Daggwood Café reopens on North Stone Avenue

2014-04-15T11:42:00Z 2014-09-22T19:04:42Z Daggwood Café reopens on North Stone AvenueGerald M. Gay Arizona Daily Star
April 15, 2014 11:42 am  • 

The Daggwood Café has reopened its doors at its new location, 1800 N. Stone Ave.

After disputes with their previous landlord, owners Coral and Patrick Hendon moved the eatery from its old spot at 736 E. Fort Lowell Road to its new location last summer.

But they couldn't launch until they raised some extra cash for things like a cooler, a general liability policy, and other modifications required by the health department.

Coral's brother stepped in with the appropriate funding after the Hendons attempted and failed to raise the money through a Kickstarter campaign in December.

The restaurant is now open 10:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Mondays-Saturdays with a menu that includes a full-range of sandwiches and salads.

Find out more about the new Daggwood Café here.

Sandwich shop finally gets the funding to open its doors.

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