Old Town Scottsdale
Arcadia Farms Cafe
Dine like you’re at a grown up tea party (with mimosas)
This is where you take your grandma for her birthday, your mother for Mother’s Day, or the new person you’re dating and trying to impress for a brunch to remember. Arcadia Farms, which has become one of Scottsdale’s most beloved cafes over the past two decades, emanates the feeling of a charming and luxe garden party -- but with better food. Open for brunch on weekends from 7am to 3pm, its menu features an impressive, shareable brunch board, peach French toast casserole and a crab cake benedict all crafted with fresh, local, and organic ingredients.
Maple & Ash
Chicago transplant Maple & Ash has taken hold of Old Town Scottsdale, producing a barrage of envy-inducing Instagram posts featuring champagne guns, decadent-looking steaks, and build-your-own ice cream sundaes. Now, if you want to get in on the fun without the high-end steak prices, you can opt for brunch, which if you ask us, is even better. Every Sunday from 10am to 2pm you can enjoy a full brunch complete with an egg station, carving station, made-to-order pancakes and more for just $45 a person. Even better? You can enjoy bottomless champagne for just $20 more.