the larder + the delta

 

When the DeSoto Central Market, Phoenix’s experiment with an indoor food hall and market, closed abruptly in the summer of 2018, it was a disappointment to fans of culinary innovation, community space, historic preservation, and small business startups. All was not lost, however, because one of DeSoto’s best eateries, known as the larder + the delta (stylized with small letters and a plus sign), had already struck out on its own. With DeSoto having fulfilled its role as an incubator during its short life, its progeny now stands on its own a few blocks away. Continue reading “the larder + the delta”

House of Tricks

Almost every college campus has a certain array of restaurant types within a few blocks’ walk. There’s always a cheap burger-and-brew place, a wide variety of international restaurants, and at least one place with an alternative vibe and a mainly vegetarian menu. What missing from the list? There’s also usually a restaurant that caters more to the faculty than the students — unless of course it’s a place to for students to go with their parents when they’re visiting, and, more importantly, paying. Arizona State University’s version of this restaurant has long been the House of Tricks.

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