FnB, the Scottsdale eatery of eclectic American comfort food courtesy of front-of-the-house pro Pavle Milic and chef Charleen Badman, is back from summer break and will be open for business tomorrow -- Wednesday, September 7 -- with a new menu to share.
Think manti, hand-pulled mozzarella, and grilled corn along with main dishes of pasta with Schreiner's sausage, ribeye, and sea bass.
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Unfortunately, according to the menu, it appears FnB's liquor license situation isn't resolved yet, meaning BYOB with a $15 corkage fee (waived for any Arizona wine) and a $5 flat fee for beer.
See the full FnB new summer menu after the jump.