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The Montauk

Get a taste of the east coast at The Montauk, located at Old Town Scottsdale. This breezy beach-inspired spot is one of Scottsdale’s favorite brunch and happy hour venues with a bright, coastal vibe.

Breakfast at the Montauk

Start your day with the weekday breakfast menu at The Montauk. Fuel up with a classic breakfast or take on the day with the hearty Power Up Bowl, filled with brown rice, crispy potatoes, sautéed kale, bacon, and a fried egg. Breakfast sandwiches are a popular go-to, such as the McMontauk with spicy turkey sausage, cheddar, and fried egg served on an English muffin. It doesn’t have to be the weekend to enjoy a cocktail with breakfast – weekday morning cocktails on offer include mimosas and Bloody Marys.

Lunch and Dinner Menu

Share light bites like deviled eggs, tuna tartare guacamole, and avocado kale hummus to start your lunch or dinner at The Montauk Scottsdale. A taste of the east coast features throughout the menu with dishes such as clam chowder and lobster rolls. Ingredient-heavy bowls blend local produce, crisp vegetables, and tasty proteins for fresh flavors with a kick. Try the tequila lime shrimp bowl with asparagus, avocado, and brown rice or the grilled miso ribeye bowl. Crispy fish and salmon tacos are also available, along with sandwiches and burgers.

Late Nights, Cocktails, Beer & Wine

Relax with a specialty cocktail or glass of wine to start your evening. The delightful drinks menu at the Montauk Scottsdale features bubbles, whites, and reds among a selection of draft and canned beers. Make it a party with the Montauk’s punch bowls, including the Mega Mule Punch made with Tito’s vodka and the Mimosa Punch. Feeling the late night munchies? The kitchen stays open from 11pm – 1am on Friday and Saturday with a selection of tasty shareables like chowder poutine, boneless buffalo wings, and bruschetta.

Weekend Brunch and Happy Hour

On weekends, the breakfast menu stretches from 9am – 3pm to satisfy both early birds and late risers. Wake up with ‘Liquid Brunch’ cocktails and tableside mimosas to pair with your sweet corn scramble or avocado toast. The weekend brunch menu features all the breakfast menu items as well as salads and sandwiches from the lunch menu, with a delightful addition of crepes for your sweet tooth. And when you’re not ready to say goodbye to the weekend, enjoy an all-day happy hour on Monday.

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