First Restaurant Revealed at Sam Fox’s New Luxury Hotel

Restaurateur and Founder of FOX Restaurant Concepts Sam Fox has unveiled theà, the rooftop restaurant of his upcoming Phoenix luxury hotel The Global Ambassador that is scheduled to open at 44th Street and Camelback Road in late 2023. 

The highly-anticipated project will add to the intersection’s exciting selection of restaurants and surrounding community with even more dining options. theà will be one of five new restaurants that will be featured at The Global Ambassador

Inspired by the Mediterranean region, theà will serve a variety of elevated dishes in a modern, relaxed setting complete with an outdoor patio furnished with greenery, multiple bars, a fireside lounge and large windows that will provide natural light and magnificent views of the city below.

“Incredible food has always helped define some of my most cherished memories,” says Fox. “Italy, France and Greece have served as the settings for some of the best meals of my life and I not only want to capture the bright and bold flavors of the Mediterranean, but also the memories made there, which are almost always accentuated by lively music, communal gatherings with family and friends and being encapsulated in stunning surroundings.” 

Food Network star and nationally renowned chef Eric Kim Haugen will run the kitchen at theà and bring his expertise to the table in partnership with Fox. 

The extensive menu will include coastal seafood, such as charred octopus and shrimp scorpio, flatbreads and six different types of dips to share, vegetables like Moroccan roasted carrots, a selection of cheeses, meat skewers and Fox’s favorite dish inspired by his recent trip to Italy: the Spaghetti alla Nerano made with zucchini pasta. 

theà will also offer a unique cocktail menu made with fresh ingredients as well as a large rosé collection.
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