After building a following at the Uptown Farmers Market, Jason and Katherine Dwight, a married chef-butcher and baker, opened a restaurant in late 2019 that is intimately driven by local farms and ranches. Reclaimed wood slabs gleam in the Central Avenue restaurant. Fitting the rustic dining room, much of the small plates and a few of the larger ones emerge from a wood-burning oven. Everything is scratch-made, right down to bitters, tortillas, and ketchup. Jason butchers whole steers and makes his own charcuterie. Katherine makes magic from flour, water, and heat, including a really nice gingerbread. The food is New American, with lots of touches from afar: China, India, France, Mexico, and so on. Reservations are encouraged. Customers may also call ahead with catering orders.
4700 N. Central Ave., Phoenix, 85012