Southern Rail, a locally owned restaurant inspired by classic American flavors with a Southern twist, invites guests to enjoy the fall weather, listen to soothing jazz and savor cocktails and comfort food from the patio for the biannual Jazz & Jambalaya series.

The series begins on Sunday, Sept. 24, and features sazeracs and jambalaya, a traditional New Orleans dish with creole tomatoes and rice served with smoked chicken, Andouille sausage and sautéed shrimp. Smooth tones of live music from local jazz bands will greet guests upon arrival ensuring a relaxing Sunday evening.

Jazz & Jambalaya will take place every Sunday through Nov. 26 from 5-8 p.m. at Southern Rail, 300 W. Camelback Road.

Sazeracs will be available for $7 while jambalaya can be purchased for $19, as well as half-price bottles of Arizona wine. The regular menu will also be available. Open to the public, reservations recommended for patio seating. Call 602-200-0085 or visit for more information.



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