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5 Star Dive Bar & Grill

At this “dive” bar, you’ll find 32 beers on tap, plenty of cocktail choices and a robust selection of bar snacks and burgers. 1807 E. Baseline Rd., Tempe, 480-597-3067,


Ghost Ranch veteran Chef Rene Andrade opened a Mexican restaurant with partners Armando Hernandez and Nadia Holguin of Tacos Chiwas. The restaurant takes over the shuttered Barrio Café Gran Reserva space. 1301 NW. Grand Ave., Phoenix, 602-612-4018

Carousel Arcade Bar

Featuring more than 20 games, including air hockey, pinball and ping-pong, this Westgate bar also has cocktails and some fun snacks, from cotton candy to milkshakes. 6751 N. Sunset Blvd., Glendale, 623-877-9777,

Chef J Asian Kitchen

This Asian restaurant serves up chef’s specialties, including Singapore-style noodles, Thai coconut chicken and more than 20 lunch combos. 4316 E. Cactus Rd., Phoenix, 602-354-8830,

Christopher’s at Wrigley Mansion

Christopher Gross opened his long-awaited French restaurant at the Wrigley Mansion. Gross will present an eight-course chef’s tasting menu with optional wine pairings. Christopher’s classics, prix fixe bistro lunches and brunch to come. 2501 E. Telawa Trail, Phoenix, 602-522-2344,

Crumbl Cookies

Popular cookie franchise opens an outlet in Mesa with rotating specialty flavors as well as chilled sugar and milk chocolate chip cookies daily. 1911 E. Brown Rd., Mesa, 480-530-0185,

El Sol Mexican Café & Bakery

Family-owned Chandler Mexican restaurant reopens after being closed for a year. 760 N. Arizona Ave., Chandler, 480-786-0811

Farmer Boys

Eco-minded burger and breakfast chain opened up shop in Gilbert. 1535 N. Higley Rd., Gilbert, 480-648-1264,

Forefathers Cheesesteaks

New Chandler location for this build-your-own cheesesteak eatery. 1075 W. Queen Creek Rd., Chandler,

Humble Bistro

Humble Pie’s sister restaurant has opened on High Street, highlighting fresh pasta dishes, pizza and wine. 5415 E High Street, Phoenix, 480-502-2121,

Krazy Cajun Seafood & Hibachi

Choose from a variety of seafood, including shrimp, crawfish, blue crab and scallops and then pick your seasonings, heat and side dishes. Or, have a basket of fried fish and fries, hibachi entrees, noodles and more. 24 W. Camelback Rd., Phoenix, 602-274-7219,

Lincoln Steakhouse & Bar

JW Marriott Scottsdale Camelback Inn Resort & Spa has reopened Lincoln Steakhouse with executive chef Paul Valenzuela at the helm. The restaurant features hand-cut Cedar River Farms beef and Prime steaks. 5402 E. Lincoln Dr., Scottsdale, 480-905-7979,

Matty G’s Steak Burgers & Spirits

Local burger joint Matty G’s has taken over the old Smashburger location in south Tempe. Known for its steak burgers and fry sauce. 815 E. Baseline Rd., Tempe,

nomada Provisions

Nonna Urban Eatery owners Valentina Huerta and Gian Franco Brugaletta have opened nomada Provisions, “an ingredient focused retail experience” featuring cheeses, wines, charcuterie, oil and vinegars, spices, condiments, teas, baking products and ready-made packaged foods. 3410 N. 24th St., Phoenix,

Novel Ice Cream

Phoenix hand-crafted ice cream shop famous for the donut ice cream sandwich has opened a second location in downtown Mesa. 40 N. McDonald, Mesa, 602-784-4729

Ono Hawaiian BBQ

This fast-casual restaurant features Hawaiian plate lunches with barbecued chicken, beef, pork and fish, along with rice, macaroni salad and vegetables. 3135 S. Val Vista, Gilbert, 490-279-2342,


Scottsdale Fashion Square has added a Pinkberry frozen yogurt kiosk just outside Lululemon.

Salad and Go

Popular drive-through salad restaurant opens its 29th Valley location in Mesa. 2814 S. Signal Butte Rd., Mesa,

State 48 Tap House

State 48 Tap House has taken over former Gordon Biersch brewery in the San Tan Village center. Loads of beer and a scratch kitchen. 2218 E Williams Field Rd., Gilbert, 480-530-4190,

Trapper’s Sushi Co.

Washington state-based Trapper’s Sushi Co. opened its first Arizona location in Avondale. Look for sushi of all stripes, sashimi, tempura and teriyaki dishes. 10321 W. McDowell Rd., Avondale, 623-248-1726,


Chino Bandido
After 31 years in the same location, Chino Bandito is closing its 19th Avenue location and moving to the northwest corner of Bell Road and Third Avenue. The Chinese Mexican fusion restaurant is targeted to open in June at the new location.

Game Seven Grill adjacent to Chase Field has called it quits.

Hot Noodles Cold Sake
After nearly five years, Josh Hebert’s Scottsdale ramen restaurant has closed.

Stratta Kitchen
James Beard Award-winning chef Alex Stratta has closed his Scottsdale Stratta Kitchen and will reopen in May as Campo Italian Bistro and Bar.

TGI Fridays Front Row Sports Grill at Chase Field has permanently shuttered.

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