Dakota in Scottsdale Is Now Open: Organic Eats by Day, Party Spot By Night

The new restaurant and party spot is located next to Maya nightclub.
The new restaurant and party spot is located next to Maya nightclub.
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Triyar Entertainment Group, the folks behind popular local spots such as Maya Day + Nightclub and W Scottsdale, have opened a new dining, drinking, and partying concept in the heart of Scottsdale's entertainment district.

Called Dakota, the new restaurant/bar is located at 7301 East Indian Plaza and aims to be a "California bistro-style restaurant" that transitions into a bar and party spot at night.

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The 4,500-square-foot restaurant will open at 7 a.m. for breakfast daily and will serve food -- including lunch and dinner -- until 10 p.m. Look for a menu that highlights local and organic food. Guest staying at the W Scottsdale will be able to charge food to their room.

The restaurant also include a grab-and-go cafe concept called Comoncy, which will serve food and drinks for customers of the go. Expect a full coffee bar, espresso machine, cold pressed coffee on tap, teas, juice, and smoothies. Pastries, sandwiches, salads, beer, and wine will also be available. Comoncy will be open from 6:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily.

At night, Dakota will transform into another party spot with live DJs, LED lights, and bottle service. The bar will stay open until 2 a.m.

The new concept's design includes elements such as white-washed wood, window shutters, ivy greenery, and birdcage lighting meant to create a traditional and elegant vibe.The restaurant and bar also offers a large street-front patio with lounge seating, gas lamps, greenery, and fire pits.

For more information check the Dakota Facebook page.

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