OEB gives back with ’12 Days of Poutine’
There may be a French fry crisis, but the Poutine at OEB Breakfast Co. is in no short supply at Scottsdale. OEB has announced its 12 Days of Poutine happening today through December 24th—and it’s benefitting Phoenix Children’s Hospital.
Each day leading up to Christmas, a different Poutine dish on the menu will be featured with $1 of that featured dish going to Phoenix Children’s Hospital! Enjoy signature items like the Chunky Lobster Scramble or the Chill Da Bison Out!
Those wanting to know the dish of the day can visit their Instagram page @OEB_breakfastUSA as they unveil the dishe each day. OEB Breakfast just celebrated its 10th anniversary since its original store opened in Calgary in 2009. It is founded on Chef Mauro Martina’s life-long love for food and his belief that breakfast should be bolstered by artistry and passion. The chef-driven concept is led with soul, emphasizing people who love to produce, create, serve and consume fresh fare in warm, modern and welcoming settings. Now with six locations in Canada (5 in Alberta, 1 in B.C.) and its first in Scottsdale, (on the southeast corner of Scottsdale Road and Chauncey Lane at 103-17757 N. Scottsdale Road) OEB endeavors to expand further across the continent in its pursuit of transforming the North American breakfast scene.