Downtown Chandler will host brunch crawl event May 15

The You’re Bacon Me Crazy Brunch Crawl will take place in downtown Chandler on May 15 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. (Courtesy Downtown Chandler Community Partnership)
The You’re Bacon Me Crazy Brunch Crawl will take place in downtown Chandler on May 15 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. (Courtesy Downtown Chandler Community Partnership)

The You’re Bacon Me Crazy Brunch Crawl will take place in downtown Chandler on May 15 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. (Courtesy Downtown Chandler Community Partnership)

Downtown Chandler will be the site of a brunch crawl this May, according to a news release from the Downtown Chandler Community Partnership.

The You’re Bacon Me Crazy Brunch Crawl will take place in downtown Chandler on May 15 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. The self-guided crawl features 14 of the downtown’s brunch spots. Participants may enjoy a $7 food-and-drink special at each location with the purchase of a $20 ticket.

Registration will be staggered, with 10 a.m. and noon time slots, according to the news release. Masks will be required, and branded brunch-crawl masks will be handed out at registration.

Registration will take place outside at the Crowne Plaza San Marcos Resort with social distancing measures in place.

As part of social distancing efforts, participants may utilize the city of Chandler’s Dine in the Park program in Dr. A.J. Chandler Park and the Courtyard, according to the release. Through the program, individuals may enjoy beer or wine offered in sealed to-go containers in the park during posted hours.


“This is a fun opportunity for people to get a taste for all that Downtown Chandler has to offer—delicious brunch spots, expertly crafted drinks and live entertainment all weekend long,” said Mary Murphy-Bessler, executive director of the Downtown Chandler Community Partnership, in the news release.

The You’re Bacon Me Crazy Brunch Crawl was created by the DCCP in 2019 as a way to support the many locally owned businesses in downtown Chandler, according to the release.

Visit www.downtownchandler.org/brunchcrawl for more information.


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