Sunnyslope's Scramble Opening Second Breakfast Spot in Scottsdale

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Scramble, the four-year-old fast casual breakfast spot in Sunnyslope, is expanding to Scottsdale.

And although the cheery theme, size, and breakfast and lunch menu of familiar American dishes will remain pretty much the same as the original, the Scottsdale Scramble will offer something the Sunnyslope spot doesn't: a.m. cocktails.

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Located at 6590 North Scottsdale Road on the northwest corner of East Lincoln Drive, the second location of Scramble will be housed in a new commercial center (currently under construction) with a targeted opening date of January 2014.

The new Scramble will be about the same size as the original location, with 3,100 square feet inside and a 1,100-square-foot dog-friendly patio. The menu will be the same at both locations -- think signature dishes like Santa Fe Eggs Benedict, French French Toast, and the Brizza (breakfast pizza) -- but the Scottsdale Scramble will serve breakfast cocktails such as mimosas and Bloody Marys along with a limited beer and wine list.

Scramble, A Breakfast Joint is part of the Icon Hospitality Group, which also operates the two Half Moon Sports Grills is Phoenix. The owners are Laura Fettig, director of purchasing; Clay Moizo, director of operations; and Don Talbot, director of design and concept development.

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