Opening to the public on Friday, June 3, Central Phoenix’s bustling 7th Street dining district is about to get a lot tastier thanks to the all-new gastropub, Stock & Stable.
Carved into a custom two-story space inside The Colony development, 5538 N. 7th St., the eatery is led by head chef/partner, Joe Absolor (formerly of The Clever Koi) and managed by Corbin James (formerly of Tarbell’s).
An expansive menu features hearty, from-scratch eats. Think plate-bending double cut pork chop with roasted peaches; a house-cured beef tongue pastrami; or house-marinated beer butt chicken served with lemon confit and fresh herbs.
Plus enjoy an ever-changing selection of house-made pastas such as shrimp stuffed cannaloni and lamb agnolotti, and salumi boards featuring artisan meats handpicked in Chicago.
Opening on the second floor later this June, Honor Amongst Thieves lounge will feature an extensive list of handcrafted drinks that are reinventions of the classics, as well as a compact menu of cheese and cured meat boards.
Named as a nod to its verdant North Central Phoenix neighborhood and the nearby Murphy Bridle Path, where local residents have been riding horses in the heart of the city since 1941, Stock & Stable will be open for lunch and dinner seven days a week, plus weekend brunch, and industry hour with late night food options.
Showcasing locally sourced ingredients whenever possible, Stock & Stable will feature LUX pastries & desserts and Noble bread.
Guests in the main dining room will be able to watch the action through a peek-through window, while anyone entering the restaurant from the back entrance, or simply walking to the restrooms, will see the kitchen staff working their magic behind a massive window wall that transforms the galley into a fishbowl for foodies.
For more information visit www.stockandstable.com, or call 602-313-1001.