Supporting the arts in Chandler has never been easier – or more delicious! On Tuesday, February 25, participating restaurants in Chandler will donate a minimum of 25 percent of their breakfast, lunch, and dinner sales to the Chandler Center for the Arts. Donations raised support the Center’s free and low-cost arts programs serving more than 16,800 individuals, including 5,400 children and 2,300 veterans. We at Serrano’s are honored to be a part of the fun so come Eat Your Art Out with us!

Special Appearance by SUCH & Champ Styles

Local street-art graffiti artists Noe “SUCH Styles” Baez and his son, Champ, will be set up in front of the restaurant from 5-7 p.m. where Serrano’s patrons will be encouraged to try their hand at graffiti art using spray paint cans. The artistic duo completed a large mural at Serrano’s downtown Chandler location in November 2019 as part of the restaurant’s centennial celebration.

The father-son team also has a free exhibition on display at the Vision Gallery in downtown Chandler dubbed “Two People, Two Quarters,” which displays 20 pieces of artwork inspired by the retro gaming culture of the 1980s like Pac-Man, Donkey Kong and Mario Bros. Classic arcade games are a part of the display, which runs Feb. 22 through March 27, 2020. Find out more HERE.

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