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Culinary Dropout

Culinary Dropout Scottsdale serves American classics with an edgy twist, surrounded in a grungy, chic vibe for the perfect kick-back. Enjoy crowd favorites like warm pretzel bites and 36-hour melt-in-your-mouth pork ribs, and wash it all down with a signature cocktail or a cold craft beer. Linger a while for games, live music, and local bands that complement Culinary Dropout’s pop-rock culture.

Gastropub Bites and Snacks

The menu at Culinary Dropout starts with classic bar appetizers and light bites. But Culinary Dropout Scottsdale, AZ takes traditional starters and adds fun, unique flavors to create standout hits. Start with delicious BBQ pork belly nachos, heaping with black beans, guacamole, sour cream, and pico de gallo. Or try the soft pretzel bites with tasty provolone fondue to pair with your draught of choice. For something lighter, graze on a selection of cheeses, cured meats, and vegetable bites from the Snacks menu, perfect for mixing and matching to create your own charcuterie board.

Modern American Comfort Food

Good food is at the heart of the menu at Culinary Dropout Scottsdale, AZ, where salads, sandwiches, and burgers sit alongside eye-catching dishes like roasted salmon and spicy vegan curry. The kale salad is a go-to for a delicious vegetarian option, and the turkey pastrami sandwich is a popular hand-held choice. Entrees are more like your own personal feast with a nostalgic sense of home-cooked goodness. Dig in to the hearty meatloaf dish, complete with green beans, mashed potatoes and gravy. Or treat yourself to the Korean style ribeye in a ginger chili sauce. The 36-hour pork ribs simply fall of the bone, and the fried chicken will transport you back to childhood memories of home.

Drinks at Culinary Dropout

Nothing pairs better with good food than a cold beer. The long beer list at Culinary Dropout Scottsdale features craft breweries from Arizona as well as familiar domestics and imports. Growler fills are also available from the draught menu to enjoy at home. Ciders and fruit-heavy IPAs offer a refreshing kick for a sunny afternoon or see the evening in with a glass of wine in hand. Bold Californian reds, rosés, and white wines are available by the glass or bottle for a classy date night. Simply looking for a classic cocktail? Culinary Dropout also slings signature drinks with a house twist like the Dropout Classic Mule, Jalapeno Margarita, and the Signature Old Fashioned.

Location and Hours

Culinary Dropout has locations throughout Arizona and Texas. In Scottsdale, Culinary Dropout sits on the waterfront at 7135 E. Camelback Rd. Suite 125. Hours are from 11:00am – 10:00pm on Monday through Thursday, 11:00am – 12:00am on Friday, 10:00am – 12:00am on Saturday and Sunday from 10:00am – 9:00pm.

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