September 2011 Restaurant Openings and Closings

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Goodbye September, hello October! We didn't have a whole lot of action on the restaurant front this past month, but we did have a couple of places open -- and a few places bailed. 

Restaurants (and other Food-Related Establishments) That Opened in September 2011 

check out who else opened after the jump...

Firehouse Subs, Phoenix

Nami, Phoenix 

Cartel Coffee Lab, Scottsdale 

September 2011 Restaurant Closings 

Fred's at Barneys, Scottsdale

The Paisley Violin, Phoenix (They say they will be reopening across the street from their former location sometime in October) 

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

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