Upscale Mexican restaurant Agave del Scottsdale to open early 2019
PHOENIX — Agave del Scottsdale plans to bring an upscale dining experience to the Valley in early 2019, the restaurant said in a news release Tuesday.
It promised a menu of authentic Mexican food, drawing on the owners’ Mexican heritage and an executive chef who’s moving from Mexico City to head the kitchen.
Diners will be able to enjoy five types of mole sauces, seafood entrees, made-to-order guacamole, tequila, mescal and more in an open-air dining room or at the indoor-outdoor bar.
Agave del Scottsdale will take over the old Butters Pancakes & Cafe at Hayden Road and Via de Ventura in Scottsdale.
“We are excited to bring Agave del Scottsdale to the community and share what we are passionate about – genuine Mexican food, diverse tequila, refined hospitality and entertainment,” Hector Soto, general manager, said in the release.
The restaurant plans to hire 50 to 80 employees later this month.