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New restaurant concept coming to Scottsdale this summer: Collins Bros. Chophouse

Posted 6/29/22

An award-winning restauranteur, Christopher Collins, of the Valley-based Common Ground Culinary, announced in a press release the grand opening of his newest concept on the northwest corner of Hayden …

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Food & Drink

New restaurant concept coming to Scottsdale this summer: Collins Bros. Chophouse

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An award-winning restauranteur, Christopher Collins, of the Valley-based Common Ground Culinary has announced the grand opening of his newest concept on the northwest corner of Hayden Road and Via De Ventura inside The Village at Hayden.

Collins Bros. Chophouse is set to open its doors Friday, July 8. The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner, dine-in or to-go, from 11 a.m.–9 p.m. Sunday–Tuesday and 11 a.m.–10 p.m. Wednesday–Saturday. The restaurant will replace one of Collins’ early concepts, Twisted Grove, but will carry over a few menu favorites to the new restaurant’s menu, according to a press release.

“Twisted Grove was the second concept we created,” Collins said in the press release. “As we’ve grown, we realized that instead of adding a new concept and saturating the restaurant group, we wanted to evolve Twisted Grove into the approachable chophouse this neighborhood deserves. We’re pairing some of our favorite menu items with a deep list of a la carte meats, house specialty entrees, sharable appetizers for the entire table and delectable sides to create something pretty special.”

Serving only the highest quality cuts of meat, fresh seafood and the finest ingredients, guests will find that the lunch menu reflects the concept with protein forward dishes like "SBK" Caesar with add-ons like rotisserie chicken, charred shrimp or marinated filet for an additional price, or the Steak & Fries (NY strip, house-made steak sauce, maldon sea salt, cracked black pepper). Dinner, which begins at 4 p.m. daily, is the real show at Collins Bros. Chophouse, the press release stated.

This is the first Common Ground concept to offer the “Butcher’s Shop,” a carefully curated list with an assortment of different cuts of meat that can be ordered a la carte.

The chophouse will feature happy hour from 3–6 p.m. that features a selection of craft cocktails, wines by the glass and bites to share like Short Rib & Goat Cheese Potato Croquette (lightly breaded in day old Noble toast, San Marzano tomato sauce and fresh basil, $12), Broiled Oysters Rockefeller (creamy spinach, chopped bacon and a dash of hot sauce, $14), and Sweet Heat Chicken Wings (crushed peanuts, scallions, $9).

Take advantage of the Two Buck Shuck deal where fresh shucked oysters are only $2. In celebration of the grand opening, Collins Bros. Chophouse is offering half-off bottles of wine during the entire month of July.

The chophouse gives off a warm, dark and masculine vibe that has been dubbed “the most polished of all of the Common Ground concepts” by Chef Collins, the press release stated. 

Collins Bros. Chophouse will have a private dining option called the “Parlor Room” that can host a private lunch, dinner or work event, according to the press release. The Parlor Room is a smart-enabled dining room, outfitted with HDTV’s and Apple TV, with its own private patio that features a signature brick fireplace. The space can host 30 for a mix and mingle event, or 24 for a seated dinner.

Collins Bros Chophouse is located at 8220 N. Hayden Road, in Scottsdale. For more information follow on social media @collinsbrosaz, or the website www.collinsbrosaz.com.

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