Little Cay Latin Caribbean kitchen opens in Scottsdale

(PRESS RELEASE)– The cuisine coming out of the Caribbean and Central and South America is some of the world’s most spectacular, and a new eatery opening in Phoenix this October will celebrate some of the islands’ and Latin America’s biggest culinary draws.

Little Cay, (a little island) offers a soul-satisfying menu and an equally lively island atmosphere. Guests of the new Latin Caribbean restaurant can count on exotic flavors and dishes prepared in methods popularized along the shores and main-lands of Cuba, Puerto Rico and numerous areas of Central and South America.

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The eatery’s vibrant, diverse menu features inventive takes on classic and contemporary Caribbean and Latin American dishes, with offerings ranging from a Classic Cubano Sandwich and Sweet Potato Fries to the vegan-friendly Vegan Island, packed with portobello mushrooms, eggplant, succotash and chimichurri sauce, among other mix-ins.

And because no culinary tour of the islands or main-lands is complete without cocktail options, Little Cay visitors can anticipate an expansive assortment of colorful craft cocktails. Want to be among the first to get a taste of Little Cay? To learn more or sign up to score a grand opening invite, check out LittleCayAZ.com.

Valley foodies will recognize the name of Little Cay’s owner, Ben Sinon, who previously helmed the Wrigley Mansion as the general manager.

“It’s a laid-back concept,” said Sinon. “Guests can grab-n-go, dine in and it’s perfect food for a party.”

Address: 

4912 E. Shea Blvd Suite 108

Scottsdale AZ, 85254

Phone: 

(480) 534-4110

Hours: 

Mon-Sun 11am-9pm

Website: 

LittleCayAZ.com

 

Press release and photo provided by AWE Collective.

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