Angels Trumpet Alehouse now has two locations in the Valley. The beer garden and restaurant recently opened within the Arcadia Crossing shopping center near 44th Street and Thomas Road. Unlike its original location, this one also has a cocktail lounge and, eventually, will have a microbrewery. The hours are 11 a.m. - midnight, daily.
Owners Sharry and Mat Englehorn opened the original Angels Trumpet in downtown Phoenix in 2012. For the second location, they renovated an 11,000-square-foot building that formerly was home to Sears Auto Center.
They have seating for more than 200 people, including a 46-seat private dining/meeting space.
They have more than 30 craft beers and wines on tap from local and national breweries.
The main dining room has an outdoor patio with a chalkboard beer menu, as well as tables and chairs, lawn chairs and backyard-style games, including cornhole.
The beer kegs are stored behind the bar in a commercial-sized shipping container. The owners hope to open a microbrewery within the next year.
Here is a view of the main dining room from the private/meeting area.
"Tall Glass" is a new cocktail concept from owners Sharry and Mat Englehorn. There is a 40-seat island bar, three booths and a handful of tables.
The bar will feature different craft spirits, including Oregon-based Rouge Spirits and San Diego-based Cutwater Spirits, as well as small bar bites. People will be able to order off Angels Trumpets' menu. Tall Glass has its own entrance but is also connected to Angels Trumpet's main dining room via a hallway.
The Tall Glass patio has couches, chairs and tables.
The steel fencing was made from repurposed WWII airplane runway strips.
A local artist painted this mural next to the bar in Tall Glass.
Brewlee burger: Fried egg, Peppered bacon, Pepper Jack cheese, fresh greens, pickled red onion, Sriracha mayonnaise and caramelized sugar.
Angels Wings: fried and served naked with sauce. Choice of Angels hot sauce or honey-infused moose drool brown ale. Served with carrots, celery and house blue cheese dressing.