Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Roaring Fork kicks of the bustling holiday season in Arizona adding a brand new Sunday brunch to their repertoire introducing hearty, brunch favorites to the breakfast menu from Executive Chef, Bryan Hulihee.  The official Sunday brunch start date begins on November 14th for the price of nineteen dollars per person, and will continue every Sunday in season through Mother’s Day, 2011.  Brunch will be served from 10:00am-2:00pm and includes a buffet style menu offering a bread table, savory Cold & Hot item station, Egg & Carving tables as well as a tasty dessert station.  Menu items include:
§  Sticky Cinnamon Buns
§  Waffles with warm syrup and whipped cream
§  Candied jalapeno coleslaw
§  Apple walnut orzo salad
§  Classic eggs Benedict
§  Breakfast flat bred with spinach, tomatoes, eggs and white cheddar
§  Green Chile Pork Stew
§  Biscuits and Sausage Gravy
§  Sage and Cornbread Stuffing
§  Scalloped potatoes and roasted chilies
§  Green Chile cheese grits with cheddar and bacon
§  Pecan Pie Diamonds
§  Banana Foster bread pudding
§  Fruit tarts

In addition, signature Mimosas and Bloody Mary’s will be available throughout brunch services for $5.00 each.

Chef, Bryan Hulihee says, “We are so thrilled to roll out our brunch menu as it gives our regular diners and also new guests a true Southwestern breakfast experience with a signature “Fork” twist.”

Roaring Fork is where bold American Western Cooking featuring wood-fire techniques meets unmatched service, genuine hospitality and a contemporary ambiance.  The menu embraces the flavors created by the wood-fired rotisserie, open flame grill, and stone hearth oven to create gourmet cuisine.  Located on the corner of Scottsdale Road and Chaparral, (4800 N. Scottsdale Road), Roaring Fork is open daily for happy hour in the Saloon at 4 p.m. and for dinner nightly in the dining room at 5 p.m.  Patio Dining, Private Dining Accommodations, and Complimentary Valet Parking are available.  For more information please call 480.947.0795 or visit the website at Roaringfork.com

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