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5 Best Places for Breakfast in Scottsdale

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Shine, our annual pocket guide to all things Scottsdale, is out. And this year, local artist Luster Kaboom is taking readers on an illustrated ride through the city's best spots for food, drink, art, and entertainment.

Here, in no particular order, are the five best places for breakfast in Scottsdale. To see what else made the list, check out the complete Shine guide on our website. Enjoy!

See also: - 4 Best Places for a Snack in Scottsdale - 5 Best Places for Coffee in Scottsdale

Alo Café South African biscotti and Spanish omelets are some of the items you'll find at this cozy new European-style cafe in an expanded 1960s-era garage.

Zuzu Greet the morning with French toast stuffed with lemon cream cheese or short rib hash at this retro-cool spot of mid-century swank inside the Valley Ho.

Lo-Lo's Chicken & Waffles Rise 'n' shine to Southern-style offerings of killer fried chicken, cinnamon-kissed waffles, thick gravy, cheesy grits, and homestyle biscuits.

Distrito Breakfast at celebu-chef Jose Garces' restaurant inside The Saguaro hotel means modern Mexican delights like tres leches French toast and eggs Benedict made with chorizo, tomato, and black truffle Hollandaise.

Orange Table Boozy breakfast cocktails and dishes like jalapeño and pecan pancakes and bananas Foster French toast make this hidden-away spot worth getting out of bed for.

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