6 new businesses coming to Chandler

Here are six businesses coming soon in Chandler. (Community Impact Newspaper)
Here are six businesses coming soon in Chandler. (Community Impact Newspaper)

Here are six businesses coming soon in Chandler. (Community Impact Newspaper)

Here are six businesses coming soon to Chandler:

  • Cooper's Hawk Winery & Restaurants is opening its Chandler location Sept. 27. The restaurant and wine bar is located near Chandler Fashion Center at 3325 W. Chandler Blvd., Chandler. 480-936-7711. https://chwinery.com/

  • Downtown Chandler will get a new business this fall when d'Vine Gourmet opens its store in the space previously occupied by Sibley's West. d'Vine Gourmet will open the location at 72 S. San Marcos Place, Chandler, in late September. 480-275-5320. https://stores.dvinegourmet.com

  • Now Financial is planning to open a Chandler office Sept. 30 at 2450 S. Gilbert Road. The business offers a variety of financial planning services. 480-245-6829. www.nowfinancialaz.com

  • Andretti Indoor Karting & Games, a go-karting and arcade facility, is planning to open a Chandler location. The company purchased a little more than 10 acres on the southwest corner of Cooper Road and the Loop 202 freeway in August. An opening date is not yet known. https://andrettikarting.com/

  • Crave Chandler, a business planning to have multiple "concept" restaurants within the building, secured 2.2 acres of Chandler land in August at the southeast corner of Cooper Road and Yeager Drive. According to documents submitted to the city of Chandler, the business will be a "ghost kitchen" concept. It is not yet known when the business will open.

  • Bap and Chicken will open in Chandler, though an exact opening date is not yet known. The restaurant will be at 960 N. 54th Street, Chandler—occupying the space that used to be held by Habit Burger Grill. The restaurant specializes in Korean food. www.bapandchicken.com



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