Miracle Mile Deli at the Scottsdale Promenade Has Closed

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The number of places where you can get one of Miracle Mile Deli's famous Straw sandwiches is now down to one.

Last week the Scottsdale Promenade location of the Phoenix institution shut its doors for good. A post on the restaurant's Facebook page stated the company decided to close the location because of a new business opportunity.

The Miracle Mile Deli at 1949 East Camelback Road, inside the Camelback Colonnade, remains open.

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Read the post from the Miracle Mile Facebook below:

The Miracle Mile Family is disappointed to announce that we have closed our Scottsdale Promenade location. We are sincerely appreciative to have had the opportunity to serve the North Scottsdale Community over the last 5 years, and are truly thankful for our customers' loyalty and support.

With the restaurant industry rapidly changing, we are always looking out for new business opportunities. That being said, a new opportunity has presented itself, and this opportunity is something that our company cannot pass on. Unfortunately, to sustain and grow our current business, we have to cut our ties with the Scottsdale Promenade location.

Our loyal Miracle Mile patrons can still satisfy their craving by visiting our Phoenix location at the Camelback Colonnade, 1949 E. Camelback Road. Phoenix, AZ 85016. The Miracle Mile Family would like to once again thank everyone for their patronage and support, and we look forward to serving the North Scottsdale Community again in the future.

The Miracle Mile Deli has been a local landmark since 1949, known for its New York-style fare including pastrami, corned beef, and other deli favorites.

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