Food & Drink

Jalapeño Inferno opens new take-out kitchen, cantina in Scottsdale

Posted 8/10/22

Jalapeño Inferno, a Sonoran-Mexican restaurant with three locations across the Valley, has announced it has officially opened a new take-out kitchen and cantina in north Scottsdale.

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Food & Drink

Jalapeño Inferno opens new take-out kitchen, cantina in Scottsdale

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Jalapeño Inferno, a Sonoran-Mexican restaurant with three locations across the Valley, has announced it has officially opened a new take-out kitchen and cantina in north Scottsdale.

This cantina and take-out kitchen opened in May and is located two blocks away from the original location at 7605 E. Pinnacle Road, according to a press release.

With this new take-out kitchen and cantina, Jalapeño Inferno can serve customers more efficiently as well as offer a host of fun new programs in the limited-service environment. The entire Jalapeno Inferno menu is available for takeout plus party platters, catering, and family meal deals. Third party delivery services are also available.

The cantina also serves cocktails, frozen margaritas, Mexican and craft draft beers, and more for both takeout and dine-in. The original giant bar is open daily. This allows takeout guests to enjoy beer, wine and cocktails with their to go meals. The cantina also offers limited seating for customers to stay and enjoy a drink with their meal or sit at the bar while they wait for their takeout food.

The cantina is also available for hosting private parties or events either inside or on the patio including corporate dinners, small business happy hour parties, family reunions and more. Guests can buy out the entire restaurant for any social event up to 150 people, the press release stated.

“After the curve ball the COVID-19 pandemic threw, we were challenged to create a new concept that will service the growing need for takeout,” said owner Terry Craig. “This concept really rounds out all of our restaurants nicely. It helps to relieve the takeout pressure at our other locations, allows us to continue to offer great quality food, and it offers a space for events.”

Jalapeño Inferno’s Take-out Kitchen and Cantina is located at 7605 E. Pinnacle Peak Road in the Sunset Shopping Center. To learn more information, call 480-478-6999 or visit jalapenoinferno.com.