Here's The Grind's New Weekend Breakfast Menu

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Just a little more than a week after owners Allen and Traci Thompson opened a second location of their popular Arcadia burger joint, The Grind, in North Scottsdale, the two are getting both locations into the weekend breakfast business, starting tomorrow, Saturday, September 22.

See also: Owners of The Grind to Open Second Location in North Scottsdale

At 9 a.m. on Saturdays and Sundays, breakfast biters will be able to choose from a small selection of a.m. American eats, watch NCAA and NFL games, and, for the inaugural weekend, score Blood Marys for three bucks.

Here's what's on the menu.

Staying true to its burger roots, there's Breakfast Grind Style,($11) a cheeseburger topped with hash browns, fried egg, and bacon and a Grand Kobe Breakfast ($17) featuring a Kobe beef burger with three eggs cooked to order, hash browns, and toast.

There's also breakfast sandwiches like the All Nighter ($8), made with bacon, ham, cheddar, and a fried egg on an English muffin and a Grind Breakfast Wrap ($10) in a flour tortilla.

The kiddies get chocolate chip pancakes with a choice of juice or milk for six bucks.

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