Summit Diner Special Offers, Quail Contest, Advertisement

April 2017

Print this page and bring with you to the restaurant to redeem special offer (see Newsletter below).



The missing quail looks like this. Good luck!

The missing quail looks like this. Good luck!

Find the Missing Quail Contest for April 2017

Win Dinner for Two at the Summit Diner


If you find the GPPA quail, email your entry including:

• The title of the page, e.g. “Friends & Sponsors”
•  Your full name
• Your postal address
• Your E-mail address (if available) and phone number

Your emailed entry must be received by 5 p.m. on Sunday, April 30, 2017 to be included in the drawing. The winner’s name will be published in this article in the May issue, published about the first of the month. The winner has until the last day of May to contact The Peak and claim the prize, a gift certificate for dinner for two, a $40 value, at the Summit Diner.

Only one entry per person will be accepted, and entrants must 18 years or older. Members of The Peak’s editorial staff cannot participate.

Good luck and thank you for reading The Peak.


GPPA Quail Logo

Congratulations! THIS IS the missing GPPA Quail. You found it! Now just let us know.


Send Entry via email or Postal Mail to:

Contact Us

Diane Flach


This Month’s Advertisement
Click Here to Visit Summit Diner Website





Join us for breakfast or lunch

We will be open 7am – 2pm.


Summit Diner VIP Club Member Gift (4 days only)

APRIL 3, 2017- Thursday APRIL 6, 2017.

10% off the Price of Your Meal Coupon

Print or show on your mobile phone to your server.

For dine-in only. Tax and tip not included.

Limit one coupon per table.

Not valid with ANY other offers.



Happy Hour 2-6 daily – $1 off beer & wine, $2 off mixed drinks.


Dog-Friendly Dining Comes With Responsibility for Restaurants and Customers…please help us to stay regulated with the health department by following the guidelines below:

Please do not enter through the front door. We do have a separate, outdoor entrance leading to the patio.

Pets must stay in a pet carrier or leashed and on the ground – not on chairs or tables. It is also not a good idea to tie the leash to your table, out of the path of staff and diners, and stay with them at all times. Dogs must not eat from plates, glasses or utensils provided for people by the restaurant.

Please leave home any pet that is aggressive, nervous, or not trained to be around crowds of people or other dogs. The dog owner is responsible for controlling behavior and restraining their animal at all times.

Walk your dog before dining, and bring a scooper and bag to the restaurant to clean up any waste. Accidents can happen, but they are no less unpleasant at a restaurant that caters to pets, and no less risky from a public health perspective.

Dog waste and other bodily fluids contain germs that can contaminate food and make people sick. If your dog makes a mess, it’s important to clean it up and also to let staff know.

In addition, many people are allergic to dog hair and dander, and nobody likes to find hair in their food or to catch a whiff of dirty dog while eating. Please only bring clean, well-groomed dogs to restaurants.

Pet owners who do not follow the rules can be asked to leave, just like any other unruly customer.

Remember, this law does not give you the right to dine out with your dog. It gives restaurants the right, with conditions, to allow dogs if they choose. By being respectful of your fellow diners, your canine companion will also be a welcomed guest.

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Summit Diner

32531 N Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85266

(Safeway Shopping Center)

(480) 575-6562

Author: The Peak

Published on behalf of the Greater Pinnacle Peak Association by the editorial staff.

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