The Henry to Open New Phoenix Location in 2024

Rendering of The Henry at Uptown Plaza, Phoenix

The Henry, a neighborhood restaurant that has been bringing guests warm hospitality and a craveable menu in Arcadia since 2013, is now expanding with a second Arizona location in Phoenix. 

The Phoenix restaurant is set to open in 2024 at the historic Uptown Plaza with the same charming culinary experience that diners have come to love over the last 12 years. Guests will recognize many of the same menu items from the Arcadia restaurant, including the smashed avocado toast and delicate roasted branzino, but can also expect to find new dinner options. 

A highlight of the new location will be the indoor-outdoor cocktail bar, which will offer a beverage menu consisting of crafted cocktails, local beers and curated wines, as well as the walk-up coffee bar serving specialty coffees and pastries. 

Guests will enjoy an extensive menu, which offers vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options, in a freshly-designed dining space boasting green awnings, a front patio with a center fireplace, a spacious private dining room, sky-blue tufted chairs, an open kitchen, leather detailing and chic wooden and marble tables for a cozy ambiance. 

The Henry serves daily breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert and a large selection of cocktails and beer in addition to the restaurant’s famous weekend brunch and happy hour offerings, which include speciality drinks and bites, such as oysters on the shell, parmesan truffle fries, short rib pot stickers and more. On the dinner menu, guests can find entrees such as seared ahi tuna, blackened fish tacos, braised short rib, Korean prime skirt steak and roasted chicken with grilled broccolini, heirloom carrots and chimichurri.

The Henry in central Phoenix will be located at 2 E. Camelback Road near the restaurant’s sister concept, Flower Child. For more information about the new Phoenix location, click here.

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