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Chef Wade Moises Unveils New Menus at Adobe Restaurant

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If you're not a regular at the swanky Arizona Biltmore Golf Club, Adobe Restaurant probably isn't on your radar. And even if you are, you might think of the restaurant as just a pitstop on your way to the championship courses. 


But that might change now that Wade Moises is in charge.

The chef -- whose was previously co-owner of Downtown's PastaBar, exec chef at Sassi, and a cook at two of Mario Batali's celebrated NYC eateries -- has just revamped the lunch and breakfast menus, in the hopes that locals won't need golf as an excuse to stop by for a bite. 

For breakfast (ADOBEBREAKFAST1010.docx) look for omelets (I'm hungry for the one with roasted pork, caramelized onions, and arugula), rustic egg dishes, and sweets like buttermilk pancakes and French toast. Lunch (see the full menu on the next page) features half a dozen salads and a variety of $8 sandwiches, from tuna with escarole and red onion on brioche, to Italian sausage with peppers, onions, and braised greens.

Moises tells me a dinner menu will soon be in the works as well. Stay tuned.

SALAD 

Mozzarella/Tomato/Basil/9

Tuna/Ceci/Escarole/Pineuts/Lemon/Crostini/9

*Hanger Steak/Arugula/Tomato/Balsamic/Parmigiano/12

*Arugula/Red Onion/Pecans/Pears/Local goat cheese/7

 Egg/ Trumpets Royal/Arugula/Pecorino toscana/10

Local Lettuces/Local Roots/Yulu Seeds/6

CAESaR/COBB/11

HOT SANDWICHES 8

Grass Fed Organic Beef DOG

Onion/Relish/Mustard/bun

Italian Sausage 

Peppers/Onions/braised greens/Roll

*Double Check Burger

Lettuce/Tomato/Grilled Onion/MJ Bun

Prosciutto

Fontina/Arugula/Grilled Country Bread

Pork Shoulder

Cabbage/Apples/Grain Mustard/Roll

Grilled Cheese

Fontina /Country Bread

Cold Sandwiches 8

Tuna

Escarole/Red onion/Mayo/Brioche Bun

Turkey

Emmenthaler/1000 Island/slaw/tomato/whole wheat

Salame

Pecorino Primo Sale/Arugula/Tomato/Baguette

Bacon 

Romaine/tomato/lemon mayo/Pullman Toast

D.I.Y.Sandwiches Whole 9/ half 7

served with lettuce, tomato, onion, mayo, pickle

MEAT

HAM

Turkey

Bacon

Chicken Breast

Tuna

Salame

Prosciutto

SIDES/Snacks 3

Sicilian Fries OLIVES Pork and Beans Tomato Side Salad Mixed Nuts

French Fries         Salame Tuscan Fries Prosciutto Potato Salad Cheese

Coleslaw Cottage Cheese Farm Vegetable

SWEETS

Lisa's mini Chocolate brownie layer cake 5

Local Artisan Ice Cream/Sorbet/Gelato 3.5

Home Made Pie or Cake of the Day 4

CANNED BEER 4.5

4Peaks SUNBRU
Prescott LIQUID AMBER

New Belgium FAT TIRE

4 Peaks KILTLIFTER

5.5

Guinness Stout/Boddingtons Pub Ale

TAPBEER 4/5.5/10

BudLight/Stella/ HoeGaarden

Ask to see our winelist!

DRINKS

SODA/ICED TEA/TEA/COFFEE/ICED COFFEE/BOTTLED WATER

2.5

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