Snooze, an A.M. Eatery to Open at Kierland Commons in North Scottsdale

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Later this month, Snooze, an A.M. Eatery will open its fourth Valley location inside the upscale Kierland Commons shopping center in North Scottsdale. The restaurant will open on Wednesday, August 26, with a two-day grand opening that will double as a fundraiser for the McDowell Mountain Conservancy and Whispering Hope Ranch Foundation.

The Denver-based breakfast and brunch restaurant chain already has locations in Central Phoenix, Tempe, and Gilbert, as well as restaurants throughout Colorado and California. Known for its retro-futuristic decor and menu that includes an impressive selection of pancakes, Snooze was founded in 2006 and opened its first Arizona location in 2013. 

The North Scottsdale restaurant will face Scottsdale Road and offer an indoor/outdoor dining space thanks to rollaway garage doors that will lead to a shaded patio. 

For more information or to see the Snooze menu, check the Snooze, an A.M. Eatery website

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