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June Restaurant Openings and Closings in Metro Phoenix

Last month we saw the demise of the French cafe Scratch Pastries, which had recently expanded from Scottsdale to downtown Phoenix. We'll miss the pastel colored macarons and dainty cakes but we are set to welcome a new French-inspired eatery to the scene: French Grocery, a cafe and market, set to open soon in Central Phoenix.

See also: - Scratch Pastries and Scratch French Cafe Closed; Owners Duc and Noelle Liao To Declare Bankruptcy - Virtu Honest Craft Grand Opening Last Night in Old Town Scottsdale

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