Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Spotted Donkey Opens For Brunch

The Spotted Donkey Cantina in North Scottsdale, known for its innovative Southwest Mexican cuisine and picturesque outdoor patio with views of the expansive 12-million year old boulder piles, opens for Brunch every Saturday and Sunday from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Executive Chef, Esteban Colon adds new menu items including:
· Avocado, Cucumber and Honey-Dew Chilled Soup served with fennel-radish and mango salad
· Roasted Golden Beet Salad with crispy goat cheese and chile glazed pecans, served in a Shallot-balsamic vinaigrette
· Atlantic Salmon BLT with caper and roasted garlic mayo, butter lettuce, bacon and avocado
· Huevos Rancheros served with white corn tortillas, house made Mexican salsas and Asadero cheese
· Green Chilaquilles Con Pollo with pulled-chicken tortilla pastel and green salsa served with an over-easy egg
· French toast made with house made banana brioche served with Vermont maple syrup and fruit compote
· Stuffed Omelet served with shrimp, spinach, wild mushrooms, vidalia onions, and Vermont cheddar
· BBQ Quesadilla with Oaxaca cheese, watercress salad, Mango-pico and arbol chile salsa with a choice of pork, chicken or beef
All Brunch menu items range in price from $8.00 to $12.00. In addition, happy hour pricing for cocktails will
be available consisting of draft and bottled beer for $3.00; wines by the glass for $6.00 and 15% off of bottles; well drinks and frozen margaritas (including Blood Orange, Prickly Pear, Mango, and Strawberry) for $5.00; and specialty cocktails (including Ruby Red, the Watermelon Mojito, Cactus Heart, & Horseshoe Margarita) will be $2.00 off.

The Spotted Donkey Cantina provides a fresh selection of Southwestern classics with flavor of the west. Owned and operated by Cliff Skoglund and Robert Hall, the restaurant offers great food and a relaxing atmosphere.

34505 North Scottsdale Road in Scottsdale, Arizona.
El Pedregal encompasses 80,000 square feet of space filled with fascinating boutiques, Southwestern apparel, intriguing art galleries, and fun and casual dining. Over 15 shops surround an enticing courtyard and amphitheater, which features a variety of entertainment offerings.


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