October restaurant openings: 15 new restaurants to try in the Valley
Bitters - Bitters is a new craft beer and cocktail bar at ASU's SkySong complex near Scottsdale and McDowell roads. It will have rotating beer taps, signature cocktails with "bitters" in the name, and a dozen small plates, including kale chips, ahi tuna, and popcorn.

Address: 1455 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale AZ 85257

Photo by: Bitters
October restaurant openings: 15 new restaurants to try in the Valley
Bitters - Bitters is a new craft beer and cocktail bar at ASU's SkySong complex near Scottsdale and McDowell roads. It will have rotating beer taps, signature cocktails with "bitters" in the name, and a dozen small plates, including kale chips, ahi tuna, and popcorn.

Address: 1455 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale AZ 85257

Photo by: Bitters
October restaurant openings: 15 new restaurants to try in the Valley
Bitters - Bitters is a new craft beer and cocktail bar at ASU's SkySong complex near Scottsdale and McDowell roads. It will have rotating beer taps, signature cocktails with "bitters" in the name, and a dozen small plates, including kale chips, ahi tuna, and popcorn.

Address: 1455 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale AZ 85257

Photo by: Bitters
October restaurant openings: 15 new restaurants to try in the Valley
Barrio Queen - The Mexican restaurant chain opened a third eatery in Desert Ridge Marketplace. The 5,700-square-foot restaurant will have seating for more than 200 people. A fourth location is planned for downtown Phoenix.

Address: 21001 N. Tatum Blvd., Phoenix AZ 85050

Photo by: Barrio Queen
October restaurant openings: 15 new restaurants to try in the Valley
Barrio Queen - The Mexican restaurant chain opened a third eatery in Desert Ridge Marketplace. The 5,700-square-foot restaurant will have seating for more than 200 people. A fourth location is planned for downtown Phoenix.

Address: 21001 N. Tatum Blvd., Phoenix AZ 85050

Photo by: Barrio Queen
October restaurant openings: 15 new restaurants to try in the Valley
Mowry and Cotton at The Phoenician - Mowry and Cotton is a modern American restaurant that replaced Il Terrazzo at The Phoenician. The dining room is open with a mix of booths and tables, private dining rooms, and an open-air patio that overlooks the pool area. Walls are accented with wood and growlers.Photo by: AWE Collective
October restaurant openings: 15 new restaurants to try in the Valley
Mowry and Cotton at The Phoenician - Mowry and Cotton is a modern American restaurant that replaced Il Terrazzo at The Phoenician. The dining room is open with a mix of booths and tables, private dining rooms, and an open-air patio that overlooks the pool area. Walls are accented with wood and growlers.Photo by: AWE Collective
October restaurant openings: 15 new restaurants to try in the Valley
Press Coffee Roasters - Press opened a 2,500-square-foot cafe at the Biltmore Center near 24th Street and Camelback Road. It has a mix of indoor and outdoor seatings and will offer coffee-tasting classes.

Address: 2390 E. Camelback Road, Phoenix AZ 85016.

Photo by: Press Coffee Roasters
October restaurant openings: 15 new restaurants to try in the Valley
Dutch Bros - The Valley coffee chain opened its first coffee shop in the West Valley. It is in Peoria near 83rd Avenue and Thunderbird.

Address: 13929 N 83rd Ave, Peoria, AZ 85381

Photo by: Dutch Bros
October restaurant openings: 15 new restaurants to try in the Valley
Over Easy - The breakfast and lunch restaurant opened its fifth location within the Biltmore area. Over Easy's newest location is at the Biltmore Center office building near 24th Street and Camelback Road.

Address: 2398 E Camelback Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85016

Photo by: Over Easy
October restaurant openings: 15 new restaurants to try in the Valley
Bobby Q - Valley restauranteur Bob Sikora brought his barbecue concept to Central Phoenix in October. Bobby Q's third location opened at the Biltmore Plaza near 32nd Street and Camelback Road.

Address: 3154 E Camelback Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85016

Photo by: Bobby Q
October restaurant openings: 15 new restaurants to try in the Valley
Snooze, an A.M. eatery, opened its fifth Valley location in Ahwatukee. The Colorado-based restaurant can be found within the Ahwatukee Foothills Towne Center near Interstate 10 and Ray Road.

Address: 4901 E Ray Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85044

Photo by: George Lane Photography
October restaurant openings: 15 new restaurants to try in the Valley
Snooze, an A.M. eatery, opened its fifth Valley location in Ahwatukee. The Colorado-based restaurant can be found within the Ahwatukee Foothills Towne Center near Interstate 10 and Ray Road.

Address: 4901 E Ray Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85044

Photo by: Debby Wolvos Photography
October restaurant openings: 15 new restaurants to try in the Valley
Barro's Pizza - The Phoenix-based pizza concept has more than 30 restaurants around the Valley. In October, the chain's 39th restaurant opened in North Phoenix near Dove Valley Road and Interstate 17.

