Ncounter To Open in Tempe in July

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Hm, "Nteresting."

Thom Coker and his wife, Kathy, owners and founders of T.C. Eggington's in Mesa, are planning a new venture on Mill Avenue in Tempe called Ncounter.

Like T.C. Eggington's, Ncounter, described as "hip Nspired deliciousness in a indoor/outdoor atmosphere with an urban cool vibe," will serve up fresh, homemade breakfast, brunch, and lunch favorites with the added benefit of breakfast cocktails for thirsty Tempe residents.

Ncounter is set to open next month.

Ncounter 310 South Mill Avenue, Tempe 480-968-9288 Hours: Mon - Sun: 7:00 a.m. - 3:05 p.m.

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