Cauliflower Steak Sandwich
While California leads the nation in cauliflower production, Arizona is surprisingly second. Arizona’s long growing season (fall-spring), well-draining soil, and consistent temperatures (within particular growing regions) all benefit the ‘Sun Devil State’s’ cauliflower industry.
Oven Baked Panko Crusted Cauliflower, Cheddar Cheese, Spicy Chipotle Aioli, Lettuce, Tomato, Red Onion, Brioche Roll. Pub Fries & Sliced Pickle $14
Carne Asada Salad
Arizona’s culinary traditions were shaped by Native American farmers, and then influenced years later by Mexican refugees who entered the territory during the Mexican Revolution. Since cattle ranching accounts for nearly one-third of Arizona’s total agricultural industry, this salad represents all aspects of Arizona’s unique food history.
Marinated Flank Steak, Avocado, Red Onion, Corn & Black Bean Salsa, Queso Fresco, Crispy Taco Bowl, Spicy Ranch Dressing
Prickly Pear Mule
Prickly pear cactus has been a staple food of Native Americans for centuries, and newly researched health benefits have demand for the purple super-fruit at an all-time high. 14 different species of the cactus grow wild throughout Arizona.
Espolon Blanco Tequila, Muddled Jalapeño & Lime, Prickly Pear Syrup, Goslings Ginger Beer $9