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Weekend Guide February 4th-6th

Posted on: February 4th, 2011 by Amy Martin No Comments

Planning ahead for your weekend out? We’ve highlighted some of our favorite weekend events to make it a little easier (and tastier!).

Here’s our Weekend Guide for February 4th-6th.

Friday, February 4th

  • 5-10pm – Glendale Chocolate Affaire

If you haven’t made a date to attend the Glendale Chocolate Affaire for a delicious assault on the senses, mark your calendar today for Feb. 4-6, as downtown Glendale becomes a chocoholic’s paradise! Not only will there be thirty chocolate purveyors, including local, regional and national chocolatiers, but this award-winning event includes wine-tasting, horse-drawn carriage rides, and romance novelists workshops and meet-and-greets with a authors, plus fabulous entertainment. For more information, visit glendaleaz.com.

Saturday, February 5th

  • 10am-2pm – New Brunch Menu at Renegade Canteen

Renegade Canteen, it’s not just for dinner anymore. Guests can now dine on the most important meal of the day with Renegade’s Brunch Menu. Serving up breakfast staples, creatively “odd things” and items officially certified as “hangover cuisine”, the Brunch Menu is a menagerie of expertly crafted western favorites. To jumpstart the day, Renegade Canteen will be providing live entertainment all morning long starting at 11 am. If you can’t make it out on Saturday, come in for Sunday brunch! For location and contact information, visit renegadecanteen.com.

  • 10am-10pm – Glendale Chocolate Affaire

The Glendale Chocolate Affaire continues on Saturday from 10am-10pm. Not only will there be thirty chocolate purveyors, including local, regional and national chocolatiers, but this award-winning event includes wine-tasting, horse-drawn carriage rides, and romance novelists workshops and meet-and-greets with a authors, plus fabulous entertainment. For more information, visit glendaleaz.com.

Sunday, February 6th

  • 8am-4:30pm – Sunday Bruch at Pomegranate Café – $8.50-$12

Head to Ahwatukee on Sunday to enjoy brunch at Pomegranate Café. On the menu: Blueberry French Toast (with sugared pepitas & coconut whipped cream $8.50), Raw Strawberry Banana Crepes (with vanilla cashew cream & raw chocolate sauce $8.50), Ana’s Rancheros (chorizo, scrambled tofu, black beans, chipotle sour cream, blue corn tortillas, & ranchera sauce $12) and a Pink Sparkler (fresh orange juice, pomegranate juice & sparkling water $3.50). For location and more information, visit pomegranatecafe.com.

  • 10am-2pm – Art at the Palms – $33

Not only is there T. Cook’s famous brunch, but now there’s an art-fest showcasing a local artist in the Mansion Courtyard. Past artists have included painter, Harold Schulman; Native American artist, Elaine Manning Crook; and photographer, Tom Dorr.  The Mediterranean Market Buffet Sunday Brunch is $33 per person, or an a la carte menu of breakfast and lunch selections is available. For location, visit TCooksDining.com.

  • Noon-5pm – Glendale Chocolate Affaire

The Glendale Chocolate Affaire wraps up on Sunday from noon-5pm. Not only will there be thirty chocolate purveyors, including local, regional and national chocolatiers, but this award-winning event includes wine-tasting, horse-drawn carriage rides, and romance novelists workshops and meet-and-greets with a authors, plus fabulous entertainment. For more information, visit glendaleaz.com.

  • 5:30-7:30PM – Cooking Classes at Luci’s Healthy Marketplace – $39.99

This Valentine’s Day, and throughout the year, treat the ones you love to delicious, health-enhancing, gluten-free, dairy-free, mostly grain-free, low-sugar desserts made from healthy fats and oils, and low-impact sweeteners at Luci’s Healthy Marketplace. Chef Rachel will also show you how to make easy substitutions in some of your favorite recipes! This HOW SWEET IT IS class is very hands-on with wheat-free, gluten-free, dairy-free, naturally sweetened recipes. To view the menu, click here. The class is $39.99 per person and must be pre-paid as space is limited.

Have an event you’d like to see on our Weekend Guide? Contact us for more information!

About the Author - Amy Martin

Author of Her Plate, Amy's love of food, cooking and all things culinary keeps her endlessly plotting what her next meal will be. Her pastimes include creating in (i.e. demolishing) her own kitchen and baking far more sweets than her tiny family could ever eat.

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