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Now that the big summer holidays — and the prerequisite parties accompanying them — have come and gone, we’re looking forward to spending a few leisurely hours relaxing in the shade with an icy drink close at hand. Kelly’s at Southbridge in Scottsdale serves a sparkling Strawberry Shamrock ($10) that’s just the ticket, and we’ve got the scoop on how to make it from home. Cheers!
The Valley is heating up, but you can find solace for your sweaty body and ever-thinning wallet at Thirsty Lion Pub & Grill.
Three-time Grammy winner and roots music storyteller Keb’ Mo’ will perform songs from his new album, “BLUESAmericana,” along with favorites from his 20-year career May 15 at Mesa Arts Center.
My son's fourth grade math homework has taught me an incredibly valuable lesson. About bourbon.
Prefer mint juleps to margaritas? Second Story Liquor Bar is giving Valley dwellers a place to observe the weekend’s other big reason — beyond Cinco de Mayo — to celebrate: the Kentucky Derby.
If the warmer weather has you wishing for a cool mojito or frosty margarita, you might also start wishing for some extra cash.
LOS ANGELES — Every time a bartender at trendy Los Angeles fusion eatery Luna Park squeezes a shot of lime into a drink these days, owner Peter Kohtz says he winces a little.
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If you are a live-action role player (or LARPer) then you might enjoy Knights of Badassdom more than your average moviegoer, and probably even more than your average genre film fan. It’s a small film with a lot of heart and a good script, which, unfortunately, is poorly translated. Yet still, it doesn’t completely succubus.
Enjoy a night at Desert Botanical Garden with live Latin music, gourmet cuisine samplings and cold margaritas. Tickets to the event include a complimentary cocktail and souvenir glass, plus unlimited tastings from the catering booths.
Los Dos Molinos
260 S. Alma School Road
(480) 969-7475 or losdosmolinosmesa.com
At this long-standing and well-loved Mesa eatery, a day without chili is like a day without the sun. Its customers love the restaurant’s devotion to doing hot and spicy right — and cooling things down with Los Dos’ equally famous margaritas. The menu is full of favorites that go beyond standards like nachos and burritos, thanks to a loving infusion of New Mexican chilis — adovada ribs, garlic shrimp, fish tacos and blue corn tamales, to name a few.
1524 E. University Drive
(480) 464-8226 or backyardtaco.com
Rancho de Tia Rosa
3129 E. McKellips Road
(480) 659-8787 or ranchodetiarosa.com
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More than 20,000 attendees gather in Phoenix to taste and vote for their favorite salsa while sipping cool margaritas and brews and listening to live music.
No need to sing the song any longer, Arizona is the new Margaritaville — well, for the day at least. Saturday, Feb. 22, is the official day to celebrate the ever-so delicious and tequila-filled drink known as the margarita. Before you start the bar crawl, go no further than this page: We’ve got happening drink specials across the East Valley for National Margarita Day. By Cissy J. Worstell, Special to GetOut
Blood Orange Margarita or House Margarita, $9 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Feb. 22.
New Mexican Bulldog Margarita (with a Coronita bottle dunked inside), $9 Feb. 22-23.
Little Larry Margarita (The mini version of Z’s Sixth Street Margarita), $2.22 on Feb. 22.
House Margarita, on the rocks or frozen, $3 from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Feb. 22.
House Margarita or Blood Orange Margarita, $9 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Feb. 22.
All margaritas $2.99, Feb. 22-23.
The Winter Olympics are on, and we’ll drink to that — especially with the help of Z’Tejas. Every time the USA earns a gold medal at the games, the Southwestern restaurant is offering up its Gold Medal Margarita for just $2.14 the next day.
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — Get ready for bacon like you've never eaten, drunk or worn it before.
The state bird of Arizona is a sweet little fowl called the cactus wren. We also have a state gemstone (turquoise), a state reptile (ridgenose rattlesnake), and I’m willing to bet we even have a state predatory arthropod, which would be that scorpion I killed under the Christmas tree yesterday.