If you’ve got a craving for the kind of sticky, fried and otherwise decadent food that only a true Texas State Fair can offer, stop on by to TEXAZ Grill through Oct. 21 to sample the State Fair Menu.

It’s only natural that the Valley’s most Texas-centric steakhouse gets into the State Fair spirit with such Lone Star State classics as “Fletcher’s Original State Fair Corny Dog” and the iconic Frito Pie.

The Corny Dog ($6), a State Fair of Texas staple since 1942, comes with two servings accompanied by a bag of Frito’s. The Frito Pie ($5.50) is said to be invented in the 1930s by Daisy Dean Doolin, mother of the founder of the Frito-Lay company. TEXAZ Grill’s version features homemade chili presented in a small bag of Fritos corn chips, topped with onions, cheese and served with a plastic spoon.

TEXAZ Grill is located at 6003 N. 16th St. For more information, call 602-248-STAR (7827) or visit www.texazgrill.com.




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