Locally owned market nomada Provisions opens in Phoenix

Mar 9, 2021, 4:35 AM | Updated: 7:12 am

(Courtesy photo/nomada Provisions)...

(Courtesy photo/nomada Provisions)

(Courtesy photo/nomada Provisions)

PHOENIX — A locally owned market offering carefully crafted food, coffee, wine and provisions is now open in Phoenix, hoping to introduce customers to food ingredients from around the world.

Located at 3410 N. 24th St., nomada Provisions is open Tuesday through Sunday from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.

The market is the newest concept of Valentina Huerta and Chef Gian Franco Brugaletta, the minds behind Nonna Urban Eatery located in Old Town Scottsdale.

“As we reach a pivotal point for the food and beverage industry, in a post-pandemic world, we feel a ‘nomadic’ approach to food is much more aligned with today’s reality,” Huerta said in a press release. “nomada is intended to allow consumers to explore, travel and dream through food and beverages as ingredients in addition to creating a practical way to access fresh carefully crafted, ready-made options for those with little time to cook.

“In a way, nomada will continue a primordial love affair with all things gourmet, bon viveur and bon vivant.”

Unique labels of items like cheeses, charcuterie, oil and vinegars, spices and condiments, teas, baking products and other high-end pantry items are available, according to the release, along with popular and lesser-known wines that are not found at other retail outlets.

Other options include ready-made packaged goods, heat and serve options and a menu that features dips and spreads, seasonal salads and bowls, wraps, chicken, salmon, pasta, sushi and soup.

Customers are also invited to relax in the coffee corner of the market to enjoy an espresso, Americano, latte or cappuccino made using a selection of arabica and robust beans.

The couple’s Scottsdale restaurant opened in 2017.

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Locally owned market nomada Provisions opens in Phoenix