Brunch is perfect for those who enjoy breakfast food, but aren’t suitable for mornings. It’s the perfect time to meet with friends, eat, and grab a morning, or afternoon, drink. In Arizona, the place to be for brunch is in the heart of Scottsdale. While Scottsdale is full of many amazing brunch restaurants, here are just three of them.
Butters Café is a large family friendly restaurant serving, in their words, “the finest and freshest ingredients available.” They have two different locations, both in Scottsdale, and are open seven days a week from 6:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. You can find many classic breakfast and lunch dishes here. Some customer favorites are the French Toast, the Eggs Benedict, the Corned Beef Hash Skillet, and the Wildberry Bliss Cakes.
Hash is the type of place that will meet your every brunch aesthetic needs. This place isn’t like others because it’s purposely designed for both locals, as well as visitors. They’re known for the creative take they put on the food and restaurants. They have a total of three locations open here, with another one coming soon. They’re also open seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. on weekdays, and 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. on weekends. Some popular dishes are the Huevos Rancheros, the Lump Crab, and the Breakfast Bruschetta. Still not sold? What if you were told that Hash is the home of Arizona’s largest Bloody Mary?
Last, but not least, Farm and Craft. Farm and Craft is all about the community. The restaurant is fairly small compared to others, but they won’t disappoint. Some favorites include the Eggs with Scramble, the Rustic Salmon Bowl, and the Avocado Toast. What’s unique about this place is they have a wide variety of healthy fresh pressed juice options. You can find something from the Essential Kale, which benefits brain function and vitality, to the Patrick, which will boost the immune system and help with clear skin.