This weekend, Salut Kitchen Bar joined the Tempe brunch scene in a big way, with Oreo pancakes, breakfast nachos, Cinnamon Toast Crunch fried chicken and waffles and other signature dishes.
Head chef Chris Worrell recommends his favorite dish, the beer chorizo biscuits and gravy, which are biscuits topped with beer chorizo gravy, jalapenos and red onions.
The menu will also have more traditional breakfast choices, such as abreakfast board, pancakes and omelettes. Other brunch items include breakfast bruschetta, paninis and parfaits.
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Brunch isn't complete without a breakfast cocktail and Salut has many. Bottomless mimosas are $18. If mimosas aren't appealing, the Salut bacon bloody mary with house vodka infused with bell peppers may be more your speed.
Brunch is served on Saturdays and Sundays from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
And once football season starts, Salut will offer a complimentary limo service to guests who are attending Sun Devil football games.