Aaron Chamberlin of St. Francis and Phoenix Public Market Café is planning to open a third spot in Tempe. He's aiming for a summer 2017 opening.
Chamberlin's latest endeavor will be located on the northeast corner of Rural and Warner roads; the 3,200-square-foot restaurant will offer breakfast, lunch, and dinner with a "simple, health-focused menu of sandwiches, salads, slow-cooked meats, and pastries, along with a full bar," according to a press release.
“We see a huge opportunity in South Tempe, an area that is very much underserved when it comes to locally owned restaurants,” Chamberlin said in the press release. “The Café is all about connecting the local food community by sourcing local ingredients wherever possible and providing a neighborhood gathering place to enjoy a casual meal in our dining room, a cup of coffee on our patio, or glass of local wine at our bar.”
For more details, visit phxpublicmarket.com/cafe.
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