Updating the status of two casual options headed into Spring Valley, long promised to be headed into the Apache Center retail enter.
First to arrive at the intersection of Fort Apache and Spring Mountain Road will be the third local expansion for California-based Zero Degrees, preparing to open the doors to its 1,600-square-foot space on Saturday, May 18.
Serving its now familiar “Asian-Hispanic fusion” menu, popular and extremely colorful choices include mangonadas, ube milkshakes, spicy Dole Whip, and hot Cheetos chilote.
Close neighbor Cubanidad 1885 is also announcing its will be “opening soon,” featuring a Cuban menu from restaurateurs The Buddhakai Group.
Inspired by the culinary scene in Ybor City, Florida, and time spent with chef Douglas Rodriguez, the “Godfather of Nuevo Latino Cuisine,” the restaurant will be helmed by Cuban-born chef Dennis Martinez Miranda.
The compact 935-square-foot project can only handle a maximum occupancy of 15 inside, but will feature a diverse menu including breakfast options, plus Cuban fried rice, baby pork ribs, croquetas, guava and cheese pastelitos paired with Cuban coffee, and burgers and sandwiches.
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