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Scottsdale's Petite Maison Reboots with New Look, New Menu

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After four years, Petite Maison is upping its game -- French Modern-style.

The charming French restaurant in Old Town Scottsdale from chef James Porter and his wife, Wendy, is relaunching as Petite Maison Modern French, a transition that will include an updated logo, a redesign of the restaurant, and a new menu that will allow Porter to take his love of international dishes and give them a French twist.

Want a sneak peek of what's in store? Of course you do.

See also: James Beard Award Finalist Kevin Binkley to Open Bink's Scottsdale in December

Knowing their lease was about to expire, the Porters decided to renew and give their restaurant a redesign from top to bottom. The process, Wendy Porter says, took about three months to bring to life. The remodeled space will be more contemporary, and the new menu will allow Porter to create dishes that bring out his "playful side."

The Porters say the changeover to Petite Maison Modern French will be brief and seamless. The restaurant will be open for brunch only on Sunday, December 1, and closed Monday and Tuesday, December 2 and 3, before it reopens with its new look at 5 p.m. Wednesday, December 4.

New Hours (Beginning Wednesday, December 4) Dinner: 5 to 10 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday Lunch: 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday Happiest Hours: 3 to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday Brunch du Champagne: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday

Dinner Menu

See the happy hour, lunch, and brunch menus after the jump.

Happy Hour Menu

Lunch Menu

Brunch Menu

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