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Chef Joey Maggiore to debut two new restaurant concepts in Scottsdale

Posted 8/15/22

Husband-and-wife duo, Chef Joey and Cristina Maggiore, are the restaurateurs and co-owners behind Scottsdale-based The Maggiore Group and are introducing two all-new concepts, The Rosticceria and The …

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Foodie Watch

Chef Joey Maggiore to debut two new restaurant concepts in Scottsdale

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Husband-and-wife duo, Chef Joey and Cristina Maggiore, are the restaurateurs and co-owners behind Scottsdale-based The Maggiore Group and are introducing two all-new concepts, The Rosticceria and The Italiano.

Coming to the Paradise Valley area at 12811 N. Tatum Blvd., a press release announced, The Rosticceria will feature wood-fired meats and Arizona’s first Italian rotisserie wood-fired grill. The rotisserie grills are imported from Italy and live music will all be a part of the dining experience. 

A new chapter for the Maggiore legacy and dedicated to Chef Joey Maggiore’s Italian heritage, The Italiano will be a casual, elegant Italian restaurant with “mod-iterranean” design and food at 9301 E. Shea Boulevard, Building 137. Chef Joey’s father and culinary legend, Tomaso Maggiore founded the Italian institution, Tomaso’s, on the Camelback Corridor in 1977 and now the second generation restaurateur is taking after his father’s footsteps with a modern Italian restaurant, the release stated.

The couple has created other popular concepts in the Valley before such as:

  • Hashtag-inspired brunch spot Hash Kitchen, famous for its build-your-own Bloody Mary bar and over-the-top brunch dishes and morning cocktails.
  • The Sicilian Butcher, a charcuterie bar and Sicilian-inspired restaurant, featuring Sicilian style charcuterie boards, craft meatballs and hand-cut pasta.
  • The Sicilian Baker, a cannoli bar, pasticceria and Italian market next door to The Sicilian Butcher.
  • The Mexicano, which brings together a margarita bar and elevated Mexican cuisine like lava rock fajitas, three-foot quesadillas and molcajetes.
The Maggiore Group, Chef Joey Maggiore, Scottsdale restaurants, Paradise Valley restaurants, The Rosticceria, The Italiano, The Mexicano