On Saturday June 1st, from 6 p.m. -8 p.m. Tom’s Thumb Fresh Market will be hosting “The Desert Stangs” Mustang Club and invite all to come check out these American classic cars. The cars owner, who are very passionate about the cars, will be happy to talk about their cars. Mustang Club members will get a free car wash between 5:00 -6:00 p.m.
During this time customers can enjoy beer and wine for $1 off while checking out these cool cars. You can also dine at Tom’s Thumb with their award-winning BBQ and southern inspired food.
There is no cost to attend.
Tom’s Thumb Fresh Market at 9393 E. Bell Road Scottsdale 85260 (480)513-8186 http://facebook.com/toms-thumb-fresh-market
Leafs turning colors, football and baseballs playoffs in full swing are just some of the things that happen in the month of October. It’s also Oktoberfest when beer is on the brain and Tom’s Thumb Fresh Market www.TomsThumbFreshMarket.com is celebrating with its 1st beer dinner on October 18th. This 4 course dinner pairs Chef Trudie’s BBQ with beers from Grand Canyon Brewing Co. The dinner is part Tom’s “101 & Bell” classes. Brian Udvardi from World Class Beverages will be on hand to discuss the beers. Guests will enjoy a four-course meal from 6:30 – 8pm. Cost for dinner is $36 per person. Pre-paid reservations are required and can be by calling or visiting the market (480-513-8186 / 9393 E. Bell Rd., Scottsdale).
Below is the pairing menu.
Artichoke-Parmesan stuffed Jalapeño wrapped in Prosciutto
Grand Canyon Pilsner
Butternut Squash Soup with Smoked Pulled Pork, Chipotle Crema and Pepitas
Grand Canyon Sunset Amber
Sliced Smoked Brisket over Black Beans served with Fiesta Slaw and Jalapeño Cornbread
Grand Canyon IPA
Harvest Pumpkin Cake with Pumpkin Porter-Agave reduction
Grand Canyon Pumpkin Porter
Fast cars and good food are just 2 of America’s favorite past times. On the morning of Saturday, Sept. 22nd the 2 come together as Tom’s Thumb Fresh Market welcomes The Ferrari Club of America Desert Region, The AZ Lamborghini Club and Scuderia Southwest. Tom’s Thumb Fresh Market has been voted one of Phoenix Magazine’s Best New Restaurants in the Valley and Ferrari’s and Lamborghini’s are some of the most exotic cars made.
Local car enthusiast and collectors will cruise the Scottsdale streets to Tom’s Thumb Fresh Market Place to display their beautiful pieces of rolling art.
Gas, check. Coffee, check. Breakfast, check. Detailed Car Washes with the crew in white jump suits, check. Tom’s Thumb has everything these auto devotees could want on an early Saturday morning.
Chef Tudie has whipped up a wide variety of breakfast items to accompany the coffee bar including whole grain waffles-served with maple or agave syrup for $5.99, a BLT with apple wood smoked bacon, fried egg, crisp lettuce, fresh sliced tomatoes and aioli on lightly toasted whole grain artisan bread with shoestring fries for $7.99, Breakfast Tacos with flour tortillas, pico de gallo and a side of chipotle salsa Potato, Egg and Cheese for $4.99.
This is a great time to come and bring the whole family out to view one-of-a-kind automobiles such as the Lamborghini Countach & Diablo, the Ferrari 512TR, the Porsche 996 Twin Turbo, and many more exotics and vintage cars. These are the type of automobiles you will typically see at Barrett Jackson and Russo Steele in January!
So bring your camera and your appetite. This just the start of some of the Fall activities planned at Tom’s Thumb for your family and your car.
Saturday, September 22nd
Tom’s Thumb Fresh Market is at 9393 E. Bell Road on the Southwest corner of 94th and Bell in North Scottsdale. The market is open from 6 am – 10pm. Pumps are open 24 hours. Contact Tom’s online at TomsThumbFreshMarket.com and at 480-513-8186 or on Facebook (toms-thumb-fresh-market) and the Twitter (@thethumb1).
Tom’s Thumb Fresh Market http://www.tomsthumbfreshmarket.com/ starts a series of tasty educational classes in August covering everything from wine, grilling, and cooking. It’s “101 & Bell” sessions provide the basics and beyond from the experts at this unique corner market.
Chuck Hesson, the market manager and a certified Sommelier, hosts the first class “Wine & BBQ “– a Wine 101 pairing varietals with the tangy, smoky flavors of barbecue. The event starts at 6:30 pm with a tasting of five wines and light appetizers. Hesson will describe how each pairs with the different qualities of meats and sauces of the restaurant’s award-winning barbecue.
After the tasting, guests will sit for a 3-course dinner with their choice of barbecue entrée and their choice of one glass wine. Additional drinks are available for purchase.
Cost for the tasting course and dinner is $60 per couple or $35 per individual. Pre-paid reservations are required and can be made online or at the market.
Wednesday, August 8
6:30 – 8:30 pm
Tom’s Thumb Fresh Market
9393 E. Bell Rd. • Scottsdale 85260
Five food friendly wines from around the world:
- Italian Prosecco
- Oregon Rose
- Oregon Pinot Noir
- French Cote du Rhone
- Californian Syrah
- Choice of soup or salad
- Choice of the Two Meat Platter, Grilled Salmon or Rib Platter
- Choice of Strawberry Shortcake or Peach Cobbler
Here is an update for some new additions to Tom’s Thumb Fresh Market which is on the Southwest corner of 94th and Bell Roads and continues to be more than just a gas station. The corner store has quickly become a neighborhood meeting spot for a cup of locally roasted coffee at Pinnacle Perk or breakfast and lunch at the Campfire Bistro. This week, the Bistro introduces an expanded dinner menu and full table service from 4:30 – 8pm nightly. The new offerings coincide with its license approval to serve beer and wine.
Chef Tudie Frank-Johnson has taken the café’s award-winning barbecue and Southern-inspired specialties to create a range of family dinner-worthy dishes. Headlining the menu are the Barbecue Ribs – a half rack of ribs with two side dishes for $16. The Campfire Bistro ribs recently took top honors at the Channel 15 Sonoran Living BBQ Challenge.
Also on the menu are Grilled Salmon over Smashed Sweet Potatoes with Red Pepper Coulis and Sautéed Zucchini with Shallots ($13.99), Crab Cakes, and rotating specials like Blackened Catfish with Fries, Fiesta Slaw and Drizzled with Chipolte Aioli ($10.99) and Peach Cobbler ($3.99).
“The community has been so supportive of Tom’s and everything we offer. The Bistro is truly becoming the meeting place we’ve hoped for – where neighbors come in for breakfast or business people for lunch,” says operator Jonathan Kish. “We’re excited to be able to offer a formal dinner menu for our guests to enjoy in the evening with their friends and families.”
The dinner menu is available from 4:30 – 8pm nightly when the Bistro transforms into a full restaurant with table service.
Tom’s Thumb also is now serving beer and wine by the bottle and glass. The selection changes weekly and comes from its range of affordable, high quality wines and craft beers selected by Market Sommelier Chuck Hesson. Prices range from $4 – 5 per bottle for beer and $5 – 11 for wine. Drinks are $1 off during happy hour from 3 – 6pm daily.
Tom’s Thumb Fresh Market is located at 9393 E. Bell Road, Scottsdale on the SouthWest corner of 94th and Bell. Find menus and other updates about the market on its website, TomsThumbFreshMarket.com, on Facebook (facebook.com/Toms-Thumb-Fresh-Market) and the Twitter (@TheThumb1). 480-513-8186.