You don't need to twist my arm to read menus, especially when the food is French and the setting is charming Petite Maison in Scottsdale.
The restaurant tweaks its offerings pretty much daily, but these new lunch and dinner menus are what the restaurant's PR gal Wendy Goldman calls "a more seasonal change."
To me, that means they're doing the legwork on the coq au vin and all I need to do is show up hungry for it. And have you been there for lunch yet? I haven't -- and I've already got my eye on a piping hot bowl of mussels.
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