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Chef Matt Carter to Open New Restaurant in Scottsdale

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Chef Matt Carter, the force behind Zinc Bistro and The Mission, is ready to do it again.

The Republic reports that next spring, Carter and partners Brian Raab and Terry Ellisor will open a new establishment called The House in Old Town Scottsdale, at 6936 East Main Street, next door to Grazie Pizzeria.

The House will offer "an international menu of shareable dishes, everything from paella and poutine to charcuterie and macaroni and cheese," says the Republic, and quotes Carter as saying it will be less expensive than Zinc Bistro or The Mission, with an average check price of $30-$35.

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