Breakfast, Lunch, and Special Dinners
Located in Charles Miller Square in Old Town Scottsdale, Alo is a unique take on a classic Eurostyle breakfast and lunch Cafe. We offer Rivera Coffee; a local coffee bean roaster. Our menu features items hailing from across the globe, including such locations as Argentina, Estonia, South Africa, and Spain, and rounded out with a number of American favorites.
Try Our New Specials
The Smoky Tuscany Omelet- Wood Fired, Oven Roasted, Organic Red Peppers, Smoked Mozzarella, and Salami.
Chi-Town Heat- Chicago Hot Link Sausage Omelet with Cream Cheese smothered in New Mexico style Green Chili Sauce.
The namesake of Alo Cafe is a much beloved musician and composer from the Estonian Singing Revolution. Alo Mattiisen belongs to the dignified list of the twelve greatest Estonian composers, many of whom were instrumental to the re-establishment of independence of Estonia on August 21st, 1991. Prior to the country's liberation, Estonia was occupied by Soviet and Nazi authorities for nearly fifty years. Estonian people gathered publicly to sing out their frustration and loyalty to their country for nearly four years, staging peaceful protests with 200,000 citizens in attendance at their peak. An eventual coup in Russia that resulted in the toppling of the Gorbachev regime gave Estonian Parliament and freedom activist groups the opportunity to solidify their independence.
Alo Cafe is located at: 6960 E 1st St, Scottsdale, AZ 85251
In the historic Charles Miller Square, the Northwest corner of 1st Street and Goldwater, behind Cornish Pasty Co.
As the season progresses, we plan to extend our hours and feature local musicians in the evening in our outdoor patio area. After all, we can’t stop singing! We plan to be open on occasional evenings for theme based special dinners. Join our e-mail list and we will keep you informed of upcoming events (email@example.com). You can also find us on facebook. Or call 480.878.4172 to talk to a member of our staff.
6960 East 1st Street Scottsdale,AZ 85251
(NW corner of 1st Street and Goldwater)
Historic Charles Miller Square