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October/November 2011 Restaurant Openings and Closings

Whoa! Where did November go? We barely had enough time to say goodbye to October before the end of November was upon us. October was a little slow in the restaurant world but November more then made up for things. Here's a look back at the Autumn newcomers and the folks we had to say goodbye to. 

Restaurant Openings October 2011

Nachobot, Phoenix
Green, Phoenix
Nami, Phoenix
Tom's Tavern, Phoenix
The Sushi Room, Chandler 

Check out who opened in November and who shut their doors after the jump...

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Restaurant Closings October 2011


Sweet Sensation, Phoenix
Thai Elephant, Phoenix (Tempe is still open) 

Restaurant Openings November 2011

Thirsty Lion, Tempe
Cold Beer & Cheeseburgers, North Scottsdale
Studio Movie Grill, Scottsdale
NoRTH, Arcadia
Old Town Whiskey, Scottsdale 
Cave Creek Tap Haus, Cave Creek
The Sweetness, Phoenix (inside Fair Trade Coffee)
Five R Cha Thai, Phoenix (in the same spot Thai Elephant used to call home)
O.H.S.O, Arcadia

Restaurant Closings November 2011

Bloom, Scottsdale
Market Bistro, Both locations, North Phoenix and Scottsdale
Texano's, Tempe

Did we miss anybody? Let us know in the comments section below. 

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