Breakfast at Tiffany’s Wine Country Brunch Event Raises $20,000
Sunday, September 25 was an unforgettable day at The Camby in Phoenix benefiting Scottsdale League for the Arts. The “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” Wine Country Brunch attracted hundreds of guests, many of whom turned out in their finest homage to Audrey Hepburn’s iconic silver screen wardrobe from the classic film. While scenes from “Breakfast at Tiffany’s played on the walls around the ballroom, guests dined on some of the most delectable brunch noshes from The Camby, Arcadia Farms, Benedict’s Catering, The Herb Box Catering and Events and Yancey’s Fancy.
The Camby has only been open in the former Ritz-Carlton space for about a year, but it has already made a memorable impact on the Valley with beautiful events like this one. The hotel exuded a refined elegance and mimosas greeted guests at the event, along with a variety of wines and champagnes. Our group raved about the coconut and peach flavored champagnes which really set the mood for the event.
There were so many delicious dishes for breakfast, it was impossible to try them all. Scottsdale.com particularly enjoyed the beignets with lemon curd from The Camby, the pulled pork has with sweet potatoes from Arcadia Farms, the bacon and date scones from Benedict’s Catering and the mini chicken and waffle skewers from The Herb Box.
The “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” Wine Country Brunch included a silent auction and “surprise” gift bags that were sold immediately prior to the event. Gift bags included everything from wine and hostess gifts to tickets and gift certificates to various local businesses. In total, the event raised $20,000 for Scottsdale League for the Arts to benefit its grants program.
The Scottsdale League for the Arts raises funds for the arts by hosting social events throughout the year. 100 percent of net event proceeds are donated to a wide range of non-profit arts organizations through the League’s grants program. The primary source of grant funding is raised through the League’s signature event, the Scottsdale Culinary Festival. The festival is held annually in April and offers a variety of culinary experiences from the ultra-chic to casual. It has become a premier culinary event that attracts more than 30,000 people each year. In 2017, the Scottsdale Culinary Festival will celebrate its 39th year, making it the longest running culinary festival in the nation.
The “Breakfast at Tiffany’s Wine Country Brunch Menu:
Beignets with Lemon Curd or Nutella Icing | Seasonal Fruit Display | Fresh Juices & Smoothies Station – Kale, Pineapple & Apple or Mango, Mint and Berry | Mini Greek Yogurt Parfait with House-Made Granola with Flax Seeds and Goji Berries | Individual Southwestern Skillet – Chorizo, Red Potatoes, Avocado & Poached Egg | Egg White Quiche – Arugula, Oven Roasted Tomatoes & Basil Pesto | Assorted Mini-desserts
Pulled Pork Hash with Sweet Potatoes | Mini Wild Mushroom Spinach and Leek Tarts with Local Goat Cheese | Homemade Granola and Berry Parfaits | Lemon Blueberry and Raspberry Danish | Madeleine’s | Chocolate Croissants | Coffee Cakes
Lemon Rosemary Shortbread Cookie | Bacon & Date Scone | Mini Sour Cream Blueberry Muffin | Salted Almond & Browned Butter Danish
The Herb Box Catering and Events
Smoked Salmon Hash | Crispy Fingerlings + Crisp Pancetta + Scallions + Fried Capers + Aioli + Scrambled Egg | Chicken & Waffle | Buttermilk Free-Range Chicken + Bacon Waffle + Sweet & Spicy Serrano Glaze Sweet Potato Muffin |Chef Selection of Garden Quiches
An Assortment of Cheeses to include Cheddar, Gouda, Bergenost & Chastinet
About the Scottsdale League for the Arts
The Scottsdale League for the Arts is a 501(c)(3), non-profit volunteer organization of accomplished men and women who support artists, arts programs and arts education through fundraising and special events. In order to offer continuous value and assistance to the arts, the League awards all net funds raised to a variety of arts focused organizations through a grants program. For more information, visit: http://leagueforthearts.org.