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September brought a flurry of new restaurants in the midst of a pandemic and the closure of seven, some of which were longstanding establishments. Here’s to cooler days and chilly nights as we make our way through 2020. Aioli Gourmet Burgers This popular burger outlet opened its third location in the former Caveman Burgers in north Phoenix. 430 E. Bell Rd., Phoenix, 602-633-3030, aioliburger.com B Gastro Bar Family-owned Cuisine & Wine Bistro has rebranded as...

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Openings Alibi at Canopy by Hilton Tempe Downtown This full-service rooftop bar, open to the public Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, offers craft cocktails, global street food by chef Ken Arneson and a 180-degree panoramic view from the 14th floor. 108 E. University Dr., Tempe,480-968-6800, tempedowntown.canopybyhilton.com Benjamin’s Upstairs The creative team behind Citizen Public House and The Gladly has opened Benjamin’s Upstairs (located upstairs from Citizen Public House in Scottsdale), with a menu by chef Benjamin Graham...

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It’s hard to believe that 14 new restaurants opened in the middle of July in Phoenix amid a worldwide pandemic, but here we are. Kudos to all. The Valley also saw six restaurants close in July. Openings Carnitas Way The folks at Los Sombreros have debuted a new concept featuring scratch-made California-style burritos, bowls and salads. Order online for take-out or delivery. Locations in Mesa, Scottsdale and Uptown Phoenix. carnitasway.com Flavorz Fish & Chicken Fried...

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