Chandler, AZ

Fun New Restaurant Opening in Downtown

Greyson F
A new dinner option is coming your way.Marco Guerreo/Unsplash

A new indoor/outdoor dining experience has made its way to Chandler. Perfect for date nights or even dinner with the kids, Recreo looks to satisfy hunger while putting a smile on faces. 

The restaurant, located at 28 South San Marcos Pl in Chandler features plenty of indoor and outdoor patio space for patrons to enjoy themselves. And the main attraction is the swing seats. These are actual, workable swings that work as seats for the table. It takes the concept of the swivel chair to an entirely different level. 

As for the food, the menu serves up an eclectic mix of items, so there’s sure to be something for everyone. The pulled pork sliders are bite-sized, making it perfect for any appetite size. Add in a number of ornate pasta dishes, plus decorative salads, fried zucchini, and a fresh take on tacos, and guests will have something they not only enjoy but will bring them back for more. The full-service bar will also be on hand to make an assortment of classic and signature cocktails, although the signature cocktail menu has not yet been released (the entire menu isn’t available either, so guests will need to go both hungry and a little curious, as it’s not yet possible to look up the menu and see everything that’s available). Hours of operation have not yet been announced yet, although with the official opening coming soon, that information should be made available in the coming days.

The restaurant itself is located right in the heart of downtown Chandler. It is a stone’s throw from the San Marcos Golf Course and it is right across the street from Chandler Park. So for anyone who is out downtown during the evening and wants to grab something to eat, the restaurant is right in the thick of it. It also promises to offer up larger portions, and the drinks are served in fun, festive glasses, ranging from ceramic cactuses to metal moai’ statue heads (think Easter Island statue heads). 

The patio area is fully enclosed, and it is on the back end of the building, so street noise will be at a minimum. Plus, the brick walls around the patio help keep the outside sound from getting in, which will help maintain the garden vibe that’s going on in the space. Because sometimes it’s nice to eat without the sound of metro Phoenix traffic driving past. 

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