Notre Dame Prep’s annual culinary festival returns Nov. 10

Notre Dame Prep’s Culinary Festival committee (submitted photo)

Fall means cooler temperatures, warmer clothes and the annual culinary festival at Notre Dame Prep.

On Saturday, Nov. 10, NDP will be transformed from a high school campus into an elegant outdoor dining venue for the annual festival, beginning at 6 p.m.

(submitted photo)

Each year hundreds of food-lovers come to enjoy fine food, wine, beer and music, according to a press release.

This year the participating restaurants include: Bourbon Steak, The Breakfast Joynt, The Capital Grille, Ciao Grazie, Grimaldi’s Coal Brick-Oven Pizza, Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse, Ironwood American Kitchen, Mojo Yogurt, Snooze, The Thumb, Toro, and The Vig.

The Notre Dame Prep Baking Club will host a dessert booth, the press release stated.

Beer will be provided by Scottsdale Beer Company.

“This event is a real celebration of the great things we enjoy in Scottsdale,” said Heather Weurding, assistant director of special events and outreach at Notre Dame Prep, in a prepared statement. “From the great weather and food to nice people and entertainment, we have a lot to be proud of in Scottsdale,” she added.

Culinary Festival is presented by the Scaramella Faith Foundation and sponsored by CCMC. It is a community event held each year to thank school families, supporters and the public at large.

Registration is online at ndpsaints.org/culinaryfest. The cost is $100/person.

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