An historic 1929 mansion in South Phoenix is about to get a new life as a restaurant.
Lunch offerings include an artisan cheese board, sandwiches like smoked brisket with a side of polenta fries, and salads, from grilled romaine to beet and goat cheese. For dinner, there's all of that and more -- white wine-steamed mussels with cherry tomatoes and shallots, jumbo shrimp and grits with bacon, creamy carrots, and sweet corn-serrano sauce, handmade pappardelle with local sausage, and grass-fed shortribs braised in veal stock.
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