Even though school has already started and the temps aren’t dropping anytime soon, Labor Day marks the official "end" of summer. Celebrate the last three-day weekend of summer with some dining deals at local eateries!
Take the family out for some fun! From August 31 through September 3, Jake’s Unlimited will offer a Labor Day deal including unlimited buffet until 8 p.m., rides and attractions, laser tag, non-redemption video games, and bowling plus one game of mini-bowling for $25.99. Guests must mention the deal with cheat code: “FAMILY” at the door to redeem.
1830 E Baseline Rd., Mesa, www.jakesunlimitied.com
Ingo's Tasty Food Patio Party
Ingo's Tasty Food is celebrating the end of summer and Labor Day with Ingo's Patio Party on Sunday, September 2. Head down to the quaint little spot for grass fed burgers for $5, complimentary craft beer tastings from localand national breweries, Grateful Spoon Gelato and yard games to play with friends and family.
4502 N 40th St., Phoenix, www.ingostastyfood.com
Rott n’ Grapes
Rott n’ Grapes, a wine bistro in Uptown Phoenix, is celebrating the end of summer with saving green while you drink the reds. Stop by for $5 off $25 or $10 off $50 your total bill. Offer is valid only on Monday, September 3.
4750 N Central Ave, Phoenix, www.rottngrapes.com
Fox Restaurant Concepts
In honor of Labor Day all Fox Restaurant Concepts eBite members will receive 25-percent off their entire bill when they dine in at any participating concept on Monday, Sept. 3. Guests who aren't already members can sign upthrough the website before the holiday and be automatically enrolled to receive the offer via email. To receive the discount, simply show the e-mail to your server or bartender! Excluding: All Flower Child locations and all airport locations.
Various locations across the Valley, www.foxrc.com
Proof, An American Canteen at Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale
Proof is celebrating Labor Day weekend with its popular Seafood Shack menu featuring West Coast oysters, peel ‘n’ eat shrimp, king crab and a low country boil. On Friday, Aug. 31 and Saturday, Sept. 1, Proof will borrow from the great southern low country tradition of mixing seafood, sausage, and potatoes in a single dish. Proof’s own low country boil combines lobster tail, mussels, house-made sausage, new potatoes, and corn on the cob along with a drop biscuit. Proof Sous Chef Dell Morris is also serving up one of his favorites: shrimp and grits.
10600 E. Crescent Moon Dr., Scottsdale, www.fourseasons.com/scottsdale
Where will you celebrate the unofficial end of summer?
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