Sol Diablo Cantina in Tempe Re-Open Under New Ownership; Here's the New Menu

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After closing in April, Sol Diablo Cantina in Tempe has reopened for business -- this time under a new owner: Luis Millan, a local entrepreneur and restaurateur. Millan brings substantial experience in the restaurant industry to the table, including time as the executive chef for Canteen Modern Tequila, as well as the sous chef for Fox Restaurant Concepts.

Along with the new owner comes a complete renovation and an updated menu with dishes such as Skirt Steak Carne Asada and ten different kinds of tacos.

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The restaurant, located in the University Towers across from Sun Devil Stadium, is serving lunch and dinner from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily with the bar staying open until 2 a.m. Thursday though Saturday.

In addition to the menu of tacos, entrees, and starters, Sol Diablo Cantina also offers a full bar with options such as the Casa Margarita ($6) and both red and white sangria ($5). Other drinks include three types of Sol Mules ($7) such as the Mexicana made with tequila, cilantro, cucumber, and mint.

There's also a selection of red and white wines ranging in price from $5 to $10 a glass, as well as a list of Diablo Drinks, each priced between $6 and $10. The selection includes favorites such as the Sol Mojito and the Agave Old Fashion to some more unique creations like the The Secreto made with peach vodka, fresh guava, lemon, bitters, and champagne.

View the complete menu below:

For more information check the Sol Diablo Facebook.

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