It’s Friday, and we’ve three massive chunks of Phoenix restaurant information to cap off the week: a brand new Cave Creek restaurant, a brand new downtown artisan market, and free meals for Arizona lecturers. Let’s dig in.
Pomodoro to Open in Former Cartwright’s Spot
Chef Brett Vibber — who we just profiled for our 2020 Better of Phoenix problem — closed longtime Cave Creek staple Cartwright’s Trendy Delicacies in December 2019. Its primo former digs alongside Cave Creek Highway in downtown Cave Creek’s culinary strip have since sat empty. Effectively, until just lately. The adobe-style constructing will quickly be dwelling to Pomodoro Italian Grill & Seafood, run by Federico Venturini, Philip Igneri, and Govt Chef Viola Tagliaferri. Venturini and Tagliaferri additionally function Pizzicata in neighboring Carefree. In accordance with their Fb web page, the restaurant is about to open September 28. The brand new spot additionally shares an analogous identify to one in every of New York Metropolis’s widespread breakup spots, or so we explained here.
Match Market and Bar is coming in October to FOUND:RE Phoenix Lodge.
Match Market and Bar
Match Restaurant & Lounge Now Match Market & Bar
FOUND:RE Phoenix Lodge will reopen October 1, and shortly after that, its new eating, takeout, and market idea will observe. Match Market and Bar (MMB) is opening October 12, changing Match Restaurant & Lounge. The brand new area will embody an artisan market with to-go meals and wine, pantry staples, and presents. Lunch and dinner will nonetheless be accessible for dine-in and takeout with curbside service, and there may also be a bar space and a large patio. MMB can be open from 5:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. each day and the bar can be open beginning at 11 a.m. each day.
Arizona lecturers get free meals from Somburros subsequent week.
Trainer Appreciation Day at All Someburros Places
Wednesday, September 30, is Trainer Appreciation Day, and to rejoice, Someburros is providing all lecturers in Arizona a free burro, combo, or specialty meal in any respect its areas (that’s 10 spots throughout the east Valley, with one in Uptown and one in Flagstaff). All lecturers must do is present their credentials.
“Lecturers are going above and past as of late, adapting to curriculum adjustments, expertise challenges, switching backwards and forwards from on-line studying to in-person studying,” says Tim Vasquez, Someburros President and CEO, in a press launch. “It’s lots of work for these wonderful educators, and we need to rejoice and thank them for all the things they’re doing in our communities.”
See what Valley eating places are providing takeout, supply, and dine-in companies with our Phoenix Restaurant Directory.