Address: 2750 W Dove Valley Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85085

Photo by: Barro's Pizza
October restaurant openings: 15 new restaurants to try in the Valley
Barro's Pizza - The Phoenix-based pizza concept has more than 30 restaurants around the Valley. In October, the chain's 39th restaurant opened in North Phoenix near Dove Valley Road and Interstate 17.

Address: 2750 W Dove Valley Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85085

Photo by: Barro's Pizza
October restaurant openings: 15 new restaurants to try in the Valley
Good Bad Ugly Brewing Co. - The microbrewery in Glendale held its grand opening celebration in October. It is located within Tavern + Bowl, which opened in April, at Westgate Entertainment District.

Address: 6770 N Sunrise Blvd., Glendale, AZ 85305

Photo by: Tac Coluccio, Good Bad Ugly Brewing Co.
October restaurant openings: 15 new restaurants to try in the Valley
Good Bad Ugly Brewing Co. - the microbrewery in Glendale held its grand opening celebration in October. It is located within Tavern + Bowl, which opened in April, at Westgate Entertainment District.

Address: 6770 N Sunrise Blvd., Glendale, AZ 85305

Photo by: Tac Coluccio
October restaurant openings: 15 new restaurants to try in the Valley
Sauce Pizza & Wine opened its 10th and largest restaurant in Queen Creek in October. The Italian fast-casual eatery serves pizza, housemade pasta, and salads. The 3,600-square-foot restaurant is within the Queen Creek Marketplace near Rittenhouse and Ellsworth roads.

Address: 20491 E. Rittenhouse Road, Queen Creek AZ 85142

Photo by: Sauce Pizza & Wine
October restaurant openings: 15 new restaurants to try in the Valley
Sauce Pizza & Wine opened its 10th and largest restaurant in Queen Creek in October. The Italian fast-casual eatery serves pizza, housemade pasta and salads. The 3,600-square-foot restaurant is within the Queen Creek Marketplace near Rittenhouse and Ellsworth roads.

Address: 20491 E. Rittenhouse Road, Queen Creek AZ 85142

Photo by: Sauce Pizza & Wine
October restaurant openings: 15 new restaurants to try in the Valley
Ahipoki - The local poke chain has expanded rapidly since opening in Scottsdale. Locations have opened in Chandler, central Phoenix, downtown Phoenix, and now Gilbert. Poke is a Hawaiian-based dish that involves rice or salad that is topped with raw fish.

Address: 3051 South Market Street Gilbert, Arizona 85295

Photo by: Ahipoki
October restaurant openings: 15 new restaurants to try in the Valley
Woody's Macayo - After closing its iconic Mayan-temple restaurant in central Phoenix, Macayo's revealed it would open a smaller restaurant nearby. Woody's Macayo opened in the old "Fez" space. The roughly 2,000-square-foot restaurant has booth and table seating inside, a bar, and patio seating that overlooks Central Avenue. It also has new menu items that will differ from its other locations -- new salads, sandwiches and a burger (just in case you're not feeling Mexican food one day).

Address: 3815 N. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85012

Photo by: Josh Frigerio, ABC15
October restaurant openings: 15 new restaurants to try in the Valley
Woody's Macayo - After closing its iconic Mayan-temple restaurant in central Phoenix, Macayo's revealed it would open a smaller restaurant nearby. Woody's Macayo opened in the old "Fez" space. The roughly 2,000squaree-foot restaurant has booth and table seating inside, a bar, and patio seating that overlooks Central Avenue. It also has new menu items that will differ from its other locations -- new salads, sandwiches and a burger (just in case you're not feeling Mexican food one day).

Address: 3815 N. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85012.

Photo by: Josh Frigerio, ABC15
October restaurant openings: 15 new restaurants to try in the Valley
Woody's Macayo - After closing its iconic Mayan-temple restaurant in central Phoenix, Macayo's revealed it would open a smaller restaurant nearby. Woody's Macayo opened in the old "Fez" space. The roughly 2,000-square-foot restaurant has booth and table seating inside, a bar, and patio seating that overlooks Central Avenue. It also has new menu items that will differ from its other locations -- new salads, sandwiches and a burger (just in case you're not feeling Mexican food one day).

Address: 3815 N. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85012.

Photo by: Josh Frigerio, ABC15
October restaurant openings: 15 new restaurants to try in the Valley
Woody's Macayo - After closing its iconic Mayan-temple restaurant in central Phoenix, Macayo's revealed it would open a smaller restaurant nearby. Woody's Macayo opened in the old Fez space. The roughly 2,000-square-foot restaurant has booth and table seating inside, a bar, and patio seating that overlooks Central Avenue. It also has new menu items that will differ from its other locations -- new salads, sandwiches and a burger (just in case you're not feeling Mexican food one day).

Address: 3815 N. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85012.

Photo by: Josh Frigerio, ABC15