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Owner Sid Campbell was a longtime cook at Pischke's Paradise, the now-shuttered Scottsdale eatery, so he's revived some favorite Pischke's dishes here in tribute to his late employer, Chris Pischke (the Fire Island pizza, in particular, is worth a try). And as the restaurant name suggests, Local Breeze has a subtle tropical vibe, capitalizing on a great location with an amazing patio. Grab a seat under the misters, order up some comfort food, and chill out with a sangria at this laid-back place, just blocks from downtown Phoenix.
I'm a huge fan of the Arugula & Goat Cheese salad - the sweet onion marmalade on top goes amazingly well with the breaded and friend goat cheese ball. If you want a nice relaxing brunch, lunch or dinner sitting out on a patio, head here - the patio is huge and you usually find everyone seated outside over the indoor seating. I've heard nothing but amazing things about the Fire Island dish - while it can't be very healthy, it sounds like it's worth the splurge.
Change can be good. Back in March, locals mourned the unexpected loss of Palatte, a charming, casual brunch spot located just blocks from downtown, in the roughly century-old Cavness House. At the time, the closure seemed to be a poignant... More »
Local Breeze owner Sid Campbell pays homage to the now-defunct Pischke's (where he was a longtime cook) by bringing a laid-back touch of the tropics to the middle of this desert metropolis. Situated in the historic Cavness House, just beyond the heart of downtown, Local Breeze is the perfect antidote to a stressful day, especially if you sit on the sprawling patio. Here, you can while away a lunch hour or a balmy evening stretched out at a big table or lounging on a comfy couch, sipping an... More »
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