As the Waste Management Phoenix Open returns Feb. 1 to Feb. 7 to TPC Scottsdale, golf lovers are undoubtedly seeking the best Bloody Marys and brunchy bites to cap off their fun-filled week. Here’s where to dine pre- or post-Open in Scottsdale.
Scottsdale’s Hash Kitchen is home of the state’s largest Bloody Mary bar and known for its hashes, over-the-top pancakes and unique brunch eats like cannoli doughnuts and breakfast cannelloni. Plus, there are endless beverage options for sipping before or after the “Greatest Show on Grass.” Pictured.
Catch every minute of Scottsdale’s annual tournament at Kelly’s at SouthBridge on the 24-plus flat-screen TV’s. Try a limited-edition Byrdie, Bogie or Chip “Shot” drink special, or reserve a personal viewing lounge featuring your very own 55-in. television. Bottle service and private event rooms available upon reservation.
Overlooking TPC Scottsdale, home of the Waste Management Phoenix Open, Toro Latin Restaurant & Rum Bar serves up tastings of its 151 rums and decadent dishes like “suviche” (Toro’s signature combination of Asian sushi and Latin ceviche), wok dishes and char-grilled Brazilian churrasco.
For breakfast, Zinqué in Scottsdale has made-from-scratch French pastries including chocolate croissants and madeleines and morning plates like crispy sunny eggs with prosciutto, offering delicious fuel before heading to the tourney.
Belle’s Nashville Kitchen in Old Town delivers Nashville eats like Nashville hot chicken sandwiches, honky tonk fries and cowboy breakfast. Sip Music City-style cocktails like a Cold Brew Fashioned and Smoke Show, made with Union Mezcal, to round out a fun-filled week.
On Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Blue Clover Distillery’s outdoor patio in Old Town hosts weekend brunch with bottomless mimosas, spicy Bloody Marys handcrafted with Blue Clover’s pepper-infused vodka and Southwest-inspired eats.