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Tween Dinner

We chose the casual patio dining at the Roaring Fork for our Friday night's dinner. We have passed this restaurant many times on Scottsdale Blvd, and the patio coverd with tiny white lights, and outdoor fireplaces always looked charming.


We shared an appetizer of shredded pork with chilies, onion and cheese, melted in a little black kettle, served with hot flour tortillas.


Brad had seabass with butternut squash risotto, and I enjoyed my pecan-crusted rack of lamb with cheesy potatoes. We drank a bottle of an Oregon Pinot Gris. Then we managed to save room for a scoop of passionfruit and raspberry gelato on our way home.



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