Breakfast at Bungalow Begins for the 2012 NFL Football SeasonBungalow Bar and Grill has football fans covered with a full Bloody Mary bar spread plus classic and cosmopolitan breakfast dishes that will please everyone onthe team.Scottsdale, AZ, September 06, 2012 -- September means the return of the NFL football season and getting up early on Sunday mornings to find the perfect place towatch the game with family and friends.Bungalow Bar and Grill has football fans covered with a full Bloody Mary bar spread plus classic and cosmopolitan breakfast dishes that will please everyone onthe team. The 2012 NFL football season kicks off on Wednesday, Sept. 5 when theDallas Cowboys travel to MetLife Stadium to take on the Super Bowl champion NewYork Giants.“Arizonans are passionate about football,” said Trish Clark, manager of Bungalow Barand Grill in Scottsdale. “We have real die-hard fans from all over the United States who now call Arizona home, and we’re making football season something specialfor them at Bungalow.”Bungalow Bar and Grill has redesigned its interior, opening up the bar and adding more flatscreen, HD TVs and a state-of-the-art sound system. “It’ll feel like you’reright there at the game,” Clark said. “That is, if a football game had a Bloody Mary bar, dedicated server and all the great food and drinks you could handle.”With breakfast choices like egg-white omelets served with your choice of two items, including ham, sausage, bacon, turkey, chorizo, onion, tomatoes, mushrooms,spinach and roasted red peppers and Bungalow’s Breakfast Burritos made with chorizo, potatoes, eggs, green onions, cilantro and cheddar cheese topped with con queso and enchilada sauce, everyone in the party is bound to find something to treasure.“We serve America’s favorites,” Clark said. “Our dishes are ones everyone loves and they’re classic and regional favorites. And our recipes make each one unique and absolutely worth trying. You won’t find recipes like these anywhere else.”Additional menu favorites include Hearty Homemade Biscuits-N-Gravy; Fluffy Homemade Pancakes and Strawberries; and The Country Omelet, an open-faced omelet withpotatoes, onions, bacon and Swiss cheese. Bungalow fans also love The Mediterranean Omelet, an open-faced omelet with asparagus, zucchini, roasted red peppers,onions and black olives topped with feta cheese and served with pita wedges; Salmon-N-Eggs, scrambled eggs mixed with salmon, onion, cream cheese and served with bagel chips and Bungalow’s own country potatoes; and Lox-N-Bagels, served withsmoked salmon, onions, cream cheese, capers and tomatoes on a toasted bagel.Bungalow Bar and Grill will open at 9 a.m. on Saturdays and Sundays throughout the fall to serve Bungalow’s breakfast menu. This year Bungalow is also adding Mimosas to its breakfast offerings, along with Bungalow’s SKYY Bloody Mary bar, whichis open to customers Saturday and Sunday mornings. The bar is self-serve and features SKYY Vodka and all the trimmings.“Breakfast will be served both Saturday and Sunday mornings this fall,” Clark said, “so Arizonans can take advantage of our beautiful Arizona mornings in our newly-remodeled dining area, bar or on Bungalow’s extensive patio which sports NFL coverage and some of the best people watching in Arizona.”Fans of both the NFL and NCAA will be able to see Saturday and Sunday morning games on large-screen TVs that will show the NFL season schedule and the NCAA season schedule.