Peoria’s Park West to welcome 3 additional restaurants this fall

Aug 27, 2020, 4:15 AM | Updated: 7:16 am
(Facebook Photo/Hash Kitchen)...
(Facebook Photo/Hash Kitchen)
(Facebook Photo/Hash Kitchen)

PHOENIX — Park West in Peoria will welcome the collective opening of three additional restaurants at the end of September.

The openings will mark Hash Kitchen’s fifth Valley location and the third installments of both The Sicilian Butcher and The Sicilian Baker, according to a press release.

“After careful consideration and waiting for months until we felt it was safe to open our doors in Peoria, we are looking forward to welcoming the community during these unprecedented times,” The Maggiore Group Co-founder and Executive Chef Joey Maggiore said in the release.

“Our team is dedicated to providing the utmost safety, best dining experiences, family-friendly venues, and boundless food and beverage options.”

Hash Kitchen, a brunch-centric restaurant known for its build-your-own Bloody Mary bar, will occupy a 4,500-square-foot space capable of seating 330 guests.

The Sicilian Butcher will have a 6,000-square-foot dining room, a 2,500-square-foot outdoor patio and will be able to accommodate 400 guests as they dine on a variety of Sicilian dishes and custom-made meatballs.

The Sicilian Baker will be next door to the Sicilian Butcher and will offer guests a variety of Italian desserts, pasta and espresso.

The Maggiore Group opened its first restaurant — Tomaso’s — in 1977 in the Camelback Corridor.

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