Founded in Venice, CA in 2016, Tocaya Organica has made its way to the Valley and recently opened its third location at The Esplanade on 26th Street and Camelback Road. Tocaya’s menu offers salads, tacos, burritos, bowls and quesadillas “rooted in traditional Mexican recipes.” The dishes are made from locally sourced ingredients and can accommodate vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free preferences. For more: tocayaorganica.com.
CREPE HOUSE CAFÉ
Biltmore Fashion Park at 24th Street and Camelback recently welcomed the Crepe House Café to its lineup of dining options. This café offers authentic French crepes like the Nutella Chocolate Dream, plus French macarons, coffees and protein drinks, and lunch options like the Chipotle Chicken crepe. For more: visit the Crepe House Café Facebook page.
Biltmore Fashion Park also welcomed Bamboo Sushi to its roster. This is the first location in Arizona, with others based in Portland, Denver and Seattle. Bamboo Sushi offers signature sushi rolls, traditional nigiri and Japanese-inspired plates, as well as cocktails and sake. Chefs also create location-specific specials featuring “local, rare and hyper-seasonal ingredients” every night. For more: bamboosushi.com.
Located in Fashion Square on Goldwater and Scottsdale Road, Zinqué offers French-inspired dishes and small plates, such as charcuterie boards, sandwiches, salads and a brunch menu. This is the first location in Arizona. Zinqué is also available to host private parties and offers catering. For more: lezinque.com.
Revolu has expanded its business to include a new location in Uptown Phoenix on 7th Street near Missouri Ave. The name Revolu is an abbreviated name for a popular street in Tijuana, where the owner grew up. The restaurant specializes in Mexican street food as well as traditional items such as fajitas, burritos and tacos. For more: revolutaqueria.com.