New Ingo’s Tasty Food slated for mid-2022 opening in north Scottsdale

May 29, 2021, 5:00 AM

(Photo courtesy of Ingo's Tasty Food)...

(Photo courtesy of Ingo's Tasty Food)

(Photo courtesy of Ingo's Tasty Food)

PHOENIX — The third Arizona location for Ingo’s Tasty Food will be coming to north Scottsdale next year, LGO Hospitality announced Wednesday.

The new restaurant located at Scottsdale Road and Mayo Boulevard is projected to open mid-2022, officials announced in a press release.

It will be next to Buck&Rider, another LGO Hospitality restaurant.

The north Scottsdale Ingo’s, founded in Arcadia in 2013, will offer various options with an all-day menu, beginning the morning with a coffee bar and pastries and Ingo’s menu favorites for lunch and dinner, including fish and chips and the heirloom brown rice bowl.

Curbside and delivery services will continue to be made available through the Ingo’s Tasty Food app.

The second Arizona location for Ingo’s Tasty Food will open this summer in downtown Phoenix at Block 23.

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New Ingo’s Tasty Food slated for mid-2022 opening in north Scottsdale