Ingo’s Tasty Food opens second Valley location in downtown Phoenix

Aug 31, 2021, 4:35 AM | Updated: 7:30 am
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PHOENIX — Ingo’s Tasty Food has opened its second Valley location in downtown Phoenix, LGO Hospitality announced on Monday.

Located on the ground floor of Block 23 development at Washington and First streets, the restaurant provides guests an all-day menu that includes a full coffee program and breakfast, lunch and dinner choices.

The two-story restaurant, which also features an indoor mezzanine, is open Monday through Thursday from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Friday from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Saturday and Sunday hours are coming soon, according to a press release.

“Downtown Phoenix is absolutely thriving, filled with continuous growth on every corner and leading the charge as a model for the next generation of truly energized, urban city living,” Emily Collins, vice president of growth and development for LGO Hospitality, said in the release.

“We’re honored to be part of the Block 23 community and have the opportunity to introduce the nostalgia of the Ingo’s menu items and experience in a fresh way that’s tailored to match the revitalizing energy for downtown residents, employees and visitors to enjoy.”

Menu items include domestic-raised, grass-finished burgers on buns handmade by LGO Bakeshop, fresh salads, the restaurant’s signature lacto-fermented hot sauce, shattered potato chips as well as newly added cocktail additions such as Diego Rivera and Lavender Lemonade.

Ingo’s Tasty Food opened its first location in 2013 in the Arcadia neighborhood of Phoenix. A third restaurant is planned to open next year in Scottsdale at Scottsdale Road and Mayo Boulevard, next to fellow LGO Hospitality restaurant Buck&Rider.

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Ingo’s Tasty Food opens second Valley location in downtown Phoenix