This week in Phoenix foods and drinks information: Downtown’s top-tier cocktail bars are again open, a brand new restaurant is hiring 100 workers earlier than its December opening, and a favourite West valley gastropub is now providing brunch.
Two Downtown Cocktail Bars Are Again Open
Little Rituals and Bitter & Twisted Cocktail Parlour reopened this week — Little Rituals on Wednesday and Bitter & Twisted on Thursday. New security practices are in place, together with socially distanced seating, required reservations and facemasks, and QR-code menus. Little Rituals’ hours will probably be 5 to 10 p.m., Wednesday to Sunday. Bitter & Twisted’s will probably be Four to 10 p.m., Tuesday to Thursday, and Four to 11 p.m., Friday and Saturday. Plus, each spots will proceed to supply takeout meals and house-canned cocktails for curbside carryout or supply.
Cooper’s Hawk is hiring for 100 positions.
Cooper’s Hawk Vineyard & Eating places
Cooper’s Hawk Is Hiring for 100 Restaurant Positions in Scottsdale
Cooper’s Hawk Winery & Restaurants, an upscale-yet-casual restaurant chain, is opening a location at 7361 East Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard in Scottsdale — it’s first within the western United States — on December 7. However first, Cooper’s Hawk will probably be hiring greater than 100 full-time and part-time workers, together with kitchen employees, houseworkers, tasting room attendants, servers, hosts, bartenders, cooks, and managers. Hiring begins October 19 at 16495 North Scottsdale Street, suite 106, in Scottsdale. These can textual content CHSD to 77948 to use. Interviews will probably be held on October 20 and 21 and November three and 4.
Floor Management in Litchfield Park is serving brunch for the primary time.
Floor Management Is Now Providing Brunch within the West Valley
The West valley gastropub Ground Control, positioned at 4860 North Litchfield Street in Litchfield Park, has began serving brunch for the primary time. The brand new brunch menu affords hen and waffles, chilaquiles, and banana pancakes with macadamia nut sauce. And bloody marys and mimosas are on deck in addition to its onsite-roasted espresso and craft beer on faucet. Brunch will probably be served from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturday and Sunday.
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