A popular breakfast restaurant in Phoenix’s Sunnyslope neighborhood is set to open its second location this month.
Scramble, which offers a fast-casual experience and morning fare, will be opening a Scottsdale location on February 10, according to an announcement made Tuesday. The new location is set to span 3,100 square feet — including a 1,100 square-foot dog-friendly patio — at 66590 N. Scottsdale Road, on the northwest corner of East Lincoln Drive.
The new location will feature the same menu, brizza (breakfast pizza) and all, but with the addition of alcoholic beverages, from beer and wine to mimosas and bloody Marys.
“We’re not only thrilled to join the world-class Scottsdale culinary community,” said Scottsdale resident and Scramble co-owner Laura Fettig,”but we’re excited to be in this particularly dynamic new location with all of its food superstars.”
Two celebrity chefs have restaurants in the same strip. Vevo by Joey Maggiore and Sumo Maya by German Osio are set to neighbor the new Scramble.
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