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Joey Maggiore's Notorious Burgers to Open in Scottsdale Sunday, January 26 (Here's a Peek at the Menu)

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Add gourmet burgers to the list of dining options at the Shops at Gainey Ranch as of Sunday, January 26, when Notorious Burgers opens its doors.

This will be the second restaurant in the shopping center to come from restauranteur Joey Maggiore, the son of Tomaso's owner Tomaso Maggiore. Notorious Burger fills the storefront adjacent to Cuttlefish, Maggiore's coastal Italian restaurant that opened late last year.

See also: Bottled Blonde: New Restaurant and Concert Venue Going Into Former Axis-Radius Space in Scottsdale

In addition to the menu below, kids will be able to choose from their own "Junior Mafia" menu which features options such as Melina's Smack n' Grilled Cheese and Guiliana's Sliders. There's also a dessert menu with Italian-inspired dishes such as tiramisu, s'mores, and neapolitan panna cotta.

Notorious Burgers will be open from 11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. daily. Stay tuned to the Notorious Burgers Facebook page for more information.

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