Crudo Cafe Readies to Launch Dinner Menu

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It's been two months and change since the adventurous Crudo Cafe opened inside Scottsdale's Steven Paul Salon at 7035 E. 3rd Ave. in Old Town Scottsdale. The tiny eatery has been serving breakfast and lunch, and now chefs Cullen Campbell of the now defunct Fine's Cellar and Brandon Crouser, formerly of Atlas Bistro, are finally ready to unveil a slew of creative dinner offerings.

Crudo received their alcohol license this week, and they plan to rollout a limited version of the dinner menu -- plus libations -- in approximately three weeks. Offerings will include tuno crudo with lardo and truffles, yellowtail stew and gnocchi with prosciutto and herbs.

Take a sneak peek at selections from the new dinner menu.

The anticipated Grand Opening, with full dinner menu, is tentatively slated for January. Dinner will be served on the patio from 5:30-9:30 Wednesday through Saturday. 

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