Scottsdale Quarter, Culinary Dropout offers private dome dining

Posted 2/4/21

Scottsdale Quarter presents a new, safe way to dine: Desert Domes featuring four partially-enclosed geodesic domes for outdoor dining.

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Scottsdale Quarter, Culinary Dropout offers private dome dining

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Scottsdale Quarter presents a new, safe way to dine: Desert Domes featuring four partially-enclosed geodesic domes for outdoor dining.

Brought to guests in partnership with Culinary Dropout, Desert Domes is located outside of Culinary Dropout, according to a press release. Each heated dome has comfortable seating, desert-chic décor and ambient lighting.

The domes can seat a private party from two to six guests. Outside of the domes, guests can enjoy yard games from Culinary Dropout while enjoying the Scottsdale Quarter scenery.

“We are thrilled to partner with Culinary Dropout to bring this new and innovative dining experience to our guests at Scottsdale Quarter,” said Richard Hunt, Scottsdale Quarter general manager, in a prepared statement. “This is a truly unique and memorable way to enjoy a delicious meal in the privacy of your very own ‘bubble’.”

A restaurant with food, music and art, Culinary Dropout serves cocktails and classic comfort food, the release said, describing the 36-hour pork ribs and famous fried chicken drizzled with honey. Ice-cold craft beer or a house-made cocktail adds to the vibe filled with games and free live music.

“Our new Desert Dome dining option is perfect for guests who are more comfortable dining outdoors or who want a more private experience,” said Ryan Justesen, Culinary Dropout general manager, in a prepared statement, noting that the full food and drink menu will be available to guests dining inside the Desert Domes. “We’re so excited to bring this unique desert oasis to life.”

Desert Domes will remain open until the spring, added the release.

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