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Deal of the Day: Brunch in Paradise Valley for an art fundraiser

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Posted at 6:09 AM, Nov 30, 2018
and last updated 2018-11-30 08:09:52-05

Check out this alliteration: Breakfast, bubbly, bow ties and big hats! Brunch lovers, get ready for this event!

Scottsdale League for the Arts is hosting The Brunch Club, a fundraiser from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Mountain Shadows on Saturday. You'll get to enjoy delights from top local breakfast restaurants and bartenders. Exclusive breakfast bites and stylized cocktails? Yes, please! 

It's important to note that you have to be 21 or older, and guests should have an appetite for helping others. They are raising money for local arts programs. 

You're also encouraged to wear a glamorous hat or bow tie! Click here to see a promotional video from last year.

It would normally cost $55 for general admission or $75 for a 30-minute head start. However, we are scoring you a Smart Shopper Deal of the Day of half off admission for both! Be sure to use the promo code: smart15 (it is not case sensitive).

You have until 9 a.m. Saturday to get the discount.

Have fun enjoying the grub and helping Valley artists of all ages.

Parking is limited. We were told that guests are encouraged to travel together and can even take advantage of a special group discount (buy 10 get 2 free). 

IF YOU GO:
Mountain Shadows
5445 E. Lincoln Dr., Paradise Valley, AZ
11 a.m. to 2 p.m. (early admission starts at 10:30 a.m.)

$55 General Admission ($27.50 + tax with our discount) and $75 Early Admission ($37.50 + tax with our discount)

Here's the lineup we were sent:

  • Richard Garcia- Hearth '61
  • Benedict's Cafe
  • Breakfast Kitchen Bar
  • Cellar 433
  • Jewel's Bakery & Cafe
  • Lon's at the Hermosa Inn
  • Chandon Mimosa Dream Bar
  • Stock and Stable
  • Tito's Texas Screwdriver Station
  • Wright's at the Biltmore Bloody Mary Bar
  • DJ Jen Jones 

We were told The League has hosted several culinary festivals and donated more than $4.5 million since 2000 to organizations including Ballet Arizona, Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Free Arts for Abused Children, Phoenix Theatre, Southwest Shakespeare Company and Valley Youth Theater.