On the success of lunch and dinner Parma Italian Roots now offers Sunday Brunch. The recently opened West Coast style Italian restaurant in Scottsdale serves traditional brunch favorites with a modern Italian twist from 9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Chef Chris Gentile’s Italian influence and California Coastal style cooking uses sweet and savory ingredients that offer guests a unique brunch experience. Bold flavored dishes include Strawberry Marscapone Pancakes, Short Rib South of the Border Hash, Parma Benedict and Breakfast Calzone. All these delicious sounding breakfast options are $13.
For those that “Don’t Like Breakfast” choose the Gnocchi ($13), Pappardelle Bolognese ($15) or one of the other four lunch options.
You can’t do Sunday brunch without cocktails and Parma offers $12 bottomless Mimosa’s and more.
They say to eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dinner like a pauper so it’s time to dust off your crown as Arizona Breakfast Weekend returns July 27th -30th. Whether you prefer egg and bacon or pancakes and sausage you can’t go wrong with the special menus participating restaurants will be creating.
Sponsored by Hickman’s Family Farms and the idea of the Arizona Restaurant Association this opportunity is great for breakfast eaters to sample new restaurants and those who forgo the meal to realize why breakfast is the most important meal of the day.
“For two years now, Arizona Breakfast Weekend has been wowing diners around the state,” said ARA president and CEO, Steve Chucri. “We look forward to its continued success, and growth, for years to come.”
Arizona Breakfast Weekend restaurants
Hash Kitchen – Scottsdale and Arcadia, The Original Breakfast House, Paul Martin’s, Ticoz, Perk Eatery and The Market by Jennifer’s are confirmed to plan special menus for the 3 day event.
Over 50 restaurants are expected to participate surpassing last years almost 50 restaurants, diners and hotels who served hungry morning customers. A full list of restaurants and menus will be available in late June/early July and can be found at http://www.arizonabreakfastweekend.com/
Signature dishes will be created by each restaurant and the price points for each meal will be $7. $10 or $15 and will be at the discretion of each restaurant to correspond to what they’re serving.
Restaurants may opt to serve “breakfast for dinner” on July 28th & 29th and yo can check the website if that’s the case.
“We like to think that Arizona Breakfast Weekend presents restaurants with new opportunities — whether to offer diners a totally new menu or to tweak and expand their existing breakfast and brunch menus,” Chucri added. “Arizona Breakfast Weekend brings the same level of culinary excellence, creativity and diversity as diners have come to expect from Arizona Restaurant Week — but with the added benefit of starting off your day with us.”
Tis the season to EAT, drink and be merry and the Original Breakfast House in Phoenix has the “eat” part covered for you. OBH owner John Stidham has added several seasonal items to his breakfast menu including Reindeer Sausage Scramble ($10.95), Pumpkin Pecan Pancakes($9.95) try saying that 3Xs after some Eggnog, Coconut Macaroons ($2.25) and Gluten Free Brownies ($3.25).
The unique & tasty sounding Reindeer Sausage Scramble comes with Smoked Gouda Cheese and roasted red peppers.
Original Breakfast House is at 13623 N. 32nd St (at Thunderbird) Phoenix 85032. 602-482-2328 & is open 7 days a week from 6:30 am – 2pm http://www.obhphx.com/
In honor of National Autism Awareness Month, ASU Autism Research Program is hosting their first ever Zoowalk Kick-off Pajamas and Pancakes event. It’s breakfast for dinner! Come in your pajamas and enjoy a delicious meal!
Sunday, April 28, 2013
4:00pm – 8:00pm
My AZ Kitchen
3821 E. Baseline Rd. #J140
Gilbert, AZ 85234
(East end of the Frys Plaza between HR Block and the Airsoft Arena)
Fun for the whole family! Entertainment includes Bread Making Class, face painting, T-Shirt design, and a mini Farmers Market. Door prizes for everyone dressed in their pajamas.
Enjoy a delicious meal with gluten-free and casein-free options. Prepared by Chef W and his assistants; including those with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder).
Enjoy from a selection of pancakes*, eggs, bacon, and sausage with your choice of coffee or orange juice available. *gluten-free and casein-free options available.
Suggested donation $5 for adults $2 for children under 12.
Volunteers are needed for set-up, cooking, to serve and clean up.