Sure, we give Phoenix’s East Valley our very best year-round as your Scottsdale collision repair specialists. We only put in that much work, though, so that we can give the very best back to our loved ones.
The world doesn’t stop turning every Easter Sunday, but it certainly slows to a crawl in many places. Families worldwide set aside day-to-day rigmarole so that they can all sit together and enjoy a peaceful, joyful meal.
Still, some years, who really feels like cooking? We have our moments when we need a moment away from Scottsdale collision repair responsibilities, no matter how much we love what we do. Likewise, if Easter Sunday comes and you find that you simply can’t muster producing a massive spread, these area eateries will be hearing the hungry call of duty this Easter. Just the same way we take the worry out of your Scottsdale collision repair needs, let them make you an Easter dining experience to remember fondly…
· Il Terrazzo, The Phoenician, Scottsdale
Scottsdale’s AAA five-diamond rated Phoenician resort houses Il Terrazzo, which orchestrates a most opulent weekly Sunday brunch. The $35/person price includes a three-course, pre-fix menu highlighted by starter, entrée and dessert selections and paired with Starbucks coffee, Prosecco and juice. For an extra $10, enjoy additional full access to the extensive breakfast buffet.
Popular starters can range from arancini and smoked salmon, to seared ahi tuna. For entrees, perhaps sample the short-rib sliders or shrimp macaroni and cheese, if not the superb steak frites.
Save room for the dizzying tower of desserts including cream puffs, cheesecake, s’mores and more confections.
· Brittlebush Bar & Grill, Westin Kierland Resort & Spa, Scottsdale
Housed at Scottsdale’s Westin Kierland Resort and Spa, the Brittlebrush Bar and Grille is an opulent Scottish Gastropub that inventively melds traditional Scottish faire with southwestern signature flavors. It’s a Phoenix destination for such celebrated favorites of Scotland as haggis, traditional Scottish scones and black pudding, as well as elegant curiosities such as lobster mac & cheese and cornbread French toast. Your breakfast menu, designed by Chef Graeme Blair, will be served anytime from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. amid a dog-friendly patio surrounded with lawn activities such as croquet and highlighted by a build-your-own-Bloody-Mary bar.
· Cafe ZuZu inside Scottsdale’s Hotel Valley Ho
The 60s-throwback Hotel Valley Ho plays host to a most satisfying brunch itself, complete the ZuZu Sunday Bloody Mary Bar. Once the server delivers your ice-filled glass and shot glass of your personally selected vodka, you’ll adjourn to the bar to blend your personalized mix, spice and garnish concoction. That’s only where the odyssey of tastes begins, as you can also partake of eggs benedict, egg-white omelets, stuffed French toast, cheese grits and other delicious selections.
From the Scottsdale collision repair professionals who keep Phoenix’s East Valley riding high in style, have a happy Easter. Dig in!