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Sam Fox to Open Second Culinary Dropout in Phoenix

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From hiring ex-Noca chef Chris Curtiss to run his new NoRTH location in Arcadia last November, to taking over the Oakville Grocery Co. space at CityScape in October to open Chloe's Corner with co-owner Ashly Young last week, restaurateur Sam Fox has been a busy boy indeed -- and just a month into 2012, he's showing no signs of slowing down.

Later this year, Fox plans to open a second location of his trendy Scottsdale gastropub, Culinary Dropout, in Phoenix. Known for its upscale pub-style fare, extensive beverage selection, grand interior, and uniform-free staff, the second location of the restaurant will be located at 5640 North Seventh Street (between Camelback and Bethany Home Roads), in a space that used to house a motorcycle shop.

Stay tuned for details.

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