‘A Taste of Plate & Pour’ highlights Arizona’s food scene

Meet people who are changing the way we eat here in Arizona in this collection of highlights from the Emmy Award-winning Arizona PBS series. Mark Tarbell joins chefs in the kitchen, interview restaurant owners, chat with bartenders and celebrate our local food scene. “A Taste of Plate & Pour” airs Friday, March 13, at 8 p.m.

Plus, you can support Arizona PBS and experience one of the restaurants featured in this special — Fat Ox, Atlas Bistro and Anhelo — for yourself! Your ticket, redeemable with an advanced reservation during the month of April 2020, provides a per person dining experience including a minimum of an appetizer, entrée and dessert.

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