In Dining Out



Little black dresses and strings of pearls aplenty set the scene for last Sunday’s Breakfast at Tiffany’s Wine Country Brunch benefitting the Scottsdale League for the Arts. Ladies channeled Holly Golightly and the gentleman sported dapper duds – it was fun to admire all the pretty dresses and debonair suits.

The Camby Hotel provided the perfect backdrop, the ballroom gussied up to suite theme, elegance and sophistication mingled with flair and fun. The wine flowed, a mimosa bar kept guests happy and tuxedoed hosts with silver gilded trays offered up glasses of sparkling champagne.



Fundraising efforts included a silent auction and the sale of Mystery Bags, fancy grab bags containing anything from bottles of wine to museum tickets.


And the food! Oh, the food! Brunch was provided by the Artisan at the Camby, The Herb Box and Arcadia Farms. Tables adorned with pearls, candelabras and the iconic Tiffany blue boxes were laden with pastries, quiches, and other scrumptious delights. Wine tables surrounded the room, allowing guests to have as much wine as they desired, there was even a juice table offering fresh and healthy blends.


The Wine Country Brunch is part of the Scottsdale Culinary Festival’s series of events. Next in this fun and delicious event series is Cooks & Corks, a not to be missed culinary affair featuring live entertainment and Arizona’s top local chefs and winemakers. Cooks & Corks will be held November 11, 2016. Get your tickets now before it sells out!


Disclaimer: I attended The Wine Country Brunch as a member of the media. All opinions stated here are entirely my own. 

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