A restaurant with a locally sourced menu impacted by the traditions of the Southwest is expected to open early next year.

Sheraton Phoenix Downtown will debut a new signature restaurant, Carcara, as part of the final phase of a major hotel renovation. Chaz Frankenfield, the executive chef, will head the creation of a menu that includes Native American and Sonoran-inspired foods and handcrafted cocktails. This restaurant will celebrate the Valley’s rich agricultural history and the region’s cotton fields and citrus groves will inspire its design. Carcara will feature a central bar, as well as three private dining rooms and an outdoor patio lined with Cara Cara orange trees. Expect light bites and dips, as well as fresh salads, soups and colorful side dishes, along with formidable entrees including prosciutto-wrapped seared sea scallops and beef ribeye.

To learn more, visit https://sheraton.marriott.com.



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