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August 6th, 2018 | by SanTan Sun News
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Try a milk shake donut

Fractured Prune, 4910 W. Ray Road, Chandler, is touting a milk shake that may appeal to donut addicts.

The eatery will put any glaze or toppings that would normally go on a doughnut into a shake. For example, for the peach cobbler shake it would be vanilla ice cream blended with any of its glazes or toppings to create a totally unique creation.

Fractured Prune’s fresh and made-to-order cake donuts are blended with vanilla ice cream, and a choice of over 19 glazes and 13 toppings. The indulgent milkshakes include the Peach Pie, with peach glaze and graham crackers, or Strawberry Shortcake, with strawberry glaze, graham crackers, and powdered sugar.

Even Stevens gives back big

Even Stevens Sandwiches, which has a restaurant in downtown Chandler and 20 others across the Valley and country, has donated three million sandwiches to 20 non-profits in six states. “The impact to local non-profits has been astounding, and in an effort to continue to improve their communities,” a company spokesman said, adding that the eatery has partnered with Eco-Products to bring environmental sustainability to its restaurants.

“Even Stevens is always striving to improve and we are thrilled to introduce fully compostable take away containers to the market,” said Lauren Singer Katz, brand director.

Eco-Products makes sustainable food service disposables using plant-based materials, reclaimed and renewable resources. Even Stevens culinary team collaborated with Eco-Products to produce to-go boxes and coffee cups that compost in as few as 45 days, are made from renewable resources, and keep food and drinks fresh longer.

While many restaurants are opting out of using straws altogether, Even Stevens wanted to remain inclusive for all guests while doing their part in creating less waste so it now offers plant-based straws.

Kids eat free on Sunday

Z’Tejas, in the Shoppes at Casa Paloma at 7221 W. Ray Road, Chandler, is extending a “kids eat free” offer on Sundays, its half-off off special on all tequila-based drinks on Tuesdays and a new lunch menu with salads and veggie-forward bowls.

Every Sunday from 3 p.m. to close, guests 12 and under eat a free meal with each full-priced entrée ordered.

In addition to its happy hour discounts, Z’Tejas is offering half-off the price of all tequila drinks all Tuesday long. Happy hours run 3-7 p.m. Monday-Friday and 3-5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

Press Coffee unveils new app

Press Coffee Roasters, located in the Chandler Palette Collective at 505 S. Chandler Village Drive, is making the daily coffee run even easier with a new app that allows customers to place and pay for orders of drip coffee, cold brew, espresso drinks and other snacks and drinks ahead of pick up.

Made-to-order food like its breakfast burrito, bagels and breakfast egg sandwich are also available at some locations.

The Press Coffee Roasters app is a free download at the App Store and Google Play. Users create an account and are charged upon placing their orders. After receiving a notification that the order is ready, they can just pick it up and go.

Information: presscoffee.com.

Special to SanTan Sun News

Fractured Prune says you can have your donut and drink it too with its new shakes.

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