Scramble at the Marketplace at Scottsdale & Lincoln to Open Monday

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Sunnyslope's breakfast spot Scramble is ready to woo Scottsdale residents with its second location at the Marketplace at Scottsdale & Lincoln. Beginning Monday, February 10, Scramble's Scottsdale location will serve breakfast, lunch, and (unlike its sister restaurant) booze.

Scramble will be the first of three restaurants to open at the Marketplace, a mixed-use development on the northwest corner of East Lincoln Drive and Scottsdale Road. Eventually it will be joined by Sumo Maya, the third Valley restaurant from German Osio, and Vevo, an Italian market courtesy of Cuttlefish's Joey Maggiore.

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The new Scramble will be about the same size as the first location, with about 3,100 square feet inside and a 1,100-square-foot dog-friendly patio. Those familiar with the original restaurant's contemporary style and cheery design will find that at the second location, in addition to free Wi-Fi and six 50-inch HDTVs.

And though you'll still be able to order favorites like the "brizza" (breakfast pizza), eggs Benedict, and French toast, Scramble Scottsdale will debut several new menu items for both breakfast and lunch. Additions include huevos rancheros, cinnamon apple Energy Cakes, and strawberry stuffed French toast on the breakfast side and a selection of sandwiches, wraps, and salads for lunch. You can view the complete menu here.

The Scottsdale location will also serve beer, wine and limited specialty cocktails including mimosas and Bloody Marys.

Scramble 6590 North Scottsdale Road 480-404-7264 www.azscramble.com

6 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday 6 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday

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