Looking for Something Unique in Downtown Phoenix this Friday Night?
[Source: Habitat Metro]
Still thinking about what to do this Friday or Saturday evening? Come visit Habitat Metro‘s new acquisition—the Lexington Hotel at Portland Street and Central Avenue. And, check out our “pop-up” restaurant – Cycle.
In addition to great food and fun drinks, visit the studios of our in-residence artists – Kyle Jordre and Jenny Ignaszewski. A whole new way to see First Fridays in Downtown Phoenix…tim sprague
What is Cycle:
Don’t Blink! Cycle is a new restaurant with an expiration date. New chefs, menus and food trucks will “cycle” through the short life of the restaurant. Cycle will only be open at the Lexington Hotel ’til Fall when the entire property undergoes a 6-month renovation.
When is it open?
Cycle’s grand opening will be held on First Friday, April 1, 2011. As usual, the chef, menu and drinks will be announced the week of via Twitter and Facebook. No peeking. We will surprise you.
What is a pop-up restaurant?
The first of it’s kind in Phoenix, Cycle is intentionally a short-lived restaurant with no resident chef. The menu rotates often with new chefs and food trucks on a regular basis. These mini-restaurants exists for only a handful of days, so don’t blink!
Who’s the chef?
Depends on the cycle! Cycle has scheduled the city’s top chefs and gourmet food trucks who will bring their short-lived menu to the restaurant. Check the website for full schedule.
What type of food?
Could be anything! Depends on the chef or food truck during that particular Cycle. Check the online schedule for menus and details for each night of service.
Depends on the rotating chef’s menu. Always expect prices as casual as our space!
Where’s the schedule of chefs/menus/food trucks?
What are the hours?
Check the online schedule for featured meals, chefs and food trucks. First Friday, April 1 and Saturday April 2, Happy Hour from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm – Dining from 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm. Of course, the bar is open till 2:00 pm.
About the Lexington.
With construction beginning in Fall 2011, the Lexington Hotel will undergo a dramatic renovation, reopening in early 2012. The new hotel will become a cultural icon and hangout for Downtown Phoenix residents with dining, art galleries and events, also making it a world-class destination for travelers to “go where the locals go.”
Tim Sprague is Managing Member of Habitat Metro, LLC. He is also member of the DVC Steering Committee. Tim can be reached at email@example.com