Cuttung-edge cuisine from Food Network’s Beau MacMillan
A dramatic setting, award-winning cuisine, a Food Network star as an executive chef — elements at Sanctuary on Camelback has it all. The diverse menu features farm-fresh American cuisine with Asian accents, including gluten-free and vegetarian options. Serving breakfast, lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch, elements is a critically-acclaimed local favorite.
Executive Chef Beau MacMillan has brought national recognition to elements through his victory on “Iron Chef America,” multiple appearances on NBC’s “Today” show, Food Network’s “Best Thing I Ever Ate” and “Guy’s Grocery Games” and his show “Worst Cooks in America.” His philosophy in the kitchen is that “food should not be overworked, but rather appreciated for its simplicity and natural perfection.” Thus, his seasonal menus focus on fresh ingredients sourced from a network of local artisans and organic farmers. Menu highlights include meats that are smoked in house, a raw bar with shellfish and sashimi, plus sustainable seafood, hormone-free meats, and local, organic produce. Fresh and tasty breakfast options include seasonal fruit with house granola, filet steak benedict, sticky bun French toast, breakfast fried rice and a variety of fresh smoothies. Asian-influenced salads and sandwiches grace the lunch menu, while dinner is a culinary adventure that includes innovative appetizers like Escargot Pot Pie, or Kimchi Bacon & Brussels Sprout Hash and savory entrees like Heirloom Carrot & Quinoa Dumplings or Roasted Kurobuta Pork Chop with shisito grits and pickled turnip greens, alongside traditional fare with a unique elements twist. With cutting-edge cuisine and a singular setting, elements is the ultimate in experiential dining.
- Located at Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain
- Farm-fresh American cuisine with Asian accents
- Adjacent jade bar dishes up cocktails with premium spirits and local fruits, herbs, vegetables and juices