After three decades of operation, the Tempe House of Tricks restaurant is closing. Owners Bob and Robin Trick announced on Facebook his intention to retire.
“Knowing what House of Tricks means to us and to so many people in our community has made this decision particularly difficult,” the couple said in the announcement. “It’s always difficult to leave a company that you love and that has been such a part of our life and yours for over three decades.”
However, fans still have a few months to enjoy the restaurant, which will remain open for happy hour and dinner until June 2022.
the announcement follows the sale of the building on December 15 according to the restaurant’s website.
It was “a calming alternative to frenzied crowds”
Located on Seventh Street, one block from the busy intersection of Mill Avenue and University Drive, House of Tricks is a converted bungalow surrounded by a patio filled with greenery.
The restaurant is known for its happy hour menu, often enjoyed by patrons enjoying the outdoor patio. The restaurant calls its happy hour “quiet hours” which provide “a calming alternative to frenzied crowds,” the website says.
For the past 34 years, it has been a popular hangout for the community with a gourmet menu featuring a wide range of protein, including smoked salmon, spicy mussels, seared scallops, duck and chicken. Cornwall and decadent desserts like salted caramel. apple bread pudding.
Just off the bustling Mill Avenue corridor, House of Tricks was a place to slow down, sip a personalized wine tasting and enjoy a meal, and the experience that patrons can continue to enjoy until the final closure. restaurant in June 2022.
Details: 114 E. Seventh Street, Tempe. 480-968-1114, houseoftricks.com.
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This article originally appeared on Arizona Republic: Tempe’s House of Tricks restaurant closes after 34 years