Can Scottsdale's nightlife district do a trendy restaurant/ultra-lounge concept that doesn't just attract pretty young things in search of a candy cocktail and a phone number scribbled on a napkin, but actually has cred with food fanatics?
Chu plans to create a menu of intriguing, pan-Asian tapas dishes much like those he already serves at his own Downtown Phoenix eatery, Sens, along with one-off menus such as Dim Sum Sundays. To drink, there will be wine, sake, and craft cocktails served from three different bars.
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