Common Ground Culinary, the Valley hospitality group behind Grassroots Kitchen & Tap, Wally’s American Gastropub, Sweet Provisions and more, has welcomed its newest restaurant, Collins Bros. Chophouse, to The Village at Hayden in Scottsdale.
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In 1948, Sam Maranto opened The Italian Kitchen in Texas. More than 70 years later, Maranto’s grandson, Michael Miller, is carrying on the delicious family business by opening the darling S. Maranto’s in North Scottsdale.
For nearly 50 years, Spinato has been one of the most recognized names in Arizona, thanks to the family’s beloved Spinato’s Pizzeria restaurants. The family just opened its sixth restaurant, the airy, modern Spinato’s at The Block, much to the delight of ‘za lovers in Scottsdale.
Looking for a new restaurant to try in the Scottsdale area? Check out the newest Station Restaurant, Scottsdale Station located at the corner of Hayden and Via De Ventura. This is the second Station Restaurant location, with the other in Prescott.
Ciao Grazie, a concept created by renowned Valley restaurateur Franco Dalu, recently opened its second location in Canyon Village, a location nestled at the base of the McDowell Sonoran Preserve in DC Ranch in North Scottsdale.
Davanti Enoteca, a new authentic Italian restaurant in Scottsdale, opened on August 4, 2012 at the corner of Scottsdale Road and Lincoln.
The Downside Risk restaurant and bar opened last month at The SHOPS Gainey Village in Scottsdale, offering a friendly atmosphere, live entertainment and tasty food.
SOL Mexican Cocina, a Baja-inspired Mexican restaurant and the latest addition to the great collection of restaurants at Scottsdale Quarter, will open its doors on Tuesday, March 20 at 4:30 p.m.
The newest nightlife destination in Old Town Scottsdale, The Mint, will be hosting its Grand Opening event featuring music by DJ Scene on Wednesday, May 25, starting at 9:00 p.m.
Bonfire Grill and Bar, a new restaurant in Old Town Scottsdale, officially opened its doors offering wood fire cuisine inspired by Arizona’s native roots.