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Orange Table Has Re-Opened in Tempe -- Chimichurri Hash Is Back!

In July we told you that longstanding Scottsdale breakfast spot Orange Table would be closing its doors for a complete overhaul, that it would reopen as a new restaurant with a new owner. Though the new management promised to keep much of the menu and staff the same, we knew it'd be the end of a brunch-ing era.

Fortunately for fans of White Flannel, coffee soda, and the Brunch Burger, Orange Table is back. On Saturday the restaurant reopened -- same owner, same menu -- at 203 East Seventh Street in Tempe.

See also: Postino Annex in Tempe Opens Wednesday; Here's a Look Inside

The new Orange Table is located off the northeast corner of the Arizona State University campus, not far from the booming College Avenue corridor that houses the school's new bookstore, the fourth location of Postino wine bar, and eventually, a third location of Snooze.

Orange Table is open from 6:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily and serves the same menu of breakfast, brunch, coffee, beers, and cocktails that was available at the old spot.

Orange Table in Scottsdale was sold to a new owner, Paul Mitchell (who also owns Old Town Tavern) in late July. That restaurant has been closed for a complete overhaul and renovation since Sunday, September 7. It will reopen on Monday, October 6 as Park Place Bar & Grill.

For more information about Park Place Bar & Grill, visit the former Orange Table Facebook and website, which have yet to be fully updated to reflect the restaurant's new name.

You can find information about Orange Table in Tempe on the Orange Table Tempe Facebook and website.

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Lauren Saria
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