The third annual Arizona Breakfast Weekend is July 27-30 and gives diners an opportunity to find a favorite new brunch or breakfast spot with prix-fixe pricing.
Author: Tony Pontecorvo
Blaze Pizza takes the fast-casual concept, turns it up a few hundred degrees and brings artisanal pizza with the best ingredients to multiple locations in the Valley.
Salt and Lime Modern Mexican Grill on Shea Boulevard takes the classic formula of Mexican food and margaritas and brings it up a level.
Gino’s East recently opened its first Arizona location in Arcadia on Indian School Road after 50 years as a Chicago staple.
Kona Grill has been serving Scottsdale since 1998, but it’s fifth Arizona location at Scottsdale Quarter may be the best one yet.
Brat Haüs, located in Old Town Scottsdale, sets itself apart from the fray with a unique atmosphere, casual food made from scratch and a world-class beer list. Killer cocktails help, also.
For summertime, Executive Chef Josh Bracher has taken the dishes that have quickly made Sonata’s a favorite for foodies in the Valley and made them more summer-friendly.
Joe’s Midnight Run on Central Avenue in Phoenix has quickly become known as a go-to spot for late-night eats, but has an excellent brunch menu as well.
Liberty Station American Tavern & Smokehouse is the newest concept from the team behind North Scottsdale favorite Market Street Kitchen.
The House Brasserie in Old Town Scottsdale has released its new brunch menu and it is as eclectic and wonderful as the 1939 bungalow where the restaurant is located.