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www.SanTanSun.com Murphy’s Law to change name


Baldwin says new kilt uniforms will be introduced this month for wait staff at the pub, and the name change will be effective sometime in October. Open since 2008, Murphy’s Law serves many traditional Irish items on its lunch and dinner menu seven days a week, with breakfast on the weekends. Guinness, Harp and other ales and ciders are on draft, with a wide bottled beer menu including offerings from local microbreweries.


Murphy’s is located at 58 S. San Marcos Pl., west of Arizona Avenue and south of Chandler Boulevard in historic downtown Chandler. For details, call 480-812-1588 or find them on the web at www.murphyslawarizona.com.


Business Von Hanson’s turns 7


The popular Irish pub and restaurant in downtown Chandler, Murphy’s Receives Micro Business of the Year award Law, is slated to change its name to Irish Republic this fall when owner Roger Baldwin starts to franchise the concept.


To celebrate the seven year anniversary of Von Hanson’s Meat and Spirits, a free wine tasting with samples of meat and cheese products along with a Chandler Chamber of Commerce ribbon-cutting will be held from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Thu., June 9. The public is invited to attend.


In addition, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sat., June 18, brats will be on sale for $1.49 – with a limit of 2 pounds per customer – and another wine tasting will be held. Also on that day, Von Hanson’s will give away samples from Furbabies, a local Chandler business that makes all natural dog treats.


The second Tuesday of the month is 10 percent Senior Day Discount for those ages 55 and older, with the next discount given on Tues., June 14 on purchases of $30 or more.


Learn about real estate sales


Bankruptcy and short sales are just a couple of the topics included at a seminar at 10 a.m. Sat., June 18 and sponsored by Chandler’s Thompson and Faas Law Firm. The seminar will be held at West USA Revelations, 4050 S. Arizona Ave., Suite 4 in Southern Chandler.


The seminar will provide facts on short selling a house, when to sell real estate, avoiding foreclosure and obtaining relief from debt. Christy Thompson practices in the areas of Chandler bankruptcy, credit repair, loan modification and debt settlement in Arizona. Cheryl McRae Faas’ expertise is in Arizona estate planning and family law.


RSVPs are required. Visit www.arizonalegaladvocacy.com for information, and call 480-634-7480 to reserve a space.


“We are so happy we are still here and have survived the downturn in the economy,” says spokesperson Martha Neese of Von Hanson’s, who says the reason for their success is that they cater to the individual customer’s needs and changes. “This butcher shop has seen a shift in the customer’s requests because of the recession. For example, customers do not like to waste meat, which has created a large demand for our meat packs. Customers are choosing to stock up their freezers for savings.”


Von Hanson’s offers more than 80 varieties of sausages and brats made fresh in the Chandler store’s smokehouse. In addition, the store has Midwestern specialties like “squeaky” cheese curds, small nuggets of cheese that make a high pitched squeak when eaten; Strawberry Rhubarb Crisp; Wisconsin cheeses; Lefse, a thin sheet of Norwegian potato bread; pickled herring; Porketta pork roasts and Bea’s Von Hanson Potato Bake. Von Hanson’s Meats & Spirits is the Chandler Chamber of Commerce’s Micro Business of the Year, and received an award at the Chamber’s 24th Annual Awards dinner recently.


Von Hanson’s, called a “New Old Fashioned Meat Market,” is located at 2390 N. Alma School Rd. between Elliot and Warner roads in Chandler. Hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday and 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday. Call 480-917-2525 for details or visit www.vonhansonsmeats.net.


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