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Now Open: Cornish Pasty Co. in Scottsdale

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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.

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As reported previously, the Scottsdale location of Cornish Pasty Co. was built out of what originally were two homes. The restaurant will feature a courtyard patio, with a similar feel to popular Tempe bar Casey Moore's.

The menu at the newest location will be the same as at the other two Cornish Pasty Co. outlets, but the Scottsdale spot will feature more alcohol offerings. In particular, more wines.

With the Scottsdale location open now it should only be a week or so until the restaurant's Las Vegas location is ready as well. That Cornish Pasty Co. will be at 953 East Sahara Avenue. The next location will be in downtown Phoenix, though that's not expected to open until closer to the new year.

Cornish Pasty Scottsdale will be open until 11 tonight.

For more information, visit the Cornish Pasty Co. Facebook page or call 480-945-1220.

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