Celebrate Earth Day With Locally-Grown Farm-to-Table Freshness At Tanzy


Tanzy1Tanzy Restaurant in Scottsdale Quarter knows how important the Earth and sustainability are, and so to celebrate Earth Day, the restaurant is serving a locally grown and grilled vegetable board for the whole month of April.

Consisting of mouthwatering grilled zucchini, tempura carrots, roasted portobello mushrooms, sweet potato fries, broccolini, marinated bell peppers, parmesan crisps, and topped with basil pesto this veggie board is locally grown and as a result packed full of flavor.

“We are proud to purchase our produce from the local Blue Sky Organic Farm,” says Executive Sous Chef Scott Anderson. “The quality of the local ingredients makes all the difference when cooking and working farm to table is the best way to capture the natural flavors of the vegetables.”

All this savory goodness is served for $13 at Tanzy Restaurant throughout the whole month of April from 11am-10pm Monday through Thursday and Sunday, and 11am-12am Friday and Saturday.

Earth Day is celebrated April 22 in 192 countries all over the world. This global scale holiday is intended to celebrate nature and sustainability.

This is why Tanzy Restaurant chose a fresh vegetable board to contribute. As an Italian-American modern food cuisine concept and winner of Open Table’s “Diners’ Choice Awards,” Tanzy Restaurant celebrates freshness every day, serving ingredients straight from our local farmers.

For more information, call 480.483.3255 or visit www.tanzyrestaurant.com/scottsdale.

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