New Restaurant and Wine Bar, Nosh Arizona, to Open This Month in Chandler

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Not only is Nosh Arizona planning on hosting tastings for its wine -- one day, the restaurant that describes itself as "a cozy, small plate gastro pub and Pico-winery," hopes to make its own.

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Opening later this month and located at 4080 West Ray Road (in the former home of Bongo's Bar & Grill) in Chandler, Nosh Arizona, owned by chef Stacey Carson, will feature small plates with food inspired by Carson's travels. And with the food comes the drink -- specifically signature cocktails, beers, and wines.

Here's what diners can expect.

Moroccan spiced key lime shrimp, balsamic short ribs with a roasted poblano mash, and peach smoked salmon are a few of Carson's small plate entrees. Desserts include butter pecan goat cheese cake, mascarpone strawberries, and assorted homemade marshmallows.

For libations, along with signature cocktails such as a house margarita, the Pink Barbie (a variation of the cosmopolitan), and the Salty Poodle (a tequila version of the Salty Dog), Nosh will also feature a monthly "Adventure Drink," beer, and wine.

Nosh Arizona 4080 West Ray Road, Chandler 480-838-6674

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