O.H.S.O. Brewery to Open Third Location Near Paradise Valley Next Month

Dog lovers and beer fanatics of the Paradise Valley area, get excited. Within the next few weeks, O.H.S.O Brewery will open at third location at 10810 North Tatum Boulevard, in the Paradise Valley Marketplace on the northwest corner of Tatum and Shea.

As with the other two O.H.S.O. locations, the original in Arcadia and second in Scottsdale, the Paradise Valley bar and restaurant will offer housemade brews and a dog-friendly patio. The newest location will also have a 10-barrel, two-story brewhouse with a private table inside.

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The new brewery has taken over an unused garden space within the Paradise Valley Marketplace. In addition to offering 3,615 square feet of interior space, there will be a signature outdoor patio and dog-friendly "Barking Bar." The restaurant and bar is known for offering complimentary dog treats, water bowls, and for having other dog-friendly policies.

The large outdoor space will even include a dog play area, various games, fire pits, and lounge seating.

O.H.S.O. fans can expect a lineup of proprietary brews at the soon-to-open spot, as well as a selection of cocktails and wine. Food options will include burgers, salads, and appetizers -- including the restaurant's well-known Pretzel Board. The kitchen will be open until midnight.

At the new location, O.H.S.O. plans to introduce a new deal: half-off bottles of wine from 10 p.m. to close every night. The bar and restaurant will also have happy hour deals and the signature $10 Sunday Beer Brunch.

O.H.S.O.'s original location in Arcadia has become a popular neighborhood spot, attracting beer drinkers and their four-legged friends despite serving lackluster food. The brewery added a second location in mid-2014, which is also a distillery.

O.H.S.O. Brewery in Paradise Valley expects to open during the second week of March. For updates check the O.H.S.O Brewery Paradise Valley Facebook.

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