New Phoenix restaurants to try now serve brunch, pasta and hot chicken

recently, I sipped sriracha bloody Mary’s before noon at an Asian-themed party spot in downtown Phoenix as bartenders poured cocktails into Chinese takeout boxes. I burnt my mouth on some seriously hot Nashville chicken in Peoria. And then one evening on Scottsdale Road, I dug my fork into a creamy bulb of burrata cheese and let it spill out onto some of the Valley’s best cake.

If it sounds like a hodgepodge, that’s because it is. The only thing these restaurants have in common is that they’re all brand new and worth checking out sooner than later.

You could even hit them up all in one day for breakfast, lunch and dinner in an ultimate eating day across the Valley.

No matter what order you decide to try them in, just be sure to eat here first.

Breakfast noodles and a sriracha bloody Mary at Palma

The breakfast noodles are capped with chile crunch sauce and a poached egg.

This thumping party of a restaurant can be surprisingly easy to miss as you’re walking by, so it’s important to use your trusty Google Maps to find this tropical watering hole tucked away on a side street in Roosevelt Row.

Owned by Nebraska-based Flagship Restaurant Group, the restaurant is part of a larger compound that includes nightclub bowling alley Cham Pang Lanes and the acclaimed agave cocktail bar Ghost Donkey.

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