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Japanese bistro Pyro coming to mixed-use development The Grove in Phoenix

Mar 24, 2022, 4:05 AM
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PHOENIX — Japanese bistro Pyro was announced Wednesday as the first restaurant coming to the $400 million mixed-use development The Grove in Phoenix.

The 4,200-square-foot space at the development located at 44th Street and Camelback Road will have an open-flame concept for its menu, a cocktail bar and a large outdoor patio with an open hearth.

Pyro will be open for lunch and dinner after the development opens, which is scheduled for fall 2023.

“The Flagship Restaurant Group team and I are very excited to bring Pyro to The Grove,” Nick Hogan, CEO and co-founder of the group bringing the restaurant to Phoenix, said in a press release.

“We felt that it was the right time to bring our brand-new concept to this location, as there is much development taking place in-market and residents and travelers in Phoenix are always looking for the right mix of creativity coupled with responsibly-sourced fare.”

Pyro is the latest announced tenant at the high-profile mixed use project.

Banner Health announced in November it would occupy a 70,000-square-foot medical building to house Arizona’s second Banner Health Center Plus.

A new community by StreetLights Residential will feature 58 two- and three- bedroom luxury apartment homes.

The Phoenix Suns and Phoenix Mercury opened a training facility at The Grove in 2020.

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Japanese bistro Pyro coming to mixed-use development The Grove in Phoenix