menu (includes discounts on drinks/food) all day, every day, everywhere in the restaurant (not only in the bar, menu is attached)
Buy one small or medium plate for lunch, get one free. (Available on small and medium menu items only, not on large "feasts" and must make reservation to redeem)

During dinner hours, get a free small plate with purchase of a medium plate. (Limit one per table) 

To redeem, diners must mention specials at time of order, and advanced reservations for the lunch special are required to redeem.

Open daily for lunch and dinner starting at 11:00 a.m. Happy Hour is served daily from 3:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m. throughout the entire restaurant (not limited to bar). 

For more information: www.trestempe.com

Tres Tempe
7192 S. Price Rd.
Tempe, AZ  85283
480-897-5300

Plastic Bag Art-Arizona Fine Art Expo 

Ahwatukee artist Kathy Q. Parks knows from experience how art can help someone overcome their physical difficulties. She credits art with helping her heal from losing the ability to walk for more than a decade and later, for helping her regain the strength in her hands after they were badly burned in a devastating fire.

It was while working with the students on a lesson about recycling that she came up with the idea to have them make sculptures from plastic bags. Now a full-time artist, her own plastic bag sculptures are among her best-selling pieces at the Arizona Fine Art EXPO, which runs daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. through Sun., Mar. 25. The event features nearly 100 artists who work in studios under the "festive white tents" at 26540 N. Scottsdale Rd., on the southwest corner of Scottsdale and Jomax Roads, next to MacDonald's Ranch.

Parks uses Styrofoam and other materials that are not readily recyclable to make the skeleton of the playful looking animals she creates. She then uses hundreds of plastic bags taped into tight forms to fill out the body and finishes each animal with plaster cloth and several coats of paint.

Expo is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily through Sunday, March 25 in the festive white tents on the southwest corner of Scottsdale Road and Jomax Road.

For more information: www.arizonafineartexpo.com 
 
Arizona Fine Art Expo
26540 North Scottsdale Road 
(Southwest Corner of Scottsdale Road and Jomax Road)
Scottsdale, Arizona
(480) 837-7163

Motivational Monday: Try the Y Tuesdays - free on Tuesdays, any branch, through March 27th 

Now it’s the time to start thinking about that summer body, how does trying out a fitness class for free sound? We check out one of the most family friendly and affordable gyms in town, plus, on Tuesday's through March 27th, you can try it for free. It's called Try the Y Tuesdays! 

Benefits:
-Designed for all skill levels
-Burn calories
-Build muscle tone
-Full Body Low impact exercise
-Adjustable tempo
-Indoor activity that can be done year round
-One of the most affordable and family-friendly places to workout
-Now is the time to think about getting your summer body
-Try the Y Tuesday's Free through March 27th 

Become a member for the day every Tuesday in January and February! This unique community initiative allows you to access the facility as a member for the day, which includes unlimited classes, programs, and childcare! Contact your local branch for specific program offerings available to you on Try the Y Tuesdays!

Some of These Benefits Include:
Unlimited Access to Our Fitness Facility
Complimentary Group Fitness Classes
The Nation's Largest Social Services Organization Serving 16 Arizona Communities
A Healthier Lifestyle
Access to Volunteer Opportunities
Bonus! Family Memberships Include:

Programs for the Whole Family
Child Watch & Parent's Night Out
Stronger Families
Discounts on Swim, Sports, Childcare, & More
Join by March 12th for $0!

For more information and Branches visit: www.valleyymca.org 

Try The Y Tuesdays
January 9, 2018 March 27, 2018 all-day Repeats 
All Branches
Free

Zoo Move & Groove 

Zoo Move & Groove is a fun, fitness themed event that takes place on Saturday, March 10 from 
9am to 1 p.m., with a 5K fun run at 7:30 a.m. 

Zoo Ninja Warrior, Dance Party, Sports Inflatables, Climbing Wall, Pound Fit, Humpty Bumpty Balls, Wipeout Big Baller and more! 
 
For more information: http://www.phoenixzoo.org/event-items/zoo-move-groove/

Phoenix Zoo | Arizona Center for Nature Conservation
455 N. Galvin Parkway Phoenix, AZ 85008
Phone: (602) 2863800 

Queen of Clean
For more information visit Linda's website and Facebook page.
www.Queenofclean.com
https://www.facebook.com/Queen-of-Clean-Linda-Cobb-412666695292

Shadowrock Sedona
For more information: https://www.hiltonsedonaresort.com/dine/the-grille-at-shadowrock/

Hilton Sedona Resort at Bell Rock
90 Ridge Trail Drive
Sedona, Arizona 86351
Phone: (928) 284-4040

Gray Matters Foundation
For more information, visit: www.graymattersfoundation.org