‘Neighborhood Roots’ web extra: Kaiserworks

The restaurants in the Garfield Historic District in Phoenix are partially responsible for the real estate rush happening there. But it also may have something to do with the style of houses. Christoph Kaiser, who helped design Welcome Diner, lives in the neighborhood, and agreed to give us a tour.

The rest of the episode “Neighborhood Roots,” exploring restaurants that are bringing a foodie scene to life in Garfield, is available online and via the PBS app.

See more from season two of “Plate & Pour.”

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