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FnB Back with New Late Summer Menu

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They're baaaaaaack!

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.

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.

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