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Cafe Monarch to Open In New Space This Month

Posted on: October 4th, 2017 by Press Release No Comments

Family-owned and operated restaurant Cafe Monarch will continue to serve a one-of-a-kind dining experience but in a new picturesque space starting next month. Located on 1stAvenue in Old Town Scottsdale, the award-winning restaurant is moving to a grand yet intimate space set to open at the end of October.

Cafe Monarch to Open In New Space This Month“We are beyond excited to expand our concept into the new beautiful space just a few feet away,” says Owner Phillip Lewkowicz. “For years we’ve always envisioned Cafe Monarch’s future in the new building and we are now making that vision a reality. We’ve also grown as a restaurant and the new space will integrate a full-service bar area as well as a stunning 1,000 bottle all glass wine cellar in the main dining room that we know our guests will love.

”The new 4,500 square foot restaurant located at 6939 E 1st Avenue is directly across the street from the current location. It’ll be designed to have the same old world charm as the original venue, with a beautiful outdoor courtyard and candlelight ambiance. New to Cafe Monarch will be a 12-seat bar inside where guests can enjoy signature cocktails, light snack and menu offerings, as well as two private dining rooms. The original venue will still be owned and operated by the Lewkowicz family and be used for private dining at night and a new breakfast and lunch concept called Monarch Marketplace.

The restaurant will be expanding its staff for the new 130 seats. Cafe Monarch’s servers are trained through the Guildsomm Sommeliers program, all having extensive food and wine knowledge.

The restaurant also recently hired a new Chef de Cuisine to work alongside their Executive Chef Gus Lewkowicz. Chef de Cuisine Ryan Pitt comes from Citizen Public House in Scottsdale and brings his talents to the ever-changing menu at Cafe Monarch. The restaurant’s one-of-a-kind menu consists of four courses that are changed on a weekly basis featuring seasonal specialties with local ingredients.

Every year, Cafe Monarch is awarded for its exclusive and inviting atmosphere and menu. This year, the restaurant was named One of the Top 100 Most Romantic Restaurants in America by OpenTable.

Cafe Monarch is open for dinner only Tuesday through Saturday. For menus and more information, visit, follow them on Facebook, or call 480-970-7682. Cafe Monarch is currently located at 6934 E 1st Ave, Ste 102, Scottsdale, Arizona, 85251.

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