Maple & Ash isn’t your ordinary steakhouse. Originally out of Chicago and known for its wood-fired dishes and extensive wine list, Maple & Ash is a true dining experience. The restaurant offers dinner seven nights a week, an oyster happy hour Monday-Friday between 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm, and brunch on Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm. I went to brunch at the Maple & Ash in Scottsdale with my mom and my sister, and we had an amazing experience.
BRUNCH AT MAPLE & ASH IN SCOTTSDALE, AZ
Brunch at Maple & Ash is done a little differently. At the time of this post, brunch is $75 per person, or you can pay $150 per person for the “I Don’t Give A F*@k” experience.
With the standard brunch everyone in your party gets to pick their own main dish. Then, there’s also small plates served for the table. Small plates include warm beignets, maple glazed bacon, and fire roasted filet mignon to name a few. With the “I Don’t Give A F*@k” experience, you get a seafood tower, bloody Mary shot, and desert added. We did the latter, and in my opinion, the seafood tower isn’t worth the additional $75. The bacon and the fire roasted filet mignon are so good, and you can order as much as you want. So, skip the tower and save room for those!
For an additional $35 per person, you can enjoy bottomless bubbles for mimosas. Your juice options include fresh orange juice or strawberry lavender & mango. My sister and I both liked the strawberry lavender.
Update August 2022: Maple and Ash no longer offers bottomless mimosas with the standard brunch. This is now reserved for the “I Don’t Give A F*@k” experience. Also, the juice offerings switch weekly outside of the orange juice.
The options for your main dish include a truffled omelet, tuna tartare avocado toast, a sausage breakfast sandwich, and a few other deliciously elevated brunch classics. I opted for the king crab eggs benedict, my sister got the tuna tartare avocado toast, and my mother got the steak and eggs. All of which were delicious.
Check out their current menu here.
Things to know before dining at Maple & Ash
There is a dress code at Maple & Ash. Business casual dress or better is requested, and no baseball caps, shorts, flip flops, t-shirts or sweats are allowed.
Maple & Ash adds a 3.5% charge onto your bill to help cover health insurance, benefits and staff wellness. This is not considered a tip and you should still tip your server accordingly.
Reservations can be booked via their website.
I thoroughly enjoyed having brunch at Maple & Ash. Although pricier than your average brunch, I think the atmosphere, experience, and cuisine make it worth it. Whether you live here or you’re booking a trip to the Phoenix/Scottsdale area, definitely add Maple & Ash to your list of restaurants to check out.