Cotton & Copper

Not all chefs get their ingredients from farms and gardens. Chef Tamara Stanger of Tempe’s Cotton & Copper forages for some of them in Arizona’s desert. She explains that Arizona has one of the best ecosystems containing unique ingredients and she’ll show them to you. Proprietor Sean Traynor sold his own home to fund this local pub. He also explains how he acquired some decorative touches dating back to the past century.

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Restaurant address: 1006 E Warner Rd #113, Tempe, AZ

Phone number: (480) 629-4270

Website: cottonandcopperaz.com

Cuisine(s): American

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