Modern Grove Neighborhood Eatery & Market to Open April 8 in North Phoenix

A new neighborhood spot for breakfast, lunch, dinner, coffee, and drinks is coming to North Phoenix at 15530 North Tatum Boulevard, Suite 160, on the northwest corner of Tatum Boulevard and Greenway Road. Modern Grove Neighborhood Eatery & Market, an eatery and market, will celebrate its grand opening Tuesday, April 8.

The concept comes courtesy of local developer Aaron Klusman, who's also the founder of Zoyo Neighborhood Yogurt. Klusman opened the first Modern Grove in Flagstaff last August and has plans to open a third location in Mesa later this year.

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In honor of the grand opening, Modern Grove will offer each of the first 50 guests their choice of free Classic burgers or free Gobbler turkey burgers for one year - limit one per month.

The 3,500-square-foot space will offer a casual sit-down eatery, bar, grocery, and patio. The menu will include starters such as hummus, bruschetta, caprese, and kale salads, and pretzels with beer cheese. Heavier options include a selection of panini ($6.99 to $8.99), sandwiches (all under $8), pizzas, and burgers, all made with 100 percent Niman Ranch beef.

Modern Grove will also be serving breakfast with options including a breakfast sandwich, quiches, a breakfast burrito, and warm Belgium waffles. All the breakfast menu items are priced between about $5 and $7.

As for the beverages, you'll find coffee, espresso drinks, shakes and malts, bottled and draft beers, and a selection of wines available both by the glass and the bottle.

You can view the complete Modern Grove menu online.

Modern Grove Neighborhood Eatery & Market 15530 N. Tatum Blvd., Suite 160 602-992-1127 www.moderngrove.com

7 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily

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