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FnB: "Late Night Love" This Sunday Will Be Last Chance to Dine Before Summer Break

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If you've been thinking about a visit to FnB lately, better start making reservations in a hurry.

The Scottsdale eatery of eclectic American comfort food courtesy of front-of-the-house pro Pavle Milic and chef Charleen Badman, will close on Monday, August 1, for a monthlong staff sabbatical. Let's hope that nasty liquor license situation gets resolved when FnB returns on Wednesday, September 7.

Your very last chance to visit? This Sunday, when FnB will share a final evening of "Late Night Love" with Badman cooking up her fried chicken and potato salad for twelve dollars between 9 and 10 p.m.

Planning a visit before the curtain drops? Get FnB's latest menu after the jump.

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