Toca Madera is described on its website as "a modern take on traditional Mexican cuisine, featuring unique shared plates and specialty craft cocktails."
Unlike its restaurant in Los Angeles, the Scottsdale restaurant will occupy 8,000 square feet, have an open kitchen (a first for the concept), and a ceviche bar that will operate like a sushi bar, said Elinoelle Senina, the group's media contact, in an email.
Senina said the restaurant will have a separate bar and lounge, and that guests can expect "a lively and high-energy atmosphere with a DJ and all of the fire elements and theatrics you can expect from Toca Madera in L.A."
The menu is divided into six sections: ensaladas (salads), platos pequenos ("small plates"), platos grandes ("large plates"), raw bar, sides and desserts, according to a menu posted on its website.
Small plates include empanadas, tamales, tostadas and Queso Fundito. Larger plates include enchilada de Mole, enchilada de suiza, carne asada, and at least ten taco varieties.
One of their signature desserts is a Churro ice cream sandwich, which is filled with dulce de leche ice cream and topped with spiced Mexican chocolate shavings.
Pricing varies between $10 - $18 for small plates, $20 - $45 for large plates, and $11 - $15 for taco dishes. The churro dessert is $14.
The restaurant is not expected to open until spring 2019.