Blue Clover to replace Eddie’s House in Old Town Scottsdale

BY Jess Harter Saturday, June 10, 2017

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Eddie’s House, chef Eddie Matney’s nine-year-old restaurant in Old Town Scottsdale, has closed and will be replaced by a new concept called Blue Clover.

Matney, one of the Valley’s first “celebrity chefs” thanks to numerous TV and magazine appearances dating back to the 1980s, saw his restaurant struggle through bankruptcy in 2014.

Situated on the northwest corner of Marshall Way and Indian School, Eddie’s House had been listed for sale for several months.

Blue Clover is described as a farm-to-table concept with a distillery. The new owners include brothers Weston and David Holm, the former one of Matney’s partners in Eddie’s House.

Their sister is mixed martial arts competitor Holly Holm, most famous for her 2015 upset of Ronda Rousey.

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