Arizona Breakfast Weekend
Valley chefs and restaurateurs are uniting for an event that celebrates the most important meal of the day: breakfast. The third annual Arizona Breakfast Weekend, sponsored by Hickman’s Family Farms, hits eateries July 27-30. Diners will enjoy special dishes at breakfast and brunch spots around the Valley.
Confirmed restaurants so far include: Hash Kitchen – Scottsdale and Arcadia, The Original Breakfast House, Paul Martin’s, Ticoz, Perk Eatery and The Market by Jennifer’s.
Nearly 50 restaurants participated last year, and it is anticipated that number will increase this year. A full list of participating restaurants and menus will be available in late June/early July at www.arizonabreakfastweekend.com.
The brainchild of and produced by Arizona Restaurant Association, Arizona Breakfast Weekend offers lovers of all things egg, bacon, and toast the chance to dine on special breakfast dishes and brunch experiences at restaurants, diners and hotels around the Valley of the Sun. Chefs will have the chance to curate new recipes and to wow breakfast lovers by elevating and celebrating the morning meal.
Breakfast Weekend will feature three dining price points ($7, $10 or $15) and each restaurant that participates will offer a signature dish or combination that corresponds with the price point.
With breakfast being such a popular meal, some restaurants may choose to offer a “breakfast for dinner” option on July 28 and 29; check website for full details.
“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.”
“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.”
Don’t miss a pancake: check out ArizonaBreakfastWeek.com or Facebook.com/AZBreakfastweek.com for frequent updates.
About Breakfast Weekend: Introduced in Summer 2015, the annual Arizona Breakfast Weekend is designed to highlight the most important meal of the day by elevating breakfast and brunch options around the Valley. Restaurants will offer unique breakfast dishes and brunch experiences at varying prices for all four tasty mornings. More information is available at www.arizonabreakfastweekend.com. Arizona Breakfast Weekend is produced by the Arizona Restaurant Association.