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If you've lived in Phoenix for more then a week, you've almost certainly eaten here. If not, run right over and order yourself one of their delicious deli sandwiches from the maniacally friendly counter staff. Most desert rats love themselves a D.A.M. Sandwich, made with pork roast and marinated in a snappy jalapeno dressing. Others refuse to stray from the Braunschweiger on rye; still others go for the most classic Classic Deli outside outside of New York's outer Burroughs. Duck and Decanter also sells some of the best cheeses and some of the tastiest iced coffee in town.
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Folks here in the Valley might not experience a true winter chill, but that doesn't mean we don't like to snuggle up with a hearty sandwich and a comforting bowl of soup when we need that extra bit of... More »
With the holidays in full swing, there's lots of reasons to celebrate. But for the locally owned Duck and Decanter, better known as the Duck, there's one more: Its 40th Anniversary. From 1 to 6 p.m.,... More »
Ask any of your eco-friendly pals and they'll tell you that sustainability is the green gift that keeps on giving. From edible gardens to ethically raised eggs, more and more Phoenix urbanites are loo... More »
Between this Saturday's Pie Social, Twilight parties, and an arts parade you're going to need some body fuel -- and you'll have to look no further than the Certified Local Fall Festival. The seve... More »
Event Review: David Berbstein
David's voice was similar to Michael Franks, only better! His rendition of the Beatles, Oh, Darling was impressive! He did a Roger's and Hammerstein song from South Pacific that was an extraordinary rendition! I enjoyed ever word and every note played...he is also a very skilled guitar player. This is a man who should be making albums. He's extremely talented.
Shelley Kalin/Apartment Selector
If you're looking for a cheap sandwich, go to Subway. If you're looking for a GOOD sandwich, you go to the Duck. Prices are up there, but you get what you pay for - big, heavy sandwiches loaded up with great meats and cheeses, good fresh veggies, and a variety of breads from you basic kaiser roll to uber-healthy rough multi-grain bread. My personal favorites are The Hot One on an onion roll, and The Whole Thing on a croissant (get Champagne mustard on this, you won't be sorry). While you wait for your sandwich to get made, you can wander the gourmet gadgets and desserts, pore over their gourmet coffees and teas, or hit their extensive wine room. If you're in a hurry or looking for a cheap meal, go elsewhere - but if you have the time and the money, Duck and Decanter will do you up proper.
Remember that time you spilled beer on the floor and Spot got totally wasted? Yeah, that isn't going to happen at Duck and Decanter's Lappy Hour. On the other hand, if you're tired of meeting new friends who turn out to be — gasp! — cat people, then this once-monthly event might be for you. Guests are invited to bring their well-behaved pooches along for a meet and greet over sandwiches and drinks. It's a great way to network with like-minded folks, but don't be surprised if the girl you bring home afterwards is a little on the hairy side. Local animal shelters usually bring unwanted pups ready for adoption to Lappy Hour, and it can be awfully hard to resist those puppy-dog eyes.
Even though all the delicious eats are free, gluttony takes a backseat to community at the annual Certified Local Fall Festival. Created in 2004 by Local First Arizona, the festival boasts a ton of food from independent eateries Green, Spinato's Pizzeria, Postino Winecafe, and more, plus a rock wall, face painting, and booths from local vendors such as Smeeks and SeeSaw Designs. We appreciate that the vibe here is always chill, with tons of locals meeting and greeting each other with smiles... More »
Remember that time you spilled beer on the floor and Spot got totally wasted? Yeah, that isn't going to happen at Duck and Decanter's Lappy Hour. On the other hand, if you're tired of meeting new friends who turn out to be -- gasp! -- cat people, then this once-monthly event might be for you. Guests are invited to bring their well-behaved pooches along for a meet and greet over sandwiches and drinks. It's a great way to network with like-minded folks, but don't be surprised if the... More »
The list of cheeses available at the Duck reads like a phone book, with more than 60 varieties from around the world. We've been stopping in at the place for years, trying different cheeses each time, and have never been able to catalogue all our adventures -- that's how often the cheese whizzes here update their fresh offerings. Every day, it's something surprising and new, like St. Andre, an extravagantly rich triple-cream cheese with a mild, mellow flavor; or the rare l'Explorateur, an... More »
Tired of cheese choices at your local grocery store being limited to Cheez Whiz, Velveeta and boursin-in-a-box? Cheeselike food substances are conspicuously absent at Duck & Decanter, whose long list of not-for-the-lactose-intolerant dairy specialties would turn the head of even a hardened Wisconsin Cheesehead. This place is the only one we've found around town that seems to always stock manchego and mahon, two nutty, semi-hard Spanish cheeses craved by hard-core cheesephiles. They've... More »
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