CLOSED: Poblano in Central Phoenix

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Poblano, the casual Mexican eatery in Central Phoenix, has shuttered.

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Owned by Isamary Diaz and daughter Vanessa, who also operate three Armando's fast-food Mexican spots in the Valley, Poblano opened in a standalone building at 3317 North 19th Avenue (19th Avenue and Osborn Road) in late 2011.

The sit-down restaurant, which also sported a drive-through, featured food from Mexico City, Puebla, and Oaxaca.

Dishes included standard eats like tacos, enchiladas, and burritos as well as entrees like a poblano pepper stuffed with veggies, cheese, or ground beef and a quesadilla sampler featuring spicy peppers, shredded chicken, zucchini flowers, and huitlacoche.

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Location Info

Poblano - CLOSED

3317 N. 19th Ave. Phoenix, AZ, Phoenix, AZ

Category: Restaurant


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Dapper Gatsby
Dapper Gatsby

they sure tried to be en minute but the food was almost always so old & past its prime

bmcphx
bmcphx

nothing like finding out a place existed, and closed, at the same time.

Sherry Giannini
Sherry Giannini

I liked Poblanos....but I guess being right across the street from La Pinata was not good for business!

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