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Bottle and Board Deals in the Valley!

Bottle and Board

Bottle and Board Deals in the Valley!

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There is nothing we love at ScottsdaleRestaurants.com more than friendship. Wine is close. Pizza is close. Bruschetta… also up there. What we’re saying is a perfect night for us is a combination of friendship, wine, and food. Give us all of that for one sweet price? Legendary. Quite a few restaurants in Scottsdale, Phoenix and beyond have this adult version of a combo meal. There are different names for it, different days and different prices. Some places bottle and board deals rise above the rest, and you find yourself going every week. These are some of those places. One for each day.
PS – one additional rule to be on this specific list. If I’ve had to wait more than an hour to take part in your bottle and board deal, you’re not on this list. It’s the Yogi Berra theory. “Nobody goes there anymore; it’s too crowded.”


Linger Longer Lounge

Cost: $20

The Bottle and Board Deal: Board and Bottle night at the Linger Longer Lounge is a great way to start the week. The charcuterie board is massive. Meats, cheeses, fruits, veggies, grilled bread with a balsamic glaze. For your bottle of wine, you can choose from one of the Canyon Road house selections. Some restaurants’ boards magically shrink on the night of their bottle and board special. I think Linger Longer Lounge’s board grows for the occasion.
Check out our video review of Linger Longer Lounge:


Market Street Kitchen

Cost: $40+

The Bottle and Board Deal: Purchase any bottle of wine $40 and up, receive a charcuterie board for free. If you tend to be more of a connoisseur when it comes to wine, this is the deal for you. Market Street Kitchen has an excellent wine program, so you’re bound to find a good one. Their charcuterie board is one of the best and biggest around, so this deal is a great excuse to indulge. Looking for wine ideas to pair with the meats and cheeses? Assistant Bar Manager Kyla Dahl recommends the Labor Pinot Noir, and we both enjoy the Saldo Zinfandel. If you’re a fan of white wines, find a different table. I’m kidding! We’ll get a second board, and you can enjoy the Gary Farrell Chardonnay.
Visit marketstreetkitchen.com for more info.


The Market by Jennifer’s

Cost: $25

The Bottle and Board Deal: Bottle and Nosh Board from 6 p.m. to close. This will make hump day much easier to… hump? A bottle of Rockbrook wine (Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon or Chardonnay) and an excellent selection of meats and cheeses. During my trip, the cheeses were Manchego, Comte, brie, and bleu. The meats were prosciutto, peppered salami, Spanish chorizo, and coppo. Remember the cereal Honey Smacks from childhood? They’re not here, but there are some coated pecans that will absolutely bring back some fond memories of them.
Check out our video review of The Market by Jennifer’s:


Farm and Craft

Cost: $20

The Bottle and Board Deal: #ilovewineANDpizza is a fitting hashtag for Farm and Craft’s $20 flatbread and bottle deal. After three days of decadent cured meats and exotic cheeses, we’re going to get ready for the weekend with a healthy change-of-pace. You have your choice of one of Farm and Craft’s flatbreads made on their house-made flax and whole wheat dough. Don’t get fooled by the term “flatbread,” though. This is a pizza through and through. The Wild Mushroom flatbread is earthy, flavorful and best of all, pretty damn healthy. The wine options are plentiful for this deal, with eight different styles to choose from. The silky Charles Smith “Velvet Devil” Merlot paired wonderfully with the mushroom flatbread.
Check out our video review of Farm and Craft:

There you go. Four days of wine, yumminess, and friendship. Who will you take with you? Let us know in the comments and save a glass from the bottle for us!
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