In operation for just a year, Tempe Public Market will reopen with full-service nightly dinners and a full-service weekend brunch.
In addition, the interior and exterior walls with be embellished with murals from local artist Gennaro Garcia. There will also be an expanded shopping area for Tempe Public Market Café merch, and, though it might not be taken advantage of right away, a projector and screen for nighttime movies and screenings.
“We are committed to keeping in line with the look and feel of this close-knit area. When you are relaxing on our patio or if you’re getting a bite with friends and family, we want you to feel like you are at your second home,” Tempe Public Market Café president Dave Chamberlin says. “The work we are doing at the restaurant is all with the community in mind.”
Tempe Public Market Café is looking to hire 20 for its June reopening. Positions include servers, hosts, bartenders, pastry cooks, bakers, and line cooks. Interviews start the week of May 20. Interested parties can apply at the restaurant’s website.
To keep up with renovations, check out the Tempe Public Market Café Facebook and Instagram.
Editor's note: This article has been updated from its original version.