New Restaurant Round-up

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So many new restaurants, so little time. But hey, at least I'm trying to keep track of them for you. Here's a quick cheat sheet on new spots that have opened recently.

In Phoenix, there's Postino Central, Moira Sushi, Scramble, Corona Cantina, Barrio Cantina & Grill, Saito's Japanese Steakhouse, and Mojo Yogurt.

Bryan's Black Mountain Barbecue opened in Cave Creek, while Poco (formerly Imagine Spain), Afterlife, Banzai Cowboy, Takeda Thai, Pony Express Cafe, and Regions debuted in Scottsdale. Regions also opened a second location in Tempe.

Elsewhere in the East Valley, Shakespeare's opened in Mesa, while Blu Burger Grille set up another outpost in Chandler.

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