Autumn doesn’t just mean pumpkins and Halloween around the state–it also means that Fall Arizona Restaurant Week has arrived. The 10-day culinary event takes place Sept. 16 to Sept. 25.
Arizona Restaurant Week–which takes places twice a year, in the spring and in the fall–is essentially a culinary tasting tour around the state. Participating restaurants from Flagstaff to Phoenix to Tucson and everywhere in between showcase prix-fixe menus (some of which aren’t normally offered at the venue) at an incredible value during Fall Arizona Restaurant Week.
“Arizona Restaurant Week events are a fantastic deal for diners that want to explore Arizona’s culinary scene at a fraction of what they would pay on a normal visit,” says Arizona Restaurant Association president and CEO Steve Chucri, in a press release. “This allows the dining community to support the hospitality industry — which is still recovering from the devastating impact of COVID-19, price increases and labor shortages — while enjoying a fantastic menu not usually offered at these establishments. It’s a win-win for everyone and we greatly appreciate the support of our loyal culinary enthusiasts.”
Fall Arizona Restaurant Week features specific three-course menus offered at three price points, $33, $44 and $55 per person. In addition to the three-course menus, some restaurants also offer takeout options and wine pairing selections to accompany each dish for an additional cost.
More than 100 restaurants are already committed to the 2022 Fall Arizona Restaurant Week, including:
Ajo Al’s (multiple valley locations)
Bisutoro (first-time participant)
Etta (first-time participant)
Grassroots Kitchen & Tap
Huss Brewpub + To-Go (first-time participant)
MATCH Market & Bar
Obon Sushi Ramen Bar (first-time participant)
Rusconi’s American Kitchen
A complete list of Fall Arizona Restaurant Week participants and menus will be posted at arizonarestaurantweek.com as they become available.