Chompie’s in The News – October 2017

Chompie’s in The News – October 2017

AZ Central

October 27, 2017
Boo-ze! 12 places in Phoenix for fun, spooky Halloween desserts, cocktails
Costumes, house decor and creepy sound effects aren’t the only ways to get into Halloween spirit. Shops and restaurants around Phoenix hope you drop by for brownies dressed up like creatures of the night and cocktails served in ghoulish drippy glasses.

October 23, 2017
Comfort in a bowl: 11 Phoenix restaurants for National Chili Month
If it’s fall, it’s chili weather. Chompie’s was featured as 1 of 11 Valley spots for hearty comfort in a bowl. Chompie’s protein-packed vegetarian chili ($7.99) fills you up with pinto beans, crushed tomatoes, green peppers, and cilantro. Jalapenos bring some heat while cumin and chili powder add smokiness.

October 20, 2017
Classic Arizona Restaurants: 10 Places that have Stood the Test of Time
Arizona may be the youngest state in the contiguous United States, but we still have some restaurants with some darn tasty history. Some have survived the test of time and remain open for your contemporary tasting pleasure.

AZ Big Media

October 20, 2017
50 Things You Must Eat in Metro Phoenix
It’s been great to see Metro Phoenix emerge as a hotspot — and we’re not talking about the weather. So whether you’re in town for the weekend or are a regular at some of the Valley’s best restaurants, here are 50 things you must eat in Metro Phoenix.

50 things you must eat in Metro Phoenix

Arizona Foothills Magazine

October 19, 2017
Taste Tidbits: Foodie News Roundup for the Week of Oct. 16
Chompie’s is getting in on the holiday action. At the bakery, you can find creepy-cute dessert creations including sugar cookies in the shape of Halloween classics including skeletons, monsters, pumpkins, bats, eyeballs and more ($1.99 each).

The bakery is also offering vanilla cupcakes with colorful frosting in the shape of witch hats, spiders, ghosts and pumpkins ($3.75 each) in honor of Halloween.

Smashing The Glass

October 9, 2017
A Justin Alexander Bride for a Desert-Chic Jewish Wedding at Chateau Lux, Phoenix, Arizona, USA
Chompie’s created the wedding cake – a 16″ bottom pink velvet cake with cream cheese filling and white buttercream frosting. The middle was a 14″ yellow cake with fudge filling, and white buttercream frosting and the top was 8″ with the pink velvet and cream cheese again.

Chompie’s also created mini desserts: carrot cakes, cannolis, chocolate box cakes, napoleons, fruit tarts, crème brulée, rainbows, chocolate-covered strawberries and chocolate s’mores, delicious cookies, and ‘bride & groom’ cactus cookies that were on each guest’s plate to take home.

Arizona Foothills Magazine

October 4, 2017
Dining for Breast Cancer Awareness
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, these Valley eateries are donating to Singleton Moms, a local organization dedicated to providing hope and support to single-parent families affected by cancer through financial assistance, groceries, supplies and support groups.

All of October, Chompie’s will donate one dollar from each entrée ordered on their new, special three-item menu to Singleton Moms.

Dining for Breast Cancer Awareness

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