We love local in Scottsdale, and there couldn’t be anything more local than take-away sweets or special condiments from a Scottsdale chef’s kitchen.
Sweet dreams come true every day at downtown Scottsdale’s Super Chunk Sweets and Treats thanks to pastry wizard Country Velador. Homemade cakes and cookies, as well as small batch candies and ice cream, in a variety of whimsical flavors are available.
Bodega Market, brought to you by the fine folks at the adjacent FnB restaurant, is a culinary treasure chest brimming with locally made olive oils, pastas, sauces, jams, teas and sweets. You’ll also find locally grown produce and an outstanding selection of wine from Arizona vintners.
At Citizen Public House, the Tracy Dempsey Originals desserts are as creative as the provocative cocktails. Order the Bag O’ Bacon Brittle to go and satisfy your late-night sweet/salty cravings.
The sticky buns at El Chorro Lodge rival the view from the patio at weekend brunch. Pick up a half dozen (even better, a dozen) from the bar on your way out for a special breakfast treat any day of the week.
Satisfy your sweet-and-crunchy craving any time of year with house-made candied pecans from Beckett’s Table. During cooler months, the restaurant also offers its delicious pumpkin seed brittle.
Brat Haüs will bag up their flavorful goodies for your next sausage fest, including their handmade and stone hearth-baked pretzels, specialty mustards, house-made sauerkraut and even their secret-recipe Hush Hush sauce.
And although they may not be edible, the cookbooks from Black Mountain Barbecue’s Bryan Dooley and True Food Kitchen’s Dr. Andrew Weil will be memorable keepsakes of your Scottsdale dining experience.
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