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Flourish: New Restaurant Now Open at CopperWynd Resort in Fountain Hills

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Today, the folks behind Sedona's Enchantment Resort and Mii amo spa have opened Flourish, a new restaurant inside the recently revamped CopperWynd Resort in Fountain Hills. Headed up by chef Mike Winneker, the restaurant serves "an ever-changing menu of farm-fresh, healthful" food. 

Like Enchantment Group's restaurants in Sedona, Flourish focuses on sustainable ingredients used to create entrees such as Vietnamese-style crepes, made with black trumpet mushrooms, pork belly confit, and arugula, or seasonal Chef's Kettle soups, such as parsnip and poblano bisque with chorizo hush puppies and toasted walnut oil. The restaurant will serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner, in addition to offering weekday happy hour. 

In the lounge and outdoor dining area, Flourish serves a bar menu and organic wines, craft beers and signature cocktails made with cold-pressed juices. 

Flourish 
13225 N. Eagle Ridge Drive, Fountain Hills
480-333-1900
www.flourishaz.com

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