Food & Drinks

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Partners in The Mick Brasserie, John Krause and Brent Menke, feel blessed and lucky to have found success after opening Aug. 5 at the height of a pandemic and Arizona’s hottest summer. 

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Every Tuesday and Saturday, the intoxicating smell of brisket barbacoa, green chili chicken, and other mouthwatering marinated meats waft down McKinley Street in southern Scottsdale.

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Some Scottsdale area sommeliers are avoiding a sour grapes attitude and finding creative ways to stay afloat amid a pandemic that’s crushed the spirits of virtually every industry.

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While most families hunkered down at the start of the pandemic, one San Francisco-based family of four made the bold move to not only relocate to Scottsdale, but also open their own restaurant.

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