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Old Posted May 15, 2024, 4:28 PM
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SEC of Thomas Rd & 7th St will be Original Chop Shop

They were originally looking just south of the SWC of Osborn Rd & 7th St but abandoned that plan. The new location is already posted on their website for upcoming locations (scroll down to "Coming Soon")
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Old Posted May 15, 2024, 4:30 PM
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SEC of Thomas Rd & 7th St will be Original Chop Shop

They were originally looking just south of the SWC of Osborn Rd & 7th St but abandoned that plan. The new location is already posted on their website for upcoming locations (scroll down to "Coming Soon")
Thank you for the update. I hadn't heard about that change in plans.
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Old Posted May 17, 2024, 10:15 PM
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Small tidbit. Drove by today and saw that a Senor Taco is taking up the old Jack in the Box space on Central in Midtown. A little sumthin' for the area.
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Old Posted May 31, 2024, 8:12 PM
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Not really "dining" but a leasing Brochure for the Abbey is on loopnet 5.15.2024

https://www.loopnet.com/viewer/pdf?f...%252051524.pdf

Cant wait to see this thing open!
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Old Posted May 31, 2024, 8:22 PM
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Well this is disappointing:

I found this on the Loop net the future of the Pemberton House
https://www.loopnet.com/Listing/1121...x-AZ/31877258/
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Old Posted May 31, 2024, 8:50 PM
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Well this is disappointing:

I found this on the Loop net the future of the Pemberton House
https://www.loopnet.com/Listing/1121...x-AZ/31877258/
Oh man, there's a battle for the preservationists. I would hope they would at least consider moving it.
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Old Posted May 31, 2024, 8:55 PM
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Actually, looking at the renderings a little more. It looks like that could be something for the adjacent parking lot that True North once pitched for a Godfrey Hotel?
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Old Posted Jun 1, 2024, 1:37 AM
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Yeah, the address on the marketing flyer is different from the pemberton house, and it makes no sense to demolish a perfectly serviceable 3 story building for another one anyways.
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Superstition Meadery to close Phoenix restaurant, taproom

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Old Posted Yesterday, 9:42 PM
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Really no surprise to me when you consider how off the beaten path it was. I always thought that location was incredibly pioneering but might enjoy a geographic monopoly, but the residential density just still isn't apparently there yet.
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Really no surprise to me when you consider how off the beaten path it was. I always thought that location was incredibly pioneering but might enjoy a geographic monopoly, but the residential density just still isn't apparently there yet.
The other problem was that despite having "Downtown" in its name, it wasn't within walking distance of downtown sports facilities, theaters, and event venues. It had to exist solely as a destination in its own right, and maybe the market wasn't big enough for that. I always enjoyed the food there, although I'll say that while I enjoy the occasional glass of mead, it never seemed a natural accompaniment to a meal in the way that beer and wine are.
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The "east side" of Downtown is no where near cosmopolitan enough for fine wine. It's giving more champurrado market vibes.
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it might have to do with the fact that it sold Mead, idk
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Too bad. I really liked the food and the mead. But I only went once or twice, so I guess I'm part of the problem.
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