Z’Tejas Opens New Location in Phoenix

Not only did Z’Tejas just celebrate its 20th year of providing delectable Southwestern eats in the Valley, but the restaurant is happy to announce that it will open a fifth Valley location. Construction will begin on July 2 on Z’Tejas’ new Central Phoenix outpost. “We are thrilled to move forward with our fifth location,” says Z’Tejas CEO Steven Micheletti. “After over a year of planning, Z’Tejas is finally able to move ahead with our building plans which will make for a great addition to this Phoenix neighborhood.”
The new location will feature small dining rooms for an intimate feel and a greenhouse with a retractable roof. The restaurant will seat about 290 guests and include an outdoor patio for locals to enjoy the cool weather.
Now for a little history lesson on Z’Tejas. Since the first Arizona Z’Tejas restaurant opened in December 1991 at Scottsdale Fashion Square, the restaurant has become a go-to spot for locals wanting a fun happy hour experience (thanks in part to the restaurant’s awesome margaritas) and a delectable Southwestern-inspired meal. The concept then continued to grow with three other locations in Shea and Tatum in Phoenix (1996), Tempe (2000) and Chandler in (2001). www.ztejas.com.

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