The Mick, a new restaurant and bar in Scottsdale, opens its doors to offer French-inspired small plates, wine-by-the-glass and craft beer menus, and a little joy to the neighborhood of McCormick Ranch.
A modern interpretation of a French Brasserie, The Mick’s locally sourced and globally influenced menu of small and sharable plates offer guests an opportunity to take their palates on a journey around the world while sitting on a relaxing, dog-friendly patio in Arizona.
The new restaurant and bar is at 9719 N. Hayden Road in Scottsdale.
With plates such as a Pork Belly Bahn Mislider, Balsamic Cured Watermelon salad, and Duck Confit Pastilla coming out of the kitchen it would be easy to forget about drinks. But don’t. Owners John Krause and Chef Bret Menke researched and tasted over 1,000 wines and beers to meticulously develop The Mick’s extensive selection, according to a press release.
Boasting 50 wines-by-the-glass, their unique approach means guests can try notable and hard-to-find wines without having to make a full bottle investment.
The Mick blends the best of crafted bold cuisine with local joint charm, the press release stated. This split personality manifests itself in menu items ranging from Escargots Parmentier to the aptly named Pecan Crack.
Chef Menke loves to say, “Food is better when shared.” It’s a philosophy that comes through in The Mick’s newly redesigned space.
The Mick will begin serving in their dining room and open-air patio this August.
For those looking to enliven their dinner table at home, a full take-out menu will be available. The Mick might also be your hidden gem for wine and craft-brewed beer to go.
Their four retail coolers are filled with bottles and brews. With a seasonal menu based on available local ingredients and a robust and thoughtful wine list, there’s always something new to taste and discover at The Mick, the press release stated.
The Mick and its entire staff are committed to guest safety and adhere to local health and social distancing guidelines.