You'll Love Visiting The House Brasserie, An Arizona Restaurant Loaded With Local History
By Jessica Moore|Published October 03, 2022
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Old Town Scottsdale is well known for its award-winning culinary offerings and diverse local cuisine. A delightful gem among these restaurants is The House Brasserie, a local favorite offering modern American fare that is crafted with exquisite artistry and elegance. But if you take a deeper dive into the restaurant’s history, you’ll discover that The House Brasserie, located on one of the most historic blocks in Old Town Scottsdale, is so much more than meets the eye.
If you happen to be visiting Old Town Scottsdale, be sure to stop by The House Brasserie for a warm and inviting dining experience at one of the area’s most beloved and historic restaurants. Also, be sure to follow The House Brasserie’s Facebook page for current updates and special events, or visit the website for a deeper look into the restaurant’s history and recent press.
Have you dined at The House Brasserie? How was your experience, and are there any dishes or beverages you particularly loved? Be sure to share with us in the comments below.
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