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Here's a Sneak Peek at Payton Curry's Menu for Brat Haus

With a "coming soon" announcement first reported in January, Brat Haus, an artisan sausage and craft beer concept from restaurateur Dave Andrea (formerly with Old Town Tortilla Factory, Wild Noodles, and Fat Slim's BBQ), has been keeping diners' curiosities fed with several events and social media updates before its planned opening on Monday, June 25, in the former Oregano's at 3622 North Scottsdale Road in Old Town Scottsdale.

Leading the restaurant's charge of grilled sausages, burgers, Belgian fries, hand-twisted pretzels, and desserts is chef Payton Curry (Digestif, Caffe Boa), who, in January, parted ways with Fabulous Food Fine Catering after just a few weeks, following his being selected to run the Desert Botanical Garden's new restaurant.

So what's on Curry's menu for Brat Haus? Let's take a peek.

Curry's Brat Haus menu will feature a variety of grilled sausages, made in-house or locally by Schreiners Sausage Co., burgers ground daily, hand-twisted pretzels featuring locally ground Hayden Flour Mill flour, and housemade desserts.

Of course, you can wash it all down with one of 24 beers on tap, including brews from Germany and Belgium, a glass of wine, or one of a variety of shakes that can be served up straight or "adult style."

Brat Haus Menu:

Grilled Sausage on a Toasted French Roll Pick a topping: roasted onions, spicy peppers, pickle relish, apricot relish, kraut (Additional toppings .50 each)

Traditional $5.75 - Beer Bratwurst - Spicy Brat - Sweet Brat - Thai Chicken - Vegan Grain Sausage - Kosher style Beef - Chicken w/roasted chilies - Spanish Pork Chorizo

Gourmet $6.75 - Duck, Duck, Dates - Moroccan Lamb - Turkey Loukaniko

Exotic $8.75 - Guest Chef Sausage of the Month - Rattlesnake Ripper (slashed and fried, East Coast-style) - Rabbit & Hops


- "The Haus Favorite" Burger Add Wisconsin Cheddar or Swiss, BH bacon, or fried egg $1 each Solo 4.75 Twins 6.75

- The Brat Burger 6.25 1/3 pork sausage patty topped with a fried egg & Swiss cheese

- The Pig Mac (so suey us) $ 6.75 1/4 lb, pork sausage & 1/4 lb. ground beef, lettuce, pickle, caramelized onion, hush hush sauce

SS Salad Bowls

- Market Salad $6.25 Cobb with green goddess

- Local Farmers Salad don't panic, it's organic Roasted Beets, Citrus Vinaigrette, Goat Cheese, AZ Pecans,

- Brat Chop Spinach, Warm BH Bacon Vinaigrette, Bleu cheese, pretzel croutons

Belgian Fries Thrice cooked fries, served with choice of sauces: Small-One sauce included $2.75 Large-Two dipping sauces included $4.50 lb ish

Dipping Sauces Hush hush sauce, Honey Mustard, Ranch, Truffle aioli, Srircha Aioli, Curry Ketchup, Chipotle aioli

Pretzels $3.50 ea. House Mustards @ the table: Yellow, Dijon, Whole Grain, BOBS Honey Mustard, Curry Ketchup, Ketchup

Dessert - Guinness Date Cake $5 - Ice Cream Sandos - Dang Good Butterscotch Root Beer Float $5 - Shakes; Vanilla, Chocolate, Nutella, Malted Peanut butter, AZ Dateshake - Strauss Farms Soft Serve in a pretzel cone dipped in chocolate with optional candied bacon

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