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November Restaurant Openings and Closings in Metro Phoenix

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  • The Wine Store, Phoenix
  • "Unlike Sportsman's, The Wine Store will not be carrying any hard liquor, just beer and wine. And though Sportsman's was known for its extensive collection of more then 3,000 brands of wine, the new store will reportedly be carrying some new labels that Sportsman's didn't stock. "

  • Cornish Pasty Co., Scottsdale
  • "Scottsdale-ites who love the hand-held turnovers known as pasties will now be able to get their fill in their own neighborhood. The third location of Cornish Pasty Co., founded by Cornwall, England, native Dean Thomas, opened for business Wednesday at 3800 North Goldwater Boulevard in Scottsdale."

  • Tammie Coe Cakes (re-opened), Downtown Phoenix
  • "After closing up her Midtown shop at 610 Roosevelt Street in June, Coe re-opened this past weekend with a few décor changes and two new offerings to join her selection of cakes, cookies, and pastries. "

  • Scottsdale Station, Scottsdale
  • "But as of next week, Carefree Station's owners Robert and Linda Gabrick (who also own Prescott Station) will start anew with Scottsdale Station, their restaurant of globally inspired cuisine located at 8220 North Hayden Road (at Via de Ventura and Hayden in The Village at Hayden)."

  • Garbanzo Mediterranean Grill, Phoenix
  • Bootleggers, Scottsdale
  • "When the restaurant gods shutter a Monk, they open a Bootlegger.

    At least that's the case with Praying Monk, restaurateur and chef Aaron May's stylish American beer cafe in Old Town Scottsdale opened in May of last year. Shuttered last night, Praying Monk, located at 7217 East First Street, will become the second location of Bootleggers, the barbecue pit gone gastropub in North Phoenix. "

  • The Public House on Sixth (formerly Robbie Fox's), Tempe
  • American Taphouse, Gilbert
  • Copper Still Moonshine Grill, Gilbert
  • La Santisima Gourmet Taco Shop (formerly La Condesa), Glendale
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    Lauren Saria
